1914 Mons Star to – Oswald G Jacques KIA Royal Field Artilley

First World War 1914 Mons Star named to:

60692 Cpl O G Jacques R F A

27th Battery, 32nd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery

With copy MIC and Commonwealth War Graves Commission Certificate

Son of Henry and Jane Jacques, of Beadvile, Michel, British Columbia, Canada. Born in Doncaster, UK.

Oswald George Jacques was 26 years old when he was killed.

Entered France 23rd August 1914

Killed 14th September 1914

Buried at the small cemetery at Ligny-en-Cambresis, 12 kilometres south east of Cambrai. One of only 40 graves of which only 19 are named. The Communal Cemetery was used by the Germans; but the German graves have now been removed. There are now 40, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these, over half are unidentified.

A1 Condition

On sale at http://www.medals4heroes.co.uk


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