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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white portrait photo of Sergeant A Godfrey taken at Gibraltar around 1900; he served from 14.11.1892 to 13.11.1913 Photographer Campbell Sinclair, Gibraltar

Person(s): Godfrey, A, Sergeant;


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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the LAD (Light Aid Detachment REME) taken on 27th April 1994 in Alma Barracks, Catterick, Yorkshire. The photograph was taken shortly after the amalgamation of the Gloucestershire Regiment (28th/61st) and the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (49th, 62nd, 66th & 99th)

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Battalion tug-of-war team at Inkerman Barracks 1903

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Battalion tug-of-war team at Inkerman Barracks in 1903. This year they were the winners of the 120 stone Army Championship. (standing from left to right are L/Corporal Brooks, L/Sergeant Weston, Private Lailey, L/Sergeant Bartholomew, Private Tilton, L/Corporal Brown and L/Corporal Downes. Seated from left to right are Corporal Doubleday, Sergeant Major Bestley, Captain Moore, Sergeant Godfrey and Private Allen.

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SBYRW : 33313

1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of ?A? Company in Ireland believed to have been taken about 1909. This image is named but the exact location of each soldier is not clear, although the names commence in the rear row and go from left to right: L/Corporal Loynes, Privates Wells, Smith, White. Foote, L/Corporal Woodbridge, Privates Rose, Sumner, Titcombe, L/Corporal Hamilton, Private Talbot, L/Corporal Blissett, L/Corporal Carter, Privates Pither, Price, Mulcock, Harris, Woodley, Taylor, Exell, Dines, Wall, L/Corporal Jones, Privates Stamp, Shephard, Bowers, Talbot, Fisher, Webb, Messenger, Thomas, Meddings, Taylor, Corporal Wells, L/Corporal Bennett, Privates Chapman Litchfield, , Way, Grubb, Austin, Stevens, Knibbs, Riddle, Howard, Johnson, Adamson, L/Corporal Carpenter, Privates Lovegrove, Slatter, L/Corporal Wakefield, Privates Tagg, Huntley, L/Corporal Weaver, Sergeant Connolly, Colour Sergeant Godfrey, Bandmaster Mr Barwood, Captain Gossett, Lieutenant Hopkins, Quarter Master Sergeant Boshell, Sergeant Cornish, Corporal Hatton, Corporal Way, Private Cobbett, Private Saxton, Boy Connolly, Private Giles and Private Butler

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of ?E? Company Football team in India about 1909, the winners of the inter-Company 1st League. In the rear row standing are Privates Smith, Harper, Smith, Gleed, Hall, Orderly room Colour Sergeant Godfrey and Sergeant Drummer Taylor. Seated from left to right are Schoolmaster Holloway, Lieutenant C.L.Waters, Major G.H. Arbuthnot, 2nd Lieutenant -?-; and Colour Sergeant Aldworth. In the front row are Corporal Perkins, Private Higgs, Private Painter and Private Fudge.

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Staff and Colour sergeants, India, believed to have been taken in 1909. In the rear row from left to right are Pioneer Sergeant Luty, Sergeant Macey, Band Sergeant Champion and Cook Sergeant Wells. In the middle row, from left to right, are Colour Sergeant Farmer, Colour Sergeant Gash, Colour Sergeant Tuttle DCM, Armourer Sergeant Smith, Colour Sergeant Wiggins, Colour Sergeant Aldworth and Orderly Room Colour Sergeant Godfrey. Seated from left to right are Colour Sergeant Holley, Quartermaster Sergeant Twitchen, Band Master Davett, Sergeant Major Quick, School Master Mr Holloway, Colour Sergeant Lainsbury and Colour Sergeant Markham.

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4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the ?Key Parties? for ?C? and ?D? Companies at the drill hall at Maidenhead, 25th August ? 3rd September 1939. These soldiers were the main players for the two companies prior to the formal mobilization order that came on the Declaration of the 2nd World War (11.00 am on Sunday 3rd September 1939). The early work carried out by this group meant that the mobilisation of the 4th Battalion went smoothly. It shows, in the rear row from left to right, Privates Bavan (Orderly), Hopper (Telephone operator), Drake (Clerk), Fisher (Storeman), Townshend (Telephone operator), Weller (Orderly), Fenn (Storeman), Godfrey (Telephone Operator), West (Clerk) and King (Telephone operator). (Seated, fro left to right, are A/CQMS Battridge, CSM (WO2) Jarratt, Sergeant (PSI) Nutt, Lieutenant B.C.D. Eastwick, Major H.P. Verey (OC ?C? Company), Captain W.P. Serocold (OC ?D? Coy), 2nd Lieutenant H.W. Earthnow, Sergeant (PSI)Wilson, Colour Sergeant Chivers and CQMS Harding.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A colour digital image of soldiers from ?A? Company relaxing during a break in the training in Canada during Exercise Medicine Man in 1982. In this photograph from lrft to right in thr top row are Privates Reason, Melvin, Ian Tait, -?- and Gray; in the front row from left to right are Private Waghorn, L/Corporal Kordowski and Private Godfrey. [The call sign of the Armoured personnel carrier 13A identifies this group as Number one section; Three Platoon of ?A? Company.]

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A colour digital group image of ?A? Company which served in Crossmaglen, South Armagh from June to October 1983. Present in this photo are the following soldiers but the exact position is not certain. (Company Headquarters) Major D. J. A. Stone, Captains Haugh and Fordham, WO2 Fedrick, Colour Sergeant Trench, Sergeants Decarteret, Meskiri, Cridland and Tuckwell, Corporals Hope Reeve and Luke, L/Corporals Latham, Petherick, Garner, Roberts, Grocock, Edgar, Tonks, Smith 15, Maxwell, Edwards, Fisher, Simpson and Barter, Privates Kerr, Newton, Humphries, Godfrey, McGauley, Jacobs 65, Parrett, Shepherd, Speck, Salmon, Brown 09, Gardyne, Cutting, Fulton, Prossor, Barker and L/Bombardier Franks (RA Attached). From 1 Platoon are Lieutenant Higgs, Sergeant Moloney, Corporal McIntyre, L/Corporals Lerpiniere, Spence, Murtagh and Griffith and Privates Noonan, Mann, Gabriel, Pullen, Holmes, Cocker, Gollop, Brown 68, Burford, Whitehurst, Gibbins, Sims, Real, Amas, Roberts, Leeson, Boxall, Domjan, and Hassett. From 2 Platoon are Captain Smith, 2nd Lieutenant Dennis, Sergeant Curtin, Corporals Evans, Parks and Stanley, L/Corporals Hariss, Moyes, Hopgood, Mellam and Privates Curtis, Mee, Bowler, Crew, Parsons, McCafferty, Hudd, Powell 27, Excel, Harris, Murphy, Hingston, McDonald, Monger, Smith 29, West , Turner and Shepherd. From 3 Platoon are Lieutenant Chedham, Sergeant Coyle, Corporals Alle, Proberts and Davies, L/Corporal s Traveller, Kordowski, Weaving and Pocock and Privates Melvin, Powell 08, Vaughan, Panting, Hardy, Corns, Corns, Coupland, McCauley, Clerke, Smith 02, Reason, Reggler, Smith 21, Lanfear, Imerson, Keel and Wilson. From the Anti Tank Platoon are Captain Rylands, Sergeant Nimmo, Corporals Mallinson, Shead, Hall and Kirkland, L/Corporals Carey, Crowley and Goldsmith and Privates Gunning, Harriss, Wood, Hawkes, Richards, Hambridge, Ledgister, McKissick, Oldham, Dyer, Bailey, Rowlands, Jacobs 90, Langdon, Stewart, Humphreys, Attwood and Noden.

Person(s): Stone, D J A, Major; Haugh, , Captain; Fordham, , Captain; Fedrick, D, WO1; Trench, , C/Sergeant; Decarteret, , Sergeant; Meskiri, , Sergeant; Cridland, , Sergeant; Tuckwell, , Sergeant; Hope, , Corporal; Reeve, , Corporal; Luke, , Corporal; Latham, , L/Corporal; Petherick, , L/Corporal; Garner, , L/Corporal; Roberts, , L/Corporal; Grocock, , L/Corporal; Edgar, , L/Corporal; Tonks, , L/Corporal; Smith, , L/Corporal; Maxwell, , L/Corporal; Edwards, , L/Corporal; Fisher, , L/Corporal; Simpson, , L/Corporal; Barter, , L/Corporal; Kerr, , Private; Newton, , Private; Humphries, , Private; Godfrey, , Private; McCauley, , Private; Jacobs, , Private; Parrett, , Private; Shepherd, , Private; Speck, P, Private; Salmon, , Private; Brown, , Private; Gardyne, , Private; Cutting, , Private; Fulton, , Private; Prossor, , Private; Barker, , Private; Franks, , L/Bombadier; Higgs, , Lieutenant; Moloney, D, Sergeant; McIntyre, A, Corporal; Lerpiniere, , L/Corporal; Spence, , L/Corporal; Murtagh, , L/Corporal; Griffith, A, L/Corporal; Noonan, , Private; Mann, , Private; Gabriel, , Private; Pullen, , Private; Holmes, , Private; Cocker, , Private; Gollop, , Private; Burford, , Private; Whitehurst, , Private; Gibbins, , Private; Sims, , Private; Real, , Private; Amas, , Private; Roberts, , Private; Leeson, , Private; Boxall, , Private; Domjan, , Private; Hassett, , Private; Smith, , Captain; Dennis, , 2nd Lieutenant; Curtin, J, Sergeant; Evans, , Corporal; Parks, , Corporal; Stanley, B, Corporal; Harris, , L/Corporal; Moyes, , L/Corporal; Hopgood, , L/Corporal; Mellam, , L/Corporal; Curtis, , Private; Mee, , Private; Bowler, , Private; Crew, , Private; Parsons, , Private; McCafferty, , Private; Hudd, , Private; Powell, , Private; Excel, , Private; Harris, , Private; Murphy, , Private; Hingston, , Private; McDonald, , Private; Monger, , Private; Smith, , Private; West, , Private; Turner, , Private; Chedham, , Lieutenant; Coyle, , Sergeant; Alle, , Corporal; Proberts, , Corporal; Davies, , Corporal; Traveller, , L/Corporal; Kordowski, , L/Corporal; Weaving, , L/Corporal; Pocock, S, L/Corporal; Melvin, , Private; Vaughan, , Private; Pantin, , Private; Hardy, , Private; Corns, S, Private; Corns, , Private; Coupland, , Private; Clerke, , Private; Reason, , Private; Reggler, , Private; Lanfear, , Private; Imerson, , Private; Keel, , Private; Wilson, , Private; Rylands, , Captain; Nimmo, S, Sergeant; Mallinson, , Corporal; Shead, , Corporal; Hall, , Corporal; Kirkland, , Corporal; Carey, , L/Corporal; Crowley, , L/Corporal; Goldsmith, , L/Corporal; Gunning, , Private; Harris, , Private; Wood, , Private; Hawkes, , Private; Richards, , Private; Hambridge, , Private; Ledgister, , Private; McKissick, , Private; Oldham, , Private; Dyer, , Private; Bailey, , Private; Rowlands, , Private; Langdon, , Private; Stewart, , Private; Humphreys, , Private; Attwood, , Private; Noden, , Private;


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SBYRW : 42357

2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Warrant Officers and Sergeants mess at Shorncliffe in 1933. It shows, from the rear row from left to right, L/Sergeant L. Bates, L/Sergeant H. Gore, Sergeant J. Webb, L/Sergeant R. Godfrey, and L/Sergeant S. Thorndycroft DCM. In the 2nd row, L/Sergeant W. Rich, L/Sergeant G. Harvey, Sergeant J. Hayllor, Sergeant A. Dennis, Sergeant J. Leeson, Sergeant J. Allen, Sergeant C. Lickman, Sergeant W. Owen, Sergeant T. Walker and Sergeant L. Palmer. In the 3rd row are L/Sergeant F. King, Sergeant J. Clutterbuck, Sergeant I. Adams, Sergeant E. Green, Sergeant B.J. Wear, L/Sergeant G. Skuce, Sergeant W. Young, Sergeant A. Orsgood, L/Sergeant G. Coleman and Sergeant L. Moore. In the 4th Row, again from left to right, are Drum Major F. Tribe, Sergeant A. Millward, Sergeant J. Bromley, Colour Sergeant A. Palmer, Colour Sergeant J. Mayne, Colour Sergeant W. Button, Colour Sergeant F. Dilling MM, C/Sergeant P. Tanner, C/Sergeant F. Stroud, Sergeant J. Grainger, Sergeant W. Harris, Band Sergeant H. Wilkinson. (Front Row L to RE) WO?(CSM) G. Johnson, WO? (CSM) W. Goddard, WO? (CSM) A. Haynes, WO 1 (RSM) P.N. Jones DCM, Lieutenant I.D.H. Helby, Lieutenant Colonel C. St Q.O. Fullbrook-Leggatt, DSO, MC, Major J.H. Sugrue, Bandmaster E.A. Weaver, LRAM, RQMS R.E. Humphries, WO2 (CSM) J. Rizzato and WO2 (CSM) J. Weaver.

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia portrait photo of two Sergeants called Godfrey, one in the Royal Berks and the other the,2nd Queens, possibly bothers taken at Umballa, India in 1906 Photographer - Law Bros of Umbala and Jasauli

Person(s): Godfrey,, Sergeant;


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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white group photograph of the Warrant Officers and Sergeants in Egypt, 1905. Army numbers shown where known.  Back Row - L to R, Sergeant 1769 J. Dyson, Sergeant 4341 W. Hollier, Sergeant 4661 Addicott, [Believed] Sergeant Williams,  [Believed] Sergeant Reeves, Sergeant 2357 A. Dunston, Sergeant 3512 or 3448 Bloomfield DCM, Sergeant 3885 C. Littlewood, Sergeant 5117 Farmer, Sergeant 4603 C. Cornish. [Second Row from back L to R] Sergeant Gash, Sergeant 3604 S. Bryant, Sergeant Cole, Sergeant 4638 E. Bennett, Sergeant 3365 W. Day, Sergeant 2229 W. Ryan, Sergeant 4772 W. Thame, Sergeant 4664 J. Didcock, [Believed Sergeant Marsh, Sergeant 5036 A. Miller. [Third row from rear L to R ]Sergeant 4562 W. Wiggins, Sergeant 2319W. Knowler, Sergeant 4737 C. Godfrey, S Sergeant 4580 F. Tuttle DCM, Sergeant 3833 S. Robinson, Sergeant 4693 W. Aldworth, Sergeant 4524 F. Dyer, Sergeant 4599 A. Parfitt,  -?-, -?-. [forth row from rear L to R ]. Sergeant 3705 E. Borton, Sergeant 4825 A. Coveney, Sergeant 4386 C. Bostock, Sergeant 4455 F. Gash, Sergeant Hudson, Sergeant Preston, Sergeant 3418 W. Holley, Sergeant Bridges, Sergeant 2261 J. Sawyer, Sergeant Freed. [Front Row L to R] C/Sergeant 1094 T. Frape,  C/Sergeant 2250 R. Watkins, C/Sergeant 1737 J.W. Montague, C/Sergeant 2769 H. Quick, Sergeant Major J.H. Firth,  Major McCracken, Major H M Finch, Bandmaster 514 S. Dore, Drum Major 2431 H.S. Lickman, C/Sergeant 2462 F. Goodey, C/Sergeant 4437 G. Champion, Drum Major 3597 W. Taylor.  [NOTE - Sergeant Bloomfield DCM  died on the 22nd May 1927 at Battersea of coal gas poisoning. Bandmaster Dore  had fought at Tofrek in the Sudan, Sergeant Addicot was awarded a DCM in 1918 whilst serving with the British West Indies Regiment in Egypt. Sergeant Farmer became a Sergeant Major in the 5th (Service) Battalion. He was killed in action on the 13th October 1915. Sergeant Lainsbury was recalled in 1914 and became the RSM of the 8th [Service] Battalion winning a DCM] 

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