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1st Volunteer Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Mounted Company at Windsor Park in 1899. Only the four officers are named. - in the front row seated - 2nd from the left are Lieutenant Francis Morland, Captain A.F. Ewen, Lieutenant Archibald R. Brakspear and Lieutenant (assistant Surgeon) William G. Heasman,

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1st Volunteer Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia group image of the officers at Shorncliffe in 1900. It shows, in the rear row from left to right, 2nd Lieutenant Stephen W.M. Silver, Lieutenant C.F.Simonds, Lieutenant (assistant Surgeon) William G. Heasman, (standing) Lieutenant Edward B. Ormond, -?-, Captain John H.W. Pilcher, Lieutenant Henry F. Goodford, Captain Godfrey Walter, Lieutenant Bernard A. Collins, Lieutenant Archibald R. Brakspear, Captain Alfred C. Arding, -?- and Lieutenant C. Wardrop. Seated are Captain George H. Morland, Captain James H. Cooper, Captain William A. Ellison, Captain and Adjutant Edward Feetham (attached regular officer), Lieutenant Colonel A.F. Walter, Major O Pearce-Serocold, Captain and Quartermaster J.T. Morland and Captain Lionel H. Hanbury. ( In the font, gain from left to right, are Lieutenants V.G.O McLoughlin, J.H. Simonds and Stephen Walter.

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The Rifles (Berkshire and Wiltshire) Museum - A colour photograph taken at the official opening of the Museum by H H The Duke of Edinburgh on 29 July 1982, showing HRH with a line of guests in the Regimental Room. The lady wearing the red suit is believed to be Margaret Berry, and on the extreme right may be Oswald Brakspeare, ex Wiltshire Regiment, and the architect responsible for the transformation of the Wardrobe into a museum.

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