Four to Miss T.Buxton, Commandant Voluntary Aid Detachment,
1914 Star (T.Buxton. B.R.C.S. & O.St.J.J.); British War and Victory Medal with MID Oakleaf (T.Buxton. V.A.D.); Montenegro, Medal for Zeal, silver issue. Very fine or better. (4)
M.I.D. London Gazette
Miss Theresa Buxton was Commandant V.A.D. served in France from 19.10.1914 with Dame Katherine Furse, and was one of the 20 Ladies of the VAD, all the stars are named to B.R.C.S. & O.St.J.J.. There are no 14 Stars to the V.A.D.. She served at Boulogne Rest Station 1914 to Jan 1915; French Red Cross July 1915 to Sep 1916; Switzerland Chateau D'Oex April 1917; Abbeville Rest Station from 25.5.1917 to 25.11.1917; W.A.A.C. Sick Bay Calais July 1917 to Nov 1918.
After WW2 she took over the job of County Organiser for the St.John and Red Cross Hospital Libraries for Essex.