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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - One of a collection of 131 photographs relating to the service of Ex Sergeant Daniel Davis between 1960 and 1974 which are contained on CDRom 21643 This black and white photo shows soldiers, including Privates Sparrow and Cowell, on exercise in Canada in 1961

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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 black and white copy of a photograph of Captain Hanbury-Sparrow DSO in 1915. He was the author of ?The Land Locked Lake? published in 1977. (The Land Locked Lake was Passchendale on the Western Front)

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1st Bn , Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white copy of a photograph of Captain Hanbury-Sparrow DSO in Dublin in 1918. He was the author of ?The Land locked Lake? published in 1977. (The Land Locked Lake was Passhendale on the Western Front)

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1st Bn , Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white copy of a photograph of Captain Hanbury-Sparrow DSO in civilian clothes in England in 1920. He was the author of ?The Land locked Lake? published in 1977. (The Land Locked Lake was Passhendale on the Western Front)

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1st Bn , Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white copy of a photograph of Captain Hanbury-Sparrow DSO and Bar in civilian clothes in Sydney 1977 on the occasion of ANZAC day. (He led the parade)

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the cross country running team around 1910. The top row shows Privates Reedy, Bowden, L/Corporal Welch, Private Povey, the middle row. Lieutenant Colonel Dowell, L/Corporal Cooper, Lieutenant A.H. Hanbury-Sparrow, Corporal Gardiner, Captain Birt and the bottom row L/Corporals Millard , Vickers and Privates Keep and Smith.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers at Shaft Barracks, Dover in 1912 showing, from left to right in the rear row, Lieutenant H.T.R. Curtis-Raleigh, 2nd Lieutenant R.G.B. Perkins, Captain L.W. Bird, Lieutenant A.H. Perrott, Captain A.G.M. Sharpe, 2nd Lieutenant A.A.H. Hanbury-Sparrow, Lieutenant E.F. Eagar, Lieutenant C. St.Q.O. Fullbrook-Leggatt, Lieutenant P.N. Garnett and Lieutenant C.P. Wheeler; sitting are Captain L.H. Birt, Captain W.K. Bayley, Major D.B. Maurice DSO, Major H.M. Finch, Lieutenant Colonel A.J.W. Dowell, Major W.R.P.K. Betty, Captain A.G. Macdonald, Captain A.H. Bathurst, Captain B.G. Bromhead, (front L to R) 2nd Lieutenant J.H. Woods, Lieutenant E.M. Allfrey and 2nd Lieutenant T.V.B. Denniss.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the officers in 1913 or 1914 showing, from left to right in the rear row, Lieutenant C.P. Wheeler, 2nd Lieutenant C.W. Green, 2nd Lieutenant A.P.J. Hibbert, Lieutenant T.V.B. Denniss, Lieutenant R.G.B. Perkins, Lieutenant A.A.H. Hanbury ? Sparrow, Lieutenant U.S. Hopkins, Lieutenant P.N. Garnett and Lieutenant H.T.R. Curtis ? Raleigh; seated are Captain L.H. Birt, Captain W.K. Bayley, Major D.B. Maurice DSO, Major H.M. Finch, Colonel M.D. Graham, Major W.R.P.K. Betty, Lieutenant A.H. Perrott, Captain B.G. Bromhead, Lieutenant and Quartermaster Mr F. Batt and Lieutenant C.W. Frizell; on the ground are 2nd Lieutenant E.N. Burney and Lieutenant J.H. Woods . [This photo was taken at either Dover in 1913 or Aldershot in 1914. Lieutenant Colonel Graham took command of the Battalion in August 1912 and appears in this image. The location is further complicated by the name of the photographer as coming from Fermoy in Ireland ? The Battalion was not in Ireland during Lt Col Graham's command]

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph showing the mobilization of the Battalion which took place between the 4th and the 8th August 1914 at Mandora Barracks, Aldershot. The mobilization was part of a previously practiced exercise and by all accounts went very smoothly. As well as getting the men and kit ready, the Battalion had to absorb a significant number of reservists. This image shows the transport horses with the RTO (Regimental transport officer) at Farnborough railway station loading up en-route to Southampton 12th August 1914 [ The RTO is believed to be Lieutenant Hanbury-Sparrow who, according to his memoirs in ?The Land Locked Lake?, would rather have been in a rifle company at this time]

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph collected by Lieutenant Cuthbert Henry Tindall Lucas showing officers from the battalion in Grahamstown , South Africa, October, 1902. (Standing L to R) Lieutenant James Duberly [Died of Jaundice in 1912], Lieutenant M. L.Slaughter, Lieutenant George William Patrick. Dawes, Lieutenant Benjamin C Sparrow. (Sat L to R) Captain Richard. G. Macdonnell, Colonel Frederick William Nicolas McCracken DSO [Commanded the 15th Scottish Division 1915 - 1917], Lieutenant Cuthbert Henry Tindall Lucas, Lieutenant Oliver Steel [ Killed in Action 25.10.1914]. [Note re Dawes - He was a career soldier and much decorated Boer War veteran, Lieutenant George Dawes served with the Royal Berkshire Regiment and was one of the first Britons to learn to fly, gaining his pilot's license (No. 17) in 1910. Promoted to Captain soon after, he was transferred to the newly formed Royal Flying Corps and commanded No. 11 Squadron (for eight months in 1915) before being posted to the Balkans as Officer Commanding, RFC in that theatre of war, a position he held from 1916 to 1918. Mentioned in dispatches on seven occasions, Dawes was honoured by the Greek and Serbian Governments and awarded the French Croix de Guerre.]

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4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Royal Berkshire men photographed during the visit of the Colonel of the Regiment, Major General R J Collins, on Tofrek Day 22 March 1945 at Wrotham. Photographer; Gale and Polden Ltd. Aldershot

Person(s): Brooks, M, L/Corporal; Atkins, A, L/Corporal; Griffiths, Corporal E; Moulder, Corporal F; Keaney, J, L/Corporal; Carey, C, L/Corporal; Allum, D, L/Corporal; Given, Corporal D; Penny, F, L/Corporal; Bampton, E, L/Corporal; Pointer, J, L/Corporal; Coleman, A, L/Corporal; Monk, G, L/Corporal; King, C, L/Corporal; Lovett, H, L/Corporal; Lawrence, R, L/Corporal; Goodall, F, L/Corporal; Skilton, R, L/Corporal; Haines, P, L/Corporal; Haynes, R, L/Corporal; Morley, H, Private; Mann, H, Private; Manktelow, S, Private; Wiblin, G, L/Corporal; Bune, R, L/Corporal; Rowland, G, L/Corporal; Walker, K, Private; Hemmings, W, Private; Sparrow, H, Private; Gilbert, A, Private; Ward, W, Private; Knott, E, Private; Silver, A, Private; Riley, V, Private; Peters, C, Private; Boarer, C, L/Corporal; Heredge, G, Private; Avery, D, Private; Wells, Corporal J; Moore, G, L/Corporal; Shepherd, H, L/Corporal; Uphill, T, Private; Sharpe, H, L/Corporal; Brant, T, L/Corporal; Melton, R, Private; Arnold, F, Private; Hawkins, F, L/Corporal; Verdun, H, L/Corporal; Jones, W, L/Corporal; Stockham, W, L/Corporal; Cowell, R, Private; Westmore, W, Private; Green, Corporal D; O'Neill, Corporal J; Ford, G, Private; Fowler, G, Private; Ganderton, W, Private; Millbank, H, Private; Reynolds, C, Private; Shepherd, E, Private; Lasenby, F, Private; Neen, J, Private; Harrison, R, Private; Lovell, T, Private; Spall, N, L/Corporal; Blakemore, C, Private; Faires, J, Private; Pond, Corporal R; Kent, L, L/Corporal; Webb, J, L/Corporal; Cronin, Corporal E; Eason, L, L/Sergeant; Smith, W, L/Sergeant; Rolls, J, L/Sergeant; Gold, L, L/Sergeant; Godbold, F, L/Sergeant; Anderson, W, Sergeant; Brooks, L, L/Sergeant; Holmes, L, L/Sergeant; Scott, Corporal W; Beddard, S, L/Sergeant; Byrne, W, L/Sergeant; Maund, T, Sergeant; Gardner, G, Sergeant; Stevens, R, L/Corporal; Hurd, E, Private; Buery, Corporal W; Woollven, Corporal W; Cook, R, Private; Robinson, D, L/Sergeant; Tomkins, W, L/Sergeant; Noble, S, L/Sergeant; Richardson, J, L/Sergeant; Smith, H, Sergeant; Hall, E, Sergeant; Hill, G, L/Sergeant; Webb, R, L/Sergeant; Lawes, S, Sergeant; Mooring, W, L/Sergeant; Newman, R, L/Sergeant; Chatfield, F, Sergeant; Hattey, L, Sergeant; Townley, R, L/Sergeant; Saunders, D, L/Sergeant; Braidwood, L, L/Sergeant; Probert, F, L/Sergeant; Fallowfield, A, L/Sergeant; Smith, A, L/Sergeant; Trigg, G, L/Sergeant; Hutson, E, L/Sergeant; Brown, H, L/Sergeant; Davidson, W, L/Sergeant; Horscroft, H, L/Sergeant; Nibbs, T, Sergeant; Newland, R, Sergeant; Stokes, J, Sergeant; Moody, T, Sergeant; Main, C, Sergeant; Todd, R, L/Sergeant; Ludwig, G, Sergeant; Mitchell, C, L/Sergeant; Hall, R, Sergeant; Jackson, N, L/Sergeant; Dennison, R, L/Sergeant; Holland, G, Sergeant; Millgate, R, L/Sergeant; Fox, V, Sergeant; Choules, W, L/Sergeant; Jones, P, L/Sergeant; Willmott, G, L/Sergeant; Shellard, R, Sergeant; Stokes, S, Sergeant; Barnes, L, L/Sergeant; Selfe, N, L/Sergeant; Bryant, W, L/Sergeant; Baugh, L, Sergeant; Ellis, G, L/Sergeant; Green, C, Sergeant; Smithers, M, Sergeant; Salzman, A, Sergeant; Hunter, W, Sergeant; Chandler, C, L/Sergeant; Clifton, E, Sergeant; Edwards, H, Sergeant; Mounteney, Colour S, Sergeant; Child, Colour W, Sergeant; Alcott, Company E, Major; Foster, Regimental Quarter Master A, Sergeant; Flower, D E L, Lieutenant; Yates, Lieutenant, I R; Beardsell, H D Captain; Massey, W D, Captain; Davies, R P D, Major; Taylor, F E A, Colonel; Collins, R J, General; Messer, R H, Major; West, D R C, Major; Lacey, F L S, Captain; Warrick, E W, Captain; Trist, R, Captain; Jenkins, T, Lieutenant; Judge, T O, Lieutenant; Pullen, Regimental G, Major; Kirby, Company E, Major; Green, Company H, Major; Turner, Colour S, Sergeant; Horn, Colour J, Sergeant; Townsend, J, Sergeant;


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