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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of Private C W T Sorrell in 1897 Photographer - W A Hughes, Compton, Berkshire The photo has its top right hand corner missing

Person(s): Snell, C W T, Private;


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4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Officers at Annual camp at Fort Gomer, near Portsmouth, in 1948; this was the first Camp since the war and was a shorter one than usual Photographer; J C Lawrence and Sons, Gosport

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of 7 Platoon of "C" Company 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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Freedom parade in Salisbury City Centre, November 1947

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Wiltshire Regiment A black and white photograph of the ceremony on 3 December 1947 when the Regiment was awarded the Freedom of Salisbury. This image shows the Mayor accompanied by Lieutenant Colonel N Kenrick inspecting No 3 Company in the Market Square. To the left of the photo is Major A. Snell.

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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Brigadier, Officers and 1st reinforcements at Hawkhurst, in Kent in May 1944. This group also included 11 Canadian Officers who were attached to the Battalion for the forthcoming invasion of Europe. The following named officers are known to be in this photograph but their exact location is not known: Lieutenant George, Lieutenant F Goddard., Lieutenant G. Baker, Lieutenant D. Keeling, Lieutenant Gardiner, Lieutenant E. Drake, Liuetenant A.Willick, Lieutenant M.Chittenden, Lieutenant T. Wood, Lieutenant Litrizza, Lieutenant Baker, Lieutenant Newton-Clare, Lieutenant J. Sollitt, Lieutenant E. Hooke, Captain W. Newman, Captain Dobby, Lieutenant D. Brown, Lieutenant J. Slatter, Lieutenant B. Bevan, Captain I. Herridge, Captain B. Rundle (GB Brigade), Captain E. Norris, Captain F. Milne, Captain M. Dicker, Captain A. Snell, Major W. Hankey, Major R. Wheatley, Major P. Pearson, Major P. Pearson, Brigadier Mole, Lieutenant Colonel Kenrick, Captain H. Peace, Major Rimmington, Major S, McClintock, Captain Daybell, Captain Field and Captain P. Barber

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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the officers of the Battalion at Hawkhurst in Kent in May 1944 showing (in the rear row left to right) Lieutenant Edwin Laurence. George (KIA 10.7.1944), Lieutenant Goddard, Lieutenant Baker (wounded), Lieutenant Keeling (wounded), Lieutenant Gardiner (wounded), Lieutenant Harry John Drake (KIA 26.8.1944), Lieutenant Willick (wounded), Lieutenant Chittenden (awarded the MC and KIA), Lieutenant Ludford (wounded), Lieutenant Wood (wounded), Lieutenant Lizrizza (wounded), Lieutenant Baker. In the 2nd row (left to right) are Captain Norris (awarded the MC and wounded), Lieutenant N. Clare (awarded the MC and wounded), Lieutenant Solutt ?(wounded), Lieutenant Edward Henry Hooke (KIA 30.6.1944), Lieutenant Robinson (wounded), Captain Newman, Unidentified, Captain Dobby, Lieutenant Brown (wounded), Lieutenant Ronald Ambrose Slater (KIA 13.8.1944), Captain Bevan and Captain Herridge (wounded). Seated in the front row (Left to right) are Captain Milne (awarded the MC and wounded), Captain Sidney Charles Maskell-Dicker (KIA 24.7.1944), Captain Snell (wounded), Major Hankey (KIA), Major Wheatley (awarded the DSO), Major Pearson (promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, awarded the DSO and KIA), Lieutenant Colonel Kenrick,(awarded the DSO and wounded), Captain Pearce (awarded the MC and wounded), Major Rimmimington (wounded), Major McClintock (wounded), Captain Daybell (wounded), Captain E.R.B. Field (awarded the MC and KIA) and Captain Barber (wounded).

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of two unidentified soldiers looking at a Saxon Armoured Vehicle which had nearly overturned during the Pre ?Operation Grapple? Bosnia training at Copehill Down. Looking on are L/Corporals Wakelin and Snell.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of children of soldiers of ?B? Company who organised a families? day out at Troodos in Cyprus in 1995. This image shows L/Corporal Snell demonstrating the finer points of weapon handling to one of the wives.

Person(s): Snell,, L/Corporal;


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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of ?F? Company in Ireland in July 1907. It shows, in the top row from left to right, Privates Halfacre, Pash, Iisley, Parris, Slade, Newman, Wheeler, Berryman, Snell, Vokes, Jeffrie and Pearce, in the 5th row, Privates Fennell, Moss, Chambers, Angell, Warwick, Spiers, Shayler, Hewitt, Price, and Tebby,.in the 4th Row, L/Corporal Dollery, Privates Godding and King, L/Corporal Dean, Private Somerville, L/Corporal Chandler, Privates Cooling, Cox, Tigwell, Hopkins, Andrews and Luker with, in the 3rd row, Corporal Bradish, Privates Stapley, Goodall, Shorter, Timms, Simpson, Ingram, Sheppard, Buckle, Martin, Smith, Heifnam and Burton, in the 2nd row, Drummer Passmore, Drummer Collyer, L/Corporal Crombleholme, Corporal Wise, Sergeant Addicott, Sergeant Woodley, Sergeant Woolridge, Colour Sergeant Field, Captain A.S. Turner, 2nd Lieutenant P.N. Garnett, Sergeant Thame, L/Sergeant Ryan, L/Corporal Miles, Private Dovey, Drummer Green and Drummer Berry and, finally, in the bottom row from left to right, Privates Tubb, Woolmer, Taylor, Clements, L/Corporal Goodall, Drummer Dunstan, L/Corporal Allington, Privates Burchall and Keen.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Colonel of the Regiment, General Sir William Platt GBE, KCB, DSO inspecting one of the guards on the occasion of the visit to the Battalion in Bradbury Barracks, Krefeld, Germany in September, 1948. On the far left is Captain Turner with the left marker CQMS Snelling MM of ?A? Company.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white group photograph of the Warrant Officers and Sergeants on the occasion of the amalgamation in 1959. It was taken at Albany Barracks, Isle of Wight on the 9th June 1959. It shows, in the 5th row, Sergeants D Kew, J. Dunkin, L. King, H. Bourton, F. Seymour (ACC), J. McQuade, D. Briggs, K. Parker and R. Allcock. In the 4th row are Sergeants F. Simpson, J. Fisher, S. Dunn, J. Dunford, T. Harris, A. Whitfield, R. Simpson, S. Aldridge, T. Binmore, P. Gaffney, W. Meade, O?Brien, P. Lewis, K. Szmelter and F. Crockford. In the 3rd row are Sergeants T. Leeder, J. Oxley, H. Dick, G. Bennett, G. Chappel, D. Welch, T. Roberts, W. Dunscombe, C. Wiggins, R. Collings, F. Bray, V. Middlecote, C. Ashley, S. Gibbs, B. Kelly, R, Bye and B. Brett. Then, in the 2nd Row are Colour Sergeants (Drum Major), W. Cholules, D. Todd, Sergeants R. Kirk, C. Cross, Staff Sergeant G. Cameron (REME), Sergeant J. Melksham (RAPC), Colour Sergeants R. Holligsworth, T. Houghton, J. Graham, Sergeant J. Cardice, Colour Sergeants A. Ault, F. Wheaton, F. Young, Staff Sergeant D. Parker (RAEC), Staff Sergeant A. Hardaker (RAPC), Sergeants P. Buckingham, A. Meynall, Colour Sergeant V. Pawson and Drum Major A. Ford. Finally, in the front row, are CSM (WO2) J. Barrow, C. Clacey, M. Hawe, F. Lane, RQMS J. Snelling MM, WO1 (Bandmaster) R. Hibbs, RSM (WO1) L. Hodges, Major General B.A. Coad CB, CBE, DSO (Colonel of the Regiment), Field Marshal HRH The Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinmburgh KH, KT, GBE, (Colonel in Chief), Brigadier D.W.B.T. Hogg, Lieutenant Colonel G.F. Woolnough MC, WO1 (Bandmaster) G. Haile, ORQMS D. Milton, WO 2 D. Mortimer, D. Brown, M. Collins, and WO2 A. Blacxk (ACC),

Person(s): Kew, D, Sergeant; Dunkin, J, Sergeant; King, L, Sergeant; Bourton, H, Sergeant; Seymore, F, Sergeant; McQuade, J, Sergeant; Briggs, D, Sergeant; Parker, K, Sergeant; Allcock, R, Sergeant; Simpson, F, Sergeant; Fisher, J, Sergeant; Dunn, S, Sergeant; Dunford, J, Sergeant; Harris, T, Sergeant; Whitfield, A, Sergeant; Simpson, R, Sergeant; Aldridge, S, Sergeant; Binmore, T, Sergeant; Gaffney, P, Sergeant; Meade, W, Sergeant; O'Brien, P, Sergeant; Lewis, P, Sergeant; Szmelter, K, Sergeant; Crockford, F, Sergeant; Leeder, T, Sergeant; Oxley, J, Sergeant; Dick, H, Sergeant; Bennett, G, Sergeant; Chappel, G, Sergeant; Welch, D, Sergeant; Roberts, T, Sergeant; Dunscombe, W, Sergeant; Wiggins, C, Sergeant; Collings, R, Sergeant; Bray, F, Sergeant; Middlecote, V, Sergeant; Ashley, C, Sergeant; Gibbs, S, Sergeant; Kelly, B, Sergeant; Bye, R, Sergeant; Brett, B, Sergeant; Choules, W, C/Sergeant; Todd, D, C/Sergeant; Kirk, R, Sergeant; Cross, C, Sergeant; Cameron, G, S/Sergeant; Melksham, J, Sergeant; Hollingsworth, R, C/Sergeant; Houghton, T, C/Sergeant; Graham, J, C/Sergeant; Caradice, J, Sergeant; Ault, A, C/Sergeant; Wheaton, F, C/Sergeant; Young, F, C/Sergeant; Parker, D, S/Sergeant; Hardaker, A, S/Sergeant; Buckingham, P, Sergeant; Meynall, A, Sergeant; Pawson, V, C/Sergeant; Ford, A, Drum Major; Barrow, J, WO2; Clacey, C, WO2; Hawe, M, WO2; Lane, F, WO2; Snelling, J, RQMS; Hibbs, R, WO1; Hodges, L, WO1; Coad, B A, Major General; Phillip, Prince; Hogg, D W B T, Brigadier; Woolnough,G F, Lieutenant Colonel; Haile, G, WO1; Mortimer, D, WO2; Brown, D, WO2; Collins, M, WO2; Black, A, WO2;


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4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Officers (front rank) and other ranks who attended a post war annual camp at Fort Gomer, Gosport from the 25th June 1948 to the 3rd July 1948. [The 1st post war camp after the unit was reformed on the 1st May 1947] Weymouth in 1948. (front row L to R) Lieutenant (QM) F W Cooper, [Later retired to Melksham, Lieutenant D R M Glasse ?C? Company, [Killed in a road traffic accident in 1948, Ex Indian Army], Lieutenant G R A Pickford ?B? Company, was the battalion second in command 1943 - 1947. He was a farmer who retired shortly after, Ex RWAFF Gold Coast Regiment], Captain Short [second in command ?A? Company, Curator Salisbury Museum, Ex Indian Army], Captain T Powell, Mortar Platoon [Auctioneer], Major C G Brain OC ?A? Company [Bank Manager Lloyd band and Ex 2nd WW Phantom member attached to the polish Army], Major A G Snell [Officer commanding ?S? Company, Battalion 2nd in command 1952 - 1953. Worked in the clothing trade], Major A S P Jeans TD, Battalion 2nd in command, a farmer who retired in 1952], Lieutenant Colonel Luce DSO, OBE,TD, [Commanding Officer 1942 - 1953 later honorary colonel, director Lavertons at Westbury], Captain A M Everett, Adjutant, retired as a major becoming a successful stockbroker, son is a famous actor], Major G B Cresick [Officer commanding ?C? Company, was a lawyer, retired 1954], Captain Brown [Medical Officer, was a GP in Warminster and was an Ex POW of the Japanese], Captain H.M. Newton-Clare MC, CBE, TD [Officer Commanding ?B? Company later as a Major, worked in the meat trade], Captain P.J. Pepler TD [Officer commanding ?B? Company, was a lawyer and retied in 1950], Captain A E G Brown CBE, TD [Carrier Platoon, he worked at Westminster Bank Brevet Colonel in 1960], Captain T R Hood [Officer commanding HQ Company, he was a lawyer retiring in 1950] Lieutenant F. Fox, retired in 1950]

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The section with their jackets on

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2nd/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Two sepia photos of the Scouts Section at Allahabad, India in October 1918 - 2 copies

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