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49th Regiment - A sepia group image of the officers in Ireland 1864/5. [This image was taken at the same place as 6889] The sitters in the image are listed in pencil on the edge of the photo and numbered. We believe the numbering was done in the late 1890s. [Standing L to R] [1] Sergeant Major Parr. [2] Captain  Graham Taylor. [3] Captain William Young. [4] Lieutenant McCullan. [5] Lieutenant Robert Oliver Aldworth. [6] Ensign Henry Board Williams. [7] Captain Thomas Cowper Hincks.[8]  Captain  Edward J. Cresswell. [9] Captain William John Gillespie. [10] Lieutenant Edgar Londsale. [11] Quartermaster Kerridge, [12] Captain William Madden. [13]  Ensign  Phillip Alfred West. [14] Lieutenant and Adjutant Edward Mackay. [15] Not named [Sat L to R] [16] Captain  William Watts Corban. [17] Surgeon Major Saunders. [18] Paymaster  Henry Seymour Michelle [19] Major  Fanshaw William Gostling. [20] Colonel Cadwallader  Adams, [21]Major  Thomas Priauix St George Armstrong. [22] Captain  John Hopkins. [23] Ensign  John Arthbutnot. [24] Lieutenant John Issac  Nason. [25] Ensign Charles Pitcher Temple.  [26] Ensign  Edwin Glass Fern. [27] Ensign Smith Thomas Sidney [Sinclair]. [28] Lieutenant  George Shirley. [29] Ensign  George Charles Cockburn. [30] Ensign Carey [No Trace - could be a lord]. [31] Ensign  Charles Barter Bogue.

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A convoy of lorries bringing the troops to the Railway Station.

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Canada - Algonquin Regiment - Five black and white photos of the Algonquins leaving Port Arthur in Canada on June 4th 1941.

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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photo of the Clothing Factory Hockey Team, with Sergeant Allingham in the centre of the front row, taken at Shahjahanpur, India, in January 1918

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1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo, taken from Sergeant Mundy's Journal, of three senior officers of the Battalion on the R.M.S.Kenilworth Castle on which the Battalion, and other troops, sailed from Southampton to Bombay in India from October 9th 1914 to November 10th; from left to right they are Major Willis, Lieutenant Colonel the Earl of Radnor and Major Armstrong, with 2nd Lieutenant Knight on the left of the photo

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of 1 Platoon of "A" Company taken on 27th April 1994 in Alma Barracks, Catterick, Yorkshire. The photograph was taken shortly after the amalgamation of the Gloucestershire Regiment (28th/61st) and the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (49th, 62nd, 66th & 99th)

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers in India in 1899. Stood at the far left are Heyesbury, Bradbridge, Quartermaster H. Mankelow,Roche, Lady Heysbury, , 2nd Lieutenant Dansey, Lieutenant M.L. Formby, Captain R.H. Snow, Captain C.H.M. Kirkwood, Captain A.H. Arnold, Mrs Carter, Captain J.F. Forbes,. Carter, Alexander Armstrong, Mrs Manktelow, Mrs Forbes. (Note ? some of the positions within the image are not clear ? those named are known to be in the photo)

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The officers in Quetta, India 1899

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers in Quetta in India in 1899. Known to be in this photo but with their positions not identified are Lieutenant P. Hasler, Captain J.F. Forbes, Lieutenant Blake, Lieutenant Mankelow, 2nd Lieutenant A.W. Timmis, Lieutenant A.Armstrong, Major L.L. Steele, Lieutenant J.R.Wyndham, Captain G.C. Rigby, Lieutenant T. Roche, Lieutenant M.L. Formby.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the repatriation of the bodies of Privates Ben Hinton, Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner. Private Hinton was killed on the 9th September 1994 with the remainder dying three days later in similar circumstances. They died when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads. This occurred when they were operating out of Gorazde in Eastern Bosnia. This image shows the coffins prior to being placed on the aircraft for the final journey to England.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the repatriation of the bodies of Privates Ben Hinton, Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner. Private Hinton was killed on the 9th September 1994 with the remainder dying three days later in similar circumstances. They died when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads. This occurred when they were operating out of Gorazde in Eastern Bosnia. This image shows one of the soldier's coffins being carried onto the plane by his comrades.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the repatriation of the bodies of Privates Ben Hinton, Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner. Private Hinton was killed on the 9th September 1994 with the remainder dying three days later in similar circumstances. They died when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads. This occurred when they were operating out of Gorazde in Eastern Bosnia. This image shows the coffins being carried by their comrades towards the waiting planes.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the repatriation of the bodies of Privates Ben Hinton, Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner. Private Hinton was killed on the 9th September 1994 with the remainder dying three days later in similar circumstances. They died when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads. This occurred when they were operating out of Gorazde in Eastern Bosnia. This image shows soldiers from the Battalion preparing to carry one of their comrades onto the transport plane.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the repatriation of the bodies of Privates Ben Hinton, Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner. Private Hinton was killed on the 9th September 1994 with the remainder dying three days later in similar circumstances. They died when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads. This occurred when they were operating out of Gorazde in Eastern Bosnia. This image shows the Padre, Captain Irwin, reading prayers over the coffin of one of the soldiers at the airport.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the three memorial crosses erected by the comrades of Privates Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner at the scene of the accident. They were killed on the 12th September 1999 when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads.

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49th Regiment - A sepia photograph of a number of graves at Cathcarts Hill Cemetery in the Crimea including three from the 49th Regiment; these are, from left to right, Lieutenant and Adjutant Armstrong who was killed on the 5th November 1854. He was killed at Inkerman near the French camp. Next is Major T.N. Dalton who was killed on the 5th November 1854 at Inkerman, aged 35. He was the son of John Dalton, of Ripon, Yorkshire and served with the 61st in the Punjab Campaign and joined the 49th Foot in 1853. Last is Major Powell who was killed 28th October1854 in the trenches before Sebastopol on the 28th October 1854.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of an officer's group in Quetta, India in 1898. The rear row left to right shows Lieutenant C.H.K. Chancey, Lieutenant F. Stoddard, Lieutenant Parker, Lieutenant M.R. Formby, Lieutenant A. Armstrong and Captain H.T. Arnold. In the 2nd row, from left to right, are Captain R.C. Brook, Captain G.C. Rigby, Lieutenant Steele, Captain Holmes a Court, Lieutenant H A Douglas, Lieutenant E.U. Bradbridge and Lieutenant T. Rocke. Seated, from left to right, are Lieutenant Mankelow, Captain J.F. Forbes, Major C.H. Alexander, Lieutenant Colonel H.M. Carter, Lieutenant and Adjutant J R Wyndam, Captain C.H. Kirkwood and Captain R.H.P Snow. Seated at the front, again from left to right, are Lieutenant Milward (unattached list), Lieutenant Burne and Lieutenant Timmis.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of an officer's group in civilian clothes with their ladies in Quetta, India in 1898 showing, in the rear row from left to right Lieutenant Steele, Lieutenant Dansey, Lieutenant Timmis and Lieutenant Barnes. Standing are Captain Holmes a L Court, Lieutenant Bradbridge, Lieutenant and Quartermaster Mankelow, Lieutenant T. Roche, Mrs Holmes a L Court, -?-, Captain R.H.P. Snow, 2nd Lieutenant T.H.Parker and Captain H.T. Arnold. Eated are Lieutenant Colonel Carter, Major H. Alexander, Mrs Mankelow, Mrs J.F. Forbes, Mrs J.R. Wyndham, Mrs C.H. Alexander and Captain Kirkwood. In the front row, left to right as always, are Lieutenant Milward (Unattached list), Lieutenant Stoddard, Lieutenant A. Armstrong, Lieutenant H.A. Douglas, Mrs H.T. Arnold, Captain J.F. Forbes and Mrs H.M. Carter.

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