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SBYRW : 13908

1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of a memorial to twenty members of the Battalion who were killed in action on 23rd October 1918 in an attack on Ovillers; the memorial, and possibly their graves, are in Ovillers New Communal Cemetery, Solesmes, in France; the names on the memorial are 2nd Lieutenant Harold Lewis Palmer, 2nd Lieutenant Horace Burnaby Cooper, Company Sergeant Major G A Bray, L/Corporal T J Lowe, Private S Ervine, Private Arthur Pittman, Private A Mason, Private W H Trent, Private J Conner, Private J Elson, Private J North, Private Ernest Seabrook Terry, Private L U Dyball, Private A E Mace, Private Bernard Sharples, Private Walter James Weaver, Private Joseph Edmond Richardson, Private G Martin, Private E Bowden and Private G W Sawyer - the date of the photo is unknown

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SBYRW : 33337

2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Staff and Colour sergeants, India, believed to have been taken in 1909. In the rear row from left to right are Pioneer Sergeant Luty, Sergeant Macey, Band Sergeant Champion and Cook Sergeant Wells. In the middle row, from left to right, are Colour Sergeant Farmer, Colour Sergeant Gash, Colour Sergeant Tuttle DCM, Armourer Sergeant Smith, Colour Sergeant Wiggins, Colour Sergeant Aldworth and Orderly Room Colour Sergeant Godfrey. Seated from left to right are Colour Sergeant Holley, Quartermaster Sergeant Twitchen, Band Master Davett, Sergeant Major Quick, School Master Mr Holloway, Colour Sergeant Lainsbury and Colour Sergeant Markham.

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