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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - 12th September 2000 The Regimental Funeral of 2nd Lieutenant Marcel SIMON, of the 1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment, who was killed in action at the Battle of Oppey Wood in 1917 and was now being buried at Orchard Dump Cemetery, Arleux-en-Gohelle, France. This colour photo shows the representatives of the Regimental Association, (Left to Right) Pete READER, Mac McCARTHY, Marvin MILLER (Bristol Standard), Pete LANGFORD (Regimental Standard), Andy PADBURY and Mark BALL

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SBYRW : 33795

1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white digital image of four members of the recce platoon in the Libyan desert in 1964 showing, from left to right, Corporal Thomas, Private Miller, Private Hanna and Private Ireland.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment ? A black and white digital image of one of the rifle companies at Battlesbury Barracks, Warminster, Wiltshire, on the 7th October 1977. In the rear row from left to right are Privates Newsum, France, Tranter, Alden, Caves, Fitt, Leftley, Adcock, Robertson, Sanderson, Appleby, Greenhalgh, Barber, Roberts, Cotgrave, Byrne, Clarke, Allcock and Parret. In the (3rd row,agan frm lefr to rght. are Privates Newton, Millier, Matt, Appleby, Newman, Hughes, Guy, Goffey, Todd, White, Richardson, Gurnett, Mellam, Waddell, Davis, McAllister, Hewitt, Winnalls, Hughes, Hillsdon, Carpenter, Begam, Gill and Tonks. The second row consists of Privates Barton, Bramley, Galton, Hurn, Ellingham, Johnson, Feeney, Jeffries, Wells, Gomersall, Caldwell, Stone, Barrett, Evans, Scriven, Slater, Johnson, Parker, Telfer, Murrs, Elliot and Reid. In the front row are L/Corporals Perry, Goddard, Paskin, Tait and Truman, Corporals Walters and Clarke, Sergeant Merhlich, 2nd Lieutenant Crocker, Lieutenant Howman, Captain Briard, Major Bradley, WO 2 Hobbs, Lieutenant Charlesworth, C/Sergeant Johnson, Sergeant Godwin, Corporals Froxford, Cox, Hignett and Gardiner and L/Corporals Walker, Hedges, Ball, and

Person(s): Newsum, , Private; France, , Private; Tranter, , Private; Alden, , Private; Caves, , Private; Fitt, , Private; Leftley, , Private; Adcock, , Private; Robertson, , Private; Sanderson, , Private; Appleby, , Private; Greenhaigh, , Private; Barber, , Private; Roberts, , Private; Cotgrave, , Private; Byrne, , Private; Clarke, , Private; Allcock, , Private; Parrett, , Private; Newton, , Private; Miller, , Private; Matt, , Private; Newman, , Private; Hughes, , Private; Guy, , Private; Goffey, , Private; Todd, , Private; White, , Private; Richardon, , Private; Gurnett, , Private; Mellam, , Private; Waddell, , Private; Davis, , Private; McAllister, , Private; Hewitt, , Private; Winnalls, , Private; Hillsdon, , Private; Carpenter, , Private; Begam, , Private; Gill, , Private; Tonks, , Private; Barton, , Private; Bramley, , Private; Galton, , Private; Hurn, , Private; Ellingham, , Private; Johnson, , Private; Feeney, , Private; Jeffries, , Private; Wells, , Private; Gomersall, , Private; Caldwell, , Private; Stone, , Private; Barrett, , Private; Evans, , Private; Scriven, , Private; Slater, , Private; Parker, , Private; Murrell, , Private; Probetts, , Private; Elliot, , Private; Reid, , Private; Perry, , L/Corporal; Goddard, , L/Corporal; Paskin, , L/Corporal; Tait, , L/Corporal; Truman, , L/Corporal; Walters, , Corporal; Clarke, , Corporal; Merhlich, , Sergeant; Crocker, , 2nd/Lieutenant; Howman, , Lieutenant; Briard, , Captain; Bradley, , Major; Hobbs, , WO2; Charlesworth, , Lieutenant; Johnson, , C/Sergeant; Godwin, , Sergeant; Froxford, , Corporal; Cox, , Corporal; Hignett, , Corporal; Gardiner, , Corporal; Walker, , L/Corporal; Hedges, , L/Corporal; Ball, , L/Corporal; Owens, , L/Corporal;


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SBYRW : 45892

2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white digital photograph from a collection taken by Private 5574418 D.O. Woolard, Mortar Platoon, Support Company during the 2nd World War. This image shows members of the platoon ?brewing up? in Italy, 1943 - 1944. [We believe this might be Private ?Dusty? Miller, and L/Corporal Nicklen]

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