Military Service

Date 1914-1918

Narrative

page 157:

"Gurney, G., Private, R.A.V.C.
Volunteering in 1914, he was drafted in the same year to Egypt and Palestine, where he did valuable work in many important engagements. He afterwards proceeded to Salonika and was engaged on important duties with his unit until the close of the war. He was demobilised in April 1919 after returning home, and holds the 1914-15 Star, and the General Service and Victory Medals.
18, Banbury Street, Watford. X3354"

Transcribed by SJL; George Gurney WW1 Service gb1359-00164.jpg

NB Other Gurneys on page and on Other Gurneys WWI Service gb1359-00163.jpg

Source References

  1. National Roll of the Great War
      • Page: pg 157
      • Confidence: High
      • George Gurney: 1914-1 Star, General Service Medal, Victory Medal (colloquially known as “Pip, Squeak, and Wilfred”)

References

  1. Gurney, GEORGE