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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo taken on Operation Banner when 'A' Company, while stationed at Canterbury, were deployed in Crossmaglen in South Armagh in Northern Ireland from May to October 1983; this image shows a patrol pausing while Private Curtis, with the Light Machine Gun, remains on alert

Person(s): Curtis,, Private;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A colour photo taken during Operation Banner, a short tour the Battalion undertook in County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland between December 1990 and May 1991 when they were officially stationed at Catterick, showing Private Alf Curtis in a festive, but possibly dangerous, position!

Person(s): Curtis, A;


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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regimnet - A black and white photograph of five members of the Corps of Drums at Mingaldon in Burma in 1947

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of Lance Corporal Curtis taking a rest whilst on patrol in Northern Ireland in 1983; he is carrying a General Purpose Machine Gun and his face is blackened

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Wiltshire Home Guard - A black and white photograph of a Wiltshire Home Guard unit, taken outside the Red Lion Inn, dated October 1942. The location and people in this photograph were not originally named, but following an appeal on the Museum's website the pub was confirmed in August 2009 as the Red Lion, Castle Eaton, licensee Reginald G King, and the unit as the Blunsdon Platoon. The landlady at the time provided the information given here from a copy of the photograph in the pub which named all those present. All rows read from left to right. Top row:- W. Kemble, E. Walsh, W. Wiltshire, R. Kemble, J. Kemble, J. Cole, H. Mills, P. Mills, W. Stroud. 2nd row:- E. Beazley, I. Wiltshire, F. Mulcock, T. Card, H. Kemble, Mr. Vines, A. Percival, C. Kemble, S. Wilkins, S. Curtis. 3rd row:- B. Card, R. Mulcock, H. Cole, H. Painter, B. Nicholls, Mr. Skinner, E. Adams, A. Drew, J. Jackson, J. Pearce, S. Brunsdon, A. New. Seated Row:- A. Staples, W. Mulcock, G. Wiltshire, T. Adams, T. Green, Major Archer (with trilby hat), S. Maundrell, Mr. King (Licensee), W. Wiltshire, J. Adams, Mr. Groves. Sitting on floor:- P. Stroud, S. Marshall, R. Wiltshire, E. Stroud, Mr. Perry, T. Sandle, C. Agamber, J. Mulcock.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private Cyril Curtis who was wounded on the Western Front during the 1st World War; he came from Osbourne Villa, Murrell Hill, Binfield.

Person(s): Curtis, C, Private;


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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of ?C? Company Football team in Subathu in India in 1888. In the rear row, left to right. are Captain Alexander Vaughan-Payne, Privates Townsend, Palmer and Curtis, Sergeant Woodgate, Colour Sergeant Hunhe (believed); in the centre row are Private Jones, Band Sergeant Smith, Sergeant Archer and Private Trow. Those in the front row have not been identified

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment A black and white photocopy of a photograph of the grave for Captain Hargrave Tindal Raleigh Curtis-Raleigh who died at Deolali in India en-route to France after the start of the 1st World War. He died on the 30th September 1914.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers outside the officer?s mess in Inkerman Barracks, Woking in 1904 with, in the rear row from left to right, Lieutenant R.P. Harvey, 2nd Lieutenant F.B. Toms, Lieutenant and Quartermaster Mr J.H. Redstone, Lieutenant C. Pierce, Lieutenant C. Bartlett, Lieutenant T.E.C. Hunt, 2nd Lieutenant A.J. Fraser, 2nd Lieutenant E.T.W. McCausland, 2nd Lieutenant A.P. Strange and 2nd Lieutenant H.T.R. Curtis- Raliegh. In the front row, sitting, are Captain and Adjutant A.G. Macdonald, Captain W.R.P.K. Betty, Major C. Moore, Major W.K. McClintock, Colonel E.H. Burney, Major R.G. Chase, Captain E.H. Blunt, , Captain A.S. Turner, Lieutenant F.J. Gosset.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers at Kilbride Camp in County Dublin in 1905 with, left to right standing, Captain C. Pierce, Captain F.J. Gosset, Captain W.R.P.K. Betty, -?-, Captain A.S. Turner, 2nd Lieutenant E.T.W. McCausland, 2nd Lieutenant E.A.B. Orr, Lieutenant G.W. Hopton. Lieutenant H.M.L. Hunter, Lieutenant B.G. Bromhead, 2nd Lieutenant H.T.R. Curtis-Raliegh and Captain J.G.R. Walsh plus, sitting, Captain W.R.E. Annesley, Major H.E. Taylor, Lieutenant Colonel W.K. McClintock, Major A.J.W. Dowell and Captain E.H. Blunt.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers at Gough Barracks, Curragh Camp, in 1910 showing in the rear row, from let to right, 2nd Lieutenant E.M. Allfrey, Lieutenant H.T.R. Curtis-Raleigh, Lieutenant and Quartermaster Mr F. Batt.; in the 2nd row standing, from left to right, Lieutenant H.H. Shott DSO, 2nd Lieutenant R.B.L. Harvey, Captain B.G. Bromhead, Lieutenant P.E.L. Elgee, 2nd Lieutenant P.J. Reeves, Lieutenant L.H. Birt, Lieutenant E.A.B. Orr, 2nd Lieutenant C.W. Frizell, Captain A.M. Holdsworth, 2nd Lieutenant C. St Q.OP. Fullbrook-Leggatt and, in the front row, Captain T.E.C. Hunt, Captain L.H.M.P. Cockerell, Captain and Adjutant W.K. Bayley, Major C. Moore, Brigadier General Douglas, Lieutenant Colonel A.J.W. Dowell, Captain Packenham, Major H.M. Finch, Major F.W. Foley and Captain A.S. Turner.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers at South Front Barracks, Dover in 1911 showing, in the rear row, from left to right, 2nd Lieutenant C.W. Frizell, Captain A.M. Holdsworth, 2nd Lieutenant C.P. Wheeler, Captain P.E.L. Elgee, 2nd Lieutenant C. St.Q.O. Fullbrook-Leggatt, Lieutenant E.A.B. Orr, 2nd Lieutenant P.N. Garnett, Lieutenant H.T.R. Curtis-Raleigh; in the 2nd row are Captain and Adjutant W.K. Bayley, Major F.W. Foley DSO, Major G.J. Farmar, Lieutenant Colonel A.J.W. Dowell, Brigadier General F.S. Inglefield, Major C. Moore, Major H.M. Finch, Major A.S. Turner, Captain B.G. Bromhead; sitting in the front are 2nd Lieutenant E.F. Eagar, 2nd Lieutenant C.C.O. Mackwood and 2nd Lieutenant J.H. Woods.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers at Shaft Barracks, Dover in 1912 showing, from left to right in the rear row, Lieutenant H.T.R. Curtis-Raleigh, 2nd Lieutenant R.G.B. Perkins, Captain L.W. Bird, Lieutenant A.H. Perrott, Captain A.G.M. Sharpe, 2nd Lieutenant A.A.H. Hanbury-Sparrow, Lieutenant E.F. Eagar, Lieutenant C. St.Q.O. Fullbrook-Leggatt, Lieutenant P.N. Garnett and Lieutenant C.P. Wheeler; sitting are Captain L.H. Birt, Captain W.K. Bayley, Major D.B. Maurice DSO, Major H.M. Finch, Lieutenant Colonel A.J.W. Dowell, Major W.R.P.K. Betty, Captain A.G. Macdonald, Captain A.H. Bathurst, Captain B.G. Bromhead, (front L to R) 2nd Lieutenant J.H. Woods, Lieutenant E.M. Allfrey and 2nd Lieutenant T.V.B. Denniss.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers in 1913 or 1914 showing, from left to right in the rear row, Lieutenant C.P. Wheeler, 2nd Lieutenant C.W. Green, 2nd Lieutenant A.P.J. Hibbert, Lieutenant T.V.B. Denniss, Lieutenant R.G.B. Perkins, Lieutenant A.A.H. Hanbury ? Sparrow, Lieutenant U.S. Hopkins, Lieutenant P.N. Garnett and Lieutenant H.T.R. Curtis ? Raleigh; seated are Captain L.H. Birt, Captain W.K. Bayley, Major D.B. Maurice DSO, Major H.M. Finch, Colonel M.D. Graham, Major W.R.P.K. Betty, Lieutenant A.H. Perrott, Captain B.G. Bromhead, Lieutenant and Quartermaster Mr F. Batt and Lieutenant C.W. Frizell; on the ground are 2nd Lieutenant E.N. Burney and Lieutenant J.H. Woods . [This photo was taken at either Dover in 1913 or Aldershot in 1914. Lieutenant Colonel Graham took command of the Battalion in August 1912 and appears in this image. The location is further complicated by the name of the photographer as coming from Fermoy in Ireland ? The Battalion was not in Ireland during Lt Col Graham's command]

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