INDIA GENERAL SERVICE / BURMA MEDAL
Order Number 2422
IGS MEDAL NAMED: 20395. GUNNER. HENRY. OCHILTREE. NO. 1 BTY. BDE. E. DN. ROYAL ARTILLERY.
Clasps: BURMA 1886-7 & BURMA 1887-89.
Comes with research.
Order Number: 2430
IGS MEDAL NAMED TO: 39695. TRUMPETER. H. KILLEEN. NO. 7 Bt. 1st. Bde. C.P. Dn. ROYAL ARTILLERY.
Clasp: BURMA 1885-7
Order Number: 2429
OFFICER INDIAN ARMY //
IGS MEDAL NAMED TO: LIEUT. W.A. CUPPAGE. 5th Bl. INFY.
Clasps: BURMA 1887-89 & BURMA 1885-7
William Adam Cuppage was born in Fermoy, Ireland June 26, 1860. He attended the Royal Military College at Sandhurst from June, 1880 to January 21, 1881 being commissioned Second Lieutenant in the 99th Foot on the 22nd. In July, 1881 he was promoted to full Lieutenant with the Liverpool Regt. Captain with the 5th Bengal Infantry in January , 1892 and Major in January 21, 1901.
W.A. Cuppage was severely wounded in the 1886-7 expedition. He was qualified as interpreter in eleven languages and commended in 1900 for his work on Plague Duty in Bombay, India.
Both clasps confirmed on the roll. Also research detailing the above and a copy of a letter about the 1900 Bombay commendation.