I've posted this on a few areas of the site.
On another website I post on, I was recently contacted by the son of the younger brother of one of the soldiers I'm researching. His father was George Noel Selby-Lowndes, and he served from early in the war, being entitled to either a 1914 or 1914/15 Star and British War and Victory Medals. He served initially in the RAMC rising to Lance-Corporal, (which may be how his Star is named) before being commissioned into the Royal Army Chaplaincy Department as a Reverend/probable Captain (which may be how his BWM and VM are named).
The family believes the medals were named G.N.Selby-Lowndes, although this may be abbreviated to G.N.S.Lowndes.
The medals were in the possession of Georges eldest son until they were stolen in a burglary a number of years ago. When I said that I could help to try and track down the medals, the family gave me permission to do so.
If anyone has any information as to the current location of the medals, I would be interested to hear from you, as the family would be extremely grateful to have them returned.
With thanks in advance,