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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of a potential NCOs Cadre course which ran from 17th January to 25th March 1977 when the Battalion was stationed at the School of Infantry, Warminster, as Demonstration Battalion

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of Private 5568021 George Oliver Scriven, ?C? Company in Palestine 1936. He originally enlisted as George Oliver Leach, changing his name in 1936 to Private G. Leach

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Motor Transport Section (MT) at Cromarty Camp, Sarafand, Palestine in 1936.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia aerial photograph of Cromarty Camp, Sarafand, Palestine, 1936. The photograph was taken by Pilot Sergeant Dale and the Battalion was using this camp at the time the photograph was taken.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of one of eight Royal Air Force armoured cars attached to the Battalion at Cromarty Camp, Sarafand, Palestine, in 1936.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of L/Corporal Gainey of ?C? Company on outpost duty in Palestine, in 1936.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of hut 42 at night in Cromarty Camp in Palestine, in 1936.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the remains of a village after a Royal Engineer demolition in Palestine in 1936. It was during these operations that the Battalion provided protection and assisted in removing the inhabitants.

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6th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private 11233 Robert Were Leach, taken shortly after enlistment. It is believed he initially joined the 6th Battalion and later transferred to the 1st. He was wounded in 1915 and later died of wounds on the 16th October 1916. He was the son of George Were Leach and Mary Julia Leach, of 37, Landor Rd., Stockwell, London. He is buried in Contay British Cemetery, Contay.

Person(s): Leach, R W, Private;


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private 11233 Robert Were Leach, taken it is believed on the 19th March 1916. It is believed he initially joined the 6th Battalion and later transferred to the 1st after being wounded in 1915. He later died of wounds on the 16th October 1916 having been wounded a second time. He was the son of George Were Leach and Mary Julia Leach, of 37, Landor Rd., Stockwell, London. He is buried in Contay British Cemetery, Contay.

Person(s): Leach, R W, Private;


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private 11233 Robert Were Leach, (front right) taken it is believed in 1916. It is believed he initially joined the 6th Battalion and later transferred to the 1st after being wounded in 1915. He later died of wounds on the 16th October 1916 having been wounded a second time. He was the son of George Were Leach and Mary Julia Leach, of 37, Landor Rd., Stockwell, London. He is buried in Contay British Cemetery, Contay. Seated front left is his brother L/Corporal Lionel Leach. The two standing have not been identified but are believed to be family members.

Person(s): Leach, R W, Private;


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white family group photograph of Private 11233 Robert Were Leach, (standing rear right) taken before the 1st World War. It is believed he initially joined the 6th Battalion and later transferred to the 1st after being wounded in 1915. He later died of wounds on the 16th October 1916 having been wounded a second time. He was the son of George Were Leach and Mary Julia Leach, of 37, Landor Rd., Stockwell, London. He is buried in Contay British Cemetery, Contay. Standing rear left is his brother Lionel Leach, and sat front left is his father George Were Leach. Sat front right is his mother Mary Julia Leach. The young lad in the centre is another brother, name not known.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the mother of Private 11233 Robert Were Leach tending is grave after a visit believed in the early 1920s. It is believed he initially joined the 6th Battalion and later transferred to the 1st after being wounded in 1915. He later died of wounds on the 16th October 1916 having been wounded a second time. He was the son of George Were Leach and Mary Julia Leach, of 37, Landor Rd., Stockwell, London. He is buried in Contay British Cemetery, Contay.

Person(s): Leach, M J, Mrs;


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Commonwealth War Grave of Corporal 11233 Robert Were Leach. The flowers were laid by his mother after a visit in the early 1920s. It is believed he initially joined the 6th Battalion and later transferred to the 1st after being wounded in 1915. He later died of wounds on the 16th October 1916 having been wounded a second time. He was the son of George Were Leach and Mary Julia Leach, of 37, Landor Rd., Stockwell, London. He is buried in Contay British Cemetery, Contay.

Person(s): Leach, R W, Corporal;


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3rd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Lieutenant William Leach MC together with his bride, believed to have beeen dated from 1918.

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Training Centre and Depot Wessex Brigade - A black and white photo of the Permanent Staff at Bulford in 1947

Person(s): Sturmey, Company Quarter Master A, Sergeant; Hill, F, Sergeant; Brown, Company Quarter Master, Sergeant; Starkey, H, Sergeant; King, W, Sergeant; Stoodley, H, Sergeant; Frampton, A, Sergeant; Clark, F, Sergeant; McNair, D, Sergeant; Wilkins, G, Sergeant; Foot, H, Sergeant; Rowe, R, Sergeant; Lloyd, T, Sergeant; Vaughan, R, Sergeant; Coleman, J, Sergeant; Ball, E, Sergeant; Adlam, W, Sergeant; Long, E, Sergeant; Lang, K, Sergeant; Young, Company Quarter Master E, Sergeant; Moody, G, Sergeant; Seary, Instructor C, Sergeant; Worrall, Instructor E, Sergeant; Wood, C, Sergeant; Merrick, I, Sergeant; Symons, G, Sergeant; Farrelly, J, Sergeant; Thomas, R, Sergeant; Elvin, F, Sergeant; Reading, Company Quarter Master H, Sergeant; Siegel, C, Sergeant; Wiltshire, R, Sergeant; Mahy, Company Quarter Master F, Sergeant; Wiggle, R, Sergeant; Johnson, E, Sergeant; Proctor, J, Sergeant; Niblett, E, Sergeant; Bird, P, Sergeant; Donoghur, F, Sergeant; Langley, Company Quarter Master R, Sergeant; Daines, Company Quarter Master G, Sergeant; Nance, V, Sergeant; Leache, J, Sergeant; Owen, J, Sergeant; Kearney, C, Sergeant; Brown, H, Sergeant; Lewis, D, Sergeant; Belsham, A, Sergeant; McCarthy, J, Sergeant; Barnard, B, Sergeant; Twigg, B, Sergeant; Bishop, D, Sergeant; Green, E, Sergeant; Bristow, W, Sergeant; Langham, J, Sergeant; Farndon, E, Sergeant; Richards, K, Sergeant; Ryder, M, Sergeant; Fields, Company A, Major; Bransom, Company MajorIM W, Sergeant; McNally, Quarter Master Instructor J, Sergeant; Williams, Company J, Major; Bevan, Company E, Major; Whitewick, Company E, Major; Vallas, WO 1 F; Bird, H L W, Colonel; Hobbs, Regimental J, Major; Munden, R C, Major; Keen, Regeimental Quarter Master H, Sergeant; Duffin, Company W, Major; Shipway, J, ORQMS; Randall, Company J, Major; Stephenson, Company W, Major; Pearcey, Company J, Major; Shord, Company D, Major;


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