Egypt 1882 Clasps Suakin 1885 & Tofrek

Egypt 1882 Clasps Suakin 1885 & Tofrek

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£450.00

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Undated A. Masters Pte. RMLI

Condition as shown in photographs (nearly very fine)

Alfred Masters was born in Whitechapel London 1st September 1860. He enlisted into the Royal Marines at Westminster on 20th July 1878. He served with the Royal Marine Btn. in Egypt September 1884- May 1885. Imprisoned for 14 days in August 1885. He was discharged dead, drowned on 9th July 1888 while serving with H.M.S Ready off the Rio Grande. The action lead to the award of the Royal Humane Society Bronze Medal (case no. 24103) to Signalman J. Martin. Masters is commemorated upon a stone memorial at the Jamaica Old Naval Cemetery.

Medals accompanied by copied service papers and medal roll extracts.

Egypt 1882 Clasps Suakin 1885 & Tofrek

1 in stock

£450.00

1 in stock

Categories: ,

Description

Undated A. Masters Pte. RMLI

Condition as shown in photographs (nearly very fine)

Alfred Masters was born in Whitechapel London 1st September 1860. He enlisted into the Royal Marines at Westminster on 20th July 1878. He served with the Royal Marine Btn. in Egypt September 1884- May 1885. Imprisoned for 14 days in August 1885. He was discharged dead, drowned on 9th July 1888 while serving with H.M.S Ready off the Rio Grande. The action lead to the award of the Royal Humane Society Bronze Medal (case no. 24103) to Signalman J. Martin. Masters is commemorated upon a stone memorial at the Jamaica Old Naval Cemetery.

Medals accompanied by copied service papers and medal roll extracts.