Jack Shortt of Killoughter

Service Medal

The Service (1917-1921) Medal without Bar was awarded to persons whose service was not deemed active military service, but who were members of Oglaigh na hÉireann, (Irish Republican Army), Fianna Éireann, Cumann na mBan or the Irish Citizen Army continuously for the three months which ended with the Anglo-Irish Truce of the 11th July, 1921. Awarded to Jack Shortt.

Presented  by Jack Shortt’s son, Peadar Shortt at the  Wicklow Life 1916 Public Collections Day 

Photo:1917-1921 Service Medal (Front)

1917-1921 Service Medal (Front)

Wicklow Co. Co.

Photo:1917-1921 Service Medal (Rear)

1917-1921 Service Medal (Rear)

Wicklow Co. Co.

Photo:Jack Shortt in later life

Jack Shortt in later life

Peadar Shortt

Photo:Medal being worn by Peadar Shortt

Medal being worn by Peadar Shortt

Wicklow Co. Co.

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