Brigadier Alfred Toye VC MC - 2nd Bn, Middlesex Regiment


Names S to Y - Alphabetical list of Victoria Crosses loaned for display to the VC Centenary Exhibition, Marlborough House, London, 15th June to 7th July 1956

Rank FName LName Loaned By




Lieutenant Wilwood SANDYS-CLARKE Loyal North Lancashire Regiment
Lt-Colonel Derek SEAGRIM Green Howards
L/Corporal Ernest SEAMAN Royal Army Service Corps
Bosun John SHEPHERD National Maritime Museum
Private William SHORT Green Howards
Brigadier John SINTON Royal United Services Institute
CSM John SKINNER King's Own Scottish Borderers
2nd Lieutenant Alfred V SMITH East Lancashire Regiment
L/Sergeant Edward SMITH Lancashire Fusiliers
Colour-Sergeant James SMITH East Kent Regiment (The Buffs)
Drummer Dudley STAGPOOLE Middlesex Regiment
Private William STANLACK Coldstream Guards
Private George STRONG Coldstream Guards
Bugler William SUTTON King's Royal Rifle Corps




QMS Jacob THOMAS Royal Regiment of Artillery
Sergeant Alexander THOMPSON Black Watch
Private James THOMPSON King's Royal Rifle Corps
Brigadier Alfred TOYE Middlesex Regiment
General James TRAVERS Mrs P B Travers
Major Frederick TUBB Commonwealth of Australia




Sergeant Arthur VICKERS Royal Warwickshire Regiment




General Mark WALKER East Kent Regiment (The Buffs)
Sergeant George WALTERS Royal Berkshire Regiment
Lt-Colonel Oliver WATSON Green Howards
Lieutenant William WESTON Green Howards
Private Francis WHEATLEY Rifle Brigade
Major George WHEELER Borough of Hove, Sussex
Field-Marshall George WHITE Miss G White
Sergeant Thomas WILKINSON Commandant General Royal Marines
Sergeant John WILLIAMS South Wales Borderers
CSM John H WILLIAMS South Wales Borderers
Admiral of the Fleet Arthur WILSON Major E H Jeffries, MBE MC
Private George WILSON Highland Light Infantry
Lieutenant Charles WOODEN 17th / 21st Lancers
Private Alexander WRIGHT Middlesex Regiment




Private Thomas YOUNG Durham Light Infantry
Private William YOUNG East Lancashire Regiment


A Gold Cross presented to Mrs Webber Harris, wife of Colonel Harris, by officers
of the 104th Bengal Fusiliers for her indomitable pluck during the cholera epidemic of 1869.
Rank FName LName Loaned By
Mrs Webber D HARRIS Miss E M Matthews

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