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I.G.S. 1854, clasp Perak, 1-10th Regt
Q.S.A. single clasp Belmont, Pte. L.N. Lancs. R killed in action Graspan 24/11/1899
B.W.M., Victory & Memorial Plaque, Dvr. R. Artillery, wounded, taken prisoner of war, Chapelle Armentieres 27/5/1918 and died in enemy hands, 15/10/1918, buried Berlin
Indian Mutiny clasp, Lucknow, Ensign 42nd Highlanders
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
Crimea, 3 clasps, Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol , 5th Dn. Gds. Officially impressed naming, Heavy Brigade
A unique combination of Great War ‘Aces’ M.C. and bar, WW2 D.F.C. group Leicester Yeomanry & R.F.C., R.A.F. flying two tours in WW2, 1940 and 1944 by then aged 52, together with his son’s Second World War D.F.C. group killed in action
Military General Service, clasp Java, 59th Foot wounded in the assault on Fort Cornelis, Java, 26/8/1811 and discharged in consequence
I.G.S. 1854 clasp Chin Hills 1892-93 Signaller, Telegraph Department
Maharajpoor Star 1843, 16th Lancers, also served in the Sutlej and present at the regiment’s charge at Aliwal
Crimea 3 clasps, Alma, Inkermann, Sebastopol officially impressed 28th Regt died in the Crimea
M.G.S. clasp Talavera
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