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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of a group of 'B' Company soldiers in Burma at the end of the,2nd World War

Person(s): Newey,; Solihull; Bishop; Flavell; Dubley;


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Unit unknown or none - A colour photo of John Kirkham (Bishop of Sherborne and Chaplain General to the Forces) together with Leslie Thomas (author) and Henry Buckton (late LI) outside The Wardrobe, The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire in 1995

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour photo of the grave marker at Kohima War Cemetery in Burma for Sergeant G O Bishop who died on 27th April 1944

Person(s): Bishop, G O, Sergeant;


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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour photo of the grave marker at Kohima War Cemetery in Burma for Private G H Bishop who died on 11th May 1944

Person(s): Bishop, G H, Private;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of Private Bishop with a 0.5inch Browning Machine Gun, back in use again, at Mullan Bridge PV Checkpoint in Northern Ireland but the date is not known

Person(s): Bishop,, Private;


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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of 'A' Company Athletics Team, winners of the 1929-30 Inter Company Athletics Shield. This photo is one of a collection of 14 of the Battalion found by a building contractor who was working on an unoccupied house in Aldershot and deposited by him at the Army Medical Museum there; three of the photos are named and the original owner, L/Corporal Greenaway, has been identified by his being the only common denominator to these three photos.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A photograph of Private Bishop with a .50 calibre Heavy Machine Gun at the Mullan Bridge permanent bridge vehicle check point (PVCP) in early 1991, near the border in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. (the Battalion was the first to use this weapon to defeat a terrorist attack when the Gortmullan PVCP came under attack in April 1991)

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo taken at a Farewell Party for George HEARNE in the Sergeants Mess at Reading in 1961 showing (Left to Right) Sid WYATT, George HEARNE, Pete READER, Tommy BAYNHAM and Jeff BISHOP, all dressed as Tramps

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo taken at Annual Camp at Plasterdown, from 14th to 28th June 1958, showing (Left to Right) Company Sergeant Major Jeff BISHOP (HQ Company), Company Sergeant Major George HEARN (A Company), Company Sergeant Major Tommy BAYNHAM (WT Sergeant Maj), Company Sergeant Major Pete READER (D Company), RQMS Harold HADEN MBE (HQ Company) and Company Sergeant Major Jeff JEFFRIES (B Company)

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo taken at Buckingham Palace of the Battalion's 1966 winning team for the Duke of Edinburgh's Trophy; the team consisted of (Front row) Private CHILTON, Captain SHAW STEWART, Captain LONG (With the Trophy), the Duke of Edinburgh, Lieutenant Colonel SELLERS, Major FRAZER, Company Sergeant Major BAYNHAM, (Middle Row) Sergeant John BYLES, two unidentified members, G BECKINSDALE, Corporal ALLEN, OVERTON (Back Row) Corporal R BISHOP, an unidentified member, B CHAPLIN, Sergeant DAY, WILSON, Corporal TILLY, Sergeant Bags WALLIS and WO2 Harry BECKMANM

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Royal Berkshire Regiment detachment for the Queens Review of the Territorial Army in Hyde Park in 1958. The photo was actually taken at Plasterdown camp and shows Major WILLING (i/c Party), Captain PAXTON, Captain Shaw STEWART, Company Sergeant Major WHITEWICK, Sergeant CLARKE, Sergeant MAY BEM, L/Corporal DAY, Colour Sergeant RIXON, Company Sergeant Major BISHOP, Company Sergeant Major READER, Company Sergeant Major BAYNHAM, Corporal WINCHCOMBE, Corporal COURTNEY and Sergeant COOK.

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Sergeants Mess Group at Millom Camp Army School of Civil Defence in May 1960 showing (Back row, Left to Right) Sergeant WEBB, Sergeant CORTNEY, Sergeant GOLLOP, Sergeant FOSTER, Sergeant PRIOR, Colour Sergeant SESSIONS, Sergeant SWINDON, Sergeant BARRATT, Sergeant ROCKALL, Sergeant CLARKE, Sergeant BORDER, (Centre row, Left to Right) Sergeant Bag WALLIS (Queens Colour), Sergeant BISHOP, Sergeant OSBORN, Sergeant MEAD, Sergeant BASDEN, Colour Sergeant HAYWARD, Colour Sergeant HUNTER, Drum Major JONES, Colour Sergeant SPRINGTHORPE, Colour Sergeant SUTCLIFFE, Sergeant COOK, Sergeant ROBERTS, Sergeant MANSFIELD (Regimental Colour), (Front Row, Left to Right) Company Sergeant Major G HEARN, Company Sergeant Major B BECKLEY, WO2 BURROUGHS, Company Sergeant Major S WYATT, Company Sergeant Major J PEARSON, WO1 TAYLOR, Lieutenant Colonel J HILL MC (Commanding Officer), Regimental Sergeant Major J PRICE, Captain P DUNN (Adjutant), RQMS HADEN, Company Sergeant Major T PAY, Company Sergeant Major G STANLEY, Company Sergeant Major J JEFFERIES, Company Sergeant Major T BAYNHAM and Company Sergeant Major P READER.

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo taken at Annual Camp at Penhale in 1962 of the Sergeants Mess. (Left to Right in the Back Row) Sergeants PITICK, CHUDLEY, BECKLEY, OSBORN,ROADHS, CHAPLIN, VAUGHN, COOK, LAMBERT, FOSTER, BISHOP, MATHERSON, HUNTER, GROOM, GROVES, PRIOR. (Centre row Left to Right ) Drum Major CORTNEY, Sergeant BOWSCHER, WO2 BURROUGHS, Sergeant JONES, Colour Sergeant CLARKE, Colour Sergeant SESSIONS, Colour Sergeant HAYWARD, Sergeant OWEN, Colour Sergeant MANSFIELD, Sergeants MAY, JOEL, ROCKALL, BECKMAN, Staff Sergeant BARTER,(REME) Sergeant MORTON, Sergeant WALLIS. (Front row Left to Right) WO2 SWINDON, WO2 READER, WO2 BAYNHAM, Sergeant MEAD, WO2 PEARSON, RQMS HADEN, Lieutenant Colonel PLACKETT, Regimental Sergeant Major Bate JONES, Major EMMS, WO1 TAYLOR, WO2 STANLEY, WO2 LANE, WO2 RIXON, WO2 KIRBY, WO2 WYATT.

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Sergeants Mess at the Annual Camp at Fort Tregantle, Cornwall, in August 1956. This included: (Back row Left to Right) Sergeants CE SULLIVAN, A BASDEN, LH BECKLEY, DE HARMSWORTH, WWC SHESTHER (REME), AHA ROBERT, CWF CLARKE, FG COOK, AC CREED, AE BOWSHER, ( second row Left to Right) EE QUELCH, DC AYLING, HG BRADLEY, R PHIPPS MM, CW SWINDEN, (ACC) VJ TIMMS, EA EVANS (RAMC), H SESSIONS, A SUTCLIFFE, LF JOHNS, K SZMETER, EK WEEKS ( 3rd Row L To R) BAG WALLIS, CJ JENNER, Colour Sergeants AD JEFFRIES, DA RIXON, G HUNTER, PW BELCHER, CJA BORDER, Sergeants AE PRIOR, JWR TAYLOR, Colour Sergeant GS HAYWARD, PA READER, ER SPRINGTHORPE, TW BYNG, Sergeants AN MAY BEM, JE MANSFIELD, Band Staff Sergeant RW BURROUGHS. (Front row L To R) Company Sergeant Majors BAYHAM, JS EVANS, GW BISHOP, G WHITEWICK, Bandmaster FPW RUST, Lieutenant Colonel JLR METCALF (CO), Regimental Sergeant Major L R HODGES, Captain GP SAVILL (adjutant), Major LO PRICHARD TD (2 i/c) RQMS HS HADEN MBE, Company Sergeant Major AG DUNFORD MM, Company Sergeant Major WA BINDER, Company Sergeant Major H G BECKLEY.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of "A" Company Headquarters staff 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, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Cooks at Dover in 1912. (Left to Right) rear row. Privates Morley, Winstone, Malyon, Young and Gerrin. (centre row) Privates Stacey and Slade, Lance Corporal Taylor, Sergeant Phillips, Privates Farr, Mundy and Ingham. (front Row) Privates Holloway, Joyce, Burrett, Webb, Green, Jessett and Bishop.

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