Here you go Gary.Henry Cecil Mold,He was Royal Field Artillery(T.F.) did not serve overseas.The SWB was his only entitlement for his service in the war.I will have a look on the census for him later.
In any case, 343 Brigade, RFA (TF) was the renamed 2/4th Welsh Brigade RFA (TF). This was part of the 68th (2nd Welsh) Division, a home service, 2nd Line Territorial, division formed as a duplicate of the pre-war Welsh Division (renamed 53rd Division).
Yes its Cecil,no wonder I could'nt find Henry;From the 1901 census
Name: Percy Cicil Mold Age: 13 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1888 Relation: Son Father's Name: Thomas William Mold Mother's Name: Mary Elizth Mold Gender: Male Where born: Neithrop, Oxfordshire, England Civil parish: Neithrop Ecclesiastical parish: Banbury St Mary and Neithrop St Paul County/Island: Oxfordshire Country: England
Saturday 5th May, a few finds today, P60 ammo box, a couple of WD shoe brushes, an interesting book on the secret under ground tunnels in London and what I thought was a ammo pouch but is actually a lines man pouch, dated 1944, and based on the pattern 14 ammo pouches from WW1.
See the Kharkee link below.
Out again tomorrow,
Sunday 6th May, a few items of interest, a steel helmet, a USAF fire fighters helmet, a couple of aeronautical books on airframes, a RAF commerative plate and three prints of WW1 aircraft, with one having attached to the rear a piece of aircraft fabric, with an attached note (see photo).
Monday went to a local carshow/autojumble, nothing military, but rain put an end to it early unfortunately.
Sunday 13th May, no finds yesterday, today turned up a SRD jug, a Operation Granby t-shirt, tankers mike and head phones and an interesting 1920's map of Cawnpore, India. Does anybody know what the letters in the last photo might stand for ? and the "Gloves On" & "Gloves Off" in the key (second photo ?).
Nothing found today, but yesterday (19th May) a few finds, a book of petrol coupons, an Air Ministry G clamp and a photo, which appears to be just post war, by the medal ribbons being worn.
Also, though not military, I picked up a very nice 1800/1810 wine decanter, 200 hundred years old and it ends up at a carboot !