Pre WW1 Single Medals
Crimea To Landed Gentry Casualty Dyke, Rifle Brigade
Crimea 1854-6 Medal clasp Sebastopol Officially Impressed naming issued to
ENSIGN P.H. DYKE. 2ND BN. R. BDE.
Lieutenant Percival Hart Dyke (1836-1855), 1st son of Sir P.H.Dyke, 6th Bart. died in Balaklava 9.4.1855.
Educated Harrow. Name on Royal Garrison Church Plaque.
Lived at Lullingstone Castle, Kent.
The family business was responsible for the manufacture of Parachutes used in World War Two. and Queen elizabeth's Coronation Dress 1937.
Percival's brother was instrumental in the Laws of Tennis being laid down.
Some research included.
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Wanted all items, all period's to Laidler-Laidlaw.