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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the 'C' Company 'Nines' Cup winners (Cross-Country Running) in 1921/23 at Bangalore, India. Photographer; C H Doveton, Bangalore
Person(s): Guilford,, L/Corporal; Sims,, Private; Bristow,, L/Corporal; Potter,, Private; Gunston,, Private; Little,, Private; Stevens,, L/Corporal; Pasquier,, Private; Hawker,, Private; Cuss,, Private; Noyce,, Private; Clarke,, Private; Hoare,, Private; Walker,, Private; Bennett,, Private; Maisey, Corporal; Vinall, Company, Major; Green,, Captain; Culver,, Major; Newton,, Sergeant; Perry,, L/Corporal; Guilmotto,, Private; Harvey, Corporal; Le'Prevost,, Private; Thomas,, Private; Poole,, Private;
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Warrant Officers and Sergeants with Lieutenant Colonel W A Bickford at Asmara in Eritrea in 1948
Person(s): Baynham,, Sergeant; Rippengal,, Sergeant; Holt,, Sergeant; Cook,, Sergeant; Mathews,, Sergeant; Higgs,, Sergeant; Jones,, Sergeant; Curtis, Drum, Major; Carcass,, Sergeant; Kean,, Sergeant; Allen, Company Quarter Master, Sergeant; Freeman, Colour, Sergeant; Jenkins, Company Quarter Master, Sergeant; Potter,, Sergeant; Pearson, Company Quarter Master, Sergeant; Smith,, Sergeant; Holdaway,, Sergeant; Britnell, Company Quarter Master, Sergeant; Wright, Company, Major; Mathews, Company, Major; Stroud, F G, Major; Merry, Regimental Quarter Master, Sergeant; Bickford, W A, Colonel; Green, Regimental, Major; Davies, R A, Major; Forster, J J W, Major; Freeth,, Bandmaster; Patmore, Company, Major; Stanley, Company, Major;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of three officers, one seated and two standing. who, by their signatures below, seem to be Gerald Brown, Reginald Palmer and P G Potter during the Battle of Ploegsteert in 1915 - presumably when the Battalion had been pulled out of the line
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white "Public Relations" photo of Private William Potter from Warminster and Corporal Michael Mortimer from Melksham on patrol on the "Green Line", the road that separates the Greek and Turkish communities in Cyprus when the Battalion was rushed there for peace-keeping duties from Malta in 1964
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Corps of Drums in Egypt in 1936
Person(s): Potter, |Private; Shapr,, Boy; Harrington-Jones,, L/Corporal; Bownas,, Private; Leney,, Boy; Quartermaine,, Private; Harris,, Private; Steane,, Private; Cooper,, Private; Beddows,, Private; Spencer,, Private; Goody,, Private; White,, Private; Cotton,, Private; Carter,, Private; Martlen,, Private; Howse,, Drummer; Stillwell,, Drummer; Howe,, L/Corporal; Preston,, Drummer; Collett,, Drummer; Bovington,, Drummer; Tompkins,, Drummer; Edge,, Drummer; Russell,, Drummer; Parmenter,, L/Corporal; Gilding,, L/Sergeant; Leslie, J T, Colonel; Hogg, D W B T, Captain; Hayward, P H C, Lieutenant; Rudd, WOI F; Tribe, Drum F, Major; Hamilton,, L/Corporal; Pook, Corporal; Woolvern,, Drummer; Musgrave,, Drummer;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Battalion Staff in 1899 or 1900 in Quetta, Baluchistan. In this image are Colonel Carey-Barnard, C D V; Provost Sergeant A. Glover, Bandmaster I.V. Richardson, Quartermaster Sergeant E.Potter, Drummer Sergeant H. Waylen, Quartermaster Sergeant J. Lovelock, Sergeant W. Leonard, Sergeant Major Charles Cave, Captain H.C. Arnold, Major L.L. Steele, Captain and Adjutant Wyndham, Lieutenant and Quartermaster H. Mankelow. [Sergeant Major Cave had previous service in the Scots Guards]
Person(s): Carey-Barnard, C D V, Colonel; Glover, A, Provost Sergeant; Richardson, I V, Bandmaster; Potter, Quartermaster E, Sergeant; Waylen, H, Drummer; Lovelock, Quartermaster J, Sergeant; Leonard, W, Sergeant; Cave, C, Major; Arnold, H C, Captain; Steele, L L, Major; Wyndham, and Adjutant I R, Captain; Menkelow, and Quartermaster H, Lieutenant;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - One of a collection of 104 colour photographs relating to the service of Ex Sergeant Daniel Davis between 1960 and 1974 which are contained on CDRom 21643 This photo shows, in Derry in 1970, Corporal Devine, Corporal Ravu and Sergeant Potter four three other unidentified members of the Battalion
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A copy of a colour photograph showing a bayonet fighting team in 1911. Left to right standing are Privates Field and Eggleton, Corporal Potter (team leader) and Private Webb. Sitting are Private Dore, Sergeant Waters (Instructor) and Private Grubb. By 1916, Sergeant 5575 Arthur George Waters had been promoted to Company Sergeant Major; he was Killed in Action on the 24th July 1916.
99th Regiment - A sepia portrait photograph of Paymaster Frank Potter. He served with the Regiment from 1861 to 1864. This image was taken on the 1st February 1864 in King Williamson Town, South Africa. His photograph appears on page 55 of The Wiltshire Regiment 1756-1914.
Person(s): Potter, F, Paymaster;
99th Regiment - A black and white photo of officers of the Regiment in China 1860-61 with (Left to Right) Quartermaster John Johnston, Captain Charles Burton, Paymaster Frank Potter, Lieutenant Colonel Henry James Day (Commanding Officer), -?-, Ensign John Francis Stephens. After returning to Hong Kong, the Light Company was sent to Shanghai under Captain Burton, where it fought the Taiping rebels in the assault on the rebel camp at Tserpoo on 17 April 1862. This photograph appears on page 27 of The Wiltshire Regiment 1756-1914
Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photocopy of a photograph of Sergeant R.E. Potter MM sometime during the 1st World War. He came from 1 Charlton Cottages, St Mary?s Road, Newbury.
Person(s): Potter, R E, Sergeant;
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A small black and white portrait photograph of Private 5338026 Albert George Potter. He was killed in action on the 2nd April 1943 and is commemorated on the Rangoon memorial to the missing (Face 15) . He was the son of Ernest and Jane Potter, of Willesden, Middlesex; husband of G. M. Potter, of Willesden Green, Middlesex.
Person(s): Potter, A G, Private;
5th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white portrait photograph of Private 10934 Henry Thomas Potter. He died in the 30th October 1915, age 19. He was the son of Mrs E.M. Royal, of 18 Crossley Street, Liverpool Road, Barnsbury, London.
Person(s): Potter,H T, Private;
1st/4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A digital black and white image of Private 201487 Albert Edward Potter. [It is believed his original surname was Plank] . He survived the war and ended up as a L/Corporal.
Person(s): Potter, A E, Private;
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Battalion bayonet fighting team in 1909. This team was the winning team in the Meerut Division Assault at Arms competition. Stood far left is L/Corporal Potter, stood far right is Private Cotton, seated left is Sergeant Embling, seated centre is Sergeant Major Quick and stood 3rd from the left is Private Donovan
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Battalion shooting team that won the Hopton Cup probably in 1907 showing in the rear row Private W. Shergold, Private E. Middlewick, L/Corporal H.C. Taylor, Private J. Stevens, Private W. Payne, Private W. Cole and L/Corporal F. Newman'. In the middle row are Private J.Amor, Private B. Best, Private C. Potter, Private T. Choules, Private W. Squires and Private E. Woodward. In the front row are Private J. Freebury, Private J. Woods, C/Sergeant W. Liddard, Major G.C. Rigby, Private B. Dobson, Private H.J. Farmer and Private S. Dean.
Person(s): Shergold,W , Private; Middlewick, E, Private; Taylor, H C, Lance Corporal; Stevens, J, Private; Payne, W, Private; Cole, W, Private; Newman, F, Lance Corporal; Amor, J, Private; Best, B, Private; Potter, C, Private; Choules, T, Private; Squires,W , Private; Woodward, E , Private; Freebury, J , Private; Woods, J , Private; Liddard, W, Colour Sergeant; Rigby, G C, Major; Dobson, B, Private; Farmer ,H J, Private; Dean, S,Private;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Battalion's winning team in the South Africa Army Athletic cup in 1910 with in the rear row from left to right, Private Potter, Lieutenant Broome, Private Stoatesbury and, seated from left to right' Lieutenant Hooper, Lieutenant Colonel Warden, Captain Carter and Sergeant Drummer Chandler.
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A digital black and white image of the sets of brothers serving in the battalion in Clifton Barracks, Minden, West Germany in 1968 Dando. 2 L/Corporal E Stockley, L/Corporal R Stockley 3 Private B Sillence, Private A Sillence, 4 L/Corporal R White, Private A White 5 Private M Browne, L/Corporal A Browne, 6 0Private Peter Choules, Private Paul Choules, 7 Corporal W Potter, Sergeant E Potter, 8 Corporal M Collins, Private F Collins, 9 Private C Watton, Sergeant T Watton, 10 Private A Watson, Private N Watson, 11 Private B Barnfield, Private K Barnfield, 12 Private C Cook, Private B Cook, 13 L/Corporal A Sawyer, Private G Sawyer, 14 Private A Hiscock, Private N Hiscock 15 Corporal T Iles, Private R Iles (NOT PRESENT) Corporal M Burton, Private B Burton, Private R Edmonds, Private P Edmonds, Private Jordan, Private Jordan, Private Maher and Private Maher.
Person(s): Dando, C, Corporal; Dando, P, Private; Stockley, E, L/Corporal; Stockley, R, L/Corporal; Sillence, B, Private; Sillence, A, Private; White, R, L/Corporal; White, A, Private; Browne, M, Private; Browne, A, L/Corporal; Choules, P, Private; Potter, W, Corporal; Potter, E, Sergeant; Collins, M, Corporal; Collins, F, Private; Watton, C, Private; Watton, T, Sergeant; Watson, A, Private; Watson, N, Private; Barnfield, B, Private; Barnfield, K, Private; Cook, C, Private; Cook, B, Private; Sawyer, A, L/Corporal; Sawyer, G, Private; Hiscock, A, Private; Hiscock, N, Private; Iles, T, Corporal; Iles, R, Private;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A digital black and white image of two of ?C? Company's best sportsmen in Minden , West Germany in the period 1965-1969: Corporal Mortime on the left and Private Potter on the right.
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of three members of ?B? Company being presented with shooting medals at the Skill at Arms meeting in December 1969 in British Honduras. Here we see the Garrison Commander presenting the SMG team prize to the 7 Platoon team; from left to right they are Private Watts, Sergeant Potter and Private Eaton.