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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo proof of Private FitzGerald (2nd from the left) and others on an indoor weapon training lesson in Berlin around 1972

Person(s): FitzGerald,, Private;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of a group of off duty soldiers from the Battalion in Ballykinler, Northern Ireland. Left is ?Paddy? Murphy, to the rear with just his head showing is Tony ?Beast? Pinnell, centre with the stripped jumper is Fitzgerald, and second from right John Dobie.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the Headquarter Company Tug-of-War team on Maiwand Day at Osnabruck, West Germany sometime between 1978 and 1983. The anchorman is Private Fitzgerald and the 4th from the front is Private Lenny Grainger, 5th is Sergeant John Dobie and front is Private Harris

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - Berlin 1971-1973 A black and white photo of Exercise 'Beechnut' 23rd July to 6th August 1972 at La Courtine, France. A Rifle section at the end of a Live firing Exercise seen unloading weapons. Second from the Camera with a 7.62 Self loading rifle, and wearing the headphones for an A 40 Radio, is Private Fitzgerald. At the rear checking the weapons is Captain BRADLEY

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - Berlin 1971-1973 A black and white photo of Exercise 'Beechnut' 23rd July to 6th August 1972 at La Courtine, France. A Rifle Section at the end of a live firing Exercise unloading weapons. Second from the Camera with a 7.62 Self loading rifle, and wearing the headphones for an A 40 Radio, is Private Fitzgerald.

Person(s): Fitzgerald,, Private;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - 'C' Company in British Honduras in 1970 A black and white photo of Jungle Navigation with (Left to Right) Private HADDOW, Corporal GREENIDGE and Private FITZGERALD

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph showing soldiers from what is believed to be ' 'A Company deployed on the top of the Londonderry Bridge during the ?Marching Season? in Northern Ireland in 1973. At this time the Battalion was based at Ballykinler. Facing the camera with rifle is Sergeant Head, to his left is L/Corporal Fitzgerald and far right is Major Rose.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of two members the Battalion Tug-of-War team warming up between 1971 and 1973 with (left) Private Oland, (right) Private Fitzgerald.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private Fitzgerald, a regular competitor with the Battalion Tug-of-War team between 1971 and 1973

Person(s): FitzGerald,, Private;


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment ? A sepia photograph of an officers group in Church Lines, Rawalpindi, India in April 1904. In the rear row, from left to right, are Lieutenant Blacke, 2nd Lieutenant Walter R.A. Dawes, Lieutenant Barker, Lieutenant Davies, 2nd Lieutenant Archibald V.P. Martin, Lieutenant Percy S. Rowen, Lieutenant Dansey and Lieutenant Cyril H.E. Moore, Seated in the middle row are Lieutenant and Quartermaster Henry Mankelow, Major Arthur G. Jeffreys, -?-, Lieutenant Colonel Finley C. Beatson CB, Major Louis H. Warden, Lieutenant T.Roche, Captain Mordaunt C. Richards and Captain Alexander W. Timmis. In the front row are Captain Tordiff, Lieutenant Guy, Lieutenant Francis E. Bowler, 2nd Lieutenant Hagger, Lieutenant Fitzgerald G.King, Lieutenant Denny and 2nd Lieutenant Harry F.D. Stirling.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of members of 9 Platoon, ?C? Company in British Honduras practising with the GPMG (General Purpose Machine gun) in the SF (sustained fire) role in 1970. On the far right with the binoculars is Private Fitzgerald.

Person(s): Fitzgerald, , Private;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of what is believed to be the Battalion Tug o War team in the late 1970s in training. The anchorman is Sergeant Tony (the beast) Pinnell, and, 2nd from the rear, is Private Fitzgerald.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of what is believed to be the Battalion Tug o War team in the late 1970s in training. The anchorman is Sergeant Tony (the beast) Pinnell, and, 2nd from the rear, is Private Fitzgerald.

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66th Regiment - A black and white photograph of the surviving officers after the Afghanistan Campaign in Khandalla, India prior to the Regiments return to England, about Christmas time. (Back row L to R) Lieutenant Manus L. O?Donel (served from 1878 to 1882), Lieutenant Reginald E. T. Bray (served from 1881 to 1915), Lieutenant Granville de la M.Faunce (served from 1877 to 1903), Lieutenant Chaz Bury Adams (served from 1876 to 1881), Lieutenant George Lawrance Mellis (served from 1880 to 1882). (Middle row L to R) Lieutenant Jas W. H, Fitzgerald (served from 1877 to 1883), Surgeon Major Beattie, Lieutenant Colonel Somerville G.C. Hogge (served from 1872 to 1883), Major John Tobin Ready (Served from 1855 to 1887), Captain W J de la Poer Beresford-Pierce (served from 1872 to 1893), Lieutenant F. McCrae Bruce (served from 1876 to 1890), (Front row L to R) Lieutenant William A E Lonergan (served from 1880 to 1881), Lieutenant Hyacinth Lynch (served from 1880 to 1896), Lieutenant Chaz Mckenzie Edwards (served from 1879 to 1901), Lieutenant Frank W. M. T. Bunny (served from 1881 to 1904). Lieutenant Bray went on to form the 7th (Service) Battalion at the start of the 1st World War. Lieutenant Lynch went on to fight in the Sudan campaign with the 1st Battalion (the old 49th) in 1885, the only officer from the regiment to take part in both campaigns. [Taken at the same time and same place as 45415 - Sitters changed position]

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66th Regiment - A black and white photograph of the surviving officers after the Afghanistan Campaign in Khandalla, India prior to the Regiments return to England, about Christmas time. (Back row L to R) Lieutenant Manus L. O?Donel (served from 1878 to 1882), Lieutenant Reginald E. T. Bray (served from 1881 to 1915), Lieutenant Granville de la M.Faunce (served from 1877 to 1903), Lieutenant Chaz Bury Adams (served from 1876 to 1881), Lieutenant George Lawrance Mellis (served from 1880 to 1882). (Middle row L to R) Lieutenant Jas W. H, Fitzgerald (served from 1877 to 1883), Surgeon Major Beattie, Lieutenant Colonel Somerville G.C. Hogge (served from 1872 to 1883), Major John Tobin Ready (Served from 1855 to 1887), Captain W J de la Poer Beresford-Pierce (served from 1872 to 1893), Lieutenant F. McCrae Bruce (served from 1876 to 1890), (Front row L to R) Lieutenant William A E Lonergan (served from 1880 to 1881), Lieutenant Hyacinth Lynch (served from 1880 to 1896), Lieutenant Chaz Mckenzie Edwards (served from 1879 to 1901), Lieutenant Frank W. M. T. Bunny (served from 1881 to 1904). Lieutenant Bray went on to form the 7th (Service) Battalion at the start of the 1st World War. Lieutenant Lynch went on to fight in the Sudan campaign with the 1st Battalion (the old 49th) in 1885, the only officer from the regiment to take part in both campaigns. [Taken at the same time and same place as 45414 - Sitters changed position]

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49th Regiment - A sepia portrait photo of Lieutenant Colonel FitzGerald around 1880 Photographer; H J Metcalfe, High Row, Richmond, Yorkshire

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A colour photo of the Corporals Mess on the occasion of the presentation of new Colours by Duke of Edinburgh in 1984

Person(s): Husher, R P, L/Corporal; Carey, N C, L/Corporal; Simonowski, J, L/Corporal; Goldsmith, D A, L/Corporal; Hare, J D, L/Corporal; Hauxwell, J D, L/Corporal; Telfer, D, L/Corporal; Devlin, B, L/Corporal; Savage, A G, L/Corporal; Plomer, A P, L/Corporal; Blaber, B D, L/Corporal; Jackson, S J, L/Corporal; Wood, M, L/Corporal; Hibberd, S R, L/Corporal; Nichol, G, L/Corporal; Pickford, B, L/Corporal; Lerpinere, M G, L/Corporal; Collins, R A, L/Corporal; Shears, W J, L/Corporal; McGuire, M J, L/Corporal; Missenden, I, L/Corporal; Goodwin, J E, L/Corporal; Decarteret, T W J, L/Corporal; Fraser, K, L/Corporal; Scott, P, L/Corporal; Crawford, J P, L/Corporal; Bury, R, L/Corporal; Latham, C, L/Corporal; Flay, S C, L/Corporal; Traveller, A E, L/Corporal; Silvester, S E, L/Corporal; Simpson, G, L/Corporal; White, N, L/Corporal; Murtagh, P, L/Corporal; Haddow, M G, L/Corporal; Hardy, J, L/Corporal; Wragg, B J, L/Corporal; Mellor, A R, L/Corporal; Clucas, W N, L/Corporal; Grocock, D E, L/Corporal; Gibbs, W J, L/Corporal; Roller, A J, L/Corporal; O'Doherty, G L, L/Corporal; Brent, P G, L/Corporal; Olphert, G, L/Corporal; Hoare, S, L/Corporal; Fisher, A F, L/Corporal; Nash, S, L/Corporal; Hudd, C J, L/Corporal; Poole, G B, L/Corporal; Moore, G L, L/Corporal; Carpenter, L/CorporalJ; Edwards, G P, L/Corporal; Archer, R G, L/Corporal; Tuck, B, L/Corporal; South, D M F, L/Corporal; Dennison, PG, L/Corporal; Pollitt, K, L/Corporal; Gifford, G A, L/Corporal; Ellison, T R, L/Corporal; East, S G, L/Corporal; Hunt, S I, L/Corporal; Johnson, B J, L/Corporal; Quashie, J B, L/Corporal; Mellam, B, L/Corporal; Wardall, N D, L/Corporal; Stevens, D J, L/Corporal; Dunford, M C, L/Corporal; Driscoll, Corporal P J; Mills, Corporal G G; Evans, Corporal W M; Proberts, Corporal S J; Edwards, P, L/Corporal; Hopgood, M J, L/Corporal; Hanson, F W, L/Corporal; Smith, M J, L/Corporal; Fitzgerald, B, L/Corporal; Hutchings, M C, L/Corporal; Gray, G K, L/Corporal; Smart, L M, L/Corporal; Barlow, M A, L/Corporal; Knowles, Corporal R J; Alden, P B, L/Corporal; Gayle, C W, L/Corporal; Griffith, P L, L/Corporal; Wright, S C, L/Corporal; Bowler, R J, L/Corporal; Sellers, Corporal G L; Dollimore, T B, L/Corporal; Weaving, D J, L/Corporal; Shannon, F, L/Corporal; Harbrom, R J, L/Corporal; Lynch, B F, L/Corporal; Cowley, C J, L/Corporal; Petherick, Corporal R K; Kleis, Corporal M; Brown, Corporal W S; Tait, Corporal P J; Garner, Corporal C S; Thirtle, B C, L/Corporal; O'Neill, G N, L/Corporal; Hayter, Corporal M K; Coates, Corporal R L; Thompson, Corporal P; Allen, Corporal D; Hickman, Corporal R C; Brown, Corporal D J; Lee, Corporal M J; Sutherland, Corporal D; Stevens, Corporal J A; Reading, Corporal M C; Stanley, Corporal F N; Fodey, Corporal M A; Davies, Corporal M; Smith, Corporal G D; Cook, Corporal P D; Hiscock, Corporal A; Owens, Corporal R; Edworthy, Corporal C W; Jones, Corporal D C; Finley, Corporal R; Thackeray, Corporal A C; Bones, Corporal S F; Sumner, Corporal C; McIntyre, Corporal A B; Luke, Corporal M J; Goffey, Corporal S; Foy, Corporal K; Parks, Corporal J A G; McIntyre, Corporal R; Gibbs, Corporal A D; Essery, Corporal J A; Davies, Corporal W F; Adcock, M P, L/Corporal; Ball, Corporal N K; Gorrod, Corporal C J; Perry, Corporal C R; Ballantyne, Corporal J M; Cook, Corporal A W J; Hillsdon, Corporal M; Taylor, Corporal C J; Chapman, Corporal C P R; Harvey, Corporal A P; Oland, Corporal S P; Finnegan, Corporal L A; Webb, Corporal P; Annear, Corporal D G; West, Corporal A J P; Frayling, Corporal T; Hicks, WO 1 R G; Crabtree, Generaleral D T, Major; Prince Philip, Field-Marshall The HRH; Duke of Edinburgh; Mackereth, W A, Colonel; Wright, Corporal J F; Hawkins, Corporal D J; Heal, Corporal R E; Herbert, Corporal K J; Hignett, Corporal M A; Simms, Corporal R G; Martin, Corporal R G; Rose, Corporal D; Vincent, Corporal R; Smith, Corporal L L; Waterfall, Corporal J V; Bennett, Corporal K; Harris, Corporal R; Thomas, Corporal J R; Hall, Corporal P D; Murrell, Corporal K B;


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66th Regiment - A sepia portrait photo of Lieutenant Fitzgerald in civilian clothes around 1865 Photographer; Sidney Victor White, Talbot Lodge, Castle Street, Reading

Person(s): Fitzgerald;


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