WW1 Medal Groups
Officer & O.R. Casualties To Brothers, Glosters & Liverpool Regiment - Named To Conibear
1914-15 Star & Allied Victory Medal 1914-19 named to
2302 PTE. S.J.CONIBEAR. GLOUC. R.
1914-15 Star & British War Medal 1914-18 named to
1950 PTE. A.CONIBEAR. GLOUC. R. on Star.
2. LIEUT. A.E.CONIBEAR. on B.W.M.
Sydney John Conibear, born St.Pauls, Bristol Killed in Action 21st July 1916 with the 1st 6th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment and is buried in the Lonsdale Cemetery.
Arthur Edward Conibear, Brother of Sydney, enlisted in the Gloucestershire Regiment, and was Commissioned into the 6th Rifle Battalion, The Kings Liverpool Regiment from Officer Cadet Units 30th May 1917.
Arthur Died of Wounds as a Lieutenant on 14th October 1917 and is Buried in Etaples Cemetery.
Their parents lived at 33 Conduit Place, Ashley Road, Bristol.
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