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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - An article from The Salisbury Journal of the 12th August 1999 (Copyright) which contains five images showing Privates Karl Hampton, Paul Upton, Leon Upton, Tristan Rossiter, Richard Martin and L/Corporal Tim Rowley with 2nd Lieutenant Andy French; the article relates to operations in Bosnia
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A Character Certificate, dated 1920, for Private Alfred Martin. The certificate states that Private Martin "has been 'Good', intelligent, Active and hardworking."
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A parchment Discharge Certificate for Private Alfred Martin dated the 30th June, 1908.
2nd/4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A Memorial card, black edged, and containing the words "In Ever Loving Memory of Sergeant Lionel Lever (Siddy) Martin, Who died of Wounds by a Gas Shell, May 11th, 1918, Age 21 years, 6 Months."
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A newspaper report from Northern Ireland in 1974 (Copyright) headed ? We are told the road may be mined?. It relates to patrols carried out by Major Mike Martin and his company.
Person(s): Martin, M, Major;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A next of kin plaque given to the relations of Private 19045 Sidney Martin who died on the 17th February 1917, aged 32. He is buried in the Royal Berkshire Extension cemetery. He was the husband of Agnes Mabel Martin, of 12 Macklin Road, Salisbury. This object was also known as a Death plaque or a dead mans penny and was sent to the next of kin of all those who fell in the 1st World War. This plaque comes together with its original packing.
Person(s): Martin, S, Private;
6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - Next-of-Kin Plaque for L/Corporal 11890 Alfred Martin who was killed in action on 17th February 1917, at the age of 32 years old and is buried at the Regina Trench Military Cemetery in France.
Person(s): Martin, A, L/Corporal;
6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - Memorial Certificate for L/Corporal 11890 A J Martin who was killed in action on 17th February 1917, at the age of 32 years old and is buried at the Regina Trench Military Cemetery in France.
Person(s): Martin, A J, L/Corporal;
5th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A handwritten account of the landing at Juno Beach, Normandy in June 1944 by Major G V Martin, MC. He was the officer in command of ?B? Company.
Person(s): Martin, G V, Major;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A Record of Service for Captain Archibald Victor Towell Martin, who was born on 22nd October 1880. It covers the period from 1899 to 1912.
Person(s): Martin, A V T;
Royal Berkshire Regiment - A series of documents belonging to F Moor. The documents consist of typed copies of diary extracts (that covers the period 3rd July 1917 to 27th October 1917), a list of those mentioned in the 1917 Diary or simply remembered, a message form, a document entitled 'Reflections in 1979', and an account of a proposed landing on the coast of Belgium (near Ostend) in 1917.
Person(s): Moor, F; Bishop, Captain; Belcher, Sargent; Bland, Lieutenant; Boshell, Captain; Bray, Lieutenant; Busby, Private; Bushell, Private; Carr, Lieutenant; Cheshire, Private; Clarke, Lieutenant; Crampin, 2nd Lieutenant; Dempsey, Lieutenant; Dewing, Lieutenant Colonel; Dimore- Brown, 2nd Lieutenant; Dolby, 2nd Lieutenant; Drury; Emery, Private; Footman, Captain; Fortune, Brigadier General; Glenister, 2nd Lieutenant; Goodship, 2nd Lieutenant; Gordon, 2nd Lieutenant; Gregson-Ellis, Lieutenant; Guy, 2nd Lieutenant; Hanney, 2nd Lieutenant; Harvey, 2nd Lieutenant; Heale, 2nd Lieutenant; Hinde, 2nd Lieutenant; Holland, 2nd Lieutenant; Holmes, Corporal; Holton, 2nd Lieutenant; Irman, R S M; Jones, Private; Johnson, 2nd Lieutenant; Joy, Sergent; Kenny, 2nd Lieutenant; Kingerlee, 2nd Lieutenant; Lane, Private; Langston, 2nd Lieutenant; Lawrance, Captain,; Lawrence, Captain,; Lee; McEmery, Private; Macmillan; Martin, Sargent; Mecey, Lieutenant; Merrifield, Lieutenant; Mellish, Private; Montgomery, Major- General; Morley, Lieutenant; Morris, 2nd Lieutenant; Naysmith; Neale, Private; Nugent, Captain; Oliver, 2nd Lieutenant; Paine, Lieutenant; Partington, Private; Pershing, General; Philips; Pinniger, 2nd Lieutenant; Pocock, 2nd Lieutenant; Rawlinson, General; Remmant, 2nd Lieutenant; Rowland, Sergent; Russel, Sargent; Seton, Private; Shaw, Private; Spencer, Captain; Stilton, Private; Stocken, 2nd Lieutenant; Stroud, Lieutenant Corporal; Taylor, Private; Thame, R S M; Tisard, 2nd Lieutenant; Tosetti, Major; Turner, 2nd Lieutenant; de Vitre, 2nd Lieutenant; Waldron, Corporal; Wallace, 2nd Lieutenant; Walls; Wells, 2nd Lieutenant; Weedon, 2nd Lieutenant; Willafit, Lance Corporal; Woolvit, Private; Willof, Lance Corporal; Yates, Brigadier Major; Young, Lance Corporal;
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A soldier's 'Small' book belonging to Private Alfred Martin who enrolled on the 2nd July 1900 (at the age of 18). The document includes information concerning Martin's service abroad (In Gibraltar, Egypt, the Sudan and Ireland), Musketry and Gunnery Classifications, and Special Acquirements.
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A Discharge Certificate for Private Alfred Martin dated 31st March, 1920. Private Martin was born in 1880 and enlisted in 1900.
2nd/4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A Memorial Scroll sent to the next-of-kin of L/Sergeant Lionel Lever Martin who died from wounds on the 11th May, 1918.
2nd/4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A typed transcription of a letter, dated 28 June 1918 from the Reverend W. L. Arrowsmith sent to the mother of L/Sergeant Lionel Lever Martin concerning his death. In the letter, Reverend Arrowsmith informs Sergeant Martin's mother of how he died. There is a transcript of the letter to accompany the original
Royal Hampshire Regiment ? An order of service for Lieutenant Colonel Michael James Martin who died on the 11th July, 2016. He served as a Company Commander with 1 DERR in Northern Ireland in the 1970s.
Person(s): Martin, M J, Lieutenant Colonel;
5th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A collection of documents belonging to Captain P. J. Prior, the documents cover the period 1939 to 1945. Included are three speeches made to troops concerning the victory over Germany, they are dated May and June 1945 and May 1946; three Menus, the first menu is dated the 29th of November 1944, the second Friday 25th of July 1947 (the dinner was held by General Sir Miles C Dempsey), and the date of the third is unknown. Two of the Menu's have a handwritten or signatured list of attendees in them, one has the names of attendees typed in order of rank inside and on the back cover of the menu. The document includes an issue of the 'Battalion News' dated the 28th of March 1945, the location given is West Germany. There are three documents that contained detailed information on proceedures (or orders) to follow. The document includes a number of training manuals for various courses, photocopies of fitness and medical records and a memoir entitled 'Fifty Years Ago Today' written by P J Prior CBE, DL and dated the 6th of June 1994 which recalls the D Day landings.
Person(s): Prior, P. J, CBE, DL Captain; Witkowski, J; Dempsey, M, C, Sir, Colonel General; McCracken, F, W, N, Sir, Lieutenant-General; Collins, R, J, Major- General; Fullbrook- Leggatt, Q, O, Major General; Tindall Lucas, C, H, Major General; Francis, S, G, Brigadier General; Aveline, A, P, Brigadier; Hanney, W, C, A, Brigadier; Hughes, A, C, Brigadier; Leslie, J, T, Brigadier; Pawle, H, Brigadier; Smith, K, P, Brigadier; Tremellen, L, Brigadier; Field, G, S, Colonel; Hibbert, A, P, J, Colonel; Morris, C, E, Colonel; Sharpe, A, G, M, Colonel; Simmer, Sir P, Colonel; Allen, K, H, H, Lieutenant Colonel; Barker, F, G, Lieutenant Colonel; Bassett, J, R, Lieutenant Colonel; Brownrigg, P, H, A, Lieutenant Colonel; Buckham, A, H, Lieutenant Colonel; Digby, R, M, Lieutenant Colonel; Eagar, E, F, Lieutenant Colonel; Du Pre Finch, H, Lieutenant Colonel; Hanning, A, S, Lieutenant Colonel; Harris, J, C, Q, Lieutenant Colonel; Hawkins, L, Lieutenant Colonel; Hayward, P, H, C, Lieutenant Colonel; Helby, I, D, H, Lieutenant Colonel; Davidson- Houston, W, E, C, Lieutenant Colonel; Hudson, Sir, A, Lieutenant Colonel; Jackson, G, S, Lieutenant Colonel; Lucas, R, H, A, Lieutenant Colonel; MacDowel, H, G, S, Lieutenant Colonel; MacLean, D, N, Lieutenant Colonel; Orr, E, A, B, Lieutenant Colonel; Sawyer, G, H, Lieutenant Colonel; Sinclair, D, C, S, Lieutenant Colonel; Sugrue, J, H, Lieutenant Colonel; Taffs, A, L, Lieutenant Colonel; Taylor, F, E, A, Lieutenant Colonel; Trimmer- Thompson, G, Lieutenant Colonel; Verey, H, P, Lieutenant Colonel; Acton, G, D, Major; Ambler, D, B, J, Major; Arbuthnot, G, H, Major; Barton, F, M, Major; Beer, D, F, L, Major; Bradshaw, A, V, Major; Brown, W, B, E, Major; Bromhead, R, B, G, Major; Morton-Clarke, J, C, M, Major; Coker, J, F, Major; Cockcraft, W, C, Major; Dale, C, G, Major; Daw, A, F, Major; Donaldson, I, G, Major; Flood, G, R, Major; Gabain, E, F, Major; Gibb, G, F, Major; Godfrey, D, C, Major; Gorle, H, V, Major; Greet, R, H, Major; Hight, P, H, Major; Hill, L, J, L, Major; Hope, R, J, Major; Jenkins, L, K, Major; Lear, C, J, Major; Macer, T, H, Major; Martin, J. H, S, Major; Meyer, P, B, Major; Mills, W, G, S, Major; Moore, F, J, W, H, Major; Norton, E, R, Major; Prichard, L, O, Major; Ray, E, B, A, Major; Ready, J, B, Major; Riddell, R, H, Major; Robinson, L, B, Major; Savill, H, Major; Chaplin-Snowden, A, Major; Turner, H, A, Major; Tynan, F, Major; Webb, P, B, Major; West, D, R, C, Major; Woodroffe, D, R, C, Major; Baker, A, A, J, Captain; Barns, J, F, F, Captain; Barter, H, D, F, Captain; Cree, T, M, Captain; Dempsey, M, C, Captain; Dodds, R, Captain; Francis, E, L, Captain; Gilding, E, M, Captain; Hobson, B, Captain; Holden, E, G, Captain; Hood, D, Captain; Moss, T, Captain; Redford, N, Captain; Tuffill, C, M, Captain; Walenn, J, S,C, Captain; Ward, H, L, F, Captain; Watson, C, R, Captain; Youlde, W, J, C, Captain; Cummings, G, R, J, Lieutenant; Wallis, R, L, Lieutenant; Simmonds, F, A;
Wiltshire Regiment - A page from "The Daily Telegraph" (Copyright), dated 10th May 1989, with an article entitled "Martin leads Pershing mission". It is regarding Major Peter Martin whi was competing in Small Bore Rifle Championships.
Person(s): Martin, P, Major;