27 July 2000
CRIMEA 1854-56, one clasp, Alma (Lieut. Wm. S. Worthington, 33rd Foot), engraved in the 'official' Hunt & Roskell style, claw repaired, very fine
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Lieutenant William Stenhouse Worthington was severely wounded at the Battle of Alma on 20.9.1854. Whilst with the Colours he was shot through both legs, injuries that led to an amputation and ultimately his demise on 24.9.1854.
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