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WW1 Military Medal to 1st Battalion Canadian Infantry (Western Ontario), Lamb, wounded.

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Military Medal, George V, bareheaded bust in Field Marshal’s uniform

impressed to : 402782 CPL- L.SJT: N.E. LAMB. 1/W. ONT: R.

GVF, dark toned.  

Norman Edward Lamb was born on 26th June 1896 in Burk’s Falls, Ontario.  He joined the CEF on 18th January 1915 having seen previous service with 27th Regiment (St. Clair Borderers).  He was in France by 15th October 1916 and he received a gun shot wound to his left hand on 7th May 1917. He was discharged on 31st May 1919 in London, Ontario. 

Service Record is now digitized and available on-line for free. Can also provide a hard copy if required for a bit more postage cost.

M.M. - L.G. 24th January 1919.