Frederick V Trickey had extensive service with the Victorian Colonial military prior to 18 months service in South Africa. His World War One service included Gallipoli and Western Front with 8th Infantry Battalion AIF. He served in World War Two but did not proceed overseas. Major Frederick C Truckey had pre-war service with 8th Light Horse and Australian Army Instructional Corps; then during World War Two he served with 2/8th Armoured Regiment AIF. Following the war, he joined the Australian Regular Army and served in Korea. Graham M Trickey served with the Royal Australian Air Force in World War Two serving in the South Pacific area.
Framed display board with perspex cover sheet containing medals of Frederick Victor Trickey and his two sons Frederick C Trickey and Graham M Trickey. F V Trickey set: Queens South Africian Medal with clasps South Africa 1902 and Transvaal; 14-15 Star, British War Medal 1914-1918 and Victory Medal; British War Medal 39-45 and Australian Service Medal 39-45; also Gallipoli medallion. F C Trickey set: 39-45 Star, Pacific Star, British War Medal 39-45, Australian Service Medal 39-45, Korea Medal and Coronation Medal. G M Trickey set: 39-45 Star, Pacific Star, British War Medal 39-45 and Australian Service Medal 39-45.