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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the communal grave at Maroilles Cemetery. Due to a lack of space, each grave marker carries the name of two soldiers. All the graves are of 1st Battalion men who were killed when they tried but failed to take the bridge on the retreat from Mons. The small memorial to the left is a private memorial left by the widow of Captain Hazel Shott DSO.

Person(s): Shott, H, Captain;


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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the private grave marker for Captain Hazel Shott DSO. He was the first officer of the Regiment to lose his life in the 1st World War.

Person(s): Shott, H, Captain;


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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph showing the officers of the Battalion together with the Colonel of the Regiment, Major General E.T. Dickson on the 12th August, 1914. This photograph was taken in Mandora Barracks, Aldershot, just prior to the Battalion's embarkation for the Western Front on the 13th August 1914. What happened to them in 1914 is also shown [Rear Row Standing L to R] 2nd Lieutenant G. Moore [Invalided], Lieutenant A.H. Hanbury-Sparrow [Wounded], 2nd Lieutenant J. Ransom [Wounded], Lieutenant R.G.B. Perkins [Killed], Lieutenant C.P. Wheeler [Killed]. [Middle row L to R] Lieutenant and Adjustant A. H. Perrott [Killed], 2nd Lieutenant Y. Wigan [Wounded], Lieutenant P. Reeves [Invalided], Lieutenant U.S. Hopkins [Wounded], 2nd Lieutenant A.P. Hibbert [Wounded], Lieutenant E.B. Orr [To Staff], 2nd Lieutenant T. Bartley-Dennis [Wounded - later killed 1918], Lieutenant C. St Q O Fullbrook-Leggatt [Wounded], Captain B.G. Broomhead [Invalided], Lieutenant G.H. Bishop, 2nd Lieutenant E.N. Burney [Invalided], Lieutenant C.W. Frizell [Wounded]. [Sat L to R] Captain H.H. Shout DSO [Killed], Captain L.H. Bit [Killed], Major Scott-Turner [Wounded and Prisoner of War]  Major General E.T. Dickson, Lieutenant Colonel M.D. Graham [Wounded], Major D. Blake Maurice DSO,[Invalided], Major F.F. Ready [ [To Staff], Captain T.E.C. Hunt [Invalided], Lieutenant and Quartermaster F. Batt [Invalided], Captain W. O’Keefe [RAMC]

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers at Gough Barracks, Curragh Camp, in 1910 showing in the rear row, from let to right, 2nd Lieutenant E.M. Allfrey, Lieutenant H.T.R. Curtis-Raleigh, Lieutenant and Quartermaster Mr F. Batt.; in the 2nd row standing, from left to right, Lieutenant H.H. Shott DSO, 2nd Lieutenant R.B.L. Harvey, Captain B.G. Bromhead, Lieutenant P.E.L. Elgee, 2nd Lieutenant P.J. Reeves, Lieutenant L.H. Birt, Lieutenant E.A.B. Orr, 2nd Lieutenant C.W. Frizell, Captain A.M. Holdsworth, 2nd Lieutenant C. St Q.OP. Fullbrook-Leggatt and, in the front row, Captain T.E.C. Hunt, Captain L.H.M.P. Cockerell, Captain and Adjutant W.K. Bayley, Major C. Moore, Brigadier General Douglas, Lieutenant Colonel A.J.W. Dowell, Captain Packenham, Major H.M. Finch, Major F.W. Foley and Captain A.S. Turner.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the officers of the Battalion at the General's Inspection in May 1910 in Ireland. The top row, from left to right, shows 2nd Lieutenant E.M. Allfrey, Lieutenant H.T.R. Curtis-Raleigh and Lieutenant and Quartermaster Mr F. Batt. In the middle row from left to right are Lieutenant H.H. Shott DSO, 2nd Lieutenant R.B.L. Harvey, Captain B.G. Bromhead, Lieutenant P.E.L. Elgee, 2nd Lieutenant P.J. Reeves, Captain L.H. Birt, Lieutenant E.A.B. Orr, 2nd Lieutenant C.W. Frizell, Captain A.M. Holdsworth and 2nd Lieutenant C. St Q. Fullbrook-Leggatt. Seated, from left to right, are Captain T.E.C. Hunt, Captain L.P.Cockerell, Captain and Adjutant W.K. Bayley, Brigadier General W. Douglas CB, Lieutenant Colonel A.J.W. Dowell, Captain B. Packenham (Brigade Major), Major H.H. Finch, Major F.W. Foley DSO and Captain A.S. Turner.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the ?G? Company bayonet fighting team in Ireland in 1910, This team were the winners of the Battalion tournament. It shows standing from left to right, L/Corporal Bullock, L/Corporal Day, Private Wilkins, Private Berry and Private Ballard. Sitting from left to right are L/Corporal Sawyer, Colour Sergeant Vesey, Lieutenant H.H. Shott DSO and Private Watts.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the gravestone of Captain Henry H Shott, the first officer of the Battalion to be killed in France during the 1st World War, who died at Maroilles in August 1914 - the date of the photo is not known

Person(s): Shott, H H;


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