Groups to the Gibbs Brothers, one who was Killed with the Royal Berkshire Regiment and the other with the Grenadier Guards who was awarded the Military Medal whilst serving with the Welsh Guards.

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Groups to the Gibbs Brothers, one who was Killed with the Royal Berkshire Regiment and the other with the Grenadier Guards who was awarded the Military Medal whilst serving with the Welsh Guards.

Private P. Gibbs, Royal Berkshire Regiment. 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal all named to 11052 Private P. Gibbs, Royal Berkshire Regiment. Memorial Plaque named to Percy Gibbs. Private Percy Gibbs, killed in action on 6th March 1916 whilst serving with the 5th Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment, the son of Martha Gibbs of 72 Chippenham Mews, Harrow Road, London and is remembered on the Loos Memorial.

Private E.J. Gibbs, Grenadier Guards, entitled to a Military Medal whilst serving with the Welsh Guards. 1914 Star named to 15998 Private E.J. Gibbs, 1st Battalion, Grenadier Guards. British War Medal and Victory Medal both named to 15998 Sergeant E.J. Gibbs, Grenadier Guards. Memorial Plaque named to Ernest John Gibbs. Sergeant Ernest John Gibbs, Prince of Wales Company, 1st Battalion, Welsh Guards, died of wounds on 30th June 1916, the son of Francis and Martha Gibbs of 72 Chippenham Mews, Harrow Road, London and is buried at Ferme Oliver Cemetery. His MM is confirmed on the CWGC website.