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SBYRW : 10036

2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the grave of Private J R Smith who died at Jubbulpore in India on the 17th February 1926

Person(s): Smith, J R, Private;


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SBYRW : 10870

1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the Battalion Tug-of-War Team 120 Stone who were the winners of Dublin District and Irish Command Bronze Medal Tournament in 1922 Photographer J J O'Reilly, 36 St Thomas' Terrace, Dublin - also one postcard size copy

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SBYRW : 10871

1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the 130 Stone Battalion Tug-of-War team who were the winners of the Dublin District and Irish Command Bronze medal tournament and semi-finalists at the 1922 Royal Tournament

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SBYRW : 11658

66th Regiment - A sepia portrait photo of Private James Smith who was born in 1790 and lived to the age of 102. He was in the Regiment when it guarded Napoleon in St Helena and was invalided out of the Army in 1821. The photo was taken when he was in his 80's or 90's and was donated by his grandson who himself served in the Boer War

Person(s): Smith, J;


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SBYRW : 11788

49th Regiment - A sepia photo of a group of Officers, probably in Sheffield, England in 1878. L to R] [1] Captain Edward Thompson Dickson, [2 -Sat -?-], [3 - Standing] Lieutenant  F.B.R.Hemphil[ Died in Malta 1891], [4  -Standing -?-], [5 - Sat 3rd Left] Quartermaster Samuel Deacon, [6 - sat 4th left] Major William Young, [7 -?-], [8 - Stood 3rd Left] Lieutenant  Harry Winton Holden, [9 - stood 4th left] 2nd Lieutenant Elmhirst Rhodes [Brother of Cecil Rhodes], [10 - sat front centre] Lieutenant  Arthur N.  Burns, [11 - sat 5th left] Captain Alfred George Huyshe [Commanded 1 Berks Regt at Battle of Tofrek], [12 - Stood 5th Left] Captain Edward B. Thornton, [13 - sat 6th left] Lieutenant Thomas Fraser King, [14 - Stood 6th left] Lieutenant  E.J. Brooke, [15 - Sat from, far right] Captain Henry Tichborne Smith, [16 - sat far right ] Captain William Stevenson. The Regimental digest of service reads… On 5 Nov 1878, England, Sheffield. Regiment marched here from Aldershot, with a detachment deployed to Tynemouth. Four months later, on 25 March 1879, the Regiment moved to Dover from Sheffield and was joined by the detachment from Tynemouth.

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SBYRW : 11790

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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