A Great War M.M. group of five awarded to Warrant Officer A. J. Le Sueur, 60th Canadian Infantry

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A Great War M.M. group of five awarded to Warrant Officer A. J. Le Sueur, 60th Canadian Infantry

Military Medal, G.V.R. (458416 L. Cpl. A. J. Le Sueur. 60/Can: Inf: Bn:); British War and Victory Medals(458416 W.O. Cl. 2 A. J. Le Sueur. 60-Can. Inf.); French Croix de Guerre; Belgian Croix de Guerre, mounted for wear, nearly extremely fine

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M.M. London Gazette 23 August 1916.

Neither Croix de Guerre appears in the London Gazette.

Arthur James Le Sueur was born in Austin, Texas, on 12 November 1888. A surveyor by trade, he had previously served in the U.S.A. Army Engineer Corps, when he attested at Montreal for the C.E.F. on 2 August 1915. He sailed from Montreal in the S.S. Scandina on 6 November 1915, and served in France with the 60th Canadian Infantry from 21 February 1916. Sold with comprehensive copied Personnel records.

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