Captain Richard Annand VC - 2nd Bn, Durham Light Infantry


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IN : CO DURHAM

Name Charles,
ANDERSON
Richard Wallace,
ANNAND
Michael Wilson,
HEAVISIDE
Thomas,
KENNY
Rank Corporal Captain Private Lance-Sergeant
Force Queen's Bays ( 2nd Dragoon Guards ) 2nd Bn Durham Light Infantry 15th Bn The Durham Light Infantry 13th Bn The Durham Light Infantry
VC won Jamo, Oudh, Indian Mutiny,
8 October 1858
River Dyle, Belgium,
15 - 16 May 1940
Fontaine-les-Croiselles, France,
6 May 1917
La Houssoie, France,
4 November 1915
London Gaz 11 November 1862 23 August 1940 8 June 1917 7 December 1915
Born Dublin,
1827
South Shields, Co Durham,
5 November 1914
Durham City,
28 October 1880
South Wingate,
4 April 1882
Died 19 April 1899,
Seaham Harbour
24 December 2004,
Whitesmocks, Durham City
26 April 1939,
Craghead
29 November 1948,
South Wingate
Grave Princess Road Cemetery, Seaham Harbour
( headstone erected 1989 )
Durham City Crematorium St Thomas's Churchyard, Craghead
( headstone erected 1999 )
Wheatley Hill Cemetery
( headstone erected 1994 )
Location
of VC
1st, The Queen's Dragoon Guards Museum, Cardiff Lord Ashcroft VC Collection
Imperial War Museum, London
Durham Light Infantry Museum, Durham Not publicly held
Remarks None None None None

CO DURHAM

Name Michael,
MURPHY
Thomas,
YOUNG


Rank Farrier-Major Private

Force 2nd Bn Military Train 9th Bn The Durham Light Infantry

VC won Azimgurth, Indian Mutiny,
15 April 1858 *
Bucquoy, France,
25 - 31 March 1918


London Gaz 27 May 1859 4 June 1918

Born Cahir, Co Tipperary, Ireland,
1832
Boldon,
28 January 1895


Died 4 April 1893
Darlington
15 October 1966,
Whickham


Grave North Road Municipal Cemetery, Darlington St Patrick's Cemetery, High Spen

Location
of VC
HQ RLC Officers' Mess, Camberley Durham Light Infantry Museum, Durham

Remarks * Forfeit of VC in 1872 for theft None

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