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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour photo of the gravestone of Private John William Barker who was killed in action on 15th March 1915 and is buried in Neuve Chapelle British Cemetery in France. The photograph was taken in summer 2004 Photographer: Mr J Chapman

Person(s): Barker, J W, Private;


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Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of a Meeting of the South African Branch of the Old Comrades at Pietermaritzburg in South Africa in 1952

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia portrait photo of Private Barker in Dublin in the early 1920s Photographer; The Sackville Portrait Studio, 15 Lower Sackville Street, Dublin

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15th Infantry Training Centre - A black and white photo of the Warrant Officers and the Sergeants at the Centre which trained recruits for the Gloucestershire and the Wiltshire Regiments before the 2nd World war - the photo is taken in either 1937 or 1938

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The teams in a very relaxed mood.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Three black and white photos of the team provided by the members of the Battalion and the equivalent team from the 4th United States Marines who took part in a Revolver shooting match in Shanghai in 1929 - the Americans, who has to instruct the British on how to use the revolvers in question, won by 200 points. (Standing L to R) L/Corporal Bourne, Sergeant Milsom, -?-, Lieutenant Woodhouse, -?-, RQMS Holloway MM, CSM Gunstone MM, CSM White. (SDat L to R) Lieutenant Ledward (USMC), Major Hooper, Major Parsons (USMC), Lieutenant Colonel Barker OBE, Lieutenant Snow (USMC), Captain Watson, Lieutenant Bithell (USMC).

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Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photocopy of a photograph of Colonel F G Barker CBE taken sometime during the 1st World War

Person(s): Barker, F G, Colonel;


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers in India between 1902 and 1908 with, rear row second from the left, Lieutenant Robert F. Guy, third from the left, Lieutenant William A. Blake, fifth from the left, Lieutenant R.A. Dawes, Lieutenant Bowler, Lieutenant Harry F.D. Stirling, Lieutenant Edward J. F. King, Captain Mordaunt C. Richards. Seated from the left are Quartermaster Henry Mankelow, Major Arthur G. Jefferys, Major Ernest H.J. Reay, General Beaston, Major Louis H. Warden, Major Walter H. Rocke, Unknown, Lieutenant A.W. Timmis; seated at the front, from left to right, Lieutenant Archibald V.P. Martin, Lieutenant Hubert R.A. Davis, Lieutenant Charles A. Barker, Lieutenant Francis H. Dansey, 2nd Lieutenant Cyril H.E. Moore and Lieutenant Percy S. Rowan. Lieutenant Dawes served in the Boer War and was destined to become the first officer from the Regiment to be kiled in the 1st World War.

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Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the eight Colonels of the Regiment taken during the Regimental Cricket Tour of 1928. In the top row are Lieutenant Colonel C.A. Barker OBE, Colonel E.L. Henslow, OBE, MC, Colonel F.H. Dansey, CMG, DSO and Lieutenant Colonel P.S. Rowan, DSO. In the bottom row are Lieutenant Colonel R.M.T. Gillson, DSO, Lieutenant Colonel J.R. Wyndham, Lieutenant Colonel The Lord Heytesbury and Lieutenant Colonel R.H. Steward , OBE.

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Berkshire Home Guard - A black and White photograph of the Leckhampstead detachment about 1941. It shows, in the rear row, from left to right, Privates A. Taylor, N. Matthews, C. Bolton, A. Rosier, D. Miles and E. Barker; in the second row again from left to right, are Privates R. Ford, V. Cannings, J. Baylis, C. Swain, F. Herbert, S. Kempster and C. Bailey; in the front row are Private K. Beckett, L/Corporal E. Deacon, Sergeant C. Greenaway, Lieutenant N.B. Crundall, Lieutenant S.W. Brown, Private A. Goddard, -?-, -?-, and, in the front are Cadets Blogg and Taylor.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A colour digital group image of ?A? Company which served in Crossmaglen, South Armagh from June to October 1983. Present in this photo are the following soldiers but the exact position is not certain. (Company Headquarters) Major D. J. A. Stone, Captains Haugh and Fordham, WO2 Fedrick, Colour Sergeant Trench, Sergeants Decarteret, Meskiri, Cridland and Tuckwell, Corporals Hope Reeve and Luke, L/Corporals Latham, Petherick, Garner, Roberts, Grocock, Edgar, Tonks, Smith 15, Maxwell, Edwards, Fisher, Simpson and Barter, Privates Kerr, Newton, Humphries, Godfrey, McGauley, Jacobs 65, Parrett, Shepherd, Speck, Salmon, Brown 09, Gardyne, Cutting, Fulton, Prossor, Barker and L/Bombardier Franks (RA Attached). From 1 Platoon are Lieutenant Higgs, Sergeant Moloney, Corporal McIntyre, L/Corporals Lerpiniere, Spence, Murtagh and Griffith and Privates Noonan, Mann, Gabriel, Pullen, Holmes, Cocker, Gollop, Brown 68, Burford, Whitehurst, Gibbins, Sims, Real, Amas, Roberts, Leeson, Boxall, Domjan, and Hassett. From 2 Platoon are Captain Smith, 2nd Lieutenant Dennis, Sergeant Curtin, Corporals Evans, Parks and Stanley, L/Corporals Hariss, Moyes, Hopgood, Mellam and Privates Curtis, Mee, Bowler, Crew, Parsons, McCafferty, Hudd, Powell 27, Excel, Harris, Murphy, Hingston, McDonald, Monger, Smith 29, West , Turner and Shepherd. From 3 Platoon are Lieutenant Chedham, Sergeant Coyle, Corporals Alle, Proberts and Davies, L/Corporal s Traveller, Kordowski, Weaving and Pocock and Privates Melvin, Powell 08, Vaughan, Panting, Hardy, Corns, Corns, Coupland, McCauley, Clerke, Smith 02, Reason, Reggler, Smith 21, Lanfear, Imerson, Keel and Wilson. From the Anti Tank Platoon are Captain Rylands, Sergeant Nimmo, Corporals Mallinson, Shead, Hall and Kirkland, L/Corporals Carey, Crowley and Goldsmith and Privates Gunning, Harriss, Wood, Hawkes, Richards, Hambridge, Ledgister, McKissick, Oldham, Dyer, Bailey, Rowlands, Jacobs 90, Langdon, Stewart, Humphreys, Attwood and Noden.

Person(s): Stone, D J A, Major; Haugh, , Captain; Fordham, , Captain; Fedrick, D, WO1; Trench, , C/Sergeant; Decarteret, , Sergeant; Meskiri, , Sergeant; Cridland, , Sergeant; Tuckwell, , Sergeant; Hope, , Corporal; Reeve, , Corporal; Luke, , Corporal; Latham, , L/Corporal; Petherick, , L/Corporal; Garner, , L/Corporal; Roberts, , L/Corporal; Grocock, , L/Corporal; Edgar, , L/Corporal; Tonks, , L/Corporal; Smith, , L/Corporal; Maxwell, , L/Corporal; Edwards, , L/Corporal; Fisher, , L/Corporal; Simpson, , L/Corporal; Barter, , L/Corporal; Kerr, , Private; Newton, , Private; Humphries, , Private; Godfrey, , Private; McCauley, , Private; Jacobs, , Private; Parrett, , Private; Shepherd, , Private; Speck, P, Private; Salmon, , Private; Brown, , Private; Gardyne, , Private; Cutting, , Private; Fulton, , Private; Prossor, , Private; Barker, , Private; Franks, , L/Bombadier; Higgs, , Lieutenant; Moloney, D, Sergeant; McIntyre, A, Corporal; Lerpiniere, , L/Corporal; Spence, , L/Corporal; Murtagh, , L/Corporal; Griffith, A, L/Corporal; Noonan, , Private; Mann, , Private; Gabriel, , Private; Pullen, , Private; Holmes, , Private; Cocker, , Private; Gollop, , Private; Burford, , Private; Whitehurst, , Private; Gibbins, , Private; Sims, , Private; Real, , Private; Amas, , Private; Roberts, , Private; Leeson, , Private; Boxall, , Private; Domjan, , Private; Hassett, , Private; Smith, , Captain; Dennis, , 2nd Lieutenant; Curtin, J, Sergeant; Evans, , Corporal; Parks, , Corporal; Stanley, B, Corporal; Harris, , L/Corporal; Moyes, , L/Corporal; Hopgood, , L/Corporal; Mellam, , L/Corporal; Curtis, , Private; Mee, , Private; Bowler, , Private; Crew, , Private; Parsons, , Private; McCafferty, , Private; Hudd, , Private; Powell, , Private; Excel, , Private; Harris, , Private; Murphy, , Private; Hingston, , Private; McDonald, , Private; Monger, , Private; Smith, , Private; West, , Private; Turner, , Private; Chedham, , Lieutenant; Coyle, , Sergeant; Alle, , Corporal; Proberts, , Corporal; Davies, , Corporal; Traveller, , L/Corporal; Kordowski, , L/Corporal; Weaving, , L/Corporal; Pocock, S, L/Corporal; Melvin, , Private; Vaughan, , Private; Pantin, , Private; Hardy, , Private; Corns, S, Private; Corns, , Private; Coupland, , Private; Clerke, , Private; Reason, , Private; Reggler, , Private; Lanfear, , Private; Imerson, , Private; Keel, , Private; Wilson, , Private; Rylands, , Captain; Nimmo, S, Sergeant; Mallinson, , Corporal; Shead, , Corporal; Hall, , Corporal; Kirkland, , Corporal; Carey, , L/Corporal; Crowley, , L/Corporal; Goldsmith, , L/Corporal; Gunning, , Private; Harris, , Private; Wood, , Private; Hawkes, , Private; Richards, , Private; Hambridge, , Private; Ledgister, , Private; McKissick, , Private; Oldham, , Private; Dyer, , Private; Bailey, , Private; Rowlands, , Private; Langdon, , Private; Stewart, , Private; Humphreys, , Private; Attwood, , Private; Noden, , Private;


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the winning Battalion team that won the Natal Challenge Cup and the Maritzburg Challenge cup in 1910 with, in the rear row left to right, Private Farmer, Private Bigwood, Private Diffel, Private Colenut, L/Corporal Corbin, Private Francis and Sergeant Barker; in the middle row again from left to right, are Private Maslin (kneeling), Private Paget (seated), Captain Carter, Lieutenant Colonel Warden, Lieutenant Broome and L/Corporal Andrews. In the middle front are Privates Bromham and Butler

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the winning team in the Irish Army football cup 1919-1920. Standing from left to right are RSM (WO1) G. Parker, L/Corporal A.H. Lunt, L/Corporal E. Veck MM, Captain K.J.P. Oliphant MC, Private P. Topp, CSM (WO2) H. Baish (Vice Captain), CSM (WO2) H.J. Wilkins and Sergeant C. Saunders. Seated from left to right are Sergeant E. Poolman MM, Sergeant C. Giles (Captain), Major C.A. Barker OBE, Colonel Commandant R.D.F. Oldman CMG, DSO, Lieutenant R.F.J. Hayward VC, MC, Sergeant A.E. Jeffries MM and CQMS J. Fortune. Seated at the front left are Corporal F. Tippett and front right Private G. Thomas. [This team were also the finalists 1920-21, Senior football team 1920-21, Winners Garrison League 1918-19, 20 &21]

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Battalion cross country running team who won the Dublin District Challenge Cup in 1921. It shows, standing from left to right, RSM (WO1) G. Parker, Private Ferridge, Private MacQuand, Private Glass, Corporal Ferris, Corporal Tippett, Private Collins, Corporal Grimshaw and Sergeant Preece. Seated, again from left to right are Sergeant Wearn, L/Corporal Oakwell, Captain Oldfield, Major Barker, Lieutenant Dearne, Private Stock and Private Sizor. Seated front left are Private Townsend and front right Private Curley.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of some Battalion transport called ?Henry? in Dublin 1921. wih, from left to right, Private Brown, Major Langley, Major Barker and Captain Mee.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the officers in Kamptee, India, in July 1927, showing, n the rear row from left to right, 2nd Lieutenant Wrigley, Lieutenant Everett, Lieutenant Strong, Lieutenant Guise, 2nd Lieutenant Coad, 2nd Lieutenant Grove, Captain Clachan (New Zealand Forces attached), 2nd Lieutenant Hungerford, 2nd Lieutenant Richardson and 2nd Lieutenant Kincaid. Seated are Lieutenant (Adjutant) Prest, Major Culver, Major Macarthey (Military Secretary), Lieutenant Colonel Barker, Field Marshal Sir W Birdwood, Major Rowan, Captan Dawson (ADC), Captain Watson and Lieutenant (Quartermaster) Parker.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Barker OBE, at the trooping of the Colour at Kamptee, India in 1927.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the Officers and Sergeants cricket teams, in August 1928 in India. (Rear row L to R) Sergeant Martin, Sergeant Lintern, 2nd/Lieutenant Wrigley, CSM Flanner, 2nd/Lieutenant Coad, CSM Gunstone, Lieutenant Wilkinson. (Centre row L to R) Sergeant Arthur, Sergeant Muskett, Captain Betts, L/Sergeant Murrant, Captain Watson, Captain Beaven, Captain James, CSM White, (Sat L to R) RQMS Miller, Major Culver, RSM Newton, Lieutenant Colonel Barker, Bandmaster Eatson, Major Segreave, CSM Wilkins. (Sat front centre) Band Sergeant Bull.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of Lieutenant Colonel Barker OBE winning the Wiltshire Handicap at the Secunderabad March meeting in 1928. He was riding ?Electra?

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the officers in Shanghai in September, 1929. It shows, standing from left to right Captain James MC, 2nd Lieutenant Barker Mill, Lieutenant Morse MM, Captain Bradshaw, Lieutenant Strong, Lieutenant Grove, Captain C A Prest, Lieutenant R Ashley, Lieutenant B A Coad, 2nd Lieutenant Kincaid, 2nd Lieutenant Richardson, Lieutenant (Quartermaster) Parker, 2nd Lieutenant Wrigley, 2nd Lieutenant Doggsell and Lieutenant Snook. Seated again from left to right are Captain M K Watson, Captain Anstead, Major Culver, Lieutenant Colonel Barker OBE, Major H J Segrave, Major Hooper, Captain Lloyd DSO, MC and Captain Betts.

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