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Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal,


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Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal,

Victoria 2nd. Type (swivel), large letters, officially engraved: 3299 PTE. A. STONE, 2Nd. Bn. Gr. Gds. Light contact marks, nearly extremely fine. Private Alfred Stone was born in 1818, South Petherton, Somerset, enlisted 30 January 1837. He served in Canada from 1838 to 1842, and was discharged on 26 June 1860, having completed 21 years. British census of 1881 indicates he lived at the time in England while his wife, Ann Stone, lived at Upper St. Marys, Canada. Sold with copies of service records.
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