Crimean War Sergeant 1856

Scottish Soldier - Crimean war Colour Sergeant "Willie" McGregor of the Scots Fusilier Guards, photographed in 1856 after the Crimean War, wearing the post-war tunic but with his Crimean beard.

Scottish soldiers who fought in the Crimean War.

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The Crimean War, 1854 - 1856 Men of 72 Highlanders who served in the Crimea: William Noble, Alexander Davison and John Harper. Date 1854 - 1856

Crimean War veteran Color Sergeant William Gardner, 42nd Royal Highlanders. © IWM (Q 71643)

Crimean War veteran Color Sergeant William Gardner, 42nd Royal Highlanders. © IWM (Q 71643)

Colour Sergeant William McGregor, 1st Battalion Scots Fusilier Guards, July 1856. He was wounded during the Battle at the River Alma on 20th September 1854 and wears both the British Crimea and the Order of the Medjidie Turkish medals.

thecottonwoodkid: Colour Sergeant William McGregor, Battalion Scots Fusilier Guards, July He was wounded during the Battle at the River Alma on September 1854 and wears both the British Crimea and the Order of the Medjidie Turkish medals.

Colour Sergeant Joseph John Stanton (Regt. Nº681) Royal Sappers and Miners at Aldershot in July 1856. He wears the Distinguished Conduct Medal. The Crimea Medal 1854-56 with three clasps for Balaklava, Inkermann and Sebastopol. The Turkish Crimea Medal and The French Legion of Honour.

Colour Sergeant Joseph John Stanton Software Used: Photoshop Client: N/A Artist: Doug Banks Colour Sergeant Joseph John Stanton (Regt.

Scottish soldiers

Men of the Highland Regiment Crimean Heroes : William Gardner, Donald McKenzie and George Glen 1856 These two men, Howlett and Cundall were commissioned by Queen Victoria to capture Crimean veterans in


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