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49th Regiment - A sepia group image of the officers in Ireland 1864/5. [This image was taken at the same place as 6889] The sitters in the image are listed in pencil on the edge of the photo and numbered. We believe the numbering was done in the late 1890s. [Standing L to R] [1] Sergeant Major Parr. [2] Captain  Graham Taylor. [3] Captain William Young. [4] Lieutenant McCullan. [5] Lieutenant Robert Oliver Aldworth. [6] Ensign Henry Board Williams. [7] Captain Thomas Cowper Hincks.[8]  Captain  Edward J. Cresswell. [9] Captain William John Gillespie. [10] Lieutenant Edgar Londsale. [11] Quartermaster Kerridge, [12] Captain William Madden. [13]  Ensign  Phillip Alfred West. [14] Lieutenant and Adjutant Edward Mackay. [15] Not named [Sat L to R] [16] Captain  William Watts Corban. [17] Surgeon Major Saunders. [18] Paymaster  Henry Seymour Michelle [19] Major  Fanshaw William Gostling. [20] Colonel Cadwallader  Adams, [21]Major  Thomas Priauix St George Armstrong. [22] Captain  John Hopkins. [23] Ensign  John Arthbutnot. [24] Lieutenant John Issac  Nason. [25] Ensign Charles Pitcher Temple.  [26] Ensign  Edwin Glass Fern. [27] Ensign Smith Thomas Sidney [Sinclair]. [28] Lieutenant  George Shirley. [29] Ensign  George Charles Cockburn. [30] Ensign Carey [No Trace - could be a lord]. [31] Ensign  Charles Barter Bogue.

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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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Officers in Hong Kong in 1988

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A colour photo of the Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Saunders, dotting the eyes of the dragon on the Battalion's official arrival in Hong Kong in 1988

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The Corps of Drums.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - Two black and white photos of the rehaearsal for the Ferozah Day Parade in 1973 at Ballykinlar in Northern Ireland. Photographer Army Public Relations Office, HQ Northern Ireland.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white portrait photo of Lieutenant Colonel Saunders, who commanded the Battalion from 1987 to 1989 and was later murdered by terrorists in Athens when, as a Brigadier, he was Military Attache there

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white portrait photo of Lieutenant Colonel Saunders, who commanded the Battalion from 1987 to 1989 and was later murdered by terrorists in Athens when, as a Brigadier, he was Military Attache there

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the Officers team which played the Warrant Officers and Sergeant Team (see Artefact 15351) in August 1987 when the Battalion was stationed at Aldegrove in Northern Ireland

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white portrait photo of Lieutenant Colonel Saunders, who commanded the Battalion from 1987 to 1989 and was later murdered by terrorists in Athens when, as a Brigadier, he was Military Attache there

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of Major Stephen Saunders, who as Brigadier Saunders was later to be murdered by terrorists when he was Military Attache in Athens, "attempting" a Gurkha dance when the Battalion was on exercise in Canada in 1980, 1981 or 1984

Person(s): Saunders, S;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of Private Saunders receiving his Mention in Despatches, for services in Northern Ireland, from an unidentified Brigadier in Hong Kong around 1989 Photographer; Joint Services Public Relations, Hong Kong

Person(s): Saunders,, Private;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A colour photo of Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Saunders handing over command of the Battalion to Lieutenant Colonel David Stone in Hong Kong on 24th November 1989; Lieutenant Colonel Saunders was later murdered when he was Military Attache in Athens

Person(s): Stone, D; Saunders, S;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the Commander British Forces in Hong Kong and the Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Steven Saunders, cutting the Birthday cake at the celebrations for the Regiment's 30th Birthday in 1989 Photographer; Joint Services Public Relations, Hong Kong

Person(s): Saunders, S;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the Colonel-in-Chief, HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, inspecting 'D' Company during the Parade to present new Colours to the Battalion in 1984 when it was stationed at Canterbury; the Guard Commander is Major Saunders who, as a Brigadier and Military Attache at the Embassy in Athens, was murdered by terrorists there - 2 copies

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the Colonel-in-Chief, HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, being welcomed by the Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Saunders, in Hong Kong in 1988, with the Officer Commanding 'D' Company, Major P Davidson Houston, and the Commander British Forces in Hong Kong, Major General G D Johnson, looking on Photographer; Joint Services Public Relations, Hong Kong, BFPO 1

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