Charles Jewell, 2nd Batt. Grenad. Guards.
With steel clip and ring suspension,
Born at Barnstable, Devon, and enlisted at Portsmouth on 1813, a glazier by trade and a volunteer from the North Devon Militia, aged 30 years. At Waterloo in Lieutenant-Colonel F. D’Oyly’s company, who was killed. Charles Jewell died in the rank of Sergeant whilst on furlough at Barnstable on 14 August 1829.