FIRST WORLD WAR MYSTERY



Valley resident David Goldsmith  shares the story of how his grandfathers First World War service resulted in the wrong initial on the headstone at his gravesite. Pictured here is the War Medal presented by King George V that Mr. Goldsmiths grandfather received for fighting on behalf of Britain and the accompanying  documentation indicating who the medal was awarded to. Photo by Nicole Trigg
Valley resident David Goldsmith shares the story of how his grandfathers First World War service resulted in the wrong initial on the headstone at his gravesite. Pictured here is the War Medal presented by King George V that Mr. Goldsmiths grandfather received for fighting on behalf of Britain and the accompanying documentation indicating who the medal was awarded to. Photo by Nicole Trigg

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