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VC327 Timothy O’Hea
DIED December 1874 AGE 34
VC Won 9 June 1866 AGE 23
Place VC Won Danville, Quebec, Canada
Name Timothy O’Hea No.
VC Issue No. 327 Awards VC
Regiment Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own), 1st Battalion
Later Royal Green Jackets
Now 2nd and 4th Battalions The Rifles
Rank VC Won Private
Rank End Of Career Private
Place Of Birth Skull, Bantry, Co. Cork, Ireland
Place Of Death Near Noccundra Station at Graham's Creek, Sturt's Desert, Queensland, Australia
Buried/Location Ashes Location unknown, Australia
Headstone Plot/Grave no.
Gazetted 1 June 1867
VC Presented 26 April 1867, Canada
P Named on Rifle Brigade Role of Fame Memorial, Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire
Plaque outside Noccundra Hotel, Queensland, Australia
Plaque at Danville Town Hall, Quebec, Canada
By The Way…
Had his VC action happened now, he would have been awarded the George Cross, as his action was not under enemy fire
VC Held By
Royal Green Jackets Museum, Peninsular Barracks, Romsey Road, Winchester, Hampshire, England
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