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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A newpaper cutting (Copyright) marked "Weekend News" dated 17 June 1977 explaining how Major West and his children Mark and Helen had been tending the grave of Trudy, a dog who had belonged to a Provost Corporal in the Battalion - photos of their work are held as Atrefact 9972
Royal Berkshire Regiment - A large folder of papers that originally belonged to Colonel F E A Taylor dating from the period 1944 to 1947.
Person(s): Taylor, F E A, Colonel; Mollard, J C S, Captain; Hussey, W, Lieutenant; Lacey, F S, Captain; Tarrant, A E, Lieutenant; Sibthorp, J H, Captain; Smith, L E G, Captain; Holmes, A J, Lieutenant; Bloore, K C, Captain; MacDonald, W M R, Captain; Davies, R P B, Major; Alston, R F, Lieutenant; Staples, J S, Lieutenant; Wall, P D L, Lieutenant; Stampor, S M, Lieutenant; Levy, G L, Lieutenant; West, D R C, Major; Tholwell, K T, Captain; Fletcher, K, Lieutenant; Eddison, F D B, Major; Dougall, D G, Lieutenant; Chatham, G I, Lieutenant; Lambert, G B, Lieutenant; Sparrow, T W F, Captain; Lynch, C J, Lieutnenant; Vincent, H M, Lieutenant; Trim, H M, Lieutenant; Bailley, Captain; McSwiney, Colonel; Baxter, Lieutenant-Colonel; Young, Brigadier; Mylne, Lieutenant-Colonel; Auret, Colonel; Murray-Lyon, Colonel; Cleaver, D N, Captain; Yates, I R, Captain; Messer, R H, Major; Trist, R, Captain; Mollard, C J S, Captain; Rayner, S J, Captain; Rush, D G, Lieutenant; Roan, R, Major; Walsh, J B, Lieutenant; Hallett, J R, Captain; Smith, L E G, Lieutenant; Lambhead, H T, Captain; MacDonald, W, Lieutenant; Spicer, D, Lieutenant; Hodges, T N S, Lieutenant; Sheaffe, P H; Lankshear, H J W;
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A series of photocopied documents including an Intelligence Summary, a Report on Operations, along with other documents. All the documents are handwritten and a number are labelled as Confidential.
Person(s): Simon, M A; Gibbs, H, A, 2nd Lieutenant; Ready, E, C, 2nd Lieutenant; Stokes, V, G, Captain; Jerwood, E, L, Captain; Aveline, A, P, 2nd Lieutenant; Archdale, G, M, 2nd Lieutenant; Brazies, Lieutenant; Denham; Weston, Major; Pocock, G, A; Rivers, M, H, F;
5th Bn, Witshire Regiment - A letter, dated 20th July 2001, from Major (Retd) P. J. Ball on behalf of the Museum Curator, to Mrs S. A. Dollin of Worthing, West Sussex, relating to her grandfather 5093 RSM Sidney Frank West and his military service, dated 1903. There is also a photocopy of his Small Book covering the period between 1898 and 1902 and a photocopy of his Monthly State of the Accounts from the same period. There are also two colour photographs of Basra at this time, the first No 3 BGW Palace and the oher Ashar Creek next to Basra Prison. Finally there is a colour photocopy of a portrait photo signed by him.
Person(s): West, S, WO1;
Wiltshire Regiment Depot - A photocopy of a letter sent from the Depot to his mother and father by Private 5093 S. West of ?B? Company. He describes his early days in the army at the depot.
Person(s): West, S, Private;
1st/4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A copy of a letter sent to WO2 Albert George G Westall DCM. It was from the Queen as a welcome back to England after his time as a prisoner of war in Germany.
Person(s): Westall, A, WO2;
1st/4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A copy of citation for the award of the Silver Medal for Bravery conferred by the King of Motenegro in 1916 on Sergeant Albert George G Westall DCM.
Person(s): Westall, A, Sergeant;
7th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A memorial scroll for Private 12298 Albert Percy Weston. He served in ?A? Company and died of wounds on the 24th April 1917 in Greece. He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Doiran Memorial. He was awarded the Gold Medal for Bravery (Serbia). He was the son of Mrs J Weston, Westbrook, Bromham, Chippenham, Wiltshire.
7th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A Next of Kin Plaque (Known as a deadans pennyfor Private 12298 Albert Percy Weston. He served in ?A? Company and died of wounds on the 24th April 1917 in Greece. He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Doiran Memorial. He was awarded the Gold Medal for Bravery (Serbia). He was the son of Mrs J Weston, Westbrook, Bromham, Chippenham, Wiltshire.
7th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A Memorial Register No 37 for The Doiran Memorial in Greece (Part 2). It was kept by the family of Private 12298 Albert Percy Weston. He served in ?A? Company and died of wounds on the 24th April 1917 in Greece. He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Doiran Memorial. He was awarded the Gold Medal for Bravery (Serbia). He was the son of Mrs J Weston, Westbrook, Bromham, Chippenham, Wiltshire.
4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A copy of the service record for Private 5576670 John William West. He enlisted in 1940 and was discharged in 1945
Person(s): West,J W, Private;
4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A poem about the Battalion penned by Private 5576670 John William West
Person(s): West, J W, Private;
lst/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Various documents belonging to Private No.201138 William Charles West. These include a Certificate of Disembodiment for him, dated 19th June 1919, a Certificate of Employment dated 1919, a pass to enter City walls of Jerusalem, available for three days in December 1918, a Soldier's Demobilisation Account on the Army Form W.5065 dated 1916 and a Certificate of Identity dated 22nd May 1919. There is also an label envelope, intended to hold one or more F.M. Cards, which would have been tied to him during his transfer between a CCS (Casualty Ckearing Station) and a Base Hospital; the implication is that he was seriously wounded at some stage - no FM card remains. Finally there is a currency note of 20 Piastres value.
Person(s): West, W C;
2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A Certificate of Discharge for No. 4738 Private Ernest Westall, who attested at Devizes in 1897, was transferred to the Army Reserve on 30th May 1904 and finally discharged on 30th May 1909. There is also his card for the employmnet of reserve soldiers issued 30th May 1904. (on the Army Form D.402) It describes him as a very good man.
Person(s): Westall, E, Private;
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A document which includes a newspaper cutting (Copyright) and an extract from a book. The newspaper cutting contains a photograph of the grave of Lieutenant A V West, located at the foot of the Berks Mountain near Colesberg in South Africa, the photograph was taken by Mrs Elise Watts, the name of the publication and the date when the photograph was taken are unknown.
10th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - Six air mail hand written letters from Lieutenant Colonel I.R. Baird [Commanding Officer] to Captain David West based with the 4th Battalion at Wrotham in Kent. They are undated but believed to be 1944/45 whilst the battalion was in action in Italy. Captain West had previously served in the battalion and was wounded, hence now serving with the 4th Battalion in England. The hand writing is difficult to read but it is believed the reason for the letters was so that Captain West could at a later date use the considerable amount of information to compile a Battalion history which he subsequently did with the title ?The Fighting Tenth?.
Person(s): West, D, Captain;
10th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - The original seven maps used by Major West when producing the battalion history ?The Fighting Tenth? in relation to the actions in Italy.
Person(s): West, D, Captain;
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;
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.