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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of Privates Fenton and Osborne and Driver Causey of the Royal Corps of Transport on exercise but the place and date are not known

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1/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia postcard of Colour Quartermaster Sergeant Fenton with signature on reverse side during the 1st World War

Person(s): Fenton,, CQMS;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white newspaper photograph (Copyright) of Private Gary Fenton on duty on the border in Hong Kong in 1988. He remained in the Regiment after the amalgamation with the Gloucestershire Regiment in 1994 and became the first soldier of the Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment to lose his life in Northern Ireland.

Person(s): Fenton, G, Private;


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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Athletic team who were the winners of the 2nd Infantry Brigade Athletic meeting in 1935. (rear row Left to Right) L/Corporal Hatton, Privates Hall, Smith, Evans, Tanner, L/Corporal Felgate, Private Taylor. (second row) Signaller Gray, Bandsman Calloway, Private Shorey, L/Corporal Cainey, Boy Rogers, Private Cainey, Boy Wells, Boy Leaman, Private Weeks. (third row) L/Corporal Willis, L/Corporal Beaver, Private Legg, Boy Shergold, Privates Lawrence, Joyce, Hatherly, L/Corporal MacNaught-Davis, Signaller Hill, Private Beatty, Corporal Read. (front row) Privates Smith, McCormack, L/Corporal Fenton, Corporal Hemus, 2nd Lieutenant Woolnough, 2nd Lieutenant Hoare, L/Corporal Milen, L/Corporal Howard-Jones, L/Corporal Rapson. Boy Rogers later served in the 2nd World War where he was awarded the Victoria Cross in Italy. He was killed in action at the same time.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour newspaper photograph of Corporal Gary Fenton. He was killed at a check point in South Armagh. The Battalion deployed between the 16th March and the 16th September 1998 as the Armagh Roulement Battalion.

Person(s): Fenton, G, Corporal;


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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A photocopy of a black and white photograph of Private Gary Fenton (right) and Private Paul Pegrum in Cyprus in 1997

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of L/Corporal Fenton on patrol on Rosslea when they were deployed as part of the Fermanagh Roulement Battalion from the 10th December 1990 to the 5th May 1991

Person(s): Fenton, , L/Corporal;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A colour digital image of the Commonwealth War grave of Private 22393400 A.G. Fenton. He died on the 2nd August 1961 whilst on exercise in Canada. He is buried in Tidworth Military Cemetery.

Person(s): Fenton, A G, Private;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white digital image of Private Allen Fenton in Canada, 1961. He died in Canada on the 2nd August 1961.

Person(s): Fenton, A, Private;


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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of L/Corporal Gary Fenton on the day of his marriage. He was killed in Northern Ireland in 1998.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white group photograph of the team who were the winners of the 2nd Infantry Brigade Athletic Cup, the Runners up of Aldershot Command, and 4th in the Army Inter-Unit Championships, Talavera Barracks, Aldershot in 1936. It shows, in the rear row, from left to right: L/Corporal Haldron, Drummer Dale, Boy Leaman, Private Garrick, Boy Rogers, L/Corporal Milner and Private Barthram. In the middle row are Private Willis, L/Corporal Cainey, Private Chastfield, L/Corporal Rapson, Private Hatherley, Drummer Jones, Corporal McNaught-Davis, Private Pavey, Private Shorey and Sergeant Churn. Seated from left to right are Bandsman Taylor, Signalman Hill, Bandsman Calloway, L/Corporal Milen, 2nd Lieutenant H N Hoare, Captain W E Ludford, 2nd Lieutenant G F Woolnough, Sergeant Hemus, L/Corporal Howard-Jones, L/Corporal Fenton and Private McCormick. [Boy Rogers won the Victoria Cross during the 2nd World War in Italy

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