ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY BRONZE MEDALS FOR 1854

Prior to 1864 the RHS Annual Reports do not contain a list of those awarded the Bronze medal or Clasp. The following roll with additional information has been extracted by reference to the appropriate manuscript Case Book by Peter Helmore.

(* after Case No indicates more than one Bronze medal for incident.)

Name

Rank or Occupation
(where stated)

Date of Incident

Location

RHS Case number

Bell, J.

Wharfinger

18.1.54

Grand Junction Canal Wendover

15486

Chamney, H.

Corporal 60th Rifles

2.11.53

Cork

15471

Cleary, M.

Sub-Constable

4.11.54

Patricks Quay Cork

15612

Clifton, J.

Labourer

23.7.54

Godmanchester

15563

Harrison, J.

Fisherman

20.4.54

Grimsby Old Dock

15510

Hudson, T.

Mate of Camilla

22.4.54

Waterford

15512

Hughes, E.

 

26.8.54

Conway North Wales

15578

Huston, C.

Chief Mate of Ship Onward

10.9.54

East India Dock

15587

Keir, J.

Carpenters Mate HMS Janus

10.6.54

Off Sheerness

15531

Lillie, A.

Aged 60 Gardener

28.7.54

River Tweed Kelso

15591

Marshall, M.

Aged 18 Schoolboy

21.9.54

Dungarvon Co.Waterford

15605

Rice, E.

AB HMS Bellerophon

14.12.53

Bosphorus

15478

Richmond, J.

Coastguard

8.6.54

Lyme Regis

15535

Robinson, -

Sgt. Major 66th Regiment

28.7.54

River St Laurence Montreal

15592

Smith, D.

Coxswain Pinnace HMS Bellerophon

7.11.53

Bosphorus

15477

Sparrow, J.

Bath Attendant

22.5.54

Surrey Canal Camberwell

15525

Webb, R.

Caulker HMS Cumberland

5.7.54

Baro Sound Baltic

15594

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