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Royal Berkshire Regiment - A Regimental Christmas card for the Regiment signed from Lieutenant Colonel C L Speers and the Officers, 1955

Person(s): Vaughan, K;


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1st Bn Wiltshire Regiment - A Regimental Christmas card for the Regiment sent to the Commanding Officer and Officers of the 1st Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment, from Lieutenant Colonel M Hunter and the Officers, 1st Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment, at Christmas 1955

Person(s): Vaughan, K;


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1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A commemoration bronze next of kin plaque known as ?Dead mans penny? for Private 1500 Charles Henry Payne. He died on the 20th November 1915 from wounds received while fighting in Mesopotamia and is commemorated on the Basra Memorial to the missing. It is believed he was one of the volunteers from the Battalion stationed in India at the time who reinforced other Regiments in this theatre of operations against the Turks.

Person(s): Payne, C H, Private;


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99th Regiment - A diary kept by 2nd Lieutenant (later Lieutenant) Alexander Vaughan Payne, covering the period from 27th November 1878 to 25th September 1879. It includes a list of officers killed at Rorke's Drift on 22nd January 1879. There is also a photocopy of this diary.

Person(s): Payne, A V;


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99th Regiment - A Record of Service (on the Army Form B.199) for Alexander Vaughan Payne, who was born on 31st August 1857 and took part in the Zulu Campaign. The document is dated 1st December 1883.

Person(s): Payne, A V;


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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A mesage or telegram reporting the death of Private J Payne in hospital in South Africa in 1900 - there is a reference to Scrapbook at 98/3

Person(s): Payne, J, Private;


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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A Certificate of Discharge for Private George Payne, who attested at Devizes 25th July 1881. The document is dated 25th June 1894. There are also an Account Book and Savings Bank Account for him containing his 4th, 3rd and 2nd Class Certificates of Education, dated 1887, 1886, 1892 respectively. There is also a certificate issued by a School of Instruction in Army Signalling, awarded to Private George Payne on the 18th May 1889.

Person(s): Payne, G;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - Handwritten Battalion Diary that covers the period from the 11th January 1966 to the 8th February 1973. The document includes maps, orders, newspaper cuttings (from the Board of Trade Journal, entitled 'Metz a l'heure Britannique - the week which was a ten day wonder' written by Elizabeth Hartley; the Hildeshelmer Allgemeine Zeitung, dated Monday the 19th May 1969, including 2 photos), original letters, messages, results from sporting events, and other notes. At the front of the diary a list of the names of the various keepers of the diary has been made. These include Lieutenant A P Seaule, Lieutenant R C Vaughan-Payne, Lieutenant A E G Westlake, Captain R K Titley and Lieutenant D J A Stone.

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