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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the Commonwealth War grave for Captain Maurice Clive Radford DSO MC who was killed in action during the Battalion's attack on Fosse 8 on the 28th September 1915.. This was the same action that Lieutenant Turner won the Victoria Cross. He was the son of the late Mr. W. T. H. Radford and Mrs. A. L. M. Radford, of 206, Cromwell Rd., South Kensington, late of 25, Park Crescent, Portland Place, London, W. He is buried in the Vermelles British Cemetery VI. D. 10.

Person(s): Radford, M C, Captain;


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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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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white portrait photograph of Captain Maurice Clive Radford DSO. He was killed in action on the 28th September 1915. He is buried in Vermelles British Cemetery. He was the Son of the late Mr. W. T. H. Radford and Mrs. A. L. M. Radford, of 206, Cromwell Rd., South Kensington, late of 25, Park Crescent, Portland Place, London, W

Person(s): Radford, M C, Captain;


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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers at Meerut, India, 1911. (rear Row Standing L to R) Lieutenant A.G.F. Issac, Lieutenant A.H. Mankelow, Lieutenant G.W.F. Dawes, Lieutenant [and Quartermaster] Mr H.S. Lickman, 2nd Lieutenant C. Nugent. (Centre Row L to R), 2nd Lieutenant D.A. Macgregor, 2nd Lieutenant A.D. Gordon, 2nd Lieutenant G.G. Hodgson, 2nd Lieutenant L.M. Handley, Lieutenant M.C. Radford, 2nd Lieutenant C.H. Dent. (Sat L to R) Captain A.G.E. Bingley, Major J.G.R. Walsh, Major E. Feetham, Lieutenant Colonel R.N. Gamble DSO, Major G.H. Arbuthnot, Captain and Adjutant A.J. Fraser, Captain O. Steele. [We believe this was at, or about the same time as the battalion took part in the Delhi Durbar.]

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