Pair: China War Medal 1900; Royal Naval Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (GVR with swivelling suspender). F.W.Naylor, A.B., N.S.Wales Nav. Contgt. on first medal, A.B. F.Naylor on second medal. Both medals impressed. Polished and some contact marks on second medal, otherwise very fine.
Able Seaman F.W.Naylor; Emb.08Aug1900 on SS Salamis; RTA 25Apr1901 on SS Chingtu.
On Saturday 17 May 1913 Sir George King Hall, Admiral Commanding-in-Chief, presented medals for volunteer officers' decoration and also long service and good conduct at a ceremony held on a dais under the lee of the figurehead of the century-old Nelson, the first ship of Australia's navy, flanked by a guard of smart young Australians serving under the universal training system. One of the recipients presented with a long service and good conduct medal was Able Seaman F.W.Naylor of the NSW Naval Brigade.
In May 1915 members of the Naval Comrades Association were invited to attend the funeral of F.W.Naylor (ex Secretary of the Association) to be held at Sutherland Cemetery.