A Second World War D.S.O., and Great War O.B.E. group of seven to Reverend A.T.A. Naylor, Army Chaplain's Department,
Lot 133
A Second World War D.S.O., and Great War O.B.E. group of seven to Reverend A.T.A. Naylor, Army Chaplain's Department,
Sold for £2,880 (US$ 4,702) inc. premium

Lot Details
A Second World War D.S.O., and Great War O.B.E. group of seven to Reverend A.T.A. Naylor, Army Chaplain's Department,
Distinguished Service Order, G.VI.R., dated 1940; The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, O.B.E., 1st type, Military Division; 1914-15 Star (Rev A.T.A.Naylor. A.C.D.); British War and Victory Medal with MID Oakleaf (Rev A.T.A.Naylor); 1939-1945 Star; Defence Medal; War Medal with MID Oakleaf. With separate Dunkirk Medal. Generally very fine. (8)

Footnotes

  • D.S.O. London Gazette 11.7.1940.

    For services in action in connection with recent operations.

    O.B.E. London Gazette 1.1.1919.

    M.I.D. London Gazette 24.12.1917; 26.7.1940.

    The Reverend Alfred Thomas Arthur Naylor was born on 27th December 1889. He was educated at King Edward's High School, Birmingham; Emmanuel College and Ridley Hall, Cambridge; Deacon 1912; Priest 1913; Curate Pudsey, Leeds. Chaplain to the Forces 1914-18, served overseas from 9th December 1914 in Belgium and France. Chaplain Wemyss Castle and Wemyss Coal Co. 1920-21; C.F. Guards Chapel, Chelsea, 1921-23; R.M.A. Woolwich 1923-26; Tientsin N.China, 1926-29; Guards Depot, Caterham 1929-32; Household Calvary 1932-34; Palestine 1936; Aldershot 1934-36 and 1937-39; A.C.G. Aldershot Command 1939; Deputy Chaplain General 1941-45; M.I.D.1940; Asst Chap Gen 1941-45; He was Honorary Chaplain to the King 1945; Dean and Vicar of Battle 1946-59; Dean (Emer.) from 1959. Seq Of Netherfield 1953-59; Perm. To Offic. Dio Chich. From 1959. Address: Home Place, Whatlington, Battle, Sussex.

    Sold with various documents including photographs of Reverend Naylor's Memorial bench, table and plaque on Battle Church inside wall.
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