Army of India clasp Ava, General Patrick Cameron, (Lieutenant Colonel on medal) commanding 1st. Lt. Cavalry. Of a staunch Jacobite line. His G.Grandfather, Donald Cameron, 4th Laird of Clunes, ‘Old Clunes of The 45’ was wounded at Culloden and accompanied Bonnie Prince Charlie into exile. His grandfather, Allan Cameron, The Younger of Clunes, was killed at Prestonpans in the 45
Officers Waterloo, 1st Life Guards. Quartermaster. Having received his commission from Corporal Major (R.S.M.) served at Waterloo being the only one of the 6 Q.M.s. of the 1st & 2nd Lifeguards to remain unscathed by the evening with 4 being killed and 1 wounded. The 1st Lifeguards had been led in 11 separate charges by their severely wounded Colonel Ferrier. Ferrier being killed and all remaining officers casualty or unhorsed the final charge was led by a Quartermaster who almost immediately fell wounded
D.S.M. & Shipping Federation Meritorious Service Medal (for the same action) group to a young Apprentice for a fine single date action 27 Feb 1917 in a gun duel with a German submarine. He saw Second War service and as convoy Commodore of Convoy AN27 survived the loss of his ship off Crete
Egypt 1885 D.C.M. ,group of five awarded to Regimental Sergeant-Major, 10th Hussars, & Honorary Captain and Riding Master, 6th Dragoon Guards, for gallantry and coolness under firewhilst attached to the Light Camel Regiment at Abu Klea, 16 February 1885 (action at the wells the day prior to the battle); his D.C.M. was personally presented by Queen Victoria at Windsor Castle
Royal Red Cross 1st Class Victoria, to the A.N.S. one of two awards for services during the Sudan Campaign of 1898 and being one of only a total of seven nurses present 1895-99. Originally forwarded for the Khedives Sudan, three including the recipient with clasp but later all considered not to have met the criteria. Together with the Order of St. John this awarded for services in the Boer War. One of 3 awards award for the Sudan operations, 1898, Mentioned in. Despatches for the Boer War, September 1901, gazetted for a second Royal Red Cross, October 1901. Due to regulations not allowing the Order of St John was awarded in it’s place 1902
A Great War C.M.G. ‘Victorian ‘D.S.O.’ group , Lieutenant-Colonel , Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment, late commanding Dublin Imperial Yeomanry. An escaped prisoner of war in the Boer War. Mentioned in despatches , (later awarded the DSO for great gallantry when greatly outnumbered in holding off a Boer force and bringing his convoy out despite heavy losses
Order of Merit (Military Division) group, Admiral of the Fleet, Hon Sir Henry Keppel, Captain of H.M.S. Dido during the First China War, capture of the forts at Shanghai and the capture of Chiang Kiang Fu. With Brookes Rajah suppressed the Borneo pirates and the destruction of their forts. Commanded the Rl. Naval Bde. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, commanded the Squadron at the destruction of the Chinese war junks at the Battle of Fatshan Creek.
Punjab 2 clasps, Chilianwala, Goojerat, Major , Horse Artillery, 2nd. Cy. 2nd Battn. Arty. Mentioned in Despatches at Goojerat, for commanding two light batteries which ‘The enemy were driven from their different positions, and from the field, by the fire of these two field batteries’ ‘The infantry of the 3rd Division had not occasion to fire a shot’ and also MID for Ramnuggar for commanded the batteries which drove back the enemy and secured the main river crossing ford.
E11R Distinguished Service Cross group of 10 for Korea, Commander Royal Navy and previously served aboard the destroyer Cossack as Assistant Gunnery Officer at the Altmark incident . Served as Gunnery Officer aboard the Cruiser, H.M.S. Dorsetshire and likely aboard when sunk off Ceylon along with her sister ship ‘Cornwall’ Commanded the frigate Whitesand Bay during the Korean War. Probably for the action when engaged with enemy shore batteries in the Paengyong-do area, early 1953. and additionally awarded the US Legion of Merit for Korea.