Lloyd's Medal for Meritorious Services

 

Lloyd's Medal for Meritorious Services was created in 1893, to be awarded to those who by their endeavours averted damage to, or loss of, vessels and their cargoes.

The medal was at first issued in bronze, 1893-1900; then in silver only, 1900-17; and finally, from 1917, in silver and bronze.

The following members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service have been awarded the Lloyd’s Medal for Meritorious Service in silver and bronze.

Lloyd's Medal for Meritorious Services

Lloyd's Medal for Meritorious Services

Lloyd's Medal for Meritorious Services was created in 1893, to be awarded to those who by their endeavours averted damage to, or loss of, vessels and their cargoes.

The medal was at first issued in bronze, 1893-1900; then in silver only, 1900-17; and finally, from 1917, in silver and bronze.

The following members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service have been awarded the Lloyd’s Medal for Meritorious Service in silver and bronze.

 

Lloyd’s Medal for Meritorious Service in silver

1916 - Captain Thomas FAIRFIELD, R.F.A.
1917 - Captain Frederick Hanbury GETHING, R.F.A.
1917 - Captain Maurice William MacKAY, R.F.A.
1918 - Captain Arnold Sadler HAWKER, R.F.A.
1918 - Chief Engineer Officer William SNOWDON, R.F.A.
1918 - Second Engineer Officer Edwin Percy BAMFORD, R.F.A.

 

Lloyd’s Medal for Meritorious Service in bronze

1918 - Fourth Engineer Officer A. W. McCULLUM, R.F.A.

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