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Queens South Africa medal Coldstream Guards died Oct 1915 from Durham

Queens South Africa medal Coldstream Guards died Oct 1915 from Durham

Admiral Sir Philip Charles Henderson Calderwood Durham (1763–1845)

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Officers Jacket, top detail of insignia. British officers jackets during the Napoleonic wars could have their uniforms tailored themselves as long as they applied the correct insignia to reconise their rank within the Infantary.   Such as fabrics etc.  Displayed at the DLI in Durham, count durham.

Officers Jacket, top detail of insignia. British officers jackets during the Napoleonic wars could have their uniforms tailored themselves as long as they applied the correct insignia to reconise their rank within the Infantary. Such as fabrics etc. Displayed at the DLI in Durham, count durham.

Officer's Undress Forage Cap, 1st South Durham Fusiliers Militia, 1868

Officer's Undress Forage Cap, 1st South Durham Fusiliers Militia, 1868

Officers uniform, Durham Light Infantary. 1800s.

Officers uniform, Durham Light Infantary. 1800s.

Officer's shako plate of the 2nd Bombay European Regiment, 1837-1862, from the Durham Light Infantry museum

Officer's shako plate of the Bombay European Regiment, from the Durham Light Infantry museum

Officer's Undress Forage Cap, 68th Light Infantry, 1860s. This forage cap is made from dark blue cloth with a gilt band and black leather pe...

Officer's Undress Forage Cap, Light Infantry, This forage cap is made from dark blue cloth with a gilt band and black leather pe.

This khaki tunic was worn by 582 Private Kinghorne in January 1885, when the 2nd Battalion was sent to Egypt. We know this because inside is a label, DLI 582 1 85, giving the soldier's number and the date the tunic was issued.     Private Kinghorne served with Lieutenant de Lisle's Mounted Infantry in Egypt, and may have been present when Jimmy Durham was found. His medals are on display in the DLI Museum's medal room.

This khaki tunic was worn by 582 Private Kinghorne in January 1885, when the 2nd Battalion was sent to Egypt. We know this because inside is a label, DLI 582 1 85, giving the soldier's number and the date the tunic was issued. Private Kinghorne served with Lieutenant de Lisle's Mounted Infantry in Egypt, and may have been present when Jimmy Durham was found. His medals are on display in the DLI Museum's medal room.

Portrait of Admiral Edward Pellew (1757–1833), 1st Viscount Exmouth, c.1816 by Samuel Drummond (British 1765–1844)....A British naval officer who fought during the American War of Independence, the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars.....saw some action, then...

Portrait of Admiral Edward Pellew Viscount Exmouth, by Samuel Drummond (British British naval officer who fought during the American War of Independence, the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars.

Admiral Adam Duncan, the Scottish sailor. A native of Dundee, Duncan was born into a mercantile family but left home at fifteen to become a midshipman in the navy. Duncan went on to command 'HMS Blenheim' at the relief of Gibraltar in October 1782, but his greatest moment was the victory over the Dutch at the battle of Camperdown in 1797.

Adam Duncan, The Viscount Duncan. The vastly experienced naval officer who quelled the rebellion, while halting the Dutch fleet with only two ships of his own.

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