Waterloo Medal 1815. John March. 1st Battalion 95th Regiment of Foot. Fine to Good Fine
John March 1st battalion 95th Regiment Foot.
Rifle Green at Waterloo shows John March in number 8 coy, that of Captain H. Lee. Enlisting 13.12.1813, the Waterloo musters notes ‘sick absent, wounded’
John March is also returned in the must rolls as Thomas March, they are one and the same man. Born in South Luffenham near Stamford Lincolnshire about 1792. He emlisted into the Rifles at Strabane Co. Tyrone from the Lincoln Militia.
Served for 14 years being discharged in consequence of being blind in the right eye. His conduct as a soldier had been ‘very good’ he served at Waterloo and in France and was wounded at The Battle of Waterloo.
Sold with a copy of the musters, died at Stamford 11.6.1864 at Maltings Yard, Stamford.