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Royal Berkshire Regimental Depot - A black and white photo of a National Service Intake - Mons Platoon of No 10 Intake - 27/5/1953
Person(s): Giles, P W, Private; Aspinall, L J, Private; Heath, C E, Private; Tidy, J, Private; Tillier, C, Private; Dann, H S, Private; Canning, G, Private; Walters, R, Private; Eaton, L A, Private; West, R, Private; Anderton, S, Private; Watts, D, Private; Cherril, W J, Private; Golledge, S, Private; Monk, P C, Private; Collett, P J, Private; Turner, D J, Private; Day, W H, Private; Dickety, R, Private; Baker, D, Private; Blakeman, J, Private; Holder, L J, Private; Thorne, P E, Private; Rumble, G M, Private; Allcock, Corporal R; Wright, Company S, Major; Bishop, 2nd S R, Lieutenant; Collins, M, Sergeant; Cox, A, Private; Smith, J T, Private; Fry, S R, Private; Smith, N, Private;
Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of a Meeting of the South African Branch of the Old Comrades at Pietermaritzburg in South Africa in 1952
Person(s): Salter, H; Hughes, H; Marshman, T; Barker, H; Farmer, H J; Rowe, C; Denley, F J; Acutt, R; Stevens, F; Adcock, R; Watts, J; Wright, A H; Collett, J; Peel, F E; Wood, J; Dear, S; Pickett, H; Andrews, F;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Three black and white photos and two sepia ones of the memorial to Privates W Newport, L Clay and J Drew who drowned during a night march near Edendale in South Africa in 1910.
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Corps of Drums in Egypt in 1936
Person(s): Potter, |Private; Shapr,, Boy; Harrington-Jones,, L/Corporal; Bownas,, Private; Leney,, Boy; Quartermaine,, Private; Harris,, Private; Steane,, Private; Cooper,, Private; Beddows,, Private; Spencer,, Private; Goody,, Private; White,, Private; Cotton,, Private; Carter,, Private; Martlen,, Private; Howse,, Drummer; Stillwell,, Drummer; Howe,, L/Corporal; Preston,, Drummer; Collett,, Drummer; Bovington,, Drummer; Tompkins,, Drummer; Edge,, Drummer; Russell,, Drummer; Parmenter,, L/Corporal; Gilding,, L/Sergeant; Leslie, J T, Colonel; Hogg, D W B T, Captain; Hayward, P H C, Lieutenant; Rudd, WOI F; Tribe, Drum F, Major; Hamilton,, L/Corporal; Pook, Corporal; Woolvern,, Drummer; Musgrave,, Drummer;
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Side Drummers of the Corps of Drums, in Egypt in 1936
1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Four sepia photos of Private, later Lance Corporal, F Collett somewhere in India around 1916.
Person(s): Collett, F;
1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo entitled "One of the guns that took part in the Indian Mutiny" with Lance Sergeant Collett and Private Bray in front of it at Poona in India in 1917
1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia portrait photo of Lance Corporal F Collett in Egypt on his way back to England in 1918 - 2 copies
Person(s): Collett, F, L/Corporal;
Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the South African Branch of the Old Comrades Association at Pietermaritzburg on the 8th November 1952. Most of these men were Boer War Veterans. This image is named.
Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the South African Branch of the Old Comrades Association at Durban, South Africa sopmetime in the 1950s. All these Ex soldiers fought in the Boer War and the image lists there names and army numbers. (Standing Left to Right) Mr F Denley (7417), F Dawkins (5538), A Clements (6917), W Lever (7258), A S Ludlow, J T White (5562) T Powell (7267). (Middle row sitting) S Dear (5630), E Lodge (1st Company, 1st Battalion Imperial Yeomanry), J Collett (6360). (Front row sitting) F Stevens (5489), P Mobey (6089), G W Smith (6432) and H A Wright (5366)
Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the South African Branch of the Old Comrades Association at Pietermaritzburg on the 11th November 1962. They were at the home address of Mr and Mrs J Collett, a member of the branch. Front row (kneeling) Mr W Andrews. (Sitting) (L to R) Messrs D F Stevens, H Farmer, H Hughs, S Ludlow, (Back Row) Messrs S Dear, J F Denley, Major J C Lawrence, J Collett, J Dear, E D Andrews, R Miles, P W Mobey. Most of these men were Boer War Veterans.
Person(s): Andrews, W, Mr; Stevens, D F, Mr; Farmer, H, Mr; Hughs, H, Mr; Ludlow, S, Mr; Dear, S, Mr; Denley, J F, Mr; Lawrence, J C, Major; Collett, J, Mr; Dear, J, Mr; Andrews, E D, Mr; Miles, R, Mr; Mobey, P W, Mr;
8th Bn, Wiltshire Home Guard - A black and white group photograph of the officers of the battalion taken shortly after formation in 1940. (With overlay indicating the officers names and location in the photo) (Rear row standing L to R) Lieutenant F.J. Moore (Bn HQ), Cataian W. T. Goodwin (?C? Coy), Lieutenant Goodfellow (?A? Coy), Lieutenant T.H. Locker (?C? Coy), Lieutenant S.C. Ingram (?C? Coy), Lieutenant Stock, (?A? Coy), Lieutenant L.A. Sly, (?C? Coy), Major Pomeroy (Post Office), Lieutenant R.J.C. Mansell (Bn HQ), Lieutenant Bevis (?B? Coy), Lieutenant J. Hart, (?B? Coy), Lieutenant Darvill, (?B? Coy), Captain McWilliam, (?A? Coy), Lieutenant Lywood, (Bn HQ), Lieutenant Smith, (?A? Coy), Lieutenant H.G. Sainsbury (Bn HQ), Lieutenant W. Foster (?C? Coy), Lieutenant Deacon, (Electric Light Company Platoon), Lieutenant Belbin, )(?A? Coy), Lieutenant Nicholls, (?A? Coy). (Sat L to R) Major G .S. Fawcett (?A? Coy), Major C.B. Gibbs, (?C? Coy, Captain W.H.R. Blacking (Adjutant), Lieutenant Colonel Freeth (CO), Major Sir H. de C. Martelli, (Second in Command), Major F.W. Van der Kiste (HQ Coy), Lieutenant H.C. Egerton, (R.A.F.O./S Det), Lieutenant F. Crabbe (Wilts and Dorset Platoon), Major S. Collett (?B? Coy). [ Lieutenant Foster subsequently transferred to the 7th Battalion taking command of the Whaddon platoon. At practice of throwing live Mills Grenades an accident occurred when he sacrificed his life, to save those of other present, and he was posthumously awarded the George Cross]
Person(s): Sly, , Major; Freeth, , Lieutenant Colonel; Martelli, H D C, Majorl; Blacking, W H R, Captain; Gibbs, C B, Major; Fawcett, G S, Major; Kiste, F W V, Major; Egerton, H C, Lieutenant; Crabbe, F, Lieutenant; Collett, S, Major; Moore, F J, Lieutenant; Goodwin, W T, Captain; Goodfellow, , Lieutenant; Lockyear, T H, Lieutenant; Ingram, S C, Lieutenant; Stock, , Lieutenant; Sly, L A, Lieutenant; Pomeroy, , Major; Maunsell, R J C, Lieutenant; Bevis, , Lieutenant; Hart, J, Lieutenant; Darvill, , Lieutenant; McWilliam, , Captain; Lywood, , Lieutenant; Smith, , Lieutenant; Sainsbury, H G, Lieutenant; Foster, W, Lieutenant; Deacon, , Lieutenant; Belbin, , Lieutenant; Nicholls, , Lieutenant;
Wiltshire Regiment -A black and white photograph of the Old Comrades of the South Africa Branch, believed in the late 1940s. [Standing L to R] Mr F. Denley, Mr F. Dawkins, Mr A. Clements, Mr W. Lever, Mr A.S. Ludow, Mr J.T. White, Mr T. Powell. [Middle Row L to R], Mr C. Dear, Mr E. Lodge, Mr J. Collett. [Sat L to R], Mr F. Stevens, Mr P. Money, Mr C.W. Smith, Mr H.A. Wright.
Person(s): Denley, F, Mr; Dawkins, F, Mr; Clements, A, Mr; Lever, W, Mr; Ludlow, A S, Mr; White, J T, Mr; Powell, T, Mr; Dear, C, Mr; Lodge, E, Mr; Collett, J, Mr; Stevens, F, Mr; Money, P, Mr; Smith, C W, Mr; Wright, H A, Mr;
2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the 'D' Company cross-country team at Pembroke Dock who were the winners of the Inter-Company Cross-Country Challenge Cup in 1908. Photographer; Allen S.J. Pembroke -
Person(s): Wright,, Private; Parker,, Private; Crockett,, L/Corporal; Dopson,, Sergeant; Robins,, Private; Collett,, Private; Jeanes,, Sergeant; Stoddart,, Captain; Wallis,, Lieutenant; Waylen, Colour, Sergeant; Titcombe,, Private; Cassey,, L/Corporal; Street, Corporal;