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EATON, Roland Wynne. 441, Private.  Roland Wynne Eaton served in France from 1st June 1915. He started his service as a Private in King Edward's Horse and was commissioned into the Royal Garrison Artillery as a 2nd Lieutenant on 6 July 1916. Address given as 41 North John Street, Liverpool.  Military Cross engraved to Lieutenant R. W. Eaton announced in the London Gazette 01.01.1919.  Died 29 December 1957.  (Reference - Dixons Medals, dixonmedals.co.uk, 2018).

EDWARDS, H. 779, Corporal.  Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 2 clasps, Cape Colony, South Africa 1902 (7618 Private., Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.); 1914-15 Star (779 Private., King Edward's Horse); British War and Victory Medals (779 Cpl., King Edward's Horse) (Reference - Dixon Noonan Webb Auctioneers, UK, 2015).