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30th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of a guard of honour mounted by ?C? Company at Hamme in Belgium in April 1945.with, from left to right, Lieutenant B.A.C.Fitzpatrick, RSM (WO1) Harrowing, Sergeant Baxter, Privates Boyd, Walker and Butler, L/Corporal Smith 21, Privates Harrison, Deegan and Stafford, Sergeant Lugg and Buglers Luuh, Bunning, Ecclishire and Bailey.

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SBYRW : 41042

2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia digital image of some of ?B? Company before crossing the Chindwin, November 1944. Among those pictured are Lieutenant Ridley, Sergeants Heywood, and Barrett, Corporals Stowe and Barratt, L/Corporals Horton, Brown, Heath, Sion and Dodd and Privates Murray, Biggington, Baker, Bunn, Elwell, Dodd, Moore, Lacey, Fuller, Thompson, Stewart, Armsby, Rainsford, Allright, Legett and Birch. [We do not know the exact location within the image of each soldier]

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66th Regiment - A black and white photograph of the surviving officers after the Afghanistan Campaign in Khandalla, India prior to the Regiments return to England, about Christmas time. (Back row L to R) Lieutenant Manus L. O?Donel (served from 1878 to 1882), Lieutenant Reginald E. T. Bray (served from 1881 to 1915), Lieutenant Granville de la M.Faunce (served from 1877 to 1903), Lieutenant Chaz Bury Adams (served from 1876 to 1881), Lieutenant George Lawrance Mellis (served from 1880 to 1882). (Middle row L to R) Lieutenant Jas W. H, Fitzgerald (served from 1877 to 1883), Surgeon Major Beattie, Lieutenant Colonel Somerville G.C. Hogge (served from 1872 to 1883), Major John Tobin Ready (Served from 1855 to 1887), Captain W J de la Poer Beresford-Pierce (served from 1872 to 1893), Lieutenant F. McCrae Bruce (served from 1876 to 1890), (Front row L to R) Lieutenant William A E Lonergan (served from 1880 to 1881), Lieutenant Hyacinth Lynch (served from 1880 to 1896), Lieutenant Chaz Mckenzie Edwards (served from 1879 to 1901), Lieutenant Frank W. M. T. Bunny (served from 1881 to 1904). Lieutenant Bray went on to form the 7th (Service) Battalion at the start of the 1st World War. Lieutenant Lynch went on to fight in the Sudan campaign with the 1st Battalion (the old 49th) in 1885, the only officer from the regiment to take part in both campaigns. [Taken at the same time and same place as 45415 - Sitters changed position]

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SBYRW : 45415

66th Regiment - A black and white photograph of the surviving officers after the Afghanistan Campaign in Khandalla, India prior to the Regiments return to England, about Christmas time. (Back row L to R) Lieutenant Manus L. O?Donel (served from 1878 to 1882), Lieutenant Reginald E. T. Bray (served from 1881 to 1915), Lieutenant Granville de la M.Faunce (served from 1877 to 1903), Lieutenant Chaz Bury Adams (served from 1876 to 1881), Lieutenant George Lawrance Mellis (served from 1880 to 1882). (Middle row L to R) Lieutenant Jas W. H, Fitzgerald (served from 1877 to 1883), Surgeon Major Beattie, Lieutenant Colonel Somerville G.C. Hogge (served from 1872 to 1883), Major John Tobin Ready (Served from 1855 to 1887), Captain W J de la Poer Beresford-Pierce (served from 1872 to 1893), Lieutenant F. McCrae Bruce (served from 1876 to 1890), (Front row L to R) Lieutenant William A E Lonergan (served from 1880 to 1881), Lieutenant Hyacinth Lynch (served from 1880 to 1896), Lieutenant Chaz Mckenzie Edwards (served from 1879 to 1901), Lieutenant Frank W. M. T. Bunny (served from 1881 to 1904). Lieutenant Bray went on to form the 7th (Service) Battalion at the start of the 1st World War. Lieutenant Lynch went on to fight in the Sudan campaign with the 1st Battalion (the old 49th) in 1885, the only officer from the regiment to take part in both campaigns. [Taken at the same time and same place as 45414 - Sitters changed position]

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