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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of L/Corporal Charlie Haynes on the right and Private ?Taff? Wayman. It is believed that this image was taken in Ballykinler, Northern Ireland during the 1973- 75 tour.
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private ?Taff? Wayman (Right) giving Private ?James? Bond an injection in the Battalion?s medical orderly room. It is believed that this image was taken in Ballykinler, Northern Ireland during the 1973-75 tour.
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of the duty cook, Private ?Taff? Wayman in the Medical Centre at Ballykinler, Northern Ireland, probably during the 1973-75 tour.
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of two soldiers ?fooling around? in the medical centre in the Ballykinler camp, Northern Ireland sometime between 1973 and 1975. On the right is Private ?Taff? Wayman.
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of two members of the Battalion's medical section outside the medical centre in Ballykinler Camp, Northern Ireland sometime between 1973 and 1975. The soldier standing is Private ?Taff? Wayman
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private ?Taff? Wayman inside the medical centre in Ballykinler camp in Northern Ireland sometime between 1973 and 1975
2nd/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia portrait photo of Private A R Waylen, sometime between 1915 and 1917 in India
Person(s): Waylen, A R, Private;
1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo, taken from Sergeant Mundy's Journal, of the officers at Chaubattia hill station, where the Battalion spent the summer of 1916
Person(s): Mundy, F; Homan,, Lieutenant; Morris,, Lieutenant; Arkhell, A G, Lieutenant; Lockhart,, Lieutenant; Elliott, H, Lieutenant; Pye-Smith,, Lieutenant; Thurger,, Lieutenant; Davies,, Lieutenant; Arkhell, T H, Lieutenant; Hall,, Lieutenant; Phelps,, Captain; Herbert, and Adjutant G, Hon; Armstrong, A A, Colonel; Radnor, the Earl of, General; Willis, H H, Major; Vicary,, Captain; Moulton, J, Lieutenant; Merewether, C K, Lieutenant; Angus,, Lieutenant; Waylen,, Captain; Folkestone,, Viscount; Redman,, Lieutenant; Joiner,, Lieutenant;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Battalion Staff in 1899 or 1900 in Quetta, Baluchistan. In this image are Colonel Carey-Barnard, C D V; Provost Sergeant A. Glover, Bandmaster I.V. Richardson, Quartermaster Sergeant E.Potter, Drummer Sergeant H. Waylen, Quartermaster Sergeant J. Lovelock, Sergeant W. Leonard, Sergeant Major Charles Cave, Captain H.C. Arnold, Major L.L. Steele, Captain and Adjutant Wyndham, Lieutenant and Quartermaster H. Mankelow. [Sergeant Major Cave had previous service in the Scots Guards]
Person(s): Carey-Barnard, C D V, Colonel; Glover, A, Provost Sergeant; Richardson, I V, Bandmaster; Potter, Quartermaster E, Sergeant; Waylen, H, Drummer; Lovelock, Quartermaster J, Sergeant; Leonard, W, Sergeant; Cave, C, Major; Arnold, H C, Captain; Steele, L L, Major; Wyndham, and Adjutant I R, Captain; Menkelow, and Quartermaster H, Lieutenant;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Drums in 1899 or 1900 in Quetta, Baluchistan
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Battalion Football Team in 1899 or 1900 in Quetta, Baluchistan
Person(s): Carey-Barnard, C D V, Colonel; Oram. F, Private; Webb, Corporal G; Ross, C M, Mr; Timmis, A W, Lieutenant; Leondard, G, Bandsman; Wheeler, F, L/Corporal; Shaw, H, Private; Bateman, C R, Sergeant; Waylen, H, Drummer; Newman, W, L/Corporal; Cox, J, L/Corporal; Robinson, B, Private;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white group photograph of the officers of the new Battalion straight after the Amalgamation Parade at Albany Barracks, Isle of White, on 9th June 1959; the amalgamation was between the Royal Berkshire Regiment and the Wiltshire Regiment.
Person(s): Kerwood, J B, 2nd Lieutenant; Macmillan, J A H, Lieutenant; Reid, D L B, Lieutenant; Porter, G J, Lieutenant; Rendle, C G, Lieutenant; Greenaway, J, Lieutenant; Matthews, R E, 2nd Lieutenant; Rose, A J, Lieutenant; Tomkins, R G, Lieutenant (QM); Boswell, C A, 2nd Lieutenant; Ravenhill, A F, 2nd Lieutenant; Milbank, T H R, 2nd Lieutenant; Hartland, J M, Captain; Hyslop, J B, Captain; Devlin, G, 2nd Lieutenant; Morris, J N, Lieutenant; Hobbs, B R, Captain; Ward, J P, Captain; Larkman, A F E, 2nd Lieutenant; Goodhart, R I, 2nd Lieutenant; Forbes, A M, 2nd Lieutenant; Edwards, C J, Captain; Nash, D J G, Lieutenant; Jones, D A, 2nd Lieutenant; Thomas, D L, 2nd Lieutenant; Turner, W G R, Captain; Mackereth, W A, 2nd Lieutenant; Draper, M A, Lieutenant; Cole, A B, 2nd Lieutenant; Harrowing, J H, Captain (QM); Canning, H D, Lieutenant; Welsh, R T E W, Captain; Aylin, C G P, Lieutenant; Waymouth, R B, Captain; Shears, J B, Lieutenant; Barber, C J, Major (QM); Fraser, A H, Major; Hunter, R, Major; Boshell, F H B, Major; Woolnough, G F, Lieutenant Colonel; Coad, B A, Major General; Duke of Edinburgh, P, Field Marshall Prince; Hogg, D W B T, Brigadier; Bromhead, R B G, Lieutenant Colonel; Ward, R A S, Major; Savill, D J, Major; Davies, R A, Major; Stone, F J, Major; Higgens, L J, Major; Allnutt, R F, Major;
99th Regiment - A sepia portrait photograph of Major George Arthur Wayman. He joined the Regiment on the 3rd October 1862. He served in Natal during the Zulu Campaign and retired in 1886 as a Major. Photographer: Lamber Weston & Son, Dover & Folkestone
Person(s): Wayman, G A, Major;
2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the brass tablet placed in Devizes church in December 1886 in memory of those who died in India from 1882 to 1886. It lists the following soldiers. Lieutenant Colonel A.M. Moir, Lieutenant Colonel C.J. Greenham, Major G.A. Wayman, Captain C.C. Nevile, Capt and Adt J. Stevens, Guille, Sergeant W. Bristow, Sergeant J. Seymore, Corporal W. Bailey, L/Corporals R. Mortimer, G.A. Warson, G. Clifford. Privates, W. Perry, G. Miles, E.G. Doughty, J. Deal, J, Chandler, J. Bainton, A. Perrett, J. Giles, H. Mortimer, G. Hunt, W. Hodges, R. Couldery, H. Welch, J. Woodhouse, Tom Plank, J. Carey, C.H. Brown, W. May, T. Complin, E. Painter, E. Minty, C. Barter.
Person(s): Moir, A M,Lieutenant Colonel; Greenham, C J, Lieutenant Colonel; Wayman, G A, Major; Nevile, C C, Captain; Stevens, J, , Captain; Guille, , Captain; Bristow, W, Sergeant; Seymore, J, Sergeant; Bailey, W, Corporal; Mortimer, R, L/Corporal; Warson,G, A, L/Corporal; Clifford, G, L/Corporal; Perry, W, Private; Miles, G, Private; Doughty, E G, Private; Deal, J, Private; Chandler, J, Private; Bainton, J, Private; Perrett, A, Private; Giles, J, Private; Mortimer, H, Private; Hunt, G, Private; Hodges, W, Private; Couldery, R, Private; Welch, H, Private; Woodhouse, J, Private; Plank, T, Private; Carey, J, Private; Brown, C,H, Private; May, W, Private; Complin, T, Private; Painter, E, Private; Minty, E, Private; Barter,C, Private;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of Warrant Officers and Sergeants in Dublin in 1921. It shows in the rear row from left to right, Sergeant Sanders, Sergeant Drewitt, Sergeant Bradshaw, L/Sergeant Foakes, Sergeant Walker, Sergeant Hayter, Sergeant Preece, L/Sergeant Tippett, Sergeant Saunders, Sergeant Tovey and Sergeant Colborne. In the 2nd row are Sergeants Giles, Archard, Harris, Gale, Elliot, Yeatts, Bucknell, Collier, White, Sweeney and Wilson. In the 3rd row are Sergeant Drummer Mead, Sergeant Webb, Sergeant Liddard, CQMS Seton, CQMS Fennell, Sergeant Wayman, Sergeant Fitch, Sergeant Verge, Sergeant Jefferies MM, Sergeant Bathe, CQMS Fortune and CQMS Brain. Seated at the front are Armourer S/Sergeant Woolaston, RQMS Keep, CSM Baish, CSM Waite MC, DCM, RSM Parker, Lieutenant R.F.J. Hayward VC, MC, Colonel Commandant R.D.F. Oldman CMG, DSO, Major E.L. Makin DSO, Bandmaster Collier, CSM Weston, CSM Wilkins, CSM Penny and QMS (Orderly room Sergeant) Gray.
Person(s): Sanders, , Sergeant; Drewitt, , Sergeant; Bradshaw, , Sergeant; Foakes, , L/Sergeant; Walker, , Sergeant; Hayter, , Sergeant; Preece, , Sergeant; Tippett, , L/Sergeant; Saunders, , Sergeant; Tovey, , Sergeant; Colborne, , Sergeant; Giles, , Sergeant; Archard, , Sergeant; Harris, , Sergeant; Gale, , Sergeant; Elliot, , Sergeant; Yeatts, , Sergeant; Webb, , Sergeant; Liddiard, , Sergeant; Seton, , CQMS; Fennell, , CQMS; Wayman, , Sergeant; Fitch, , Sergeant; Verge, , Sergeant; Jefferies, , Sergeant; Bathe, , Sergeant; Fortune, , CQMS; Brain, , CQMS; Woolaston, , Sergeant Armourer; Keep, , RQMS; Baish, , WO2; Waite, , WO2; Parker, , WO1; Hayward, R F J, Lieutenant; Oldman, R D F, Colonel; Makin, E L, Major; Collier, , Bandmaster; Weston, , WO2; Wilkins, , WO2; Penny, , WO2; Gray, , Orderly Room Sergeant;
2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of members of ?D? Company in India about 1926. In the rear row from left to right are Privates G R B, Andrews, A E Lancley, L Watson, H J Bennett, W J Pike, A C Smith and L, Heath. In the 3rd row are L/Corporal W J Edwards, Privates A, Rose, E H Moulden, F G Orchard, A, Thomas, G H Matthews, V, Bush, H, Jordon, R, Millard, P, Kinsey, P, Hunt, J, Le Roi, W, Shergold, J, Hosey and A, Dalton. In the 3rd row are Privates W, Franklin, R, Le Cras, W G, Coates, L/Corporals S, Forest, C, Pegler, W I, Comley, WO 2 (Company Sergeanr Major),L , Holloway, Sergeant W S Wayman, Company Quarter Master Sergant H, Reynolds, L/Corporal E, Newport, L/Corporal E, Bowering, L/Corporal C, Hunt and Private F, Ashfield. In the front row are Privates W, Castle, L. Barrow, S J, Cooch, F, Watts, Clarke and B L Nix.
Person(s): Andrews, G R B, Private; Lancley, A E, Private; Watson, L, Private; Bennett, H J, Private; Pike, W J, Private; Smith, A C, Private; Heath, L, Private; Edwards, W J, L/Corporal; Rose, A, Private; Moulden, E H, Private; Orchard, F J, Private; Thomas, A, Private; Matthews, G H, Private; Bush, V, Private; Jordon, H, Private; Millard, R, Private; Kinsey, P, Private; Hunt, P, Private; Le Roi, J, Private; Shergold, W, Private; Hosey, J, Private; Dalton, A, Private; Franklin, W, Private; Le Cras, R, Private; Coates, W G, Private; Forest, S, L/Corporal; Pegler, C, L/Corporal; Comley, W I, L/Corporal; Holloway, L, WO2; Wayman, W S, Sergeant; Reynolds, H, CQMS; Newport, E, L/Corporal; Bowering, E, L/Corporal; Hunt, C, L/Corporal; Ashfield, F, Private; Castle, W, Private; Barrow, L, Private; Cooch, S J, Private; Watts, F, Private; Clarke, , Private; Nix, B L, Private;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of a group of officers outside the officers mess in Krefeld, Germany in1949 The exact locations are not clear but basically left to right are Major E Cottingham MC, Lieutenant P. Hollett, Lieutenant A B Waymouth, Lieutenant R W Reynolds, 2nd Lieutenant F Yiend, Captain R James, Captain S F Browne, Lieutenant P Freeland, 2nd Lieutenant P Gordon and Captain M W Lemon.
Person(s): Kenrick, N, Lieutenant Colonel; Cottingham, E, Major; Hollett, P, Lieutenant; Waymouth, A B, Lieutenant; Reynolds, R W, Lieutenant; Yiend, F, 2nd Lieutenant; James, R, Captain; Browne, S F, Captain; Freeland, P, Lieutenant; Gordon, P, Lieutenant; Lemon. M W, Captain;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the officers mess in Krefeld, Germany, in April 1950. (slightly damaged in the centre). In the rear row left to right are 2nd Lieutenants A Bennett, J M Hartland, D W Fladgate, J Bretherton, J E Armstrong and J Loe, Captains S Royce (RAMC) and T J Yates (Chaplain) and 2nd Lieutenants W Lindsey-Hogg and F K Yiend. In the middle row are Captain S A G Cox, Lieutenants R T E Welsh, T A Gibson, K W Reynolds, P R E Freeland (Devonshire Regt), G T Graham and F J Stone, Captain C W Pearce, Lieutenants A E Carter and R B Waymouth. Seated are Captain M Chivers, Major (QM) A F Bacon MBE, Major G D Young (Devonshire Regt), Major E J Cottingham (Gloucestershire Regt), Major G Wort, Lieutenant N E C Kenrick DSO, Captain J R Roden, Major T Cooper (Royal Berkshire Regt), Major R K Archer and Captain A V Avery.
Person(s): Kenrick, N, Lieutenant Colonel; Bennett, A, 2nd Lieutenant; Hartland, J M, 2nd Lieutenant; Fladgate, D W, 2nd Lieutenant; Bretherton, J, 2nd Lieutenant; Armstrong, J E, 2nd Lieutenant; Loe, J, 2nd Lieutenant; Royce, S, Captain; Yates, T J, Padre; Lindsey-Hogg, W, 2nd Lieutenant; Yiend, F K, 2nd Lieutenant; Cox, S A G, Captain; Welsh, R T E, Lieutenant; Gibson, T A, Lieutenant; Reynolds, K W, Lieutenant; Freeland, P R E, Lieutenant; Lemon, M W, Captain; Graham, G T, Lieutenant; Stone, F J, Lieutenant; Pearce, C W, Captain; Carter, A E, Lieutenant; Waymouth, R B, Lieutenant; Chivers, M, Captain; Bacon, A F, Major; Young, G D, Major; Cottingham, E J, Major; Wort, G, Major; Kenrick, N E C, Lieutenant Colonel; Roden, J R, Captain; Cooper, T, Major; Archer, R K, Major; Avery, H V, Captain;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the Regimental Colour parties and Standard bearers of the Old Comrade Branches at the freedom parade in the market place, Devizes at 5pm on Saturday 20th May, 1950. It shows the King's Colour, 1st Battalion, on the left, being carried by Lieutenant F J Stone (partly obscured), the Regimental Colour carried by Lieutenant Yiend (partly obscured), the King's Colour of the 2nd Battalion caried by Lieutenant R B Waymouth, the Regimental Colour carried by 2nd Lieutenant D Fladgate, the King's Colour 4th Battalion carried by Captain G G Drew, its Regimental Colour carried by Captain A Pickford plus the officers, from left to right, Captain R N Topham, Major R W Stephenson MBE and Lieuteant R W Reynolds. The officer in command of the parade was Major G Wort.
Person(s): Kenrick, N, Lieutenant Colonel; Stone, F J, Lieutenant; Yiend, , Lieutenant; Waymouth, R B, Lieutenant; Fladgate, D, Lieutenant; Drew, G G, Captain; Pickford, A, Captain; Topham, R N, Captain; Stephenson, R W, Major; Reynolds, R W, Lieutenant; Wort, G, Major;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of a group of officers at the Depot in Devizes whilst awaiting the sailing date for the posting to Malaya in 1950. From left to rifght they are Lieutenant R B Waymouth, Lieutenant A E Carter, Captain C W Pearce and 2nd Lieutenant R Dyer.