Indian Mutiny Medal, bar Lucknow, Private Robert Bull, 38th (South Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot, disabled by a wound at Lucknow on 15th March 1858, later died on 24th October 1858.
Officially impressed: “R. Bull. 38th Regt”
Private Bull received his severe wound on 15th March 1858, which was the final day when the British were victorious in relieving Lucknow.
4021 Private Robert Bull served with the 1st Staffordshire Regiment during the Indian Mutiny, he was disabled by a wound at Lucknow on 15th March 1858 and later died on 24th October 1858.
The 38th was in the Third Infantry Brigade under Brigadier P.M.M. Grey, with the 34th and 53rd Foot, in the second division under General Sir Lingard at Lucknow, in action from the 2nd to the 21st March 1858, the total casualties to the Brigade, which mostly occured on the 15th March were 2 Killed and 32 Wounded.