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Distinguished Flying Cross (GV1R) second type award 1947-52 officially dated 1951
Albert Medal for Land Colliery Manager, for his gallantry in rescuing five trapped Welsh miners at the Tynewydd Colliery after a nine days in April 1877. A rescue so gallant as to lead to the institution of the Medal for Land
Colonial Police Medal for Gallantry, GVI, 1st issue, to Sub-Inspr. Ceylon Police L.G. 15/6/1945
British Empire Medal, GV1 Government Pilot Boat, Bermuda for the rescue of 2 of the 4 survivors of a DC4 airliner which crashed in Bermuda waters
D.S.M. (GV1) group P.O. Telegraphist fine submarines award H.M.S. Unswerving for war patrols in the Aegean, March – October 1944, during which time she accounted for the sinking of 7 vessels
Military Medal, Crowned Head pair North West Frontier 1935.Duke of Wellington’s Regiment/K.O.Y.L.I. wounded and decorated for the capture of a ridge at Dand Banda 23/8/1935
Crimea D.C.M. group with Balaklava, 11 Hussars. Whilst not a ‘Charger’ was one of 2 orderlies to Dr St. Croix attd 11th Hussars, at Balaklava, both of who received the D.C.M.
Military Cross (GV) and second bar award, 2/Lieut./Capt. 2nd London Regiment with 1914/15 trio and 2 fine citations also wounded
Indian Police for Distinguished Conduct (GV1) awarded under reg d(1) An award for Gallantry for the disarming after a severe struggle a Muslim fanatic armed with a sword. A particularly rare gallantry award
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