WWI D.C.M. GROUP OF 8 MEDALS TO SJT. A.W. BRAY. M.M.P.
*** SOLD *** Distinguished Conduct Medal George V to 615 Sjt. A.W. Bray. M.M.P.; Queen's South Africa Medal with Cape Colony, Paardeberg, Driefontein and Transvaal clasps to 4094 Pte. A. Bray, 10th Hussars.; King's South Africa Medal with South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 clasps to 4094 Corpl. A. Bray, 10th Hussars.; 1914 Star & Bar to 615 Sjt. A.W. Bray. M.M.P.; WWI War & Victory Medals with M.I.D. Oak Leaf to 615 T. W. O. CL. 2. A. W. Bray. M.M.P.; WWII Defence Medal; Long Service & Good Conduct Medal George V to 615 Sjt. A.W. Bray. M.M.P.
D.C.M. Gazetted 13 Feb 1917: "For conspicuous devotion to duty. He has performed consistent good work throughout the campaign, and has at all times set a splendid example." M.I.D. Gazetted 31 Dec 1915 Alfred William Bray was born in Salisbury, Wilstshire in 1881 and enlisted with the 10th Hussars and served in South Africa from 6 Nov 1899 to 23 May 1900 and again from 23 Feb 1901 to 21 Sep 1902, transferring to the 7th Hussars and the Military Mounted Police on 1 Oct 1904, serving in Egypt before the outbreak of WWI when posted to France on 13 Aug 1914.