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Electronic file for UDC Cross of Military Service


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Admiral James O. Richardson (Texas);  CMS, Span-Am War #39, Philippine Insurrection #71, WWI #66  confirmed on box of issue and with UDC roster  Military Show Montgomery, AL

LTC (Dr.) Myron Shelby Jared (Missouri); CMS WWII # 4294 presented by Washington State UDC Chapter Robert E. Lee  Estate and UDC roster

Dan H. Ligon (North Carolina); CMS WWII #3370 UDC roster ebay

Joseph W. Daniel Jr. (Virginia); CMS Korean War #181 presented by North Carolina UDC Chapter Stonewall Jackson 220 UDC roster ebay

SGT Embree Bennette White III (Virginia); CMS Vietnam War #60  Served as LRRP  Estate sell on ebay

SPC Shelby Lee Kelso (Georgia); CMS Global War on Terror (Afghanistan)  #107 presented by Georgia UDC Chapter Lizzie Rutherford 60  Son's  

 

 

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And one more:

Civil War Confederate medal grouping consisting of Southern Cross of Honor by White Head & Hoag and is the button or lapel variety. 2) Cross of Military Service awarded by the United Daughters of the Confederacy and is named to the reverse E. C. Perdue and is manufactured by Medallic Art Co.of New York and is numbered 678 to the reverse. Private Perdue enlisted on 4/1/1862. On 4/1/1862 he mustered into "I" Co. TX 32nd Cavalry. Original silk ribbon is very frail but both medals are otherwise excellent

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emccomas
On 1/28/2021 at 2:11 AM, sampo said:

And one more:

Civil War Confederate medal grouping consisting of Southern Cross of Honor by White Head & Hoag and is the button or lapel variety. 2) Cross of Military Service awarded by the United Daughters of the Confederacy and is named to the reverse E. C. Perdue and is manufactured by Medallic Art Co.of New York and is numbered 678 to the reverse. Private Perdue enlisted on 4/1/1862. On 4/1/1862 he mustered into "I" Co. TX 32nd Cavalry. Original silk ribbon is very frail but both medals are otherwise excellent

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What war / conflicy is the Cross of Military Service for.  WWI, WWII. Korean War, Vietnam War

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Hello emccomas,

I understand, it is for the first world war. Here a picture with the ribbon, hope this helps:

 

Confederate medal.jpg

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Hi again,

 

It is for WW1 if I interpreted the ribbon correctly.

 

Take care

Sampo

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