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Original message (posted by heritagelass)
Medal information: William Kenealy's medal would be the 1914/15 Star, a campaign medal awarded to all who fought in any theatre of war between August 1914 and 3 December 1915, so William's service in Gallipoli qualified. The Mons Star (1914 Star) was only awarded to those who fought between 5th August 1914 and 22nd November 1914 which was the end of the first battle of Ypres. Thus his brother Francis who was presumed killed by 7 November 1914 would qualify for the Mons Star.
 
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