Canadian Medals (except Gallantry Medals) > WW1/WW2 Group of Four Medals to a Lieutenant, 86th Battalion, CMGC / 2nd MMGB/ Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps
WW1/WW2 Group of Four Medals to a Lieutenant, 86th Battalion, CMGC / 2nd MMGB/ Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps

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Four: Lieutenant G. C. Anderson, 86th Battalion, CMGC / 2nd MMGB/ Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps

 

British War and Victory Medals (Lieut. G. C. Anderson.); Canadian Volunteer Service Medal; War Medal 1939-45, Canadian issue in silver; together with the recipient’s two silver identity bracelets, the first inscribed ‘G. C. Anderson R.C.A.M.C.’; the second inscribed ‘Lieu. G. C. Anderson, 19th. Canadian Machine Gun Co. (Pres.)’, the reverse inscribed with the recipient’s next-of-kin ‘Miss P. C. McKay. 93 Montrose St. Winnipeg.’, George Cameron Anderson was born in Hamilton Ontario on 31st Oct 1888 and was a Medical Student when he attested in the CEF on 17th April 1916 in the 86th Machine Gun Battalion. He was a member of the 77th Wentworth Regiment Militia and possessed Certificates of instruction in Colt and Lewis Machine Guns. He served in the 86th Battalion, 19th Canadian MG Coy, 2nd Canadian MMG Brigade, CMGC and CAMC. He married Phyllis Catherine McKay on 1st October 1919 at Winnipeg and they resided together in Winnipeg. His medals indicate service in WW2 in Canada, presumably in the RCAMC. With some photocopies.