WW1 DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT MEDAL (DCM) & 1914 MONS STAR TRIO, 7th DIVISION R.F.A
GVR 1st type WW1 Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) & 1914 Star trio with original August to November 1914 clasp
James Pemberton first landed in France 6-10-1914 serving with the 7th Division of the Royal Field Artillery. He was awarded the DCM for services in France in the London gazette 5-8-1915 with the following citation.
For gallant conduct & ability from 16th to 21st May 1915 during the battle of Festubert. This N.C.O was in charge of headquarters R.A. Signals. Owing to his conspicuous energy, and resource, communications throughout the battle were well maintained. For three days & nights he was constantly out repairing wires frequently under heavy fire.
Lightly polished GVF/VF & Mounted as worn. Complete with the original type written citation & Rawlinson's message to the 7th division from December 1914. Along with MIC & London gazette details. The recipients M.I.C gives a home address in Bradford Moor, Bradford, York's The Victory medal has a small M.I.D Oakleaf cluster on the ribbon and is very much as worn. However I can find no trace of the recipient having been awarded any M.I.D.