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Thomas Witham, 11th Light Dragoons,
Musters show on service in India 1819
Silver clip & ring suspension, small mark at claw where refitted
Military General Service clasp Java , Lieutenant, 3rd. Battn. Bengal Volunteers, later Lieutenant General
Waterloo Medal, Lieutenant, 23rd Foot, wounded in the left arm at Salamanca,and severely wounded gun shot wound in the right thigh at Waterloo whilst serving in the Grenadier Company
Crimea, 2 clasps, Inkermann, Sebastopol, officially impressed, Killed in action, 9th November, 1854 as A.B. H.M.S. Rodney, a rare Naval Brigade casualty
Queen’s Sudan, War Correspondent , Ludgate Monthly, died during the campaign
I.G.S. 1854, clasp Jowaki , 4th. Bn. Rifle Brigade
Punjab 2 clasps, Chilianwala, Goojerat Lieutenant 61st Foot
Q.S.A. 2 clasps with Relief of Ladysmith Captain Royal Scots Fusiliers, killed in action at Pieter’s Hill, in the operations on the Upper Tugela, February 27th, 1900.
Q.S.A. A correspondent’s medal ‘Daily Mail’ S.J. Pryor 1865-1924 Editor and managing editor at different times of the Daily Mail where Northcliffe appointed him the first editor in 1896, Daily Express, St. Jame’s Gazette, Evening Gazette, Evening Standard and Tribune, day editor of the Times from 1909 where he acted as Lord Northcliffe’s ‘watchdog’ Accompanied the Bulgarian Army as Times correspondent during the Balkan War 1912-1913 , director of the Times Publishing Company 1909-1918 and the first Press Secretary to the Sovereign & Royal Family, Buckingham Palace 1918-1920
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