Hi Guys Thought Id post some info on VC winners because there isnt that much... Corporal John Prettyjohn RM 2nd November 1854 – Crimea Reported for gallantry at the Battle of Inkerman. Bombardier Thomas Wilkinson RMA 5th June 1855 – Crimea Specially recommended for gallantry during the siege of Sebastopol. Lieutenant George Dare Dowell RMA 13th July 1855 – Viborg, Baltic Sea Proceeded under heavy fire to bring a cutter’s crew to safety. Captain Lewis Stratford Tollemache Halliday RMLI 24th June 1900 – Peking Legations Boxer Rebellion Led 20 Marines, engaged the enemy and received severe injuries. He went on to kill three assailants. Lance-Corporal Walter Richard Parker RMLI 1st May 1915 – Portsmouth Battalion Gallipoli Displayed conspicuous gallantry under heavy and accurate enemy fire when leading his men to recover casualties. Major Francis William Harvey RMLI 31st May 1916 – HMS LION, Battle of Jutland Whilst mortally wounded, with great presence of mind and devotion to duty he saved his ship. Major Frederick William Lumsden DSO RMA April 1917 – Weston Front He personally led four artillery teams and a party of infantry through a hostile barrage to recover six enemy guns. Captain Edward Bamford DSO RMLI 24th April 1918 – 4th Battalion RMLI Zeebrugge Under heavy fire, he displayed great initiative in the command of his company and by his total disregard for danger set a magnificent example to his men. Sergeant Norman Augustus Finch RMA 23rd April 1918 – RMA Detachment Zeebrugge Serverly wounded during heavy fire, he continued to direct fire onto the enemy positions. He showed consummate bravery by remaining in his battered and exposed position. Corporal Thomas Peck Hunter RM 3rd April 1945 – 43 Commando Lake Comacchio He charged alone across open ground to attract enemy fire, allowing the rest of his troop to clear buildings of the enemy. Hope it helps !