David Anderson #4300 Scots Fusilier Guards

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David Anderson #4300 Scots Fusilier Guards

Postby dianejar » 15 Nov 2017 06:52

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I am seeking information about Private #4300 David Anderson, 1st Battalion, Scots Fusilier Guards. My only information is that he received the Crimea War Medal with clasps for Alma and Sebastopol. He was not at Balaclava nor Inkerman, having sustained a wound at Alma on 20th September 1854. This came from the CW Medal Rolls and the Casualty Roll.

Anything in addition to this information would be welcome: enlistment records; musters; birthdate and place; family information. I have not found WO97 discharge to pension records, nor WO22 or WO23 documents.

The Fremantle Army Museum in Western Australia holds a Crimea War Medal with clasps but the Turkish Medal is missing. They could be keepsakes brought to WA by descendants of a 'D Anderson' and he may not have been David Anderson of the Scots Fusilier Guards #4300.

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