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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A photocopy of a sepia photograph of Sergeant John Claude Raine with his rifle and bayonet in the "on guard" position.

Person(s): Raine, J;

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8th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A copy of a black and white group photograph of the Adjutant and the Drums of the Battalion in 1915, with list of names on the rear though it is not clear which names apply to which person

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia digital image of some of ?B? Company before crossing the Chindwin, November 1944. Among those pictured are Lieutenant Ridley, Sergeants Heywood, and Barrett, Corporals Stowe and Barratt, L/Corporals Horton, Brown, Heath, Sion and Dodd and Privates Murray, Biggington, Baker, Bunn, Elwell, Dodd, Moore, Lacey, Fuller, Thompson, Stewart, Armsby, Rainsford, Allright, Legett and Birch. [We do not know the exact location within the image of each soldier]

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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.

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