WW1 1914 star, Victory medal and death plaque. West Yorkshire Regiment
Star named 3-8605 Pte J S Scott. (James Stanley) 1/W Yorks Regt. Victory ditto to W. York. Regt.
Pte Scott entered France on 24.Sept 1914. Died of wounds 12th Feb 1916.
'Stanley Scott died of wounds in a field hospital and is buried in Lissenthoek Military Cemetery in Belgium. His Regiment & Battalion were part of the 18th Brigade attached to the 6th Division. He had enlisted in Jarrow. Born in Hebburn in 1894, son of James & Eliza Scott of 12 Maple Street Jarrow, he always used the name Stanley not James. He is commemorated on the Palmer Cenotaph Jarrow and on the Triptych in St. Paul's Church Jarrow'. (wartimememories.co.uk)
The medals are in tarnished original condition and are supplied with 2 small lengths of original ribbon. Also supplied a with small religious medal which accompanied the medals.