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49th Regiment - A sepia group image of the officers in Ireland 1864/5. [This image was taken at the same place as 6889] The sitters in the image are listed in pencil on the edge of the photo and numbered. We believe the numbering was done in the late 1890s. [Standing L to R] [1] Sergeant Major Parr. [2] Captain  Graham Taylor. [3] Captain William Young. [4] Lieutenant McCullan. [5] Lieutenant Robert Oliver Aldworth. [6] Ensign Henry Board Williams. [7] Captain Thomas Cowper Hincks.[8]  Captain  Edward J. Cresswell. [9] Captain William John Gillespie. [10] Lieutenant Edgar Londsale. [11] Quartermaster Kerridge, [12] Captain William Madden. [13]  Ensign  Phillip Alfred West. [14] Lieutenant and Adjutant Edward Mackay. [15] Not named [Sat L to R] [16] Captain  William Watts Corban. [17] Surgeon Major Saunders. [18] Paymaster  Henry Seymour Michelle [19] Major  Fanshaw William Gostling. [20] Colonel Cadwallader  Adams, [21]Major  Thomas Priauix St George Armstrong. [22] Captain  John Hopkins. [23] Ensign  John Arthbutnot. [24] Lieutenant John Issac  Nason. [25] Ensign Charles Pitcher Temple.  [26] Ensign  Edwin Glass Fern. [27] Ensign Smith Thomas Sidney [Sinclair]. [28] Lieutenant  George Shirley. [29] Ensign  George Charles Cockburn. [30] Ensign Carey [No Trace - could be a lord]. [31] Ensign  Charles Barter Bogue.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the Battalion Boxing Team who were the UK Land Forces winners, at Canterbury, Kent, in 1983. (Rear row ) L to R. Sergeant Paul Mehrich, Private Baston, Private Dave Mann, Private Paul Bryon, Unknown, Private Gayle, Unknown, Unknown, Private Lynch, Private White 14 (Front Row) 2nd from left Private Tindall, 3rd WO 1 (Regimental Sergeant Major Rod Hicks, Lieutenant Colonel Mackereth

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A colour photograph of the Colonel in Chief, the Duke of Edinburgh, with about half of the Officers (the remainder were absent on Operations) at St. Angelo Camp in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, on 11th February 1991 - 3 copies

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1st Bn, Wessex Regiment - A colour photo of 'N' Company's Officers, Warrant Officers and Sergeants "Five Months Old" on the occasion of a visit by the Commanding Officer, probably at Devizes, on 5th September 1990 Photographer; Borg Photography, Stoke St Michael, Bath

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour photo of the grave marker at Kohima War Cemetery in Burma for Private E Mackenzie who died on 16th June 1944

Person(s): Mackenzie, E, Private;


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photo of Sir Richard Luce, who had served in the Battalion as a second lieutenant in Cyrpus in the mid 1950s, with Brigadier Mackereth, the Colonel of the Duke of Edinburg's Royal Regiment, at the Annual General Meeting of the Friends of the Redcoats in the Wardrobe, the Regimental Museum, outside the Museum in the Close of Salisbury Cathedral in 1991

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A colour photo of some of the officers who attended the dinner at HMS Vernon given by the Officers of the latter to the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment, including Major General Derek Crabtree, the Colonel of the Regiment, on Thursday, 30th January 1986 Photographer; Photographic Section, HMS Vernon

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A colour photo of some of the officers who attended the dinner at HMS Vernon given by the Officers of the latter to the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment, including Major General Derek Crabtree, the Colonel of the Regiment, on Thursday, 30th January 1986, with some of their hosts Photographer; Photographic Section, HMS Vernon

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of Lieutenant Colonel W A Mackereth handing over at Osnabruck, in Germany, to Lieutenant Colonel C J Marchant Smith of the Green Howards who were relieving the Battalion in 1983 Photographer; Public Relations, 1st Armoured Division, BFPO 32

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo taken during Operation Banner, a short tour the Battalion undertook in County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland between December 1990 and May 1991 when they were officially stationed at Catterick, showing the Duke of Edinburgh visiting the Battalion and walking with Lieutenant Colonel Stone, the Commanding Officer, and Brigadier Mackereth, the Colonel of the Regiment

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo taken during Operation Banner, a short tour the Battalion undertook in County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland between December 1990 and May 1991 when they were officially stationed at Catterick, showing the Duke of Edinburgh visiting the Battalion and walking with Lieutenant Colonel Stone, the Commanding Officer, and Brigadier Mackereth, the Colonel of the Regiment

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo taken during Operation Banner, a short tour the Battalion undertook in County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland between December 1990 and May 1991 when they were officially stationed at Catterick, showing the Duke of Edinburgh visiting the Battalion and walking with Lieutenant Colonel Stone, the Commanding Officer, and Brigadier Mackereth, the Colonel of the Regiment

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo taken during Operation Banner, a short tour the Battalion undertook in County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland between December 1990 and May 1991 when they were officially stationed at Catterick, showing Brigadier Mackereth, the Colonel of the Regiment, in civilian clothes, visiting the Battalion with the Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Stone

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo taken during Operation Banner, a short tour the Battalion undertook in County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland between December 1990 and May 1991 when they were officially stationed at Catterick, showing Brigadier Mackereth, the Colonel of the Regiment, in civilian clothes, visiting the Battalion

Person(s): Mackereth,, Brigadier;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo taken during Operation Banner, a short tour the Battalion undertook in County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland between December 1990 and May 1991 when they were officially stationed at Catterick, showing Brigadier Mackereth, the Colonel of the Regiment, in civilian clothes, visiting the Battalion

Person(s): Mackereth,, Brigadier;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo taken during Operation Banner, a short tour the Battalion undertook in County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland between December 1990 and May 1991 when they were officially stationed at Catterick, showing Brigadier Mackereth, the Colonel of the Regiment, in civilian clothes, visiting the Battalion

Person(s): Mackereth,, Brigadier;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the Colonel-in-Chief, HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, laughing at something not in the picture, along with Major Wakelin, Lieutenant Colonel Mackereth, Major Parslen and Brigadier Roden, the Colonel of the Regiment, during a visit to the Battalion at Osnabruck in 1981 Photographer; Public Relations Photo Section, HQ BAOR

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A colour photo of the Colonel-in-Chief, HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, arriving at Brock Barracks, Reading, in Berkshire, on the 4th December 1993 accompanied by the Colonel of the Regiment, Brigadier W A Mackereth, and the Battalion Second-in-Command, Major Simon G Cook

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