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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the Warrant Officers, Staff-Sergeants and Sergeants of the Battalion in Meerut in 1909; the photo, on the back of Artefact 16871, is torn from a small booklet of such photos
Person(s): Bennett,, Sergeant; Crump,, Sergeant; Littlewood, Colour, Sergeant; Woodman,, Sergeant; Silvey,, Sergeant; Brackley,, Sergeant; Parker,, Sergeant; Dean,, Sergeant; Gough,, Sergeant; Cox,, Sergeant; Annetts,, Sergeant; Campbell,, Sergeant; Macey,, Sergeant; Godfrey,, Sergeant; Harrowing,, Sergeant; Addicott,, Sergeant; Davies,, Sergeant; Grey,, Sergeant; Bryant,, Sergeant; Biggs,, Sergeant; Dunkley,, Sergeant; Warner,, Sergeant; Brooks,, Sergeant; Inwood,, Sergeant; Gash,, Sergeant; Westbrook,, Sergeant; Parsons,, Sergeant; Woodley,, Sergeant; Embling,, Sergeant; Hanks,, Sergeant; Waters,, Sergeant; Feakes,, Sergeant; New,, Sergeant; Cox,, WO2; Champion, Band, Sergeant; Gash, Colour, Sergeant; Farmer, Colour, Sergeant; Wiggins, Colour, Sergeant; Lainsbury, Colour, Sergeant; Luty, Provost, Sergeant; Wells, Cook, WO2; Taylor,, Sergeant; Dyer, Colour, Sergeant; Inman,, Sergeant; Holley, Colour, Sergeant; Markham, Colour, Sergeant; Twitchin, Quartermaster, Sergeant; Barratt,, Bandmaster; Murphy, C F, Lieutenant; Gamble,, Colonel; Quick,, WO2; Holloway, Schmr; Godfrey, Colour, Sergeant; Aldworth, Colour, Sergeant; Tuttle, Colour, Sergeant;
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the winners of the Sirhind Brigade Cup, 1909 and the 3rd (Lahore) Divisional scouting Competition, 1909. [Standing L to R] Private Day, Private Burkwood, Private Daysh, Private Pottinger, Private A. Beeson, Private Litchfield. [Centre Row L to R] Private Dowler, Private Huggins, Private Hancock, Private Harding, Private Hemmings, Private Robinson, Private Fishbourne. [Sat L to ] L/Corporal Smith, L/Sergeant Gough (Scout Sergeant), L/Sergeant Crittenden, L/Corporal Davies.
Person(s): Day,, Private; Burkwood,, Private; Daysh,, Private; Pottinger,, Private; Beeson,, Private; Litchfield,, Private; Dowler,, Private; Huggins,, Private; Hancock,, Private; Harding,, Private; Hemmings,, Private; Robinson,, Private; Fishbourne,, Private; Smith,, L/Corporal; Gough,, L/Sergeant; Crittenden,, L/Sergeant; Davies,, L/Corporal;
Wiltshire Volunteers - Officers, senior warrant officers and sergeants on board ship en route to South Africa to join the 2nd Battalion. Standing, left to right, are Sergeant Thomas; Colour Sergeant Yardley; Lieutenant Luce (died of disease); Major Folkestone; Sergeant Harding (died of enteric fever 13 May 1900); Lieutenant Kendle; Sergeant Booker. Sitting, left to right, are Sergeant Gough, Sergeant Elwood (slightly wounded at Slapkrantz July 1900). Lieutenant Luce is remembered on the Malmsbury Memorial which reads "To the glory of God and in memory of Walter Cecil Luce Lieutenant of the Volunteer Service Company of the Wiltshire Regiment. Born November 27th 1873. Died at Springfontein South Africa February 11th 1901."
1st Bn, Wessex Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private Dennis Gough, L/Corporal Marcus Smith, Drummer Kevin Coulson and Private Eldon Clayton.
Person(s): Gough, D, Private;
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph sent to the Battalion by the officers of the 15th Ludhiana Sikhs on the occasion of the anniversary of the ?Battle of Tofrek?, 22nd March, 1908. [This was the battle fought by the 1st Battalion Berkshire Regiment in the Sudan 1885 alongside the 15th Sikhs] The photograph includes officers from the 15th Sikhs and the 2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment (the old 66th) who at this time were stationed in India. . The officers are named but the other ranks are not; it shows in the rear row left to right, under the arch Major J.R. Carden (15th), Captain C.A. Vivian (15th) , Captain H.S.E. Franklin (15th), in the 2nd row 4th and 5th from the left) Lieutenant A.H.H. Muir (15th), Lieutenant A.G.M. Sharpe (66th), in the rear row under right arch, Captain W.W. Muir (15th), Lieutenant G.W. Hopton (66th), in the 2nd row under right arch, 8th from the left, CaptainW.G.K. Gough (15th), Lieutenant E.T.W. McCausland (66th), 2nd Lieutenant R.G.T. Moody-Ward (66th), Lieutenant T.R. Aldworth (66th), in the 3rd row seated on the far left) Captain G.P. Hunt (66th), Major J.L.R. Gordon (15th), -?-, Major H.L. Richardson (15th), 6th from the left) Lieutenant Colonel R.N. Gamble DSO (66th), Lieutenant R.J. MacBrayne (15th) and Lieutenant and Adjutant C.F. de S. Murphy (66th)
Person(s): Carden, J R, Major; Vivian, C A, Captain; Franklin, H S E, Captain; Muir, A H H, Lieutenant; Sharpe, A G M, Lieutenant; Muir, W W, Lieutenant; Hopton, G W, Lieutenant; Gough, W G K, Captain; McCausland, E T W, Lieutenant; Moody-Ward, R G T, 2nd Lieutenant; Aldworth, T R, Lieutenant; Hunt, G P, Captain; Gordon, J L R, Major; Richardson, H R, Major; Gamble, R N, Lieutenant Colonel; Macbrayne, R J, Lieutenant; Murphy, C F de S, Lieutenant; Carden, J R, Major;
Royal Berkshire Regiment ? A sepia group photograph of 54 Officers and men serving with a garrison Battalion of the Warwickshire Regiment in Egypt during the 1st World War. All of these soldiers had previous service in the Royal Berkshire Regiment apart from the CO and Adjutant. (Rear Row L to R) Corporal Herbert, Private Richardson, Private Lamb, Private Burrows, L/Corporal Chamberlin, L/Corporal Gomm, Private Warner, Private Colton, Private Rally, Corporal Munt, Corporal Smith, (2nd row L to R) Private Ollowell, Private Barber, Private Holliday, Private Panting, Private Picton, Private Tobin, Private Millbank, Private Reeves, Private Webb, L/Corporal Bowler, Private Compton, Private Bishop, L/Corporal Judge. (3rd Row L to R) Private Blakeman, Private White, Private Mathews, Private Miles, Private Morris, Private Clarke, Private Treadwell, Private Underwood, Private Pearton, Private Wooldridge, Private Todd, Private Beer, Private Morris, L/Corporal Adey,. (4th Row L to R) Sergeant Coles, Sergeant Jones, Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant Gough, 2nd/Lieutenant H.M. Clarke, Captain and Adjutant T.M. Monk, Colonel D.W. Purdon, Captain R.D. Wigan, Lieutenant (QM) F. Goodey, 2nd Lieutenant A. Cobb, Sergeant Betteridge, Sergeant Lane. (Sitting L to R) Private Young, Private Reeves, L/Corporal Hessey, Private Collins, L/Corporal Stanners, Corporal Prince. [Most ifd not all of these soldiers would have been servingh during the Boer war and a lesser number in the Sudan Campagain]
Person(s): Herbert, , Corporal; Richardson, , Private; Lamb, ,Private; Burrows, , Private; Chamberlin, , L/Corporal; Gomm, , L/Corporal; Warner, , Private; Colton, , Private; Rally, , Private; Munt, , Corporal; Smith, , Private; Ollowell, , Private; Barber, , Private; Holliday, , Private; Panting, , Private; Picton, , Private; Tobin, , Private; Millbank, , Private; Reeves, , Private; Webb, , Private; Bowler, , L/Corporal; Compton, , Private; Bishop, , Private; Judge, , L/Corporal; Blakeman, , Private; White, , Private; Mathews, , Private; Miles, , Private; Morris, , Private; Clarke, , Private; Treadwell, , Private; Underwood, , Private; Pearton, , Private; Wooldridge, , Private; Todd, , Private; Beer, , Private; Adey, , L/Corporal; Coles, , Sergeant; Jones, , Sergeant; Gough, RQMS; Clarke, H M, Lieutenant; Monk, T M, Captain; Purdon, D W, Colonel; Wigan, R D, Captain; Goodey, F, Lieutenant; Cobb, A, Lieutenant; Betteridge, , Sergeant; Lane, , Sergeant; Young, , Private; Hessey, , L/Corporal; Stanners, , L/Corporal; Prince, , Corporal;
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the ?A? Company winners of the Inter-Company Cricket Cup, 1913. (Standing L to R) Private O. Stone, Private W. Turner, Private G. Carter, Private W. Walters, Private H. Wheeler. (Sat L to R) Private W. Hammond, L/Corporal M. Dee, C/Sergeant R. Gough, Lieutenant E.F. Edgar, Corporal G. Hewitt, Private C. Prince, Private C. Haney.
Person(s): Stone, O, Private; Turner, W, Private; Carter, G, Private; Walters, W, Private; Wheeler, H, Private; Hammond, W, Private; Dee, M, L/Corporal; Gough, R, C/Sergeant; Edgar, E F, Lieutenant; Hewitt, G, Corporal; Prince, C, Private; Haney, C, Private;
99th Regiment - Two black and white photos of the unveiling of a monument at Stangar in 1964 to four people, some of them possibly from the Battalion, who died in Herwn and Stangar Hospitals in 1879 during the Zulu wars in South Africa.
2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of 'E' Company team who were the winners of The Leinster Combination Football League 1909-1910 Photographer. Wm McCrae, 113 Stephen's Green, Dublin
Person(s): Sharpe, F F; Stratton, E; Hammond, F; Taylor, C V; Gough, F; Pike, A; Stevens, W; Runyeard, E J; Packer, J; Harvey,, Lieutenant; Dale, Colour, Sergeant; Hewitt, J; Ford, D; Stevens, R; Wright, T; Watts, A G; Holdman, F;