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Naval General Service Medal, Private Hale, RM

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Naval General Service Medal, Private Hale, RM

1 Clasp - SYRIA (WILLIAM HALE.). Naming is officially impressed. Very crisp detail, high relief, ribboned, bruised, extremely fine. Accompanied by seven pages of research papers from the National Archives, including copies of his Attestation Paper, Service Records and Discharge Papers. Footnote: William Hale was born in 1809 in Bidford, Alcester, Warwick. He signed his Attestation Paper on September 2, 1831 in Warwick and joined the Royal Marines, listing his trade as that of Carpenter. Hale served aboard five ships during his thirteen years, nine months and five days of service, including H.M.S. Volage (November 1932 - January 1833), Victory (February 1833 - February 1834), Britannia (September 1835 - April 1836), Bellerophon (April 1836 - June 1841) and Illustrious (August 1841 - June 1845). He was tried by Court Martial in 1834 for absentia, after which his conduct was good, producing a Certificate of Good Conduct from H.M.S. Illustrious and had previously served on H.M.S. Bellerophon in the operation on the Coast of Syria, earning him the Syria clasp. The Syrian war is the name generally given to the war of 1839-40 fought in the Middle East, mainly on territory that is now Lebanon, between the Allied Powers of the United Kingdom, the Austrian Empire, the Russian Empire and the Ottoman Empire against the expansionist designs of Muhammad Ali of Egypt, the Pasha of Egypt, tacitly supported by Spain and to a lesser extent July Monarchy France. (BCM822)
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