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A good WW2 Auxiliary Territorial Service and Coronation group.


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A good WW2 Auxiliary Territorial Service and Coronation group.

Defence medal; 1939-45 War medal; 1953 Coronation medal; Territorial Efficiency medal, W.14190. W.O.Cl.2 E.M. Mallard. A.T.S.; with match group of miniatures, both groups mounted as worn.

Enid Myrtle Mallard was born on the 24th August 1917 in Heanor, Derbyshire, the daughter of F J Mallard a Police Constable.

By the 1939 census Enid was living in Beeston, Nottingham employed as a shop assistant and a member of the 10th Derby Auxiliary Territorial Service.

After basic training Enid was posted to the Ack Ack gun sites and served throughout the country.  At the end of the War she was demobilised and returned to civil street.  But she soon re-enlist being awarded her TEM on the 13th October 1948., in 1949 she ws embodied in the Women’s Royal Army Corps (WRAC).  She was then posted to B.A>O.R. where she was employed with the military train services and travelled all over Germany.

He coronation medal is confirmed on the medal roll.

By 1954 Enid was serving as Regimental Sergeant Major with 54  A.A. Regiment Royal Artillery, Windmill Hill, Gibraltar.

Enid married on the 30th January 1960 in Ilkeston, Derby.

Her husband, Clifford died in 1983, and Enid died on the 13th December 1997.With a group photo of Enid, Condition – NEF