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Certificate - Disabled, Private Edward Barrasford, Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment, 16 Jan 1919 Document Reg. No: ST 040352

Disabled certificate, World War I. Awarded to Pte Edward Barrasford, service no. 69632, Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment, on the occasion of his honourable discharge on 16 January 1919.

The Queen's suffered heavy losses in several battles during World War I.
Certificate printed in black and red on off-white paper. Depicts allegorical Brittania, seated, holding a sword, shield and flag, looking at two soldiers standing in front of her. The image sits within a decorative frame, topped with the British coat of arms.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Father John Morton, 1985
Discipline: Technology

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Tagged with: world war i 1914-1918, military memorabilia, disability organisations, allegorical art, coats of arms
Themes this item is part of: Public Life & Institutions Collection
Primary Classification: MILITARY HISTORY
Secondary Classification: Service
Tertiary Classification: certificates
Inscriptions: Hand-written: '69632 Private Edward K.A. Barrasford. / The Queens' Royal West Surrey Regiment.'

Printed and hand-written: 'Served with honour and was disabiled in the Great War. / Honourably discharged on 16th January 1919 / George R.J.'
Organisation Symbolised: Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment, England, Great Britain, 16 Jan 1919
Awarded To: Private Edward Barrasford - Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment, 16 Jan 1919

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