Long-service medal awarded to Inspector Hector MacLean (Eachann Ceitidh) of Torosa, Cornaigmore, from the Dumbartonshire Police department around 1952. One side of the medal bears Justice and reads “for exemplary police service”, while the other bears the head of King George VI. This version of the medal was awarded to full-time police officers with 20 years of service over the period 1951-1954. Includes cardboard presentation box.


Object Details

Other Number: not specified
Normal Location: Pedestal Unit 1: drawer 3
Current Location: normal location

2 thoughts on “2016.66.1

  1. Gordon McConnell

    According to my source Hector Eachainn more b.8.6.1874 Baugh was the son of Allan master mariner b.1819 and Euphemia MacDonald b.1835. Hector had a sister Catherine Kate or Gaelic Ceite b.1869 son Hector Police CID built Torosa for his mother. Any clarity?


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