The Julian Johnson Collection

Date of Auction: 10th May 2017

Sold for £300

Estimate: £140 - £180

Four: Nurse H. M. Rogers, Voluntary Aid Detachment

1914-15 Star (H. M. Rogers, V.A.D.); British War and Victory Medals (H. M. Rogers. V.A.D.); Order of the League of Mercy, silver-gilt and enamel, on bow riband, campaign awards mounted as worn, generally nearly very fine or better (4)
£140-180

Footnote

League of Mercy London Gazette 29 December 1933 (Fulham).

Henrietta Magdalen Rogers was born in 1867, the daughter of Doctor T. L. Rogers (a Surgeon attached to Coldstream Guards during the Crimean War). She served during the Great War as a Nurse with the Voluntary Aid Detachment in the French theatre of war from 5 June 1915. She subsequently served in Salonika, and died in March 1953.