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Single Campaign Medals 387


India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Pegu (Wm. Dyke. Boy. “Fox”) edge bruising and contact marks, otherwise nearly very fine


£160-£200


William Dyke was born at Falmouth, Cornwall, on 15 December 1835, as a Boy 2nd Class on 19 September 1850, and served in this ship during the Burma campaign (Medal with Pegu clasp). He subsequently served in the Baltic aboard H.M.S. Pembroke (Medal), and aboard H.M.S. Acorn in China 1857-60 (Medal). He also received the L.S. & G.C. medal with gratuity in April 1872.


Sold with copied record of service. 388


India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Pegu (Lieut. W. R. Newlyn. Sub Asst. Commy. Genl. Staff.) minor edge nicks, good very fine


£240-£280


William Rouse Newlyn was born in India on 5 September 1823 and was nominated for a Cadetship in the Madras Infantry in 1842. He served with the 17th Madras Native Infantry from 24 June 1842, before transferring to the 4th Native Infantry on 14 December 1842, and was advanced Adjutant on 31 August 1846. He was commissioned Sub Assistant Commissary General, Commissariat Department at Madras on 31 December 1850 and served on the Madras Staff during the Pegu operations of 1852-53, being promoted Deputy Assistant Commissary General on 23 February 1855. Promoted Captain on 23 May 1858, and Major, Staff Corps, on 3 February 1862, he died at Kamptee on 15 July 1863.


Sold with copied record of service and other research. x389


India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, North West Frontier (1539 Pte. W. Grimbly, 3 Bn Rif. Bde.) some edge bruising, light contact marks, very fine


£240-£280 Provenance: Hayward & Hall, April 1970.


William Grimley (note Grimly on medal) was born in the Parish of Stanford, Nottinghamshire, and attested for the 3rd Battalion, Rifle Brigade at Westminster on 5 July 1855, aged 18. He served with the regiment at the capture of Lucknow (Medal with clasp), and in December 1863 and January 1864 served on the punitive expedition sent out after a small uprising and attack on the fort at Shabkaader on the North West Frontier (Medal with clasp).


He was recommended for a medical discharge in October 1865 having contracted ophthalmia in February 1863 ‘while the Bn. was marching as Governor General’s Escort’. He duly returned Home where he was discharged from the service at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Netly, on 22 May 1866.


Sold with copied discharge papers and a printed roll of officers and other ranks of the 3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade who were awarded the clasp, ‘North West Frontier’.


x390 391 India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Umbeyla (Sepoy Heera Singh 23d Punjab Pioneers) nearly very fine £80-£120


India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Bhootan (3732 G Bowden. HMs 55th Regt) light contact marks, therefore nearly very fine


£160-£200 392


India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Burma 1885-7 (D. C. Roberts, Clerk, R.N. H.M.S. Bacchante.) traces of lacquer, light pitting, very fine


£240-£280


Desmond Carrington Roberts was born in Aberystwyth, Wales, on 9 September 1865 and joined the Royal Navy as an Assistant Clerk on 15 July 1882. He served in H.M.S. Alexandra and H.M.S. Superb during the Egyptian campaign of 1882, and passed for Clerk on 15 July 1883. He saw further service in H.M.S. Bacchante in the East Indies from November 1885 to April 90, and took charge of victualling in eight days’ march against Dacoits in Chendwin District in Burma in 1185, being Mentioned in Commander Barlow’s Despatch of 26 February 1886 for being ‘of great assistance.’


Roberts was advanced Assistant Paymaster on 9 September 1886, and was promoted Paymaster on 1 April 1899, and Fleet Paymaster on 1 April 1907. He relinquished his commission on 24 February 1912- his testimonials almost uniformly praise him for being a zealous officer.


393


India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Burma 1885-7 (Lieutt. J. E. L. Armstrong 2d Bn. Hamps. R.) scratched in right obverse field, otherwise nearly extremely fine


£180-£220


John Edward Lovell Armstrong was appointed Lieutenant, 2nd Hampshire Regiment on 25 August 1883. He is not listed in the Army List for 1888.


394


India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Burma 1889-92 (857 Pte. A. Britton 1st Bn. Hamps: Regt.) nearly extremely fine


£100-£140


Served on the Tonhon expedition, 17 December 1889 to 8 April 1890, Major J. E. Blundell, 1st Hampshire Regiment, Commanding. Sold with copied medal roll extracts.


395


India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Samana 1891 (5334 Pte G. Jackman 1st Bn. K.R.Rif.C.) solder repair to right hand side of clasp facing, nearly very fine


£100-£140 www.dnw.co.uk all lots are illustrated on our website and are subject to buyers’ premium at 24% (+VAT where applicable)


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