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Some 476 medals issued:

Abram, Ordinary Seaman R. SAGS (1) 1879
Adshead, Domestic 2nd Class W H. SAGS (0)
Allen, Petty Officer Class 1 J. SAGS (1) 1879
Allen, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Allsop, Private H. SAGS (0)
Alridge, Petty Officer Class 1 W. SAGS (0)
Ambrose, Private J. SAGS (1) 1879
Argue, Petty Officer Class 1 G. SAGS (0)
Armstrong, Able Seaman H. SAGS (0)
Atkins, Able Seaman A J. SAGS (0)
Ault, Private T. SAGS (0)
Baker, Ordinary Seaman G. SAGS (0)
Baker, Stoker 2nd Class J. SAGS (0)
Baker, Stoker W. SAGS (1) 1879
Barnard, Able Seaman W. SAGS (1) 1879
Barnes, Yeoman of Storerooms W. SAGS (0)
Barrett, Ordinary Seaman A. SAGS (1) 1879
Barry, Ordinary Seaman H. SAGS (0)
Bateman, Ordinary Seaman G E. SAGS (0)
Bates, Private J. SAGS (1) 1879
Beaton, Ordinary Seaman R. SAGS (0)
Beddell, Boy 1st Class H G. SAGS (1) 1879
Benett, Lieutenant J G. SAGS (1) 1879
Bennett, Stoker 2nd Class A. SAGS (1) 1879
Bennett, Petty Officer Class 2 C. SAGS (1) 1879
Bennett, Domestic 2nd Class G. SAGS (0)
Bentley, Ordinary Seaman T. SAGS (1) 1879
Berriman, Shipwright C. SAGS (0)
Bevis, Assistant Sick Berth Attendant W. SAGS (0)
Bickford, Able Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Biddick, Assistant Engineer C H. SAGS (0)
Bignell, Boy 1st Class A. SAGS (0)
Binell, Domestic 3rd Class G T. SAGS (1) 1879
Birch, Ordinary Seaman W. SAGS (0)
Bird, Private M. SAGS (1) 1879
Blackwell, Shipwright J. SAGS (0)
Bohanna, Ordinary Seaman T. SAGS (1) 1879
Bolders, Midshipman H S. SAGS (0)
Bone, Able Seaman D. SAGS (1) 1879
Boniface, Able Seaman W. SAGS (1) 1879
Bottomley, Ordinary Seaman A. SAGS (1) 1879
Bowler, Ordinary Seaman 2nd Class W A. SAGS (0)
Boxall, Ordinary Seaman S. SAGS (1) 1879
Boys, Naval Cadet W H. SAGS (0)
Bracegirdle, Private J. SAGS (0)
Brazier, Ordinary Seaman 2nd Class H. SAGS (0)
Brazier, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Brett, Caulker H. SAGS (0)
Briggs, Boy 1st Class G H. SAGS (0)
Brockway, Stoker J. SAGS (1) 1879
Brooks, Stoker E. SAGS (0)
Brooks, Stoker J. SAGS (0)
Brown, Carpenter's Crew J E. SAGS (1) 1879
Brown, Engineer W J C. SAGS (0)
Bull, Ordinary Seaman 2nd Class G. SAGS (1) 1879
Bunn, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Bunting, Petty Officer Class 1 D S. SAGS (0)
Burns, Private J. SAGS (0)
Burns, Ordinary Seaman M. SAGS (0)
Burton, Ordinary Seaman G. SAGS (0)
Butler, Ordinary Seaman G. SAGS (1) 1879
Caff, Lieutenant in C. SAGS (1) 1879
Campbell, Cooper's Crew W J. SAGS (1) 1879
Carlisle, Secretary J. SAGS (1) 1877-8-9
Carr, Lieutenant F R. SAGS (1) 1879
Carter, Bandsman G. SAGS (0)
Carty, Domestic 2nd Class J. SAGS (0)
Cashman, Leading Stoker J. SAGS (0)
Castle, Stoker G. SAGS (0)
Cawston, Midshipman A G. SAGS (0)
Chalkley, Barber W E. SAGS (0)
Challen, Ordinary Seaman G. SAGS (0)
Chapell, Leading Seaman E P. SAGS (1) 1879
Chapman, Boy 1st Class W. SAGS (0)
Charles, Able Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Childs, Able Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Clark, Boy 1st Class F. SAGS (0)
Clark, Able Seaman W E. SAGS (1) 1879
Clarke, Leading Seaman A. SAGS (1) 1879
Clayton, Private T C. SAGS (0)
Cleall, Able Seaman E. SAGS (1) 1879
Cleave, Boy 1st Class R. SAGS (1) 1879
Clements, Able Seaman C H. SAGS (0)
Cleveland, Clerk H. SAGS (0)
Clinch, Engine Room Artificer J. SAGS (1) 1879
Cockburn, Carpenter J D. SAGS (0)
Cockran, Lieutenant R P. SAGS (1) 1877-8-9
Coleman, Able Seaman G S. SAGS (1) 1879
Coleman, Petty Officer Class 1 J. SAGS (1) 1879
Coles, Boy 1st Class E I. SAGS (0)
Coles, Boy 1st Class J H. SAGS (1) 1879
Collett, Ordinary Seaman W. SAGS (0)
Colville, Midshipman Hon S C J. SAGS (1) 1879
Conday, Carpenter's Mate P. SAGS (1) 1879
Cook, Able Seaman G. SAGS (1) 1879
Cook, Private J. SAGS (0)
Coombes, Private C. SAGS (0)
Coombes, Engineer J T. SAGS (0)
Cotesworth, Sub Lieutenant H. SAGS (1) 1879
Cotton, Lamp Trimmer j. SAGS (0)
Cotton, Leading Seaman W. SAGS (0)
Couper, Engineer I A. SAGS (0)
Cox, Able Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Cox, Ordinary Seaman T. SAGS (0)
Coy, Private G. SAGS (1) 1879
Cranch, Leading Seaman W. SAGS (0)
Crane, Sick Berth Attendant H J. SAGS (0)
Creamer, Ordinary Seaman H C. SAGS (0)
Crockett, Bombardier C. SAGS (1) 1879
Croft, Able Seaman H. SAGS (1) 1879
Crookshank, Midshipman A F. SAGS (1) 1879
Cropp, Bombardier J. SAGS (1) 1879
Cross, Ordinary Seaman F. SAGS (1) 1879
Crossby, Able Seaman G. SAGS (0)
Croucher, Boy 1st Class A. SAGS (1) 1879
Cue, Carpenter's Crew J. SAGS (0)
Cunningham, Able Seaman W T. SAGS (0)
Curzon, Ship's Steward R W. SAGS (0)
Dalton, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Dalton, Stoker J. SAGS (0)
Daniels, Private T. SAGS (0)
Dare, Able Seaman W. SAGS (1) 1879
Dark, Chief Engineer W. SAGS (0)
Davies, Private T. SAGS (1) 1879
Davis, Commander E H M. SAGS (1) 1879
Davis, Boy 1st Class J. SAGS (0)
Davis, Private W. SAGS (1) 1879
Dawson, Paymaster C T. SAGS (0)
Day, Domestic 3rd Class R. SAGS (0)
Day, Engine Room Artificer W. SAGS (1) 1879
Deniery, Private J. SAGS (1) 1879
Dodd, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Dodds, Ordinary Seaman T. SAGS (1) 1879
Donovan, Able Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Dooley, Boy 1st Class J. SAGS (0)
Dowling, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Downing, Ordinary Seaman P. SAGS (0)
Downton, Stoker A. SAGS (1) 1879
Drover, Petty Officer Class 1 W. SAGS (1) 1879
Duesbury, Ship's Stores Boy H S. SAGS (0)
Dunkason, Able Seaman W. SAGS (1) 1879
Eastwood, Stoker 2nd Class G. SAGS (1) 1879
Edwards, Ordinary Seaman H. SAGS (0)
Elliott, Boy 1st Class T. SAGS (0)
Elliott, Leading Seaman W. SAGS (1) 1879
Enderby, Leading Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Evans, Able Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Eyre, Midshipman F G. SAGS (0)
Fabery, Stoker E. SAGS (0)
Fabian, Ordinary Seaman W F. SAGS (0)
Farmer, Private H. SAGS (0)
Felton, Schoolmaster C. SAGS (0)
Field, Corporal W. SAGS (0)
Figg, Domestic 3rd Class H. SAGS (1) 1879
Finnigan, Private W. SAGS (1) 1879
Fisher, Stoker F. SAGS (0)
Fleming, Ordinary Seaman A. SAGS (1) 1879
Flynn, Able Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Foley, Able Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Foley, Stoker 2nd Class M. SAGS (0)
Formosa, Domestic 1st Class P. SAGS (1) 1879
Foster, Boy 1st Class F. SAGS (0)
Foster, Private J. SAGS (1) 1879
Fowler, Ship's Cook W J. SAGS (1) 1877-8
Fox, Petty Officer Class 1 C. SAGS (0)
Foy, Private P. SAGS (1) 1879
Frampton, Ship's Corporal 1st Class J. SAGS (1) 1879
Freeman, Stoker T. SAGS (0)
Fry, Boy 1st Class W R. SAGS (1) 1879
Fryer, Petty Officer Class 1 G l. SAGS (1) 1879
Furneaux, Ordinary Seaman W. SAGS (0)
Gam, Able Seaman G. SAGS (1) 1879
Gamble, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Gannaway, Able Seaman R. SAGS (1) 1879
George, Ordinary Seaman C J. SAGS (1) 1879
Gibbs, Able Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Gilbert, Boy 1st Class G. SAGS (0)
Gilbert, Blacksmith H T. SAGS (1) 1879
Gillis, Leading Seaman R. SAGS (0)
Gleig, Midshipman C H A. SAGS (0)
Goodall, Ordinary Seaman R. SAGS (1) 1879
Grant, Surgeon R. SAGS (1) 1879
Gray, Stoker W. SAGS (1) 1879
Green, Ordinary Seaman F. SAGS (1) 1879
Green, Armourers Crew J. SAGS (1) 1879
Green, Private J. SAGS (1) 1879
Green, Ropemaker T H. SAGS (0)
Greenaway, Able Seaman W G. SAGS (1) 1879
Griffiths, Gunner T. SAGS (1) 1879
Guyett, Stoker S. SAGS (0)
Habgood, Ordinary Seaman W. SAGS (1) 1879
Hagan, Domestic 2nd Class J. SAGS (0)
Hale, Assistant Paymaster F H. SAGS (0)
Hall, Leading Seaman E T. SAGS (0)
Hall, Ordinary Seaman 2nd Class W T. SAGS (1) 1879
Hand, Able Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Hanley, Ordinary Seaman E. SAGS (1) 1879
Hanmer, Petty Officer Class 1 M. SAGS (1) 1879
Hannon, Able Seaman M. SAGS (1) 1879
Harding, Private G. SAGS (1) 1879
Harkins, Boy 1st Class H. SAGS (0)
Harris, Able Seaman C. SAGS (1) 1879
Harris, Leading Stoker J. SAGS (0)
Harris, Boy 1st Class T. SAGS (1) 1879
Harwood, Stoker 2nd Class J. SAGS (1) 1879
Hatch, Navigating Lieutenant H G. SAGS (0)
Hawkins, Able Seaman A. SAGS (1) 1879
Hawkins, Petty Officer Class 1 W C. SAGS (0)
Hayden, Ordinary Seaman G. SAGS (0)
Hayes, Carpenter's Crew P. SAGS (1) 1879
Hayter, Stoker 2nd Class G. SAGS (0)
Heald, Gunner W. SAGS (0)
Heazle, Corporal J. SAGS (1) 1879
Helbert, Private H. SAGS (1) 1879
Hellyer, Shoemaker R. SAGS (0)
Henwood, Bandsman A. SAGS (0)
Heweil, Midshipman C A. SAGS (0)
Hewitt, Midshipman W W. SAGS (1) 1879
Hill, Painter R. SAGS (0)
Hill, Able Seaman T. SAGS (1) 1879
Hill, Private W. SAGS (1) 1879
Hilton, Stoker 2nd Class J. SAGS (0)
Hinchley, Bugler Boy J. SAGS (1) 1879
Hobbs, Leading Stoker J. SAGS (0)
Hobkirk, Lieutenant E C. SAGS (1) 1879
Hodges, Ordinary Seaman A. SAGS (1) 1879
Holiday, Ordinary Seaman 2nd Class W. SAGS (0)
Holland, Boy 1st Class J. SAGS (0)
Hollands, Ordinary Seaman A. SAGS (0)
Holliday, Ordinary Seaman W. SAGS (0)
Horder, Engine Room Artificer J R. SAGS (0)
Horn, Private J. SAGS (1) 1879
Hoyle, Boy 1st Class W T. SAGS (0)
Hudson, Stoker C. SAGS (0)
Hughes, Able Seaman F. SAGS (1) 1879
Hughes, Stoker 2nd Class H. SAGS (0)
Hughes, Petty Officer Class 1 J. SAGS (1) 1879
Humphries, Ordinary Seaman T. SAGS (1) 1879
Hunter, Ordinary Seaman E. SAGS (1) 1879
Hurlock, Able Seaman H T. SAGS (0)
Hyde, Domestic 2nd Class T. SAGS (0)
James, Domestic 2nd Class J. SAGS (0)
James, Petty Officer Class 2 W. SAGS (1) 1879
Jenkins, Ordinary Seaman G. SAGS (1) 1879
Jennings, Ordinary Seaman H W. SAGS (0)
Jennings, Volunteer Able Seaman R V. SAGS (1) 1879
Jessop, Cook's Mate G. SAGS (0)
Jones, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Keap, Ordinary Seaman W H. SAGS (1) 1879
Kelley, Ordinary Seaman W. SAGS (0)
Kelly, Able Seaman T. SAGS (1) 1879
Killbery, Boatswain J W. SAGS (0)
King, Leading Seaman C. SAGS (1) 1879
King, Writer 3rd Class W. SAGS (0)
Knight, Able Seaman W T. SAGS (1) 1879
Laing, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Laming, Petty Officer Class 2 C. SAGS (0)
Langford, Boy 1st Class E l. SAGS (0)
Langley, Sailmaker's Mate H. SAGS (0)
Lardiard, Bandsman H. SAGS (0)
Larkyus, Drummer J W. SAGS (1) 1879
Lee, Ordinary Seaman W C. SAGS (1) 1879
Lefevre, Boy 1st Class J T. SAGS (0)
Leggett, Able Seaman J E. SAGS (1) 1879
Likemon, Private W. SAGS (1) 1879
Lintern, Boy 1st Class H. SAGS (0)
Lloyd, Able Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Lloyd, Leading Seaman T. SAGS (0)
Lock, Stoker W. SAGS (0)
Lockley, Ordinary Seaman H. SAGS (0)
Love, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Loveless, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Lovett, Skilled Shipwright S. SAGS (0)
Low, Petty Officer Class 2 J. SAGS (0)
Low, Gunner T. SAGS (0)
Luff, Leading Stoker W. SAGS (1) 1879
Lush, Boy 1st Class H. SAGS (0)
Lynch, Stoker W. SAGS (0)
Lynn, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Lyon, Sub Lieutenant H. SAGS (1) 1879
Mack, Stoker 2nd Class D. SAGS (1) 1879
Mackley, Able Seaman C. SAGS (1) 1879
Maddox, Gunner J. SAGS (1) 1879
Mahon, Surgeon E. SAGS (0)
Malam, Stoker G. SAGS (0)
Malby, Able Seaman H W. SAGS (1) 1879
Marlow, Ordinary Seaman G. SAGS (0)
Marshall, Gunner E. SAGS (1) 1879
Marshall, Able Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Martin, Ordinary Seaman E. SAGS (1) 1879
Martin, Ordinary Seaman F. SAGS (1) 1879
Martin, Staff Surgeon J H. SAGS (1) 1879
Martin, Able Seaman T. SAGS (1) 1879
Mason, Master at Arms J. SAGS (0)
Mason, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Masterman, Lieutenant J. SAGS (0)
Mathison, Stoker J. SAGS (0)
Matthews, Private J. SAGS (1) 1879
Mayers, Stoker 2nd Class J. SAGS (0)
Maynard, Sailmaker’s Crew J H. SAGS (1) 1879
Mazula, Petty Officer Class 1 A. SAGS (0)
McCartan, Bombardier M. SAGS (1) 1879
McCarthy, Ordinary Seaman D. SAGS (1) 1879
McClure, Boy 1st Class J. SAGS (0)
McCullum, Ordinary Seaman D. SAGS (0)
McGourlick, Ordinary Seaman O. SAGS (0)
McGrath, Boy 1st Class R. SAGS (0)
McGrath, Ordinary Seaman W. SAGS (1) 1879
McIntyre, Able Seaman A. SAGS (0)
Meades, Ordinary Seaman E. SAGS (0)
Mercy, Stoker P. SAGS (0)
Merritt, Able Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Merritt, Stoker 2nd Class J. SAGS (1) 1879
Meyer, Private J. SAGS (1) 1879
Mills, Ship's Cook G A. SAGS (0)
Mills, Butcher H. SAGS (1) 1879
Mitchell, Able Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Mitchell, Torpedo Artificer R. SAGS (1) 1879
Monaghan, Private J. SAGS (0)
Montague, Domestic 2nd Class F. SAGS (0)
Moore, Leading Stoker A. SAGS (0)
Moray, Able Seaman W. SAGS (1) 1879
Morris, Cooper H T. SAGS (0)
Morris, Petty Officer Class 1 T. SAGS (1) 1879
Mortimer, Petty Officer Class 1 D. SAGS (1) 1879
Mould, Boy 1st Class W. SAGS (0)
Murphy, Boy 1st Class W. SAGS (0)
Murray, Ordinary Seaman C. SAGS (0)
Musselwhite, Domestic 2nd Class W. SAGS (0)
Neck, Tailor H. SAGS (0)
Newans, Leading Stoker J T. SAGS (0)
Newbury, Boy 1st Class A. SAGS (0)
Nicolls, Chaplain And Naval Instructor A. SAGS (0)
Nightscales, Ordinary Seaman B. SAGS (0)
Norman, Engine Room Artificer C. SAGS (0)
Norrie, Ordinary Seaman T. SAGS (1) 1879
O'Malley, Fleet Surgeon J N J. SAGS (0)
O’Connor, Ordinary Seaman 2nd Class C l. SAGS (1) 1879
Ogilvie, Volunteer Able Seaman P A. SAGS (1) 1879
Oliver, Carpenter's Crew T. SAGS (1) 1879
Pafford, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Parfit, Gunner F. SAGS (1) 1879
Parfitt, Private G. SAGS (1) 1879
Parker, Boy 1st Class G. SAGS (0)
Passingham, Ordinary Seaman W. SAGS (0)
Pawsey, Sergeant C. SAGS (1) 1879
Payne, Boy 1st Class C A. SAGS (1) 1879
Payne, Ordinary Seaman H. SAGS (1) 1879
Pearse, Private H. SAGS (1) 1879
Peppernell, Leading Stoker J. SAGS (0)
Perry, Signalman 3rd Class E l. SAGS (1) 1879
Perry, Able Seaman F. SAGS (1) 1879
Phillips, Boy 1st Class A. SAGS (0)
Phillips, Boy 1st Class A E. SAGS (0)
Phillips, Engine Room Artificer J. SAGS (0)
Phillips, Private T T. SAGS (0)
Philpott, Boy 1st Class C. SAGS (1) 1879
Philpott, Ordinary Seaman H. SAGS (1) 1879
Plaice, Ordinary Seaman R H. SAGS (0)
Plastine, Leading Seaman W T. SAGS (1) 1879
Pocknell, Boy 1st Class E. SAGS (1) 1879
Pollard, Surgeon E R H. SAGS (1) 1879
Ponsford, Stoker F. SAGS (0)
Porter, Able Seaman E. SAGS (1) 1879
Potts, Stoker T. SAGS (1) 1879
Pragnell, Ordinary Seaman T. SAGS (1) 1879
Preedy, Lieutenant H. SAGS (1) 1879
Pyer, Signalman T. SAGS (1) 1879
Quayle, Ordinary Seaman E A. SAGS (0)
Quick, Schoolmaster W l. SAGS (0)
Ramsey, Paymaster W B. SAGS (0)
Ransome, Petty Officer Class 1 H. SAGS (1) 1879
Rees, Boy 1st Class D. SAGS (0)
Reid, Ordinary Seaman F. SAGS (0)
Reid, Boy 1st Class J. SAGS (0)
Reid, Signalman 3rd Class W F. SAGS (1) 1879
Rich, Leading Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Richards, Commodore F W. SAGS (1) 1879
Richardson, Ordinary Seaman W H. SAGS (1) 1879
Riley, Boy 1st Class R. SAGS (1) 1879
Roach, Petty Officer Class 2 J. SAGS (1) 1879
Roberts, Gunner A J. SAGS (0)
Robins, Able Seaman G. SAGS (0)
Robyns, Lieutenant J W. SAGS (1) 1879
Roche, Ordinary Seaman J. SAGS (0)
Rockall, Ordinary Seaman 2nd Class H. SAGS (1) 1879
Rockett, Boy 1st Class J l. SAGS (0)
Romilly, Commander F. SAGS (1) 1879
Rose, Able Seaman W. SAGS (1) 1879
Rossi, Bandsman L. SAGS (0)
Russel, Ordinary Seaman F. SAGS (1) 1879
Russell, Stoker 2nd Class J. SAGS (0)
Salmon, Ordinary Seaman D. SAGS (0)
Salter, Able Seaman A. SAGS (1) 1879
Sampson, Boy 1st Class J. SAGS (1) 1879
Saunders, Stoker C. SAGS (1) 1879
Saunders, Corporal G. SAGS (0)
Scott, Sub Lieutenant A L. SAGS (0)
Scott, Bandsman G. SAGS (0)
Scott, Boy 1st Class J W. SAGS (0)
Scrivens, Ordinary Seaman A. SAGS (1) 1879
Seal, Ordinary Seaman G. SAGS (1) 1879
Seger, Carpenter's Mate J. SAGS (0)
Sellers, Ordinary Seaman J W. SAGS (0)
Silk, Ordinary Seaman F E. SAGS (0)
Sismey, Able Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Slugg, Sergeant R. SAGS (1) 1879
Smith, Signalman 2nd Class W C. SAGS (1) 1879
Smith, Petty Officer Class 1 W H. SAGS (0)
Smythies, Lieutenant P K. SAGS (1) 1879
Snell, Ordinary Seaman G. SAGS (1) 1879
Soper, Yeoman of Signals W D. SAGS (0)
Speak, Ordinary Seaman J L. SAGS (0)
Spear, Petty Officer Class 1 E. SAGS (1) 1879
Spencer, Bandsman J. SAGS (0)
Sponder, Ordinary Seaman G. SAGS (0)
Squibb, Blacksmith's Crew H. SAGS (0)
Stamp, Private T. SAGS (1) 1879
Stander, Bandsman O. SAGS (0)
Stephens, Stoker J. SAGS (1) 1879
Stevens, Petty Officer Class 1 C. SAGS (1) 1879
Stevens, Stoker J. SAGS (0)
Stewart, Caulker W. SAGS (0)
Styles, Private W. SAGS (1) 1879
Sullivan, Petty Officer Class 1 J. SAGS (1) 1879
Sutton, Stoker W. SAGS (1) 1879
Sydenham, Stoker J. SAGS (0)
Taylor, Able Seaman C. SAGS (1) 1879
Taylor, Plumber C. SAGS (1) 1879
Temlett, Bugler Boy W H. SAGS (0)
Thomas, Able Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Thomas, Stoker L. SAGS (0)
Thomas, Boy 1st Class R. SAGS (0)
Thomas, Petty Officer Class 1 T. SAGS (0)
Thompson, Writer 1st Class W H. SAGS (0)
Thorne, Domestic 2nd Class S. SAGS (0)
Turner, Ordinary Seaman D. SAGS (1) 1879
Turner, Skilled Shipwright R. SAGS (0)
Twiss, Captain G O. SAGS (1) 1879
Tylee, Ordinary Seaman 2nd Class W. SAGS (1) 1879
Upton, Boy 1st Class E. SAGS (0)
Valentine, Sub Lieutenant F A. SAGS (0)
Vasey, Surgeon S W. SAGS (1) 1879
Vernon, Boy 1st Class W. SAGS (0)
Wadling, Bugler Boy C L. SAGS (0)
Walker, Domestic 2nd Class S. SAGS (0)
Walsh, Leading Stoker D C. SAGS (0)
Warren, Boy 1st Class S. SAGS (0)
Warrender, Midshipman G J S. SAGS (1) 1879
Warton, Ordinary Seaman G. SAGS (1) 1879
Waskett, Private G. SAGS (0)
Way, Boy 1st Class J. SAGS (0)
Webb, Leading Seaman H W. SAGS (1) 1879
Wellstead, Carpenter's Crew C H. SAGS (1) 1879
West, Naval Cadet Gilbert R. SAGS (0)
White, Private F G. SAGS (1) 1879
White, Armourer H. SAGS (1) 1879
White, Able Seaman J. SAGS (1) 1879
Whitefield, Able Seaman C. SAGS (1) 1879
Whitmore, Ordinary Seaman B. SAGS (0)
Whitton, Boy 1st Class A. SAGS (0)
Wilkins, Sailmaker J H. SAGS (1) 1879
Wilkins, Engine Room Artificer T. SAGS (0)
Wilkins, Private T. SAGS (0)
Wilks, Domestic 3rd Class H. SAGS (0)
Williams, Engineer S l. SAGS (0)
Wise, Boy 1st Class S. SAGS (0)
Wiseman, Boy 1st Class J G. SAGS (0)
Witheridge, Petty Officer Class 1 S. SAGS (1) 1879
Wolstenholme, Boy 1st Class H. SAGS (0)
Woodard, Ordinary Seaman W l. SAGS (1) 1879
Woodrow, Ordinary Seaman 2nd Class F. SAGS (1) 1879
Woods, Ordinary Seaman H. SAGS (1) 1879
Woods, Able Seaman W. SAGS (0)
Wright, Bandsman H. SAGS (0)
Wright, Private S. SAGS (0)
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SAGS (1) 1879 (G. Eastwood. Stoker, 2. Cl: H.M.S. “Boadicea”)

George William Eastwood was born at Portslade, Sussex, on 14 November 1856, and joined the Navy in December 1874. After service aboard Devastation, Duke of Wellington and Asia, he joined Boadicea as a Stoker 2nd Class in April 1878 and served in her until April 1882, having advanced to Stoker in August 1879. His South Africa medal was sent to his next ship Thalia in May 1882. He eventually achieved the rate of Chief Stoker and was ‘shore pensioned’ on 16 January 1895.
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SAGS (0) (J. N. J. O’Malley. Fleet Surgn. R.N. HMS “Boadicea.”)

James Nicholas Joseph O’Malley was born on 29 September 1832, and joined the Royal Navy as an Assistant Surgeon on 23 April 1856. He became a Surgeon on 18 November 1865, and Fleet Surgeon on 28 November 1877. He served as Fleet Surgeon aboard HMS Boadicea at the Cape of Good Hope and West Coast of Africa from 24 April 1878 until 2 June 1882 when paid off. He retired on 29 September 1887, and died on 30 June 1908.
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SAGS (0) (A. Newbury, Boy 1 Cl., H.M.S. Boadicea);
1914-15 Star (97886 A. Newbery, C.P.O., R.N.);
British War and Victory Medals (97886 A. Newbury, C.P.O., R.N.);
Royal Navy LS&GC VR, narrow suspension, impressed naming (A. Newbery, Gr’s Mte., H.M.S. Excellent)

Alfred Newbery was born at Gosport in September 1861 and entered the Royal Navy as a Boy 2nd Class in August 1876. Present in H.M.S. Boadicea during the operations off South Africa in 1879 (Medal), he was appointed Gunner’s Mate in April 1887 and was awarded his Long Service and Good Conduct Medal in October 1889. Pensioned ashore as a Chief Petty Officer in May 1904, he enrolled in the Royal Fleet Reserve and was duly recalled on the outbreak of hostilities in August 1914. He subsequently appears to have served as a C.P.O. Instructor for much of the war and was demobilised from H.M.S. Mars in September 1919.
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DSO VR gold;
SAGS (0) (Sub: Lieut: F. A. Valentine, R.N, H.M.S. “Boadicea”);
East and West Africa 1887 (1) 1887-8 (Lieut. F. A. Valentine R.N., H.M.S. Acorn.)

DSO London Gazette 9 March 1888. One of three awards of the DSO for this expedition, the other two going to Army officers.

Lieutenant Valentine commanded the Naval Brigade attached to the military expedition against the Yonnies in 1887 under Colonel Sir Francis De Winton, being Gazetted with praise and awarded the Distinguished Service Order.

Noonan's say only 38 medals with clasp ‘1887-8’ awarded to the Royal Navy.

Francis Alfrid Valentine was born on 25 March 1858, at Whixley Vicarage, York. He was the only son of the Reverend William Valentine, Vicar of Whixley. He entered the Royal Navy as a Naval Cadet aboard the Training Ship Britannia on 15 July 1871, when aged 13 years. On passing out of Britannia in 1873 he was awarded a 1st Class Certificate and gained 12 months' seniority and was immediately promoted to Midshipman.

On 19 July 1873 he was appointed to HMS Northumberland and served in this vessel until he was transferred to Narcissus on 9 June 1875. Subsequently appointed to the receiving ship Duke of Wellington on 23 May 1877. On promotion to Sub Lieutenant on 18 July 1877 he joined Excellent for a Gunnery Course and College Examinations. On passing out of College he obtained a 2nd Class Certificate in Gunnery and 3rd Class Certificates in Seamanship and Navigation. Following his appointment to Boadicea on 13 September 1878, he saw service in the Zulu war and was awarded the Zulu Medal without clasp. Whilst serving a three and a half year commission aboard Boadicea he was promoted to Acting Lieutenant, during the period 3 March to 13 May 1881 and 18 September 1881 to 3 February 1882, whilst deployed on detached service during anti slave running patrols off the East African coast whilst in Command of Boadicea’s cutter. He was praised by Captain F. W. Richards for his share in the expedition for the destruction of Batanga villages on 22 March 1880.

On paying off from Boadicea he was confirmed in the rank of Lieutenant on 15 February 1882, and appointed to Thalia on 11 April 1882. He joined Duke of Wellington on 25 March 1882, followed by Osprey on 19 September 1882. In the latter vessel he was to continue his previous service in the suppression of the slave trade. During nearly four years spent in this vessel he spent a considerable time on detached service in Command of Osprey’s various small boats and was deployed far and wide. His patrol areas included the Red Sea, Zanzibar, the Maffic Channel in the Common Islands, and off the east cost of Arabia.

On paying off from Osprey he returned to England for a period of well earned paid leave followed by three months on half-pay. He was next appointed to Shannon on 7 August 1886, and to Acorn as 1st Lieutenant on 22 February 1887. During a four and a half year commission aboard Acorn he was landed in charge of a small Naval Brigade from H.M. Ships Acorn, Icarus and Rifleman, which was attached to the military expedition under Colonel Sir Travvers de Winton sent to punish the Yonnies, a tribe of people living in the hinterland of Serira Leone. This service was extremely arduous owing to the density of the forest which had to be traversed and the continual fusillade which was kept up by the concealed enemy from their muzzle loaders which fired rough bits of iron and small shot.

During the campaign the Yonnies showed much skill in devising ambush stockades and other obstacles so as to bring the troops to a standstill under their fire. Robari, the Yonnie stronghold, was eventually reached, shelled, set on fire by rockets, and taken. The rebellious chiefs then submitted and the expedition returned to the coast.

For his services on the expedition Valentine was specially recommended by Colonel Sir F. De Winton and Rear-Admiral Sir W J Hunt Grubbe and in consequence their Lordships awarded him the Distinguished Service Order. He also received their Lordships' expression of satisfaction for the services he had rendered to the military expedition.

When Acorn was paid off on her return to England he was appointed to Wildfire whilst he took three months' full pay leave, followed by a further three months' on shore at half-pay. His next appointment was to Audacious which he joined on 23 December 1891. He was then returned ashore on half-pay on 18 September 1892. He next joined President for Transport Duties on 10 February 1893, then again was placed on shore with half-pay on 27 June 1893. He rejoined President for Transport Duties on 24 June 1893 and then retumed to shore on half-pay until appointed to Victory on 14 July 1894. Whilst in this posting he was placed in charge of reliefs for Nyassa and for Special Service Gunboats on 25 September 1894. He was next appointed to Excellent on 1 December 1894, for Instructional Duties on the Acting Sub Lieutenant's Course. Whilst in this posting he became ill and was discharged to Haslar Hospital on 21 August 1897, and died from heart failure on the following day, at the comparatively young age of 39 years. His funeral took place on 24 August 1897, and he was buried in the 'New' Haslar Cemetery in Clayall Road, Portsmouth, the burial service being conducted by Chaplain J. Black of HMS Excellent.
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CB (Military) s/g n/b;
IGS 1854 (1) Perak (H. Lyon, Midsn. H.M.S. “Charybdis”);
SAGS (1) 1879 (Sub: Lieut: H. Lyon. R.N. H.M.S. “Boadicea.”);
1914-15 Star (Capt. H. Lyon. R.N.R.);
British War and Victory Medals, with MID (Commre. 2 Cl.H. Lyon. R.N.R.);
Ottoman Empire, Nichan-Imtiaz Medal, gold (Capt. H. Lyon R.N. 3rd Sept. 07.);
Ottoman Empire, Nichan-Imtiaz Medal, silver (Capt. H. Lyon R.N. 3rd Sept. 07.);
Greece, Kingdom, Order of the Redeemer, 3rd Class neck badge, gold and enamels, in its Lemaitre, Paris case of issue with neck ribbon, small enamel chip to reverse central cross;
Spain, Kingdom, Order of Naval Merit, 3rd Class breast star, white model (special service), silver-gilt and enamels, in its Cejalvo, Madrid case of issue;
Spain, Kingdom, Order of Military Merit, white model (special service), silver-gilt and enamels, in its José Mayor, Madrid case of issue;
Spain, Kingdom, Order of Isabella the Catholic, 3rd Class neck badge, silver-gilt, gold and enamels

Herbert Lyon was born on 28 December 1856, at Woodley, Pilkington, Lancashire. He was the son of A. W. Lyon J.P., of Abbots Clownholme, Rochester, Stafford, and was educated at Windlesham House, Brighton, and the Reverend H. Burney's Royal Academy, Gosport. He entered the Royal Navy as a Cadet aboard the Training Ship Britannia, which he joined on 15 January 1870, at the age of 13. On passing out in December 1871 he gained six months’ sea time, and joined his first ship H.M.S. Sultan in December 1871, being promoted to Midshipman on 20 June 1872.

He was appointed to Charybdis in October 1873 for service with the East Indies Squadron, and served aboard this ship for nearly three years, seeing action on shore with the Naval Brigade during the Lingi and Lukat River expeditions, the Straits of Malacca, and at Perak. For these services he received the Indian General Service medal with clasp 'Perak'. On returning to England, Lyon joined Topaz in June 1878, having been promoted to Sub Lieutenant on 20 June 1876. Next appointed to Excellent in September 1877 for College and examination, on passing out he was awarded a 2nd Class Certificate in Seamanship and 3rd Class Certificates in Gunnery and Navigation.

In April 1878 Lyon joined Boadicea for service on the Cape of Good Hope Station and West Coast of Africa. Whilst in this ship he was landed in Zululand with the Naval Brigade, and served on shore from 19 March to 6 August, 1879. He was mentioned in Despatches by Commodore Sir Frederick Richards and recommended for promotion, having been in all of the operations leading to the relief of Ekowe and commanded a Gatling gun at Ginghilovo. For his services he was promoted to Acting Lieutenant on 21 January 1880 and appointed to Flora; he was later confirmed in this rank with seniority of 7 February 1880.

In September 1880 he joined President for study and examination; on qualifying, he joined Garnet in July 1891. As a Lieutenant he served aboard Rifleman from November 1881; Himalaya from May 1883; Hercules from September 1884; Tourmaline from August 1886; Duke of Wellington from November 1889; and Impregnable from March 1890. He was promoted to Commander on 30 June 1894, and joined Vivid in September 1895. Lyon then served aboard Pelican from January 1898; Curacoa from February 1899; and Cleopatra from August 1900. On promotion to Captain on 31 December 1900, he took command of Sirius in July 1901, followed by: Retribution in June 1902; Vivid in October 1904; Trafalgar in April 1905; Cornwall in March 1906; Formidable in January 1907; and finally Tamar in August 1908, as Commodore 2nd Class and Naval Officer in Charge Hong Kong. Whilst holding this post he was appointed an ADC to King Edward VII on 5 November 1908. In 1907, during the King’s visit to Spain, Malta and cruise in the Mediterranean, Lyon was awarded various Spanish and Turkish decorations, ‘private’ permission to wear being confirmed in most cases in his record of service, and all confirmed in Who’s Who.

On returning to England, Lyon was promoted to Rear-Admiral on 14 April 1910, and at his own request placed on the Retired List on 24 January 1913. On the outbreak of World War I he offered his services to the Admiralty in any capacity available. He was appointed a Captain RNR on 16 November 1914, and given Command of the Yacht Safar El Bahr on 23 August 1915, for service in the Eastern Mediterranean. On 24 October 1915, he was promoted to Vice-Admiral, and in October 1916 he was appointed to Egmont for charge of all armed patrol vessels at Malta, as Commodore 2nd Class RNR remaining in this post until the end of the war. He was brought to their Lordships favourable notice by Rear-Admiral Ballard for valuable services whilst in Command of escort vessels at Malta and was awarded the CB (Military) for services in charge of auxiliary patrols, Malta (London Gazette 15 July 1918).

He was admitted to Bighi Hospital, Malta, in February 1919, and died there on 15 March 1919, from illness contracted while serving afloat. He is buried in Ta Braxia Cemetery, Malta.
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