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WATERLOO MEDAL

Order Number: 1318
$6,800.00
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FROM MY PRIVATE COLLECTION // SCARCE // WOUNDED AT WATERLOO//THE HEAVEY'S

WATERLOO medal named to: THOMAS. KISBIE. 1st DRAGOON. GUARDS.

Wounded at Waterloo. Condition: VF
Born at Barnwell, Oundle, Northamptonshire, circa 1775, and enlisted into the 1st Dragoon Guards at Huntingdon on 24 January 1796, aged 21 years. He was wounded at Waterloo, promoted to Corporal in December 1815, and discharged at Ballinrobe, Ireland, on 2 September 1821, due to a reduction and chronic illness.
Comes with copy of the roll and further research.
Order Number: 1320
$6,500.00
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SCARCE TO A DRUMMER

35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot


A storied Regiment

The story of the Duke and his son has received a lot of coverage but it shouldn't be forgotten that his oldest son and heir, the Earl of March, was present at the Battle as a Captain in the 52nd (Oxfordshire) Light Infantry and an Extra Aide de Camp to the Prince of Orange. This officer succeeded to the title on the death of his father in 1819 and subsequently it was probably his influence and support that ensured that the Military General Service medal was awarded to soldiers who fought in the pre-Waterloo stages of the Napoleonic Wars. He subsequently became Colonel of the Sussex Militia. The Duke's second son, George, a Lieutenant in the 9th Light Dragoons, was also at the Battle as an Aide de Camp to the Duke of Wellington. He was M.P. for West Sussex from 1832 to 1841.
 WATERLOO medal named to: DRUMMER. JOHN. WYMARK. 35th REGT. FOOT.
VF condition.
Confirmed on the on the Waterloo roll.
Come with a copy of the roll.
From my private collection
Order Number: 1321
$6,750.00
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SCARCE TO A DRUMMER. From my private collection
 WATERLOO medal named to: DRUMMER. A. WILKINSON. 51st. REGT. LIGHT INFANTRY.

VF condition.

Confirmed on the on the Waterloo roll.
Partial original ribbon underneath new ribbon.
Order Number: 1322
$15,000.00
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Waterloo 1815 (Lieutenant V. Webb, 2nd Batt. 95th Reg. Foot.), contact marks, therefore nearly very fine, with original steel clip and later silver straight bar and wire suspension  

Major Vere Webb was commissioned Lieutenant, 95th Foot, December 1813; he 'served with the Rifle Brigade during the campaigns of 1814 and 1815 in Holland, the Netherlands, and France, including both the actions at Merxem, bombardment of Antwerp, and battle of Waterloo, at which last he was slightly wounded' (Hart's Army List 1851 refers); Webb served in Captain J.G. McCollough's company during the Waterloo Campaign, 16-18.6.1815 (erroneously listed with the initial 'N' on the latest published transcription of medal roll); served as Adjutant, Royal Cardigan Rifles Militia, 1831-1851, retiring in the latter year; died in 1875, and is buried in Locksbrook Road Cemetery, Bath.

V. Webb was the brother of Captain J.W. Webb, and the nephew of Sir John Webb.


VF condition.
Confirmed on the on the Waterloo roll.