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Interesting group of Brothers medals, consisting of a Victory medal to Robert Leo Cotterall of the Manchester Regiment, died aged 18 on 20th of April 1918, included is his MIC and Rolls plus CWGC information, also included is his brothers pair of medals, John Victor Cotterall, who was in the East Lancashire Regiment as a Sergeant, was taken prisoner late on in the war and interned in Germany till the end of the war, lots of research for this brother including his service records, also included but without any medal is research for a third brother also East Lancs Reg including his service history. Was able to find a family photo from ancestry which shows all three brothers the two older ones in uniform and Robert in a suit probably before he joined the army. A great group with a great deal of research(nearly 40 pages). 

Brothers Medals Casualty and POW, Cotterall

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