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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

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Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Warrant Officers, Colour Sergeants and Sergeants of the Royal Berkshire Regiment, mainly from the 1st Battalion but including the Regulars in the 4th/6th Battalion and from the Depot. This was the last photograph taken of the Sergeants Mess in May 1959, in Brock Barracks, Reading. This photograph is named.

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1st Bn Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white group photograph showing the Warrant Officer's, Colour Sergeant's and Sergeant's Mess at Brock Barracks, Reading, taken prior to the Regiment's amalgamation with the Wiltshire Regiment in May 1959 Photographer; N Loftus

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white group photograph of the officers of the new Battalion straight after the Amalgamation Parade at Albany Barracks, Isle of White, on 9th June 1959; the amalgamation was between the Royal Berkshire Regiment and the Wiltshire Regiment.

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66th Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers and Colours of the 66th taken in 1879. This is the only known photograph of the Regiment?s Colours that were lost the following year in the battle of Maiwand. Officers identified are rear row (Left to Right) Captain Cullen, -?-, Captain McMath, Lieutenant Pigott, -?-, (Colours), Lieutenant Beresford-Pierce, Lieutenant Stevenson, Lieutenant Roberts, Captain Oliver, 2nd Row, Paymaster Bryon, Lieutenant Colonel Galbraith, Captain Stewart, Captain Saunders, Lieutenant Price. 3rd row sat Captain Wood, Captain Garratt, Captain Murphy, Captain Soady, Lieutenant Jones (QM), Major Hogge, Captain Ready, Callaghan, -?-. Front row sat (between 1st & 2nd row) Lieutenant Smallpiece Lieutenant Hassard, Lieutenant Barclay, -?-, -?-, -?-, -? - , Captain Harris, -?-, -?-, -?-.

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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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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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1st Volunteer Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia group image of the officers at Lulworth Camp in 1906. It shows, standing, Captain J.H. Cooper, -?-, Lieutenant H. Hanbury, Captain R.J. Clarke, Captain Frederick .A. Simmonds, Captain A.F. Ewen, Captain Macfarlane Mason, Captain J. Walter, Captain F.R. Hedges, Lieutenant G. Morland, Lieutenant Nicholson, Captain Denis De Vitre, and Captain and Quartermaster D. Egginton. Seated are -?-, Captain and Adjutant T.E.C. Hunt, Colonel Keyser, Lieutenant Colonel Oswald Pearce-Serocold, Major Randolph and Lieutenant W. Ellison. In the front are Simonds (Royal Navy), Lieutenant Pearson, Lieutenant Compton, Lieutenant J. Simonds, Lieutenant L. Hanbury, Lieutenant Stevens, Lieutenant Cave, Lieutenant Lindsey, Lieutenant J.N. Aldworth and -?-.

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Berkshire Rifle Volunteers - A sepia photograph of Colonel Sir Robert Lindsey KCB, VC, in later life.

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Berkshire Rifle Volunteers - A sepia photograph of Colonel Sir Robert Lindsey KCB, VC, in later life.

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Berkshire Rifle Volunteers - A sepia photograph of Colonel Sir Robert Lindsey KCB, VC around 1881

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the officers mess in Krefeld, Germany, in April 1950. (slightly damaged in the centre). In the rear row left to right are 2nd Lieutenants A Bennett, J M Hartland, D W Fladgate, J Bretherton, J E Armstrong and J Loe, Captains S Royce (RAMC) and T J Yates (Chaplain) and 2nd Lieutenants W Lindsey-Hogg and F K Yiend. In the middle row are Captain S A G Cox, Lieutenants R T E Welsh, T A Gibson, K W Reynolds, P R E Freeland (Devonshire Regt), G T Graham and F J Stone, Captain C W Pearce, Lieutenants A E Carter and R B Waymouth. Seated are Captain M Chivers, Major (QM) A F Bacon MBE, Major G D Young (Devonshire Regt), Major E J Cottingham (Gloucestershire Regt), Major G Wort, Lieutenant N E C Kenrick DSO, Captain J R Roden, Major T Cooper (Royal Berkshire Regt), Major R K Archer and Captain A V Avery.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white group photograph of the Warrant Officers and Sergeants on the occasion of the amalgamation in 1959. It was taken at Albany Barracks, Isle of Wight on the 9th June 1959. It shows, in the 5th row, Sergeants D Kew, J. Dunkin, L. King, H. Bourton, F. Seymour (ACC), J. McQuade, D. Briggs, K. Parker and R. Allcock. In the 4th row are Sergeants F. Simpson, J. Fisher, S. Dunn, J. Dunford, T. Harris, A. Whitfield, R. Simpson, S. Aldridge, T. Binmore, P. Gaffney, W. Meade, O?Brien, P. Lewis, K. Szmelter and F. Crockford. In the 3rd row are Sergeants T. Leeder, J. Oxley, H. Dick, G. Bennett, G. Chappel, D. Welch, T. Roberts, W. Dunscombe, C. Wiggins, R. Collings, F. Bray, V. Middlecote, C. Ashley, S. Gibbs, B. Kelly, R, Bye and B. Brett. Then, in the 2nd Row are Colour Sergeants (Drum Major), W. Cholules, D. Todd, Sergeants R. Kirk, C. Cross, Staff Sergeant G. Cameron (REME), Sergeant J. Melksham (RAPC), Colour Sergeants R. Holligsworth, T. Houghton, J. Graham, Sergeant J. Cardice, Colour Sergeants A. Ault, F. Wheaton, F. Young, Staff Sergeant D. Parker (RAEC), Staff Sergeant A. Hardaker (RAPC), Sergeants P. Buckingham, A. Meynall, Colour Sergeant V. Pawson and Drum Major A. Ford. Finally, in the front row, are CSM (WO2) J. Barrow, C. Clacey, M. Hawe, F. Lane, RQMS J. Snelling MM, WO1 (Bandmaster) R. Hibbs, RSM (WO1) L. Hodges, Major General B.A. Coad CB, CBE, DSO (Colonel of the Regiment), Field Marshal HRH The Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinmburgh KH, KT, GBE, (Colonel in Chief), Brigadier D.W.B.T. Hogg, Lieutenant Colonel G.F. Woolnough MC, WO1 (Bandmaster) G. Haile, ORQMS D. Milton, WO 2 D. Mortimer, D. Brown, M. Collins, and WO2 A. Blacxk (ACC),

Person(s): Kew, D, Sergeant; Dunkin, J, Sergeant; King, L, Sergeant; Bourton, H, Sergeant; Seymore, F, Sergeant; McQuade, J, Sergeant; Briggs, D, Sergeant; Parker, K, Sergeant; Allcock, R, Sergeant; Simpson, F, Sergeant; Fisher, J, Sergeant; Dunn, S, Sergeant; Dunford, J, Sergeant; Harris, T, Sergeant; Whitfield, A, Sergeant; Simpson, R, Sergeant; Aldridge, S, Sergeant; Binmore, T, Sergeant; Gaffney, P, Sergeant; Meade, W, Sergeant; O'Brien, P, Sergeant; Lewis, P, Sergeant; Szmelter, K, Sergeant; Crockford, F, Sergeant; Leeder, T, Sergeant; Oxley, J, Sergeant; Dick, H, Sergeant; Bennett, G, Sergeant; Chappel, G, Sergeant; Welch, D, Sergeant; Roberts, T, Sergeant; Dunscombe, W, Sergeant; Wiggins, C, Sergeant; Collings, R, Sergeant; Bray, F, Sergeant; Middlecote, V, Sergeant; Ashley, C, Sergeant; Gibbs, S, Sergeant; Kelly, B, Sergeant; Bye, R, Sergeant; Brett, B, Sergeant; Choules, W, C/Sergeant; Todd, D, C/Sergeant; Kirk, R, Sergeant; Cross, C, Sergeant; Cameron, G, S/Sergeant; Melksham, J, Sergeant; Hollingsworth, R, C/Sergeant; Houghton, T, C/Sergeant; Graham, J, C/Sergeant; Caradice, J, Sergeant; Ault, A, C/Sergeant; Wheaton, F, C/Sergeant; Young, F, C/Sergeant; Parker, D, S/Sergeant; Hardaker, A, S/Sergeant; Buckingham, P, Sergeant; Meynall, A, Sergeant; Pawson, V, C/Sergeant; Ford, A, Drum Major; Barrow, J, WO2; Clacey, C, WO2; Hawe, M, WO2; Lane, F, WO2; Snelling, J, RQMS; Hibbs, R, WO1; Hodges, L, WO1; Coad, B A, Major General; Phillip, Prince; Hogg, D W B T, Brigadier; Woolnough,G F, Lieutenant Colonel; Haile, G, WO1; Mortimer, D, WO2; Brown, D, WO2; Collins, M, WO2; Black, A, WO2;


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66th Regiment - A black and white photograph of the surviving officers after the Afghanistan Campaign in Khandalla, India prior to the Regiments return to England, about Christmas time. (Back row L to R) Lieutenant Manus L. O?Donel (served from 1878 to 1882), Lieutenant Reginald E. T. Bray (served from 1881 to 1915), Lieutenant Granville de la M.Faunce (served from 1877 to 1903), Lieutenant Chaz Bury Adams (served from 1876 to 1881), Lieutenant George Lawrance Mellis (served from 1880 to 1882). (Middle row L to R) Lieutenant Jas W. H, Fitzgerald (served from 1877 to 1883), Surgeon Major Beattie, Lieutenant Colonel Somerville G.C. Hogge (served from 1872 to 1883), Major John Tobin Ready (Served from 1855 to 1887), Captain W J de la Poer Beresford-Pierce (served from 1872 to 1893), Lieutenant F. McCrae Bruce (served from 1876 to 1890), (Front row L to R) Lieutenant William A E Lonergan (served from 1880 to 1881), Lieutenant Hyacinth Lynch (served from 1880 to 1896), Lieutenant Chaz Mckenzie Edwards (served from 1879 to 1901), Lieutenant Frank W. M. T. Bunny (served from 1881 to 1904). Lieutenant Bray went on to form the 7th (Service) Battalion at the start of the 1st World War. Lieutenant Lynch went on to fight in the Sudan campaign with the 1st Battalion (the old 49th) in 1885, the only officer from the regiment to take part in both campaigns. [Taken at the same time and same place as 45415 - Sitters changed position]

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66th Regiment - A black and white photograph of the surviving officers after the Afghanistan Campaign in Khandalla, India prior to the Regiments return to England, about Christmas time. (Back row L to R) Lieutenant Manus L. O?Donel (served from 1878 to 1882), Lieutenant Reginald E. T. Bray (served from 1881 to 1915), Lieutenant Granville de la M.Faunce (served from 1877 to 1903), Lieutenant Chaz Bury Adams (served from 1876 to 1881), Lieutenant George Lawrance Mellis (served from 1880 to 1882). (Middle row L to R) Lieutenant Jas W. H, Fitzgerald (served from 1877 to 1883), Surgeon Major Beattie, Lieutenant Colonel Somerville G.C. Hogge (served from 1872 to 1883), Major John Tobin Ready (Served from 1855 to 1887), Captain W J de la Poer Beresford-Pierce (served from 1872 to 1893), Lieutenant F. McCrae Bruce (served from 1876 to 1890), (Front row L to R) Lieutenant William A E Lonergan (served from 1880 to 1881), Lieutenant Hyacinth Lynch (served from 1880 to 1896), Lieutenant Chaz Mckenzie Edwards (served from 1879 to 1901), Lieutenant Frank W. M. T. Bunny (served from 1881 to 1904). Lieutenant Bray went on to form the 7th (Service) Battalion at the start of the 1st World War. Lieutenant Lynch went on to fight in the Sudan campaign with the 1st Battalion (the old 49th) in 1885, the only officer from the regiment to take part in both campaigns. [Taken at the same time and same place as 45414 - Sitters changed position]

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