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49th Regiment - A sepia photograph of nine officers in civilian clothes at Dover in 1880 just before the merger with the 66th Regiment. The photo shows, in the rear row from left to right,) Lieutenant E. Rhodes, Lieutenant F.B.R. Hemphill, Lieutenant C. Evans-Gordon, in the centre row, Lieutenant W.A. Collings, Captain R.S. Green, Captain A.N. Burns.and in the front row, Lieutenant E.J. Brooke, Lieutenant J.T.F.Otway, Lieutenant H.W. Holden.

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1st Bn, Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers of the Battalion who rode with the Calpe Hunt in Gibraltar in 1883 showing, from left to right,Lieutenant C. Turner, Lieutenant G.S. Swinton, Lieutenant W.K. McClintock, Lieutenant C. Evans-Gordon, Colonel A.G. Huyshe, Lieutenant F.B.R. Hemphill, Lieutenant A.J.W. Dowell, Major C.B. Bogue, Captain H.W. Holden. [Lieutenant Swinton later took part in the Battle of Tofrek in which he was the only officer from the Regiment to lose his life.]

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Royal Berkshire Regiment Depot - A sepia photograph of the Depot cricket team in 1889. Sitting centre is Major H.W. Holden, and sitting on the right (in a cap) is Lieutenant Mauger.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Officers at St Elmo Barracks, Malta in 1891. In the rear row, left to right, are 2nd Lieutenant E.F. Holden, 2nd Lieutenant W.R.P.K. Betty, 2nd Lieutenant D.B. Maurice, Lieutenant R.C. MacDonald, Lieutenant G.H. Arbuthnot, Lieutenant L.F.A. Barlow and 2nd Lieutenant J.T.M. Hogg; in the 2nd Row are Lieutenant F.W. Foley, Lieutenant C. Moore, Captain F.B.R. Hemphill, Captain and Quartermaster Mr. T. Ford, Lieutenant H. Fitzherbert, Lieutenant H.M. Finch and Lieutenant R.B. Swinton; in the 3rd row, seated are Captain C. Turner, Captain H.L. Lee, Major E.T. Dickson, Colonel C.P. Temple, Major W.A. Collings, Major F.W.N. McCracken and Lieutenant A. Cave. Seated at the front are Lieutenant H.E. Taylor, Captain R.G. Chase, Major H.S. Hassard, and 2nd Lieutenant G.L.S. Ward.

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Royal Berkshire Regiment Depot - A sepia photograph of the 49th Regimental Depot cricket team 1891. Only the officers are named. In the rear row 3rd from the left, Major H.W. Holden, 6th from the left Lieutenant Sir T. Pasley. Front left is 1st Captain C.M. Edwards and seated far right is Lieutenant H.G. Fitton.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Regimental Polo Team in Malta in 1891with, from left to right, 2nd Lieutenant E.F. Holden, Lieutenant A.S. Cave, Lieutenant H.M. Finch and Lieutenant R.B. Swinton.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Regimental Polo Team in Malta in 1891with, from left to right, 2nd Lieutenant E.F. Holden, Lieutenant A.S. Cave, Lieutenant H.M. Finch and Lieutenant R.B. Swinton.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Battalion amateur dramatic group in Malta in 1893. On this occasion they were playing Aladdin. It shows, standing 4th from the left, Lieutenant E.J. Neve and 5th Lieutenant E.F. Holden. This was the 1st Battalion?s farewell pantomime in Malta in 1893. It was organised by Lieutenant Moore who wrote the extravaganza 'Aladdin and the Lamp', he designed all the costumes, took charge of all the stage arrangements, and directed the play. Sergeant Devaney was 'Widow Twanky' and the 'Princess' was a young English girl from a cafe in Strada Reale. Sergeantts Lavington and Border played two automatons singing a popular song of the day 'Put a Penny in the Slot'. The event played for three nights to packed houses. All Malta agreed that the Battalion had excelled itself in its final performance]

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Battalion amateur dramatic group in Malta in 1893. It shows, standing 4th from the left, Lieutenant E.J. Neve, (7th) Lieutenant W.R.P.K. Betty, (8th) Lieutenant J.T.M. Hogg., seated 2nd from the left, Lieutenant E.F. Holden, in the centre in civilian clothes, Lieutenant C. Moore. [This was the 1st Battalion?s farewell pantomime to Malta. It was organised by Lieutenant Moore who wrote the extravaganza 'Aladdin and the Lamp', he designed all the costumes, took charge of all the stage arrangements, and directed the play. Sgt Devaney was 'Widow Twanky' and the 'Princess' was a young English girl from a cafe in Strada Reale. Sgts Lavington and Border played two automatons singing a popular song of the day 'Put a Penny in the Slot'. The event played for three nights to packed houses. All Malta agreed that the Battalion had excelled itself in its final performance.]

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49th Regiment - A sepia portrait photo of Lieutenant Holden aropund 1880 Photographer; W Perry, Photographer to the School of Musketry, Hythe

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