A immediate post Great War November 1918 Influezna Casualty pair and plaque awarded to Private R.G. Bonfield, 12th County of London Battalion - the Rangers, London Regiment, Territorial Force, later 73rd Protection Company, Royal Defence Corps, who died at home on 19th November 1918.

Price: £225.00


Product ID: CMA/26084
Condition: Extremely Fine
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Description:

A immediate post Great War November 1918 Influezna Casualty pair and plaque awarded to Private R.G. Bonfield, 12th County of London Battalion - the Rangers, London Regiment, Territorial Force, later 73rd Protection Company, Royal Defence Corps, who died at home on 19th November 1918.

Pair and plaque: British War Medal and Victory Medal; (5484 PTE. R.G. BONFIELD. 12-LOND.R.); Memorial Plaque, named to; (ROBERT GEORGE BONFIELD)

Condition: Extremely Fine.

Robert George Bonfield saw service during the Great War as a Private (No.5494) with the 12th County of London Battalion - the Rangers, London Regiment, Territorial Force, and having seen service out on the Western Front, later transferred as a Private (No.44927) to the Royal Defence Corps for home service with the 73rd Protection Company. Bonfield was serving with this unit when he died, as a result of influenza, on 19th November 1918.

Bonfield is commemorated in Islington Cemetery and Crematorium, he having been the son of James and Ellen Bonfield, and husband of Julia Lilian Bonfield, of 61, Westbourne Road, Barnsbury, London.