Military General Service 1793-1814, 7 clasps, Martinique, Albuhera, Ciudad Rodrigo, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Orthes, Toulouse
To: G. Loryman, 7th Foot.
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Private George Loryman, 7th Foot, who was wounded in the left leg at Badajoz and in the left foot and right leg at Ciudad Rodrigo
George Loryman was born at Batley, York, a Weaver by trade.
He was discharged on 6 July 1815, after serving 7 years 10 months, and was granted a late pension of 6 pence per day on 28 September 1852.
Being ‘wounded left leg at Badajoz & in left foot and right leg at Rodrigo’.
He died at Bradford, Yorkshire, on 11 May 1860, being then aged 76 years and described as ‘out pensioner of Chelsea Hospital from 7th Regt. of Foot at 9d per diem’.
Sold with copied Chelsea Hospital examination record, medal roll entry and full muster details.
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Medal NVF, first carriage a little buckled, edge bruising and contact wear.