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WWI KIA Pair to Gnr W Blezard, 34th RFA

Price £95

WWI KIA Pair to Gnr W Blezard, 34th RFA

A Great War KIA Pair awarded to Gunner William Blezard, 50th Battery, 34th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, killed in action on the 18th of March, 1916, comprising: British War and Victory Medals, 1914-19 (L-9179 Gnr. W. Blezard. R.A.); medals officially impressed, pair loose. Old cabinet tone, a few tiny scuffs to VM, otherwise extremely fine. (2). Gunner William Blezard, son of John and Susannah Blezard of No. 2. Progress Street, Darwen, Lancs, was killed in action on the 18th of March 1916, at the age of 19. He is buried in the Barlin Communal Cemetery Extension, which was used for the burial of soldiers who died at the 6th Casualty Clearing Station. Sold with copy MIC and CWGC Casualty Report.