Medals Full Size – Crimean War – 28th (North Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot, British / Turkish Crimea Medals Pair to: Lt F. A. Magenis, 28th (North Gloucestershire) Regt of Foot. VF.
Correctly Regimentally Impressed Naming. Very Fine (VF) Condition, with Edge Knock.
• British Crimea Medal with Sevastopol Clasp / Bar Correctly Named to: . LIEUT : FREDERIC. A. MAGENIS. H.M. 28th. REGT.
• Turkish Crimea Medal Correctly Named to: . LIEUT . FREDERIC. A. MAGENIS. 28th. REGT. .
Lieutenant (Acting Adjutant) Frederick (Fred) Arthur Magenis.
• 1854 (16 Jun): Gentleman to Ensign.
• 1854 (Oct/Nov): Joined the 28th in Crimea from Malta.
• 1855 (12 Jan): Lieutenant.
• Action: Mentioned along with others in the Historical Records of the 28th Regiment for Service in the Eastern Campaigns of 1855, seeing Actions at the Siege & Fall of Sevastopol also at the Successful Attack & Capture of Buildings and a Cemetery at the Bottom of Picket House Ravine, where they held their positions all Day & Night under Heavy Artillery Fire, 17th/18th Jun 1855.
• 1857 (02 Jun): Married.
• 1857 (25 Nov): Casualty.
• 1857 (25 Nov): Died: On Leave, Disease? Malta?
• Copy of the 28th Regt Nominal Roll • Casualty Returns • Casualty Publication 1858 – 59 Showing his name • Roll of Off’s of the 28th Regt with his Name on it • A Copy of the Historical Records of the 28th Regt showing his name.
Notes: 1853 (Oct) – 1856 (Feb): Crimean War.
1854 (14th Sep): 28th landed in the Crimea. 1855 (01st Jun) 28th Landed back in Malta.
Dimensions: British: Diameter: 36 mm. Turkish: Diameter: 36 mm.
Imperfections: Slight Edge Knocks, however not affecting the Naming, See Pics!
Code: 51065Price: 1225.00 GBP