Waterloo, clip and ring suspension
Captain Gore Brown, Royal Foot Artillery
Served Major Unett’s Brigade,as Second Captain
Thomas Gore Brown, was appointed 2nd Lieutenant in the Royal Foot Artillery 1801; 1st Lieutenant, 1802; 2nd Captain, 1808; Captain, 1823; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1836; Colonel, 1846. Served in the Walcheren expedition and was present at the siege of Flushing. Waterloo he served in Major George W. Unett’s Brigade, and afterwards at the siege of Cambrai and with the Army of Occupation until November 1818. He served at Jamaica 1829-31, and commanded the Royal Artillery at Gibraltar 1839-44. Colonel Gore Browne died at Southampton on 23 January 1854, aged 69, and is buried in the Old Common Cemetery, Southampton. There is also a memorial to him at the Sandpits Cemetery, Gibraltar.
Good conditioned medal