Victory Medal awarded to Private A.E. Neads, 4th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment, Territorial Force, formerly Somerset Light Infantry, who was serving out on the Western Front when he was gassed on 14th March 1918, and having recovered from this,...

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Victory Medal awarded to Private A.E. Neads, 4th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment, Territorial Force, formerly Somerset Light Infantry, who was serving out on the Western Front when he was gassed on 14th March 1918, and having recovered from this, returned to the front and subsequently died of wounds on 5th September 1918.

Victory Medal; (26663 PTE. A.E. NEADS. SOM. L.I.)

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Arthur Edward Neads was born and lived in Clevedon, Somerset, and having enlisted at Taunton, then saw service during the Great War as a Private (No.26663) with the Somerset Light Infantry, and later as a Private (No.45530) with the 4th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment, Territorial Force, with whom he was serving out on the Western Front when he was gassed on 14th March 1918, and having recovered from this, returned to the front and subsequently died of wounds on 5th September 1918. Neads is buried in Bad-du-Sud British Cemetery, Bailleulval. Additionally entitled to the British War Medal.