1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white portrait photograph of Corporal 7816 Robert Munday DCM and Bar. He is pictured here in his dress uniform around 1912. He won his first Distinguished Conduct Medal in 1914 followed by a second in 1917.
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Sergeant 7816 Robert Munday DCM and Bar. He is pictured here in the later years of the 1st World War in uniform. He is wearing what appears to be a miniature DCM and Bar. He won his first Distinguished Conduct Medal in 1914 follows by a second in 1917
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Sergeant 7816 Robert Munday DCM and Bar. He is pictured here in full fighting order demonstrating the use of the rifle and bayonet. He won his first Distinguished Conduct Medal in 1914 followed by a second in 1917
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Sergeant 7816 Robert Munday DCM in hospital after being wounded. He is wearing the Distinguished Conduct Medal ribbon. He is sat centre with the walking stick.
1st Bn. Wiltshire Regiment - A black and White group photograph of 'D' Company in August 1945 in India. It shows, in the rear row from left to right, Privates Evers, Wright, Ogden, Crampton, Faiers and Ketteridge, L/Corporal Ewins, Privates Davis, Rogers, Killick, Quinn, Stacey, Penny., Baker and Gaston. In the 4th row, agan from left to right, are Privates Millard, Ponting, C Glover, Baker, Thompson, Stone, Burrows, Woods, Slade, Winston, Rogers, Downs, Havenhand, Greacy, Tett, and Bowen. In the 3rd Row, from left to right are Privates Bennett, Payne, Burrows, Exell, Lucas, Elson, Mitchell, Brown, Mathews, Ede, Poulton, Williams and Webb, L/Corporal Dyke and L/Corporal Kay. In the 2nd row are Corporal Morgan, L/Corporal Read, Corporal Kemp, Sergeant Uppington, Sergeant Boggis, WO 2 Hibbard, Lieutenant Sievewright, Lieutenant Brown, CQMS Staley, Sergeant Jordan, Sergeant Bailey, Corporal Hillman, L/Corporal Holmes, L/Corporal Munday, L/Corporal Price, Corporal Murphy and Corporal Daniels. In the front row, again left to right, are Privates Pugh, Giller, Starling, Cockran, Fairman, King, Bennett, Wickham, Theobald and Hebden
1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the Sergeants in Delhi, India in 1915. It shows, in the rear row, from left to right, Sergeants Whatley, Huntley, Fluck, Holbrook, Stafford, Simmons and Waters. In the 2nd row, from left to right, are Sergeants Henley, Bowles, Hopkins, Card, Powney, Fetham, Blake, Garrett, Howe, Stoppard, Opie, Randell, Jones, Bretlain and Marsh. In the 3rd row, agan left to right,, are Sergeants Raine, Munday, Whittaker, Green, Graway, Chard, Leppard, Lenton, Holland, Wallis, Paget, Smith, Burns, Feltham, Grainger, Bailey and Kimber. The 4th row has Sergeant Rowes, Notley,Ellwood and Liddiard, Major Armstrong, Colonel Radnor, Captain (Adjutant) Bond, Sergeants Slick, Thorne, Hare and Thomas.. In the front are Sergeants Cooper, Bryant, Day, Humphries, Stowe, Randell, Drewitt, Walker, Sprag and Hoad. [Note the names are from the notes made by Sergeant Notley in the album, some of the names may have been misspelt]. Sergeant Munday later won the Distinguished Conduct Medal in Palestine in 1917 and Major Armstrong was killed in action whilst in command of the Battalion.
...1917 the 1st Royal Berkshire war diary entry reads:
4.30a.m. Battalion marched from BUIRE-au-BOIS and ROUGEFAY to FREVENT. Entrained at FREVENT 7a.m. Detrained at PERONNE 3p.m. Our detraining Companies distributed in temporary billets in PERONNE.
8p.m. Battalion marched off from PERONNE to HAUT ALLAIMES...