A Great War Pair, Three times Wounded awarded to Gunner Robert Mather 194 Siege Battery Royal garrison Artillery, comprising 1914-1920 British War and Victory Medals, (123593 Gnr. R. Mather. R.A.), toned very fine
Robert Mather was born in Tynemouth Northumberland on the 4th of August 1890, on enlistment he was a park’s Superintendent Gardner he was Wounded, gassed by a shell on the 6th of August 1917 being treated for 1 day at the 31st Ambulance Train. Then he is noted as Gun Shot Wound 31st of August 1917 and then again wounded on the 9th of September 1918.
Sold with copied Medal Index Card, Copied Hospital entry for 6 August 17 and copied War Office Daily Wounded information for the two further wounds.