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Crimea 3 clasps, Alma, Inkermann, Sebastopol, officially impressed (Gr.& Dr. 11th Bn. R.A.), L.S.G.C. (11th By. R.A.) Turkish Crimea (named 8th. By.)
Q.S.A 5 clasps including Defence of Ladysmith, & K.S.A. Royal Field Artillery
Indian Mutiny, no clasp, (Regt. S. Major, 4th Eurpn. Lt. Cavy.), Indian Army L.S. G.C., (V.R.), 1st issue, H.E.I.C. arms obverse Sergt. Major, 10th Regt. L.C. 15th Jan. 1857).
Q.S.A. (partly corrected), 1914 Star & bar trio, 2/Durham Li. Inf. severely wounded Ypres 14/9/1914 discharged 1916. With portrait photograph
South Africa 1879, L.S.G.C. (VR). Pte. 57th Foot /Middlesex R.
A.G.S. Somaliland 1908-10, L.S.G.C. group with R.A.O.B. Lifesaving Medal Blacksmith H.M.S. Diana/ Blake
Boer War, 1914 Star & bar group, Lieut. Welsh Regiment killed in action, Aisne , September, 1914
Canada General Service Fenian Raid 1866 with L.S.G.C. & M.S.M. (EDV11) Sgt. to R.S.M. 17th. Foot
Sudan pair & QSA Belmont, Modder River, Grenadier Guards, died of wounds received at Modder River 1899
I.G.S. 1908 Abor 1911-12 group Mr. Deputy. Superintendent Indian Telegraph Dept
I.G.S. 1854 Clasp Jowaki 1877-8, (Burma 1887-89), Afghanistan, Ali Musjid 51st Regt
Al Valore Militaire group, Captain, 47th. Regt. Severely wounded leading an assault on the Quarries 7/6/1855
Sudan pair Cameron Highlanders killed in action at the battle of the Atbara 8 April, 1898
Victorian group of 7 medals, Mule Duffadar to Ressaidar possibly a composite group
M.G.S. 2 clasps, Vittoria, Toulouse, Waterloo 1815 Royal Horse Guards Wounded at Waterloo
Sudan & Khedives Sudan clasp Atbara, Cameron Highlanders, died of wounds received same day at the Battle of the Atbara, 8 April, 1898
Reuter’s War Correspondent Boer War group with 2 clasp Cape of Good Hope, Captain, Nesbitt’s Light Horse, present during the seige of Ladysmith from where he escaped often crawling the 22 miles to Chievely to escape Boer patrols and pickets
M.G.S. 2 bars, Vittoria, Toulouse, (Qr. Mr. ), Waterloo, (Qr. Mr.), Royal Horse Guards, commissioned from the ranks of the the ‘Blues’still aged only 24
I.G.S 1895 & Sudan pair Seaforth Highlanders
Khedives Sudan Katfia group to Sir E. Bonham-Carter, K.C.M.G. C.I.E. wounded at Katfia
Military General Service 4 clasps & 42nd Foot Regimental Medal also a Waterloo man where twice wounded
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