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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour group photograph of the Corps of Drums at Alma Barracks, Catterick, 20th July, 1994. (Rear Row L to R) Drummers Vizor, Davies, Morwell-Neave, Cox, Smith 21, Holder, Atkinson, Hill, Skone, Betty, White 39. (Middle row L to R) Drummers Smith 89, Fortuna, Allen-Ross, Wilson, Lusty, Fairley, Smith 83, Williams, Webb, White 88, Rosser. (Sat L to R) L/Corporal Atkinson, L/Corporal Lee, Corporal Rouse, Captain Flavell (Adjutant), Sergeant Tubb (Drum Major), L/Corporal Drew, L/Corporal Ritchens, Drummer Worcester.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Drums Platoon 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/4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white copy of a photograph of a group from the Battalion believed in England before going to France in 1915. On the 3rd from left of the front row is L/Corporal Jack Rosser.

Person(s): Rosser, J, L/Corporal;


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SBYRW : 42632

1st/4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white copy of a photograph of a group in the trenches shortly after arriving in France in 1915. The soldier with the X above his head is Sergeant Jack Rosser.

Person(s): Rosser, J, Sergeant;


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1st/4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white copy of a photograph of two machine gunners in France shortly after arriving in 1915. On the left is L/Corporal Jack Rosser. He was the brother of Elizabeth Toms.

Person(s): Rosser, J, L/Corporal;


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Machine Gun Corps - A black and white copy of a photograph of a group of machine gunners in France during the 1st World War. On the 3rd from the left of the back row is L/Corporal Jack Rosser. He was transferred from the 1st/4th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment together with other gunners, believed to have hapened early in 1916.

Person(s): Rosser, J, L/Corporal;


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Army Service Corps - A black and white copy of a photograph of a group of soldiers in Annual Camp at Patcham in 1913. On the front left is Private Jack Rosser who later joined the 4th Battalion of the Royal Berkshire Regiment.

Person(s): Rosser, J, Private;


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Army Service Corps - A black and white copy of a photograph of a group of soldiers in Annual Camp at Patcham, 1913. (shown with X underneath) is Private Jack Rosser who later joined the 4th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment.

Person(s): Rosser, J, Private;


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Machine Gun Corps - A black and white copy of a photograph of a group of machine gunners in France during the 1st World War. (centre with X) is Sergeant Jack Rosser. He was transferred from the 1st/4th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment together with other gunners believed early 1916.

Person(s): Rosser, J, Sergeant;


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Machine Gun Corps - A black and white copy of a photograph of a group of machine gunners on a course believed in France during the 1st World War. (front right - reclining) is Sergeant Jack Rosser. He was transferred from the 1st/4th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment together with other gunners believed early 1916.

Person(s): Rosser, J, Sergeant;


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Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white copy of a photograph of WO 1 (RSM) Jack Rosser. It is believed this was taken at Brock Barracks, Reading towards the end of the 1st World War. During the war he transferred from the 1st/4th to the Machine gun corps.

Person(s): Rosser, J, WO 1;


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