SBYRW : 10484
Unit unknown or none - Sergeant's and WO's red sash in fair condition (retain); it belonged to J Peat
2 more photos available
SBYRW : 11350
Unit unknown or none - Red and gold officer's dress sash.
SBYRW : 12215
Unit unknown or none - Sergeant's and WO's red sash in good condition
SBYRW : 12216
Unit unknown or none - Officer's Full Dress Waist Sash in good condition
SBYRW : 12217
SBYRW : 12218
Unit unknown or none - WO's and Sergeant's red sash in good condition . It belonged to Colour Sergeant Chapman
Chapman, Colour Sergeant J;
SBYRW : 14010
Unit unknown or none - Gold and red sash
SBYRW : 18014
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - 2 warrant officer / sergeants red duty sashes (Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment) as worn by Sergeant Major McIntyre.
McIntyre, A B;
SBYRW : 22367
2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - One sash
SBYRW : 23107
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - One Drum Major's sash, featuring the Battle Honours of the Regiment and the Regimental headress badge to the front.
SBYRW : 34187
Wiltshire Regiment - A lead drummer's sash (know as Tipper) and used by one of the Battalions in the late 1950s.
SBYRW : 44599
Berkshire Militia, Miscellaneous - 6 Officers' Dress Sashes, made in red and gold wire thread.
SBYRW : 5124
Wiltshire Militia - Drum Major's Sash, 54 inches long - it probably dates from the late 19th Century
3 more photos available
SBYRW : 5221
3rd (Militia) Battalion Wiltshire Regiment - Drum Major's sash
SBYRW : 5246
4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Drum Major's Sash
1 more photo available
SBYRW : 5335
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - Drum Major's sash
SBYRW : 8651
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - Lead drummer's sash - known as a "tipper"
SBYRW : 8652
Wiltshire Regiment - Three Drum Majors' Sashes (two from 2 Wilts and one from 1 Wilts)
4 more photos available
SBYRW : 8657
Wiltshire Regiment - Bandmaster's sash
SBYRW : 8688
1st Bn, Wiltshire Imperial Yeomanry - A silk sash intwo parts, one light yellow and the other red, a memorial to Richard Vivian Cory who was killed at the Orange River Crossing 4th September 1900
Cory, R V;
...1917 the 1st Royal Berkshire war diary entry reads:
The Battalion marched to HULL CAMP (G11 c.o.3.) ST NICHOLAS AREA. ARRAS via AGNES-LES-DUISANS-DUISANS-L9. a.4.0.-G.21.a.3.6.-G.15.d.1.2.-G21.b.4.7. and G.16.c.5.5. (Ref Map 51b and 57c 1/40,000).
France, Agnes les Duisans
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