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Military General. Service, 3 clasps, Sahagun & Benevente, Orthes, Toulouse, 7th Light Dragoons. the scarcest of casualties being wounded in the neck at Benevente. Later present at Waterloo and was again wounded
Military General clasp Egypt, 8th Foot, wounded left thigh and left arm, and taken prisoner of war at the storming of Fort George , Upper Canada, 27 May, 1813
Naval General Service clasp 4 Novr. 1805, a unique name on the roll, served aboard (74) H.M.S. Hero, the pick of the ships of the action suffering near as many casualties as the remainder of the Squadron. A lovely conditioned medal
Waterloo, Troop Sergeant Major, 23rd Regt. Light Dragoons who rose from enlistment to Troop Sergeant Major in less than two years
Naval General Service 3 clasps, 23rd June 1795, 12 October 1798, Egypt, Acting Lieutenant R.N.
Air Force Medal (GV1) , box of issue, F/Sgt. later Pilot Officer. Pilot Flying Instructor
D.C.M. (GV) , M.M. (G.V.) (Sgt. /W.O.2, 13/ R. Fus.), 1914/15 trio, France, Croix de Guerre, 1914-17, A fine award for the command of an assault and capture of enemy machine guns (Arras)
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