Other Ranks Photos (N – Z)
The following photograph appears in ‘The Story of the Order of St John in the Principality of Wales’ by C.J. Parry and are reproduced here by kind permission of The Hospitaller’s Club of Wales.
48603 Pte (later Sgt) L Powell. As in the photograph below, note the wearing of the square St John Ambulance Brigade belt buckle rather than the round R.A.M.C. buckle.
48180 Pte Tim Richards also wearing the St John Ambulance Brigade belt buckle. He was awarded the Military Medal in late 1918 (London Gazette 11th January 1919). The above photograph is by kind permission of 48180 Pte Tim Richards’s Grandson, Russell Davies.
48071 Sgt/Maj William Stroud by kind permission of Pamela West, his Great Niece.
48197 Pte David Alcwyn Thomas M.M. by kind premission of his Great Grandson Gareth.
The following three photographs all appear in ‘The Story of the Order of St John in the Principality of Wales’ by C.J. Parry and are reproduced here by kind permission of The Hospitaller’s Club of Wales.
48196 LCpl / Bugler William G Thomas M.M. – note the Military Medal and four inverted chevrons worn on the right forearm (awarded for years of overseas service).
The photograph above is with kind permission of 48074 Cpl Walter Trigg’s great nephew, John Trigg and shows Cpl Trigg with his wife Maud and Mother and Father (John and Hannah).
The above photograph of 48606 Pte Cledwyn P Walters is by kind permission of his Great Niece Carol Winters.