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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo taken while Major William Mackereth was on secondment, in 1984, from the Battalion to the National Defence Headquarters of the Canadian Army in Ottawa and shows him and his wife with three officers from the Canadian Lincoln and Welland Regiment, which was affiliated to the Duke of Edinburgh's, and their wives; from left to right they are Lieutenant Colonel Tyminski, the current Commanding Officer, and Mrs Tyminski, Major Mackereth and Mrs Mackereth, Major Eric Shields, a former Commanding Officer, and his wife and Major J C Finlayson, a former second-in-command, and his wife Photographer; Bev Christensen, The St Catherines Standard, St Catherines, Ontario, Canada

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99th Regiment - A black and white photo of the graveyard at Eshowe, the last resting place for the 31 soldiers who died during the siege, which lasted from 24 January to 3 April 1879. In addition to Lieutenant Davison, the following soldiers of the 99th Foot were also buried here: ? Privates Shields and Paul (dysentery); Lewis, Roden, Swann and Venn (enteric fever); Coombes (typhoid fever); Tubb (sunstroke); Knee (drowned) and Kent (killed by Zulus).

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99th Regiment - A sepia photograph of the graveyard at Ekowe, (or Eshowe) taken on the 10th June 1879. A caption below the image states that it was ?taken in a storm of rain?. This graveyard was the last resting place for the 31 soldiers who died during the siege, which lasted from 24 January to 3 April 1879. In addition to Lieutenant A.S.F. Davison (died 27th March 1879), the following soldiers of the 99th Foot were also buried here: ? Privates Shields and Paul (dysentery 4th March 1879); Lewis (died 28th March 1879), Roden (died 26th March 1879), Swann and Venn (enteric fever - 17th March 1879); Coombes (typhoid fever 21st March 1879); Tubb (sunstroke 16th March 1879); Knee (drowned 21st February 1879) and Kent (killed by Zulus 17th March 1879).

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1st Volunteer Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia group image of the officers at Bear Wood in 1898. It shows, standing from left to right, Captain Thomas Shields, Lieutenant Edward B. Ormond, Captain Arthur Cooper, Lieutenant Hurst (Eton OTC), -?-, Major George H. Morland, Lieutenant Bernard A. Collins, Lieutenant Francis Morland, Lieutenant Grundy, Captain David J. Mason, Captain Denis De Vitre, Lieutenant Walter P. Alleyne, Captain Horace Manders, Surgeon Alexander G. Paterson, Captain A.C. Arding, Captain Lionel H. L. Hanbury and Lieutenant Arthur Evans. Seated are Captain Arthur F. Ewen, Lieutenant Godfrey Walter, Lord Wantage VC, Lieutenant Colonel A.F. Walter, Captain O Pearce-Serocold, Captain and Adjutant Edward Feetham (regular ofticer attached), Lieutenant Stephen Walter, Mrs Walter, John H.W. Pilcher, Captain and Quartermaster J.T. Morland and Captain James H. Cooper.

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1st Volunteer Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia group image of the officers at Windsor Park in 1899. It shows, standing, Captain A.C. Arding, Lieutenant Arthur V. Evans, Captain and Quartermaster J.T. Morland, Lieutenant Bernard A. Collins, Lieutenant Henry F. Goodford, Captain Thomas Shields, (instructor of musketry) Lieutenant Francis J. Morland, Lieutenant Denis De Vitre, Colonel J.C. Carter, Captain John H.W. Pilcher, Lieutenant Archibald R. Brackspear, Captain O.J. Ellison, Lieutenant Walter P. Alleyne, Captain Godfrey Walter, Lieutenant Edward B. Ormond, Captain Arthur F. Ewen, Captain Arthur S. Cooper and Lieutenant Montague Wheeler. Seated are Surgeon Alexander G. Paterson, Captain William A. Ellison, Captain and Adjutant Edward Feetham (attached regular officer), Reverend Thomas Archer-Houblon, Lieutenant Colonel A. F.Walter, Major O Pearce-Serocold, Lieutenant Frederick Simonds, Captain James H. Cooper and Captain Horace Manders. In the front are Lieutenant Stephen Walter, 2nd Lieutenant Stephen W.M. Silver, Captain Lionel H. Hanbury, Lieutenant (assistant Surgeon) William G. Heasman, Lieutenant Francis Morland and Lieutenant Robert J.Clarke.

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