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Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of Major C N B Dawson who was seconded from the Regiment to the Parachute Regiment - this photo was taken at Arnheim in 1944 just before he was killed; at that time he was Brigade Major to Brigadier Hackett. He was the grandson of Captain Mayne who commanded the 3rd Light Cavalry (later Mayne's Horse) at Maiwand

Person(s): Dawson, C N B;


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SBYRW : 25305

1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - One of 53 photos catalogued from the over 100 contained in a photographic album/journal from the period 1942-1946 compiled by Private S J Day; this sepia photo shows Private Mickey Dawson and Sergeant Norman Parry after the Battalion moved back to Thania for more jungle training in 1943

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99th Regiment - A sepia portrait photograph of Major M. Dawson Hill. He served in Natal during the Zulu Campaign. Photographer: M Bansassy, 37, Adderley Street, Cape Town in South Africa

Person(s): Dawson Hill, M, Major;


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SBYRW : 26241

99th Regiment - A sepia portrait photograph of Major M. Dawson Hill in civilian clothes later in life. He served in Natal during the Zulu Campaign. Photographer: B J Edwards, 6, The Grove, Hackney, Londondon

Person(s): Dawson Hill, M, Major;


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SBYRW : 34548

6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white group photograph of ?C? Company at the drill hall at Maidenehead on the occasion of mobilization on the 3rd September 1939. In the top row from left to right are Privates Wilson, Sharpe, A.J. Addaway, Powell, Bond, Eaudel, W. Cowell, Bartlett, Cornish, J. Carpenter, Blistow, J. Cowell, Jarrett, A.F. Hanis, Hopper, House, Jerome, Venables, Pauffley, Rowland, Beckley, Mead, Young, Wheeler, Clarke, Ashford and Weatherall. In the 2nd Row are Privates H. Beadley, Beadley, Bradley, Ayres, Green, Hoselett, Ambrose, E.E. Quelch, G. Eaton, Sandford, Brown, Wisha, W.G. Simmonds, A.E. Harris, Bishop, Newman, May, E.J. Cowell, Rees, Miks, Maynard, Cruch, Jeffreys, Smith, E.F. Quelch and Goulding. In the 3rd row are Private Herridge, L/Corporal Thompson, Private H.G. Bradley, Private Evans, Corporal Cole, Sergeant McGuire, 2nd Lieutenant S.M. Fox, Major H.P. Verey, 2nd Lieutenant P.H. Brownliss, Sergeant Mills, Corporal Chamberlin, Corporal Brooklyn, L/Corporal Jarrett, Privates Bryon, Rance, L/Corporal Taylor, Privates Poolman, Rockell, Corporal Pullen, Sergeant Turner, CSM (WO2) Whye, Lieutenant B.S.D. Eastwick, 2nd Lieutenant L.O. Prichard, CQMS Nutt, Sergeant Betteridge, Corporal Venables, L/Corporal Smith, and Privates Roberts and Wells. In the 4th row are Privates Becky, Collis, T.G. Eaton, Bradley, V. Carpenter, Bedborough, Bradfield, Wetherall, Langford, A. Bryant, T.G. Simmonds, Tomlish, D. Bryant, V Drake, Welland, Townshend, E.S. Addaway, Dawson and Fisher.

Person(s): Verey, H P, Captain; Wilson, , Private; Sharpe, , Private; Addaway,A J , Private; Powell, , Private; Bond, , Private; Eaudel, , Private; Cowell, W, Private; Bartlett, , Private; Cornish,J , Private; Carpenter, , Private; Blistow, , Private; Cowell, J, Private; Jarrett, , Private; Harris, A F, Private; Hopper, , Private; House, , Private; Jerome, , Private; Venables, , Private; Pauffley, , Private; Rowland, , Private; Beckley, , Private; Mead, , Private; Young, , Private; Wheeler, , Private; Clarke, , Private; Ashford, , Private; Wetherall, , Private; Beadley, H , Private; Beadley, , Private; Bradley, , Private; Ayres, , Private; Green, , Private; Hoselett, , Private; Ambrose, , Private; Quelch, E E, Private; Eaton, G , Private; Sandford, , Private; Brown, , Private; Wisha, , Private; Simmonds, W G, Private; Harris,A E , Private; Bishop, , Private; Newman, , Private; May, , Private; Cowell, E J, Private; Rees, , Private; Miks, , Private; Maynard, , Private; Cruch, , Private; Jefferys, , Private; Smith, , Private; Quelch, E F, Private; Golding, , Private; Herridge, , Private; Thompson, , L/Corporal; Bradley,H G , Private; Evans, , Private; Cole, , Corporal; McGuire, , Sergeant; Fox, S M, 2nd Lieutenant; Verey, H P, Major; Brownliss, P H, 2nd Lieutenant; Mills, , Sergeant; Chamberlin, , Corporal; Brocklyn, , Corporal; Jarrett, , L/Corporal; Bryon, , Private; Rance, , Private; Taylor, , L/Corporal; Poolman, , Private; Rockell, , Private; Pullen, , Corporal; Turner, , Sergeant; Whye, , WO2; Eastwick, B S D, Lieutenant; Prichard, L O, Lieutenant; Nutt, , CQMS; Betteridge, , Sergeant; Venables, , Corporal; Smith, , L/Corporal; Roberts, , Private; Wells, , Private; Becky, , Private; Collis, , Private; Eaton,T G , Private; Carpenter, V, Private; Bedborough, , Private; Bradfield, , Private; Langford, , Private; Bryant, A, Private; Simmonds,T G , Private; Tomlish, , Private; Bryant, D, Private; Vess, , Private; Drake, , Private; Welland, , Private; Townshend, , Private; Addaway, E S, Private; Dawson, , Private; Fisher, , Private;


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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the officers in Kamptee, India, in July 1927, showing, n the rear row from left to right, 2nd Lieutenant Wrigley, Lieutenant Everett, Lieutenant Strong, Lieutenant Guise, 2nd Lieutenant Coad, 2nd Lieutenant Grove, Captain Clachan (New Zealand Forces attached), 2nd Lieutenant Hungerford, 2nd Lieutenant Richardson and 2nd Lieutenant Kincaid. Seated are Lieutenant (Adjutant) Prest, Major Culver, Major Macarthey (Military Secretary), Lieutenant Colonel Barker, Field Marshal Sir W Birdwood, Major Rowan, Captan Dawson (ADC), Captain Watson and Lieutenant (Quartermaster) Parker.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photocopy of a photograph of Lieutenant Charles N.B. Dawson who joined the Regiment in 1936 and was evacuated from Dunkirk winning the Military Cross. He joined the airborne forces and was killed in action at Arnhem on the 20th September 1944.

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Sergeants Mess in Kalaw,Burma, 1946

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A digital copy of a sepia photograph of the Sergeants Mess members in Kalaw, Burma, January, 1947. [Rear Row l to R] Sergeants Dawson, Gilbert Scott Selwyn, D. Shave, Pounds, Frewen, Theodore Martin Shave, Kirby [Forth Row L to R] Sergeants Doherty, Ellens, C/Sergeant Green, Sergeants Dobson, Brackley, Armourer Sergeant March, Hope. [Third Row L to R] Sergeants Perry, Walters, Beer, C/Sergeant Cowtan, Sergeants Scrase, Tolhurst, Pearce Matthews, Webster, Sharpe, Proctor, Ellis. [Second Row L to R] CSM Sibley MM CSM Sullivan, CSM Pearson, RSM Barber, Lieutenant Colonel Harold Du Pre Finch,DSO, Captain T.C.S. Jennings, RQMS Smith, ORQMS Bune, CSM Matthews, C/Sergeant Barnes [Front Row L to R] Cook Sergeant Page, Sergeants Graham, Koslosky, Sinfield, Poll.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private Tim Dawson in Hong Kong in 1988.

Person(s): Dawson, T, Private;


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2nd Volunteer Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the officers at Annual Camp, Landsdown, Bath,  August 1889.  Rear Row L to R, Lieutenant C.W. Maggs, Lieutenant Payter, Lieutenant C. Luce, Lieutenant Bailey, Lieutenant Wingfield, Captain Marsh, Doctor J. Cowie, Captain C.S. Rumboll, Major Mount-Biggs,  Major Cuss.  Middle Row L to R, Captain Darley [Quartermaster], Captain H. Bevier, Major J.A. Randell, Major W.P. Bouverie, Colonel R.W. Merriman, Captain F.S. Picot, Major W.R. Brinkworth. Sat front L to R, Lieutenant E.L. Anstie, Lieutenant Dawson, Captain G. Stephenson, Lieutenant A.J. Randell. 

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SBYRW : 9643

Royal Berkshire Regiment - A photocopy of a black and white photo of the presentation of Queens Colours by Major General J R Walker to the 6th, 7th, 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th Battalions during the 1st World War, probably in 1919 Photographer; C E and A May

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SBYRW : 9697

Royal Berkshire Regiment, attached to 4th Parachute Brigade - A black and white photo of the gravestone ofMajor Charles Neville Bruce Dawson who died on 20th September 1944 and is buried at Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery in Holland - the photo was taken in August 1961

Person(s): Dawson, C N B, Major;


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