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INDIAN MUTINY MEDAL 1857-58 : 1ST.BN. 60TH. RIFLES : SEVERELY WOUNDED BEFORE DELHI 9 JULY 1857 :

Bar, 'Delhi', officially impressed naming - J. PATMORE, 1st. Bn. 60th. Rifles (King's Royal Rifle Corps) : (JAMES PATMORE - A wheelwright by trade was born at Walden (now called Saffron Walden), Essex around 1819 and attested for the 60th.Regiment of Rifles at Bishops Stortford on 15 October 1840 : He served with 1st Battalion, of the Regiment in India from 21 October 1845 until 16 March 1860 including taking part in the Punjab Campaign of 1848-1849 and the suppression of the Indian Mutiny from 1857, and was severely wounded by a musket ball through his left leg before Delhi on 9 July 1857 : He was discharged on 13 May 1862, "being found unfit for further service", having then completed in excess of 21 years with the colours : He was also entitled to the Punjab Campaign Medal with bars, 'Mooltan' and 'Goojerat' and the Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal : The recipient is the only man named Patmore serving with the Regiment during the Indian Mutiny.) : Sold with verification; copy Casualty Roll entry and copy Service Papers : Mounted on a short length of original ribbon NEF - £695