1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Sergeants Mess in October 1909 in Ireland. It shows in the rear row from left to right Sergeants Moring, Hanney, Pioneer Sergeant Godden, Sergeants Justice, Brooks, Harrowing, Franklin, Colour Sergeant Lapworth, Sergeant Fullbrook, L/Sergeant Grave and Sergeant Drummer Bradish. In the middle row from left to right are Sergeants Hutton, Waller, Denham, King, Doubleday, L/Sergeant Bolton, Sergeant Jewson, Sergeant Bodie, Colour Sergeant Harvey and Sergeant Minchin and.in the front row, again left to right.Sergeant Borton, Colour Sergeant Forster, Colour Sergeant I.M. Reed, Sergeant Major Batt, Lieutenant Colonel A.J.W. Dowell, Captain and Adjutant T.C. Hincks, Bandmaster Harwood Sergeant Belcher, SMI Burridge and Sergeant Barrett.
4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of a series of caricatures by Fred May of the Officers who attended the Annual Camp at Lavant in 1939. Shown her are 2nd Lieutenant J.M. Attwater, Lieutenant Borton, 2nd Lieutenant P.G. Krabbe, Captain W.N. Slade, Lieutenant Colonel W.D. Gale, Lieutenant R.N. Barrett, Captain G.N. May, Sergeant Humphries (Mess Sergeant) Lieutenant A.G.A. Cook, Captain A.F. Wells (Adjutant), Lieutenant D.R.T. Reddrop, Major G.S. Spencer Ford DFC, Major T.E. Bryant MBE, Corporal Laker and Major S. Ayers.
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white group photograph of the Warrant Officers and Sergeants in Egypt, 1905. Army numbers shown where known. Back Row - L to R, Sergeant 1769 J. Dyson, Sergeant 4341 W. Hollier, Sergeant 4661 Addicott, [Believed] Sergeant Williams, [Believed] Sergeant Reeves, Sergeant 2357 A. Dunston, Sergeant 3512 or 3448 Bloomfield DCM, Sergeant 3885 C. Littlewood, Sergeant 5117 Farmer, Sergeant 4603 C. Cornish. [Second Row from back L to R] Sergeant Gash, Sergeant 3604 S. Bryant, Sergeant Cole, Sergeant 4638 E. Bennett, Sergeant 3365 W. Day, Sergeant 2229 W. Ryan, Sergeant 4772 W. Thame, Sergeant 4664 J. Didcock, [Believed Sergeant Marsh, Sergeant 5036 A. Miller. [Third row from rear L to R ]Sergeant 4562 W. Wiggins, Sergeant 2319W. Knowler, Sergeant 4737 C. Godfrey, S Sergeant 4580 F. Tuttle DCM, Sergeant 3833 S. Robinson, Sergeant 4693 W. Aldworth, Sergeant 4524 F. Dyer, Sergeant 4599 A. Parfitt, -?-, -?-. [forth row from rear L to R ]. Sergeant 3705 E. Borton, Sergeant 4825 A. Coveney, Sergeant 4386 C. Bostock, Sergeant 4455 F. Gash, Sergeant Hudson, Sergeant Preston, Sergeant 3418 W. Holley, Sergeant Bridges, Sergeant 2261 J. Sawyer, Sergeant Freed. [Front Row L to R] C/Sergeant 1094 T. Frape, C/Sergeant 2250 R. Watkins, C/Sergeant 1737 J.W. Montague, C/Sergeant 2769 H. Quick, Sergeant Major J.H. Firth, Major McCracken, Major H M Finch, Bandmaster 514 S. Dore, Drum Major 2431 H.S. Lickman, C/Sergeant 2462 F. Goodey, C/Sergeant 4437 G. Champion, Drum Major 3597 W. Taylor. [NOTE - Sergeant Bloomfield DCM died on the 22nd May 1927 at Battersea of coal gas poisoning. Bandmaster Dore had fought at Tofrek in the Sudan, Sergeant Addicot was awarded a DCM in 1918 whilst serving with the British West Indies Regiment in Egypt. Sergeant Farmer became a Sergeant Major in the 5th (Service) Battalion. He was killed in action on the 13th October 1915. Sergeant Lainsbury was recalled in 1914 and became the RSM of the 8th [Service] Battalion winning a DCM]
4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Winners of the TA Southern Command and Salisbury Plain Challenge football cups in 1956/7. Photographer; Lofthouse and Son M. Reading.
...1917 the 1st Royal Berkshire war diary entry reads:
Hostile planes active again 5 circling over our lines at 1155 and again during the afternoon. There was no shelling during the day. Our patrols having tied 2 Mills grenades to enemy wire in front of sangars on P5, retired when they heard enemy start working...