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The officers in Bangalore, India, 1863

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66th Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the officers in Bangalore, India, 1863. [Believed Napier Barracks] (Rear row L to R) Quartermaster Henry Hammond, Captain Richard Sheil, Assistant Surgeon George Alexander Moorhead, Ensign Thomas Kelly, Captain Charles Perrin,Ensign William Lowther-Beatie,Lieutenant William T Hody Cox, Lieutenant George William Monk Hall, Assistant Surgeon McCreavy MD, Captain James Gailbraith. (Sitting L to R) Ensign Alfred Chamberlin Addison, Ensign John Hammond, Lieutenant Charles Valentine Oliver, Ensign A Wybrow Baker, Lieutenant Robert G Westropp, Paymaster George Pollard, Major George Watson, Lieutenant William Saunders, Lieutenant John Mahony (Adjutant), (Front L to R) Captain Frederick Hugh Irwin Day, Captain Charles William Aylmer , Ensign Charles Langley Whitty, Lieutenant Edward Browne, Lieutenant George Dalton Mitchell [Musketry Instructor], Lieutenant Harry A F Merewether.

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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 - 'C' Company in British Honduras in 1970 A black and white photo of Private JENKINS and Private PERRIN collecting water.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of "C" Company Headquarter staff 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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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - One of 53 photos catalogued from the over 100 contained in a photographic album/journal from the period 1942-1946 compiled by Private S J Day; this black and white photo shows a number of members of the Motor Transport (MT) section of which Private, as he then was, Sidney J Day was a member, soon after they first reached India in 1942 and were stationed at Ahmednagar - in this photo are (left to right back row) Charlie Willcox, E Perrin, S (Nazi) Lines, Bill Hymen, W Cocus, 'Mut' Harris, V Vicar and (front row left to right) 'Bung' House, Fred Hairsine, 'Polly' Moore, Sam Harman, J Hardy, 'Lari' Woods, and, in the shade, Jacko Jackson and Wally Titcombe

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - One of 53 photos catalogued from the over 100 contained in a photographic album/journal from the period 1942-1946 compiled by Private S J Day; this black and white photo shows Bill Hymen and Ted Perrin, members of the Motor Transport (MT) section of which Private, as he then was, Sidney J Day was a member, soon after they first reached India in 1942 and were stationed at Ahmednagar.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Battalion signallers in Ireland in 1910. In the rear row from left to right are Private Theobald, Private Tagg, L/Corporal Peake, Private Everett, Private Lawrence, Private Prouting, L/Corporal Blagrove, Private Pritchard, Private Davison, Private Griffen, Private Louch and Private Titchener. Standing from left to right are Private Grubb, Private Minhall, Private Passingham, Private Young, Sergeant Waller, Lieutenant E.A.B. Orr, Lieutenant R.B.L. Harvey, Corporal Bligh, Private Mathews, Private Larcombe, L/Corporal Hahner, Private Coxhead. Sitting from left to right are Private Walker, L/Corporal Day, Private Mackenzie, Private Taylor, Private Gravestock, Private Wallis, Private Russ and L/Corporal Perrin.

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10th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Headquarters Company at Long Melford, 1942. Private Rob Perrin sits above the X.

Person(s): Perrin, R, Private;


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Him in civilian clothes.

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66th Regiment - Two sepia portrait photos of Captain C Perrin, who joined the Regiment in 1847, taken in 1858 Photographer; Chancellor 55 Lower Sackville Street Dublin.

Person(s): Perrin, C;


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