2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Battalion Standing Orders for 19th April 1926 whilst stationed at Kamptee, India. It addresses a move to Chaubattia Hill Station. Attached, there is a handwritten note concerning a Mr A.F.Webb who was serving at the time stating that there was no running water or electricity available and the temperature reached 123 deg. F. He was lucky to be moved to Chaubattia being at 9000ft and cooler.
Wiltshire Regiment - Order from the Captain and Adjutant Gunnery Wing A. F. V. School, dated 6th July 1939. It was sent to Lieutenant Frank B. Adams and was regarding taking the Depot Detachment Parade on 11th July 1939.
Wiltshire Regiment - An order dated 14th September 1916 to Lieutenant Frank B. Adams from Lieutenant and Adjutant of No. 5 Infantry Base Depot to proceed to the Reserve Army School of Instruction at Candas.
8th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - An order dated 10th August 1916 stating that all officers proceeding to England on completion of conducting duty must report to the OC town troops before 9.15 am. There is also an order dated 8th August 1916 stating that France will parade outside the Orderly room on the next day and Band & Drums are to attend it. They were found among other documents belonging to Major Frank B. Adams.
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - The order for the final Ferozeshah Parade issued on the 22nd April 1959. This document lists the names of all the officers who took part in the parade and what function they carried out.
Depot Wiltshire Regiment - A copy of standing orders for Ferozeshah and Peninsular platoons as used by used by Private 23185805 Leach of Ferozeshah Platoon whilst in training at Devizes Barracks in 1955.
Royal Berkshire Regiment - An extract from Depot Orders(Part 1, No 195) dated 25th August 1926, listing the candidates for the Sergeants promotion examination, in which Sergeant 5329468 J Weaver came top.
Wiltshire Militia - A copy of the Wiltshire orders 1759 to 1770. It is an index to names, court martials, promotions, demotions, discharges etc. with the movement of the Wiltshire Regiment of Militia and some other militia regiments. It was edited by Jean Cole, and produced by the Wiltshire Family History Society in 1994.
1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A copy of Page 1 of the Battalion's operation order for the Freedom of Salisbury on the 16th October 2004. This was the Officers Mess copy compiled by Regimental Sergeant Major A.J. Watkins.
1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Light Infantry - Rear Party Battalion Part One Orders for the months of March, April and May 2006. During this time, the Battalion was based in Dale Barracks, Chester. These orders give the names ranks and numbers of many of the soldiers serving at that time, together with promotions and courses attended. The following dates are included. 30th March, 31st March, 3rd April, 6th April,10th April, 12th April,13th April, 18th April, 20th April, 21st April, 24th April, 26th April, 2nd May, and the 8th May.
The Royal Rifle Volunteers - Battalion Part One Orders for the months of March and April 2006. These orders give the names ranks and numbers of many of the soldiers serving at that time, together with promotions and courses attended. The following dates are included 29th March, 5th April, 12th April, 26th April and 3rd May.
1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - Copies of 9 Part One Orders dating from 19 April 2005 to 20 January 2006. Only the first page of each has been scanned and is available here
...1918 the 1st Royal Berkshire war diary entry reads:
25th Infantry Brigade relieved 14th Australian Infantry Brigade (5th Australian Division) in the Line on the night 20/21st April 1918.
Battalion relieved 54th Australian Battalion in the Line on night 20/21st April 1918 and became "Counter Attack Battalion"...
France, REF MAP AMIENS 1/100,000 & SHEET 62D SW 1/20,000