WW1 Military Medal named 322078 LCPL H STEVENS 6/LOND R, British War & Victory Medals named 4739 PTE H STEVENS 6-LOND R.
Harry Stevens born at Broadway in Dorset in 1889 and was a dairyman when he enlisted into the 6th London Regiment on the 21st July 1915 numbered 4739 and renumbered 322078. He served in France from the 13th March 1916 with the regiment and was awarded an MM LG 17th April 1917 for the action on the 20th Feb 1917 when the regiment raided the German trenches after the mines blew up on Hill 60 at Bluff Sector. He is attached to the Transportation Depot at Boulogne on the 15th April 1917 as a Head Shunter with the Royal Engineers numbered 547775 and then WR/177666. He is discharged on the 13th May 1919.