Family Second Afghan War, First World War group with a good selection of original documents.
Afghan War 1877-8-9, no clasp, 32B/308 Pte. G. Rushbrook 1/12th Reg.
1914 Star, 37639 Dvr. A. Rushbrooke. R.F.A.;British War and Victory Medals, 37639 Cpl. A. Rushbrooke. R.A.
Second Afghan War medal to G Rushbrooke:
George Rushbrooke is confirmed on the medal roll as receiving the medal with no clasp.
First World War trio to A Rushbrook:
Augustus Rushbrooke was born in Stowmarket, Suffolk in 1887 and enlisted on the 29th May 1905 into the Royal Artillery, and served in 135th Battery Royal Field Artillery. Later served in 15th Battery 36th Brigade R.F.A. as a Gunner, from August 1914 to June 1918.
His Discharge certificate notes he was in receipt of one wound stripe, and his entitlement to the 1914 trio.
A Rushbrook is confirmed as entering a theatre of war on the 16th August 1914
Condition – Afghan, NVF a little polished, ww1 trio NEF