MUTINY MEDAL DEFENCE OF LUCKNOW 78TH HIGHLANDERS
JOHN BURNS A UNIQUE NAME ON THE ROLL WHICH VERIFIES HE WAS ENTITLED TO THE MUTINY MEDAL WITH CLASP DEFENCE OF LUCKNOW.
He served in India during the Great Sepoy Mutiny as part of Sir Henry Havelock’s First Relief Force at the Defence of Lucknow
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MUTINY MEDAL TO OFFICER CASUALTY CJR TROUP 52ND LI
LIEUTENANT CJR TROUP OF THE 52ND (OXFORDSHIRE ) LIGHT INFANTRY WAS WOUNDED 12TH JULY 1857 AT TIMMU GHAUT PUTTUN AND SUBSEQUENTLY RETIRED IN INDIA - ROLL REFERS read more
MUTINY MEDAL R of L , L INSTRUCTOR OF MUSKETRY 93RD HIGHLANDERS
BOTH CLASPS CONFIRMED TO ROLL , MEDAL NAMED TO ROBERT WINDER INSTRUCTOR OF MUSKETRY 93RD HIGHLANDERS . ON ROLL HE RANKED BETWEEN SGT MAJOR AND SGT.
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The Army of India Medal awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel W. Rutherford, Indian Army, who accompanied Crawfurd’s mission to Siam and Cochin-China 1821-23
Army of India 1799-1826, 1 clasp, Ava (Lieut. W. Rutherford, 28th N.I.), short hyphen reverse, officially engraved naming, edge bruise, good very fine
Walter Rutherford was born in Jedburgh in July 1801, the son of Captain John Rutherford, 42nd Highlanders, afterwards a Major in the Dumfries Militia, and his second wife Agnes, daughter of J. Chatto of Mainhouse. On completing his... read more
WATERLOO MEDAL 1815, WILLIAM JOHNSTON , 1ST BATT , 79TH REGT. FOOT.
WOUNDED IN THE RIGHT LEG AT QUATRE BRAS, 16TH JUNE 1815
DISCHARGED TO OUT PENSION 16TH AUGUST 1816
HIS LAST INCREASE IN PENSION WAS 30TH JUNE 1874 AGED 80
NOTE : THE QUEENS OWN CAMERON HIGHLANDERS , 79TH FOOT SUSTAINED 68% CASUALTIES AT QUATRE BRAS & WATERLOO read more
WATERLOO MEDAL 1815 , BENJAMIN MOSS 1ST REGT DRAGOON GUARDS
WOUNDED AT WATERLOO , BENJAMIN MOSS 1ST REGIMENT DRAGOON GUARDS , PART OF THE HOUSEHOLD DIVISION.
ENLISTED 15TH SEPTEMBER 1813, DISCHARGED 5TH JAN 1817 HAVING PROVIDED A SUBSTITUTE.
COMES WITH A PHOTOCOPY OF ENTRY IN DWELLY SHOWING HIM WOUNDED.
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India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Pegu (E. Andrews. 1st Engr. “Phlegethon”)
Ex DNW Nov 2021 - The Collection of Medals formed by the late Ron Wright.
India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Pegu (E. Andrews. 1st Engr. “Phlegethon”) minor edge bruising and marks.
82 clasps issued to Europeans and 45 clasps issued to native crewmen of the Bengal Marine Ship Phlegethon
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India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Pegu (Geo. Hotine. Yeoman of Signals. “Zenobia”)
Ex DNW November 2021 , The Collection of Medals formed by the late Ron Wright
India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Pegu (Geo. Hotine. Yeoman of Signals. “Zenobia”) nearly extremely fine
242 clasps issued to Europeans and 109 clasps issued to native crewmen of the Indian Marine Ship Zenobia. read more
Indian Mutiny 1857-59, 1 clasp, Delhi (A, Oxley, 61st. Regt.)
On the roll listed as DEAD before Delhi 4th July 1857.
Absolem Oxley served with the 61st (South Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot at Delhi. read more
India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Pegu (J. Mullen. Gunr. Yeon. “Pluto”)
Ex DNW Nov 2021 from the late Ron Wright collection.
110 clasps issued to Europeans and 64 clasps issued to native crewmen of the Bengal Marine Ship Pluto.
Note: Although this medal is correctly impressed and with a perfect diameter, there are some very faint ghost letters of a different and larger face visible around the edge.
The naming on this medal discu... read more