Lieutenant Alfred Herring VC - Royal Army Service Corps ( att'd 6th Bn, Northamptonshire Regiment )






Royal Logistic Corps Museum

Connaught Road
Worthy Down
Nr Winchester
Hampshire
SO21 2RG






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The following Victoria Crosses are owned and are on display in the Royal Logistic Corps Museum
Rank First Name Last Name Royal Logistic Corps Museum
Indian Mutiny ( 1857 - 1858 )
Dep Ass't Commissiary John BUCKLEY Bengal Ordnance Department
Captain William RAYNOR Bengal Veteran Establishment

The following Victoria Crosses are held by RASC / RCT Institution and are on display in the RLC Museum
Rank First Name Last Name RASC / RCT Institution
Crimean War ( 1854 - 1856 )
Captain George SYMONS Royal Regiment of Artillery
( later served in the 5th Bn, Military Train )
Indian Mutiny ( 1857 - 1858 )
Private Samuel MORLEY 2nd Bn, Military Train
Farrier Michael MURPHY 2nd Bn, Military Train
Rorke's Drift, Zululand, South Africa ( 1877 - 1879 )
Ass't Commissiary James Langley DALTON Commissariat & Transport Department
First World War ( 1914 - 1918 )
Lieutenant Alfred Cecil HERRING Royal Army Service Corps
att'd 6th (S) Bn, Northamptonshire Regiment
Private Richard George MASTERS Royal Army Service Corps
att'd 141st Field Ambulance
Lance Corporal Ernest SEAMAN 2nd Bn, The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
( formerly served in the Army Service Corps )

Location of other Royal Logistic Corps VCs
Rank First Name Last Name Location
Lieutenant James CRAIG 3rd Bn, Military Train ( late Scots ( Fusilier ) Guards )
( Scots Guards RHQ, London )

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20 March 2020