A Mesopotamia Casualty, 1914-15 Trio awarded to Private Edward Raymond Bull, 10th Field Bakery Army Service Corps who died of Acute Appendicitis on the 7th June 1917, comprising 1914-15 Star, (S4-093660. Pte. E.R. Bull. A.S.C.), 1914-1920 British War and Victory Medals, (S4-093660 Pte. E.R. Bull. A.S.C.), toned very fine.
Edward Raymond Bull was born in Islington London and enlisted into the Army Service corps in Bexley, Kent. He landed in Egypt on the 6th July 1915 as a Baker with the 10th Field Bakery which is shown as stationed in Mesopotamia during the Great War. Private Bull died of acute Appendicitis on the 7th June 1917 in Bombay. He is Remembered at the Kirkee 1914-1918 Memorial in the town of Poona on the Plateau above Bombay.
Sold with copied CWGC details, copy Medal Index card, copy copied 1914-15 Star and British War and Victory Medal Rolls and a list of locations of Field Bakeries in the Great War showing number 10 Field Bakery located in Mesopotamia.