ENGRAVED TO SJT MAJOR EELES 6TH DRAGOON GUARDS
£325

WILLIAM ASHTON

Brigade Surgeon 53rd. Foot ( Shropshire )


Served in the Mutiny with firstly the 79th Highlanders at the storming of Rampore Kussia and then with the 53rd Foot at the General Hospital at Calcutta. Promoted Staff Surgeon 1860, transferred to the Royal Artillery 1864 and appointed Surgeon Major on the Staff 1872, Brigade Surgeon 1888 Died 1904


£600

ARTHUR JOHN DOIG


Lt.-Colonel 15th. & 20th. Bombay Native Infantry & Bombay Saff Corps


Born 9th July at Belgaum India son of John Doig Surgeon Bombay Army.

Educated Edinburgh Academy and nominated as a Cadet in the HEIC Army for the 1854/5 season, commissioned as Ensign 16th July 1855, posted to the 15th Bombay Native Infantry ( a very promising young Officer).

During the Mutiny present at the siege and surrender of Shorapore Fort 9th Feb 1858, Appointed to the Bombay Staff Corps 14th Dec 1861, transferred to Jacobs rifles as Adjutant 28th Feb 1863, Quartermaster 1874, Major 16th July 1875, transferred to the 15th Bombay N.I. as Wing Officer 1875, appointed Superintendent of Bazaars at Malagaon 1875, Lt-Colonel 1882 and Magistrate at Malagaon 1887, died 14th July 1888


£500



ROBERT HENDERSON


RARE DOUBLE ISSUE

Chaplain to Sir Colin Campbell 93rd. Highlanders


He was born in 1825 and ordained as Minister for Newton on Ayr 19th. January 1850. He was appointed to the Bengal Presidency 8th July 1851 as a Church of Scotland Chaplain. In 1857 he volunteered to serve as Chaplain to the 93rd Highlanders and became the personal Chaplain to Sir Colin Campbell and was present at the Relief of Lucknow. (Medal and clasp,) also issued a Defence of Lucknow medal and clasp presumably by mistake, medal roll confirms.He later became the Senior Minister in the Church of Scotland and served in the Northern Provinces up until 1870 .He was married 3 times and had 3 children, by his second marriage he had a son who grew up to be Major General Sir Robert Findlay Henderson K.C.M.G., C.B., M.B., C.M. who served in the Sudan, Boer War and WW1. He retired in 1871 and died in Nice France in 1897.

DOUBLE ISSUE MEDALS

COMPLETE WITH HIS GOVERNMENT 

ISSUE COMMUNION SET


Provenance Tennants 2016


£3000


 
ABYSSINIA WAR MEDAL TO 1319 PTE A TURNER 3rd DRAGOON GUARDS (LATE ISSUE NAMED TO RIM)
 £275
RARE VICTORIAN PAIR TO LIEUTENANT COLONEL RICHARDSON 23rd BOMBAY LIGHT INFANTRY OF THE INDIAN ARMY

£ 675