Lieutenant John Grieve VC - 2nd Dragoons ( Royal Scots Greys )


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Name Samuel Thomas Dickson,
WALLACE
Thomas,
CADELL
John,
GRIEVE

Rank Captain Colonel Lieutenant & Adjutant
Force 'C' Bty, 63rd Brigade
Royal Field Artillery
2nd Bengal ( European ) Fusiliers,
( Royal Munster Fusiliers )
2nd Dragoons
( Royal Scots Greys )

VC won Gonnelieu, France,
30 November 1917
Siege of Delhi, Indian Mutiny,
12 June 1857
Balaclava, Crimea,
25 October 1854 *

London Gaz 13 February 1918 29 April 1862 24 February 1857
Born Thornhill, Dumfries,
7 March 1892
Cockenzie, East Lothian,
5 September 1835
Musselbrugh, Lothian,
3 May 1822

Died 2 February 1968,
Moffat, Dumfries & Galloway
6 April 1919,
Edinburgh
1 December 1873,
Inveresk, Lothian

Grave Moffat New Cemetery, Dumfries & Galloway Tranent Churchyard, Lothian St Michael's Churchyard, Inveresk, Lothian
( turfstone erected August 2003 )

Location
of VC
Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich Not publicly held Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
Remarks None CB * Charge of the Heavy Brigade

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