A 'Surrey Yeomanry' & Great War 'Memorial Plaque' Casualty Group of 3: Private Arthur Frederick Tondeur 12th (Bermondsey) Battalion East Surrey Regiment, late Surrey Yeomanry A 'Surrey Yeomanry' & Great War 'Memorial Plaque' Casualty Group of 3: Private Arthur Frederick Tondeur 12th (Bermondsey) Battalion East Surrey Regiment, late Surrey Yeomanry A 'Surrey Yeomanry' & Great War 'Memorial Plaque' Casualty Group of 3: Private Arthur Frederick Tondeur 12th (Bermondsey) Battalion East Surrey Regiment, late Surrey Yeomanry A 'Surrey Yeomanry' & Great War 'Memorial Plaque' Casualty Group of 3: Private Arthur Frederick Tondeur 12th (Bermondsey) Battalion East Surrey Regiment, late Surrey Yeomanry A 'Surrey Yeomanry' & Great War 'Memorial Plaque' Casualty Group of 3: Private Arthur Frederick Tondeur 12th (Bermondsey) Battalion East Surrey Regiment, late Surrey Yeomanry

A 'Surrey Yeomanry' & Great War 'Memorial Plaque' Casualty Group of 3: Private Arthur Frederick Tondeur 12th (Bermondsey) Battalion East Surrey Regiment, late Surrey Yeomanry

- British War Medal (2952 Pte. A. F. Tondeur. Surr Yeo.)
- Interallied Victory Medal (2952 Pte. A. F. Tondeur. Surr Yeo.)
- Memorial Plaque (Arthur Frederick Tondeur)

Killed-in-Action: Private Arthur Frederick Tondeur confirmed Killed-in-Action at France, on, 18 June 1917

Portrait: A splendid portrait photograph of the recipient in Field Service Order with slung leather bandolier & ammunition pouches, and wearing the cap badge of the Surrey Yeomanry in his Field Cap, is included in the Imperial War Museums on-line 'Live sof the Great War' repository, and from where a buyer can obtain a copy image

Medals Verification: Both Great War medal verified from the respective Great War campaign medals roll of the East Surrey Regiment (ref WO 329/1202) and the recipients full medal entitlement. The medal roll showing that the first regiment he served in when he entered theatre of war, was the Surrey Yeomanry at which time he held the regimental number, 2952. and that he subsequently transferred to the 12th Battalion East Surry Regiment in which he held the regimental number 25603

Arthur Frederick Tondeur, son of Louis Tondeur and Phoebe Ann Tondeur (nee), was a native of London. At the time of Arthur's death his parents were living at the family residence located at, 13, Courtenay Square, Kennington, London

Arthur Frederick Tondeur, son of Louis Tondeur (a Gas Stoker') & Phoebe Ann Hughes Tondeur (nee Bray) was a native of Lambeth, London, England, where he was born in 1898 (he was baptised in the parish of St. Peter, Vauxhall, London, England, on, 13 April 1898. At the time of his baptism his parents were residing at, 17 Leopold Street, from where his father was employed as a 'Labourer'. By the time of the 1911 National Census for England & Wales, Leopold , is recorded as a 'Schoolboy' living with his parents and 8 x siblings at the family home located at; 116 Upper Kennington Lane, Kennington, London

The Great War medals retaining their original long and still 'bright' silk moire ribands, as issued

See item code 21530 for the recipients brothers medals, that are being sold separately. The brothers are uniquely the only persons with the surname 'Tondeur' listed on the Great War casualty rolls maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

A scarce seen Great War casualty group with campaign medals seen named to the Surrey Yeomanry

Condition: EF

Code: 21531

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