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The village of Ballykinlar.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A collection of four colour photographs of miscellaneous scenes of Ballykinlar, Northern Ireland, where the Battalion was stationed in 2000, and the surrounding area including the local facilities.

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1st Bn, Wessex Regiment - A colour photo of the Warrant Officers and Sergeants at Annual Camp in 1979 in Cultybraggan in Mess Dress or Dinner Jackets

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of a group of off duty soldiers from the Battalion in Ballykinler, Northern Ireland during the 1973-75 tour. Second from the left is ?Paddy? Murphy, to the rear with just his head showing is Tony ?Beast? Pinnell, centre with the striped jumper is Fitzgerald, and right John Dobie.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of a group of off duty soldiers from the Battalion in Ballykinler, Northern Ireland. Left is ?Paddy? Murphy, to the rear with just his head showing is Tony ?Beast? Pinnell, centre with the stripped jumper is Fitzgerald, and second from right John Dobie.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of 3 Platoon of "A" Company taken on 27th April 1994 in Alma Barracks, Catterick, Yorkshire. The photograph was taken shortly after the amalgamation of the Gloucestershire Regiment (28th/61st) and the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (49th, 62nd, 66th & 99th)

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Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Captain T Murphy, Adjutant of the 3rd Militia Battalion in Reading from 1875 to 1880, who retired with the rank of Colonel. He lived in Reading for many years and retired to Southsea in 1895. Captain Murphy had served in the Crimea with the 46th of Foot exchanging to the 66th where he remained for the remainder of his service. When the Regiment returned to England after the battle of Maiwand in 1880, Captain Murphy was selected to command the Guard of Honour at Osborne House for Queen Victoria, and accordingly went to live in a small cottage nearby which he named 'Maiwand Cottage'. His son later remembered ?Whilst there he had the opportunity of ascertaining Her Majesty's personal views upon that battle. With her amazing grasp of public affairs, she had come to know the inner story of that disaster, and of the magnificent show put up by the 66th. It may not be generally realised that the title of Royal, conferred on the Berkshire Regiment after Tofrek in 1885, was not given for their services in that action alone, but largely for Maiwand. Tofrek merely afforded Her Majesty a gratifying opportunity of bestowing on the Regiment a personal mark of the royal favour". His son C Murphy was born into the Regiment in India and he went on to have a long and illustrious career in the Regiment. Photographer; A & E Taylor, 129 Fenchurch Street, London EC

Person(s): Murphy, T, Captain;


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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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99th Regiment - A digital colour image of a drawing/print produced by Private Edward Murphy. It is believed he produced this in or about 1844 when he was employed as a convict guard in Tasmania

Person(s): Murphy, E, Private;


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99th Regiment - A digital colour image of a part of a drawing/print produced by Private Edward Murphy. It is believed he produced this in or about 1844 when he was employed as a convict guard in Tasmania

Person(s): Murphy, E, Private;


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99th Regiment - A digital colour image of a part of a drawing/print produced by Private Edward Murphy. It is believed he produced this in or about 1844 when he was employed as a convict guard in Tasmania

Person(s): Murphy, E, Private;


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99th Regiment - A digital colour image of a part of a drawing/print produced by Private Edward Murphy. It is believed he produced this in or about 1844 when he was employed as a convict guard in Tasmania

Person(s): Murphy, E, Private;


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99th Regiment - A digital colour image of a part of a drawing/print produced by Private Edward Murphy. It is believed he produced this in or about 1844 when he was employed as a convict guard in Tasmania

Person(s): Murphy, E, Private;


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99th Regiment - A digital colour image of a part of a drawing/print produced by Private Edward Murphy. It is believed he produced this in or about 1844 when he was employed as a convict guard in Tasmania

Person(s): Murphy, E, Private;


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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph sent to the Battalion by the officers of the 15th Ludhiana Sikhs on the occasion of the anniversary of the ?Battle of Tofrek?, 22nd March, 1908. [This was the battle fought by the 1st Battalion Berkshire Regiment in the Sudan 1885 alongside the 15th Sikhs] The photograph includes officers from the 15th Sikhs and the 2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment (the old 66th) who at this time were stationed in India. . The officers are named but the other ranks are not; it shows in the rear row left to right, under the arch Major J.R. Carden (15th), Captain C.A. Vivian (15th) , Captain H.S.E. Franklin (15th), in the 2nd row 4th and 5th from the left) Lieutenant A.H.H. Muir (15th), Lieutenant A.G.M. Sharpe (66th), in the rear row under right arch, Captain W.W. Muir (15th), Lieutenant G.W. Hopton (66th), in the 2nd row under right arch, 8th from the left, CaptainW.G.K. Gough (15th), Lieutenant E.T.W. McCausland (66th), 2nd Lieutenant R.G.T. Moody-Ward (66th), Lieutenant T.R. Aldworth (66th), in the 3rd row seated on the far left) Captain G.P. Hunt (66th), Major J.L.R. Gordon (15th), -?-, Major H.L. Richardson (15th), 6th from the left) Lieutenant Colonel R.N. Gamble DSO (66th), Lieutenant R.J. MacBrayne (15th) and Lieutenant and Adjutant C.F. de S. Murphy (66th)

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The officers at Umballa, India, 1909.

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers at Umballa in India , March, 1907. It shows, in the rear row, right to left, Lieutenant A,.G.M. Sharpe, 2nd Lieutenant T.R. Aldworth, Lieutenant and Adjutant C.F. de S Murphy, Lieutenant A.G.E. Bingley, Lieutenant and Quartermaster Mr. H.S. Lickman, Lieutenant M.L. Slaughter and Lieutenant A.E.F. Harris. In the 2nd row, seated, are Captain R.P.Harvey, Major E. Feetham, Major R.N. Gamble DSO, Lieutenant Colonel F.W.N. McCracken, Major G.H. Arbuthnot and Captain F.W. Foley DSO. In the front row are Lieutenant M.C. Radford, Lieutenant G.W. Hopton, 2nd Lieutenant J.R. Robertson, 2nd Lieutenant C.L. Waters and Lieutenant A.J. Fraser. Another copy of this photo is held as Object 6107 but this has the date "March 1907" hand printed on it

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of what was described as a ?Peace Lunch? at a farm near Clerk Siding, Cape Colony, South Africa, in June 1901. Present are Lieutenant Colonel E.H. Burney, 2nd Lieutenant Steele, Lieutenant A.H. Bathurst, Lieutenant Murphy, Lieutenant Wray (Attached) and Lieutenant R.H. Collins, all being waited on by Private Hare (stood left). The photograph was taken by Lieutenant C.W. Hemp.

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