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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A colour photograph of the Officers of the Regiment with the Colonel in Chief, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, at The Redcoats in the Wardrobe Regimental Museum on the occasion of the final parade of the Regiment at Salisbury on 25th March 1994
Person(s): Muspratt, P W, Lieutenant; Biggs, 2nd J R, Lieutenant; Telfer, J A J, Lieutenant; Carpenter, M D, Lieutenant; Way T J, Lieutenant; Way, 2nd M J, Lieutenant; Thornbury, 2nd P C, Lieutenant; O'Connor, C B, Captain; Griffin, G W R, Captain; Rose, A J, Captain; Preece, R J G, Captain; Maconochie, 2nd C S, Lieutenant; Nevill, Reverend J M; Hicks, R G, Major; Dennis, P, Captain; Drury, F D F, Major; Wardle, R N, Major; O'Hare, T D, Major; Luckwell, R J, Major; Minty, N W J, Captain; Godwin, M K, Captain; Fontana, A P K, Captain; Brain, N B, Captain; Flavell, P R, Captain; Tomlinson, P C, Major; Paddison, R B, Colonel; Davidson-Houston, P E O'R-B, Colonel; Mackereth, W A, Brigadier; HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; Purcell, H M Colonel; Lake, A P B, Colonel; Stone, D J A, Colonel; Bowkett, S E, Major; Venus, S J; Franklin, B R F, Major;
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour photo of the grave marker at Kohima War Cemetery in Burma for L/Corporal F S O'Hare who died on 3rd May 1944
Person(s): O'Hare, F S, L/Corporal;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A colour photo of Battalion HQ Staff at Alexander Barracks, Aldegrove, in Northern Ireland on 3rd June 1986
Person(s): Rose, Corporal; Nicholson, Colour, Sergeant; Kleis, Corporal; Savage, Corporal; Burford,, Private; Thomas,, Sergeant; Stephens,, L/Corporal; Finnegan,, Sergeant; Duran,, WO2; Briard,, Major; Smith,, Captain; Kenway,, Colonel; Sherman, WOI; Allen,, Captain; O'Hare,, Captain;
1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo, taken from Sergeant Mundy's Journal, of Company Sergeant Major Kimber and CQMS Hare at Kingsway Camp outside Delhi in India in the winter of 1915 to 1916
4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo taken at Windmill Hill Camp, Ludgershall, in 1957 showing (Left to Right) Major General Sixsmith, Brigadier HOGG (Colonel of the Regiment), Mr HARE of the Ministry of Defence and Lieutenant Colonel METCALF, the Commanding Officer
1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo, taken from Sergeant Mundy's Journal (he was still a Corporal for a few more days after this photo was taken), of the Officers and NCOs of 'B'Company who were about to embark for India in October 1914 Photographer; Lady Muriel Herbert
Person(s): Mundy, F; Cooper, B, Sergeant; Jones, H, Sergeant; Hare, Colour E J, Sergeant; Elliott,, Lieutenant; Herbert, The Honourable G, Captain; Folkestone,, Viscount; Mundy, Corporal F; Lever, E, L/Corporal; Randall. B C, Sergeant; Dowding, Corporal S; Hibberd, Corporal S; Savin,, L/Corporal; Payne, C, L/Corporal; Critchell, W, L/Corporal; Target, S, L/Corporal; Charlton, A, L/Corporal;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A colour photograph of the Officers Mess on the occasion of the ?Maiwand? weekend 18th-20th July 1980 at Mercer Barracks, Osnabruck, West Germany. This photograph includes the Colonel-in-Chief, His Royal Highness Prince Phillip, who was visiting the Battalion at this time. This image is named.
Person(s): Wort, J, Lieutenant; Allen, R, 2nd Lieutenant; Carr, T J, 2nd Lieutenant; Haugh, K T, 2nd Lieutenant; O'Hare, T, 2nd Lieutenant; Davis, R, 2nd Lieutenant; Marsh, J, 2nd Lieutenant; King, P J,.2nd Lieutenant; Rylands, J M C, 2nd Lieutenant; Franklin, B R F, Captain; Proctor, D G, Captain; Bowkett, S E, Captain; Baynham, S Cm Lieutenant; Bryan, L, Reverend; Durant, S A, Captain; McDonald, S, Captain; Cook, S G, Captain; Silvester, J L, Captain; Stacey, P D, Lieutenant; Blackwell, K G, Major; Peters, J H, Major and Quartermaster; Kenway, A C, Major; Wakelin, C S, Major; Mackereth, W A, Major; Roden, J R, Brigadier; Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, HRH; Coxon, G, Lieutenant Colonel; Walker, N J, Captain; Saunders, S W J, Major; Parslow, C J, Major; West, N R, Major;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white passport-type photograph, taken sometime between 1984 and 1987, of Captain Tim O?Hare. At the time of the photo he was the Regimental Signals Officer.
Person(s): O'Hare, T, Captain;
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of three of the Officers Mess waiters in South Africa in the period 1899-1902. Centre and right are Privates Hare and Duffy. It is believed that this photo was taken by Lieutenant Hemp.
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of what was described as a ?Peace Lunch? at a farm near Clerk Siding, Cape Colony, South Africa, in June 1901. Present are Lieutenant Colonel E.H. Burney, 2nd Lieutenant Steele, Lieutenant A.H. Bathurst, Lieutenant Murphy, Lieutenant Wray (Attached) and Lieutenant R.H. Collins, all being waited on by Private Hare (stood left). The photograph was taken by Lieutenant C.W. Hemp.
Person(s): Hemp, C, Lieutenant; Burney, E H, Lieutenant Colonel; Steele, , 2nd Lieutenant; Bathurst, A H, Lieutenant; Murphy, , Lieutenant; Wray, , Lieutenant; Collins, R H, Lieutenant; Hare, , Private;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A colour photograph of three members of the Band in Cyprus during the United Nations Tour in the period 1984-1985 showing, from left to right, Colour Sergeant Bob Wareing, WO 2 (Band Sergeant Major) Bob Merritt and L/Corporal John Hare.
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of Bandsman John Hare performing in Northern Ireland in 1987.
Person(s): Hare, J, Bandsman;
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A digital colour image of the Commonwealth War grave for L/Corporal 5338822 Frederick Stanley OHare. He was killed in acton on the 3rd April, 1944 and is buried in the Kohima War Cemetery, Burma. He was the son of Thomas and Lilian O'Hare; husband of Hilda O'Hare, of Kentish Town, London.
Person(s): O'Hare, F S, L/Corporal;
1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the Sergeants in Delhi, India in 1915. It shows, in the rear row, from left to right, Sergeants Whatley, Huntley, Fluck, Holbrook, Stafford, Simmons and Waters. In the 2nd row, from left to right, are Sergeants Henley, Bowles, Hopkins, Card, Powney, Fetham, Blake, Garrett, Howe, Stoppard, Opie, Randell, Jones, Bretlain and Marsh. In the 3rd row, agan left to right,, are Sergeants Raine, Munday, Whittaker, Green, Graway, Chard, Leppard, Lenton, Holland, Wallis, Paget, Smith, Burns, Feltham, Grainger, Bailey and Kimber. The 4th row has Sergeant Rowes, Notley,Ellwood and Liddiard, Major Armstrong, Colonel Radnor, Captain (Adjutant) Bond, Sergeants Slick, Thorne, Hare and Thomas.. In the front are Sergeants Cooper, Bryant, Day, Humphries, Stowe, Randell, Drewitt, Walker, Sprag and Hoad. [Note the names are from the notes made by Sergeant Notley in the album, some of the names may have been misspelt]. Sergeant Munday later won the Distinguished Conduct Medal in Palestine in 1917 and Major Armstrong was killed in action whilst in command of the Battalion.
Person(s): Whatley, , Sergeant; Huntley, , Sergeant; Fluck, , Sergeant; Holbrook, , Sergeant; Stafford, , Sergeant; Simmons, , Sergeant; Waters, , Sergeant; Henley, , Sergeant; Bowles, , Sergeant; Hopkins, , Sergeant; Card, , Sergeant; Powney, , Sergeant; Fetham, , Sergeant; Blake, , Sergeant; Garratt, , Sergeant; Howe, , Sergeant; Stoppard, , Sergeant; Opie, , Sergeant; Randell, , Sergeant; Jones, , Sergeant; Bretlain, , Sergeant; Marsh, , Sergeant; Raine, , Sergeant; Munday, , Sergeant; Whittaker, , Sergeant; Green, , Sergeant; Graway, , Sergeant; Chard, , Sergeant; Leppard, , Sergeant; Lenton, , Sergeant; Holland, , Sergeant; Wallis, , Sergeant; Paget, , Sergeant; Smith, , Sergeant; Burns, , Sergeant; Feltham, , Sergeant; Grainger, , Sergeant; Bailey, , Sergeant; Kimber, , Sergeant; Rowe, , Sergeant; Notley, C, Sergeant; Ellwood, , Sergeant; Liddiard, , Sergeant; Armstrong, , Major; Radnor, , Colonel; Bond, , Captain; Slick, , Sergeant; Thorne, , Sergeant; Hare, , Sergeant; Thomas, , Sergeant; Cooper, , Sergeant; Bryant, , Sergeant; Day, , Sergeant; Humphries, , Sergeant; Stowe, , Sergeant; Drewitt, , Sergeant; Walker, , Sergeant; Sprag, , Sergeant; Hoad, , Sergeant;
1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of Number four platoon Sergeants, Kirkee, India, July, 1917. (standing L to R) L/Sergeant Dowding, Sergeant Howse (Platoon Sergeant), Sergeant Charlton. (Sat) CQMS Hare, Lieutenant G E Tucker, Sergeant Drummer Cooper.
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A colour photograph of Major Tim D O? Hare, officer in Command of ?B? Company in Northern Ireland, 1993 [Linked to 14357]
Person(s): Hare, T D O, Major;
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photo of 'C' Company team, winners of the Inter-Company Cross-Country shield at Fyzabad in India around 1930. Photographer; Munnalal Fyzabad, India - 2 copies
Person(s): Manning, J, Private; Walker, A, Private; Tunnicliffe, W, Private; Fairchild, G, Private; Taylor, A, Private; Higgins, J, Private; Stone, F, Private; Prosser, C, Private; Conlon, J, Private; Yandell, E, Private; Heywood, W, Private; Parsons, D, Private; Davies, G, Private; Ford, H, Private; O'Connell, C, Private; Evans, R, Private; Sherriff, W, Private; Savage, C, Private; Johnson, T, Private; Price, W, Private; Lee, C, Private; Butler, H, Private; Pannell, B, Private; Belcher, K, Private; Gillet, E, Private; Holmes, F, Private; McManus, A, Private; Bradnick, J, Private; Mullard, E, Private; Kfteley, H, L/Corporal; Noon, R, L/Corporal; Lovelock, Corporal W; Harris, Corporal A; Drewett, A, Sergeant; McLean, 2nd, Lieutenant; Smith, K P, Captain; Kingscott, Corporal A; Ryland, Corporal P; Condon, J, L/Corporal; Andrews, A, L/Corporal; Newland, H, L/Corporal; Bright, A, L/Corporal; Mapp, G, Private; Russell, G, Private; Weeks, H, Private; Lindop, A, Private; Drewett, A, Private; Harep, Privat F; Davis, W, Private; Smith, H, Private;
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;