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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A photo from a newspaper of the Officers of the Battalion soon after their return from eighteen years of foreign service in June 1913 on the occasion when the Battlion marched past King George V led by the Colonel of the Wiltshire Regiment, General Sir John Hart Dunne, who had been comissioned sixty years earlier into the 62nd Regiment, now the 1st Battalion, and had commanded the 2nd battalion for 13 years

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the officers tug-of-war team practising for a match against the Sergeants in South Africa in 1910. (Front to rear) Captain Carter, Lieutenant Loder-Symonds, Lieutenant Carrington, Lieutenant Dawes, Lieutenant Browne, Lieutenant Ponsford, Lieutenant Mee and Lieutenant Broome.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A very faded sepia photograph of the officers tug of-war-team at Pietermarzburg, South Africa in 1912. In the rear row frrom left to right are Lieutenant Browne, Captain and Adjutant Rowan, Colonel Warden, Major Hastead and Lieutenant Broome; in the front row from left to right are Lieutenant Ponsford, Lieutenant Mee, Lieutenant Loder-Symonds, Captain Carter, Captain Dawes and Lieutenant Carrington and in the front is the trainer, Private Pearce.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A faded sepia photograph of scenes from ?A? ?B? ?C? & ?D? Companies' trek to the Mooi river, Natal, South Africa for company training in 1913. Here we see four officers preparing their kit ready for a march with, from the left, Lieutenant Carrington, Lieutenant Merrivale, Captain Carter, Major Hastead.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A faded sepia photograph of scenes from ?A? ?B? ?C? & ??D? Companies' trek to the Mooi river, Natal, South Africa for company training in 1913. Here we see three officers at the Mooi River; they are Browne, Carrington and Dawes.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of a group of officers after the Kings Levee, 12th June 1913. It shows, in the rear row from left to right, Captain H.R.A. Davies, Lieutenant W.C. Loder-Symonds, Lieutenant B.H. Goodhart, Lieutenant J.H.M. Mee, Lieutenant J.W. Dunne, 2nd Lieutenant S.F. Carrington, 2nd Lieutenant L.D. Greene, Lieutenant R.H. Broome and Lieutenant G.S. Browne. Seated, again from left to right , are Captain M.C. Richards, Major T. Roche, Lieutenant Colonel A.W. Hasted, General Sir J.H. Dunne KCB, (Colonel of the Regiment) Major W.S. Brown, Captain P.S. Rowan and Captain W.R.A. Dawes. [Lieutenant J.W. Dunne was on the reserve at this time having served in the Boer War in another unit. He is more famous for being one of the early air pioneers, he is standing directly behind his father]

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of a group of officers on manoeuvres in England in 1913 showing, from left to right, Lieutenant Mee, Lieutenant Oliphant, Sergeant Lester (in the background) Lieutenant Wand-Tetley (the Olympic gold medalist) and 2nd Lieutenant Carrington.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of a group of officers at a regimental sports day in England in 1913. They are planning the inter-Company relay race. It shows, from left to right, Captain Fisher, Captain Dawes, Captain Davies, 2nd Lieutenant Carrington, Captain Richards, Lieutenant Broome and Lieutenant Mee.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of officers from both the 1st and 2nd Battalions in Gibraltar, 1913 when both Battalions met for the first time as a County Regiment. When battalions met like this there was normally a significant amount of cross posting between the Battalions whereby the younger members were posted to the overseas Battalion in this case the 2nd, and the older time expired men joined the Battalion returning to England, in this case the 1st. The officers in this image are named with the Battalion served in at this time. In the rear row from left to right are Lieutenant Macnamara (2nd), Lieutenant Brown (1st), Lieutenant Hill (2nd), Lieutenant Goodhart (1st), Lieutenant Beavon (2nd), Lieutenant Loder-Symonds (1st), Lieutenant Geddes (2nd), Lieutenant Shelford (2nd). Lieutenant Wand (1st), Lieutenant Carrington (1st), Lieutenant Rose (1st), Lieutenant Ponsford (2nd) and Lieutenant Morse (1st). In the middle row are Lieutenant Broome (1st), Lieutenant Grimstone (2nd), Lieutenant Smith (2nd), Lieutenant Hooper (2nd) Captain Martin (2nd), Lieutenant Oliphant (1st), Lieutenant Ansted (2nd), Lieutenant Down (2nd), Lieutenant Mee (1st), Captain Cordon (1st), Lieutenant Bleckly (2nd) and Lieutenant Green (1st). In the front row are Captain Le Huquet (2nd), Captain Dawes (1st), Captain Moore (2nd), Captain Timmis (2nd), Major Forbes (2nd), Colonel Warden (1st), Colonel Jeffreys (2nd), Major Hasted (1st), Major Wyndham (2nd) Captain Blake (1st), Captain Culver (2nd), Captain Rowan (1st) and Captain Carter (2nd)

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia digital image of the officers team during an officers versus Sergeants Tug o War competition in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, 1911. (L to R) Lieutenant James Murray Posnford, Lieutenant Kingsley Oliphant, Lieutenant Carington, Lieutenant John Mee, Lieutenant Wand, Lieutenant David Alexander Ansted, Captain William Alan Blake, Captain Percy Stewart Rowan. [The Sergeants won]

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