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Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of No 15 Intake at the 5th Infantry Training Centre at Colchester in 1943. Rear row L to R, Privates White, Gibbons, Casely, Wilkinson, Simms, Sheekey, Chubb, White, Haines, Channell. (Middle Row L to R) Privates Hart, Braden, Gough, Bailey, Russell, Buckland, Head, Olver, Sanders, McGuire, Stevens. (Front Row L to R) Privates Rutty, King, L/Corporal Atkey, Sergeant Cripps, Captain Burney, Privates Leeney, Terry, Phillips.

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Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of The Kenya Regiment No 16 Compulsory Military Training Course from 16th Jan to 17th June 1961. This photo contains Sergeant Ron Allcock who was seconded there from the Battalion

Person(s): Allcock, Company R; Turton, R, Private; Pringle, N, Private; Wilkinson, G, Private; Holme, R, J/Sergeant; Robertson, A, Private; Walker, D, J/Corporal; Bowers, C, Private; Bridle R, Private; Fenwick, R, Private; Baily, T, Private; Turner, J, Private; Kean, C, J/L/Corporal; Brooks, C, Private; Patrickson, J, Private; Vaughan-Ryall, M, J/L/Corporal; Beverley, O, Private; Gladwin, D, Private; Fenwick, D, Private; Bernhardi, G, Private; Ryan, C, Private; Burnup, R, Private; Fletcher, G, Private; Withey, D, Private; Wright, J, Private; Susskind, J, Private; Bassett, D, J/Sergeant; Tyekiff, J, Private; Miller, R, Private; Dowey, H, Private; Cameron I, Private; Benn, D, Private; Shaw, M, J/Sergeant; Potts, J, Private; Lawrence-Brown, H, Private; Wood B, Private; Daly, M, Private; Watt, J, Private; Lloyd, G, Private; O'Hara, M, J/Sergeant; Miller, A, Private; Lock, G, Private; Burton, A Summers, B Private; Ball, P, Private; Bax, R, Private; Davies, C, Private; Odendaai, H, Private; Roach, R, Private; Bagehot, R, Private; Englebrecht, C, Private; Maila, A, Private; Hallet, I, Private; Bentley, D, Private; Begg, J, Private; Amos, M, J/Corporal; Brayne-Nicholls, L, Private; Wyber, J, Private; Yolland, S, Private; Macpherson, C, Private; Noon, C, J/L/Corporal; Gladman, G, Private; Scott, D, Private; McNight, R, Private; Sinclair R, Private; Phelps, J, Sergeant; Parkinson, J, Sergeant; Newcombe, K, Sergeant; Cordell, R, Private; Crosskill, J, Private; Harman, J, Private; Hunter, J, Private; Pirie J, Private; Butler, M, Private; Young, K, Sergeant; Powell, H, Sergeant; Aitken, A, Sergeant; Allcock, R, Sergeant; Holyfield, Lieutenant, F N; Preston, Staff K Sergeant; Douglas, J, Captain; Yeo, Company N J, Major; Athill, J H, Major; Rimmer, Colour B W, Sergeant; Henderson, M L, Captain; Smith, G, Sergeant; Murray, A, Sergeant; Spencer, T, Sergeant; Wheeker, T, Sergeant; Martin, P, Sergeant;


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the team which won the "Army Challenge Cup" for Football in 1921-22 and which included Lieutenant and Adjutant R.F. Hayward V.C.

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4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Officers at Le Marchant Barracks, Devizes in 1956, the Regiment's Bi-Centenary Year

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4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Officers at Annual Camp in 1954 at Fort Tregantle, Cornwall Photographer; Western Morning News Ltd, Plymouth

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15th Infantry Training Centre - A black and white photo of the Warrant Officers and the Sergeants at the Centre which trained recruits for the Gloucestershire and the Wiltshire Regiments before the 2nd World war - the photo is taken in either 1937 or 1938

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1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A photocopy of six small sepia photographs (one of which is a copy of P019759) of Sergeant Bernard Leoph Carter taken in India. It includes a second sheet with details on the rear of each photo This primary image is of Sergeant Carter at Kingsway Barracks (tented), Delhi, in March 1917

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Wiltshire Home Guard - A black and white photograph of a Wiltshire Home Guard unit, taken outside the Red Lion Inn, dated October 1942. The location and people in this photograph were not originally named, but following an appeal on the Museum's website the pub was confirmed in August 2009 as the Red Lion, Castle Eaton, licensee Reginald G King, and the unit as the Blunsdon Platoon. The landlady at the time provided the information given here from a copy of the photograph in the pub which named all those present. All rows read from left to right. Top row:- W. Kemble, E. Walsh, W. Wiltshire, R. Kemble, J. Kemble, J. Cole, H. Mills, P. Mills, W. Stroud. 2nd row:- E. Beazley, I. Wiltshire, F. Mulcock, T. Card, H. Kemble, Mr. Vines, A. Percival, C. Kemble, S. Wilkins, S. Curtis. 3rd row:- B. Card, R. Mulcock, H. Cole, H. Painter, B. Nicholls, Mr. Skinner, E. Adams, A. Drew, J. Jackson, J. Pearce, S. Brunsdon, A. New. Seated Row:- A. Staples, W. Mulcock, G. Wiltshire, T. Adams, T. Green, Major Archer (with trilby hat), S. Maundrell, Mr. King (Licensee), W. Wiltshire, J. Adams, Mr. Groves. Sitting on floor:- P. Stroud, S. Marshall, R. Wiltshire, E. Stroud, Mr. Perry, T. Sandle, C. Agamber, J. Mulcock.

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1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo, taken from Sergeant Mundy's Journal, of a group of 'B' Company Sergeants with their mascot "Kathie", probably at Chaubattia Hill Station in India in the summer of 1916

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1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo, taken from Sergeant Mundy's Journal, of five Sergeants at the hill station Camp at Chaubattia where the Battalion spent the summer of 1916

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Wiltshire Regiment - A photocopy of a black and white photograph of Major Richard Carless Wilkins MBE TD sometime during the 2nd World War

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Wiltshire Regiment - A photocopy of a black and white photograph of a group of soldiers and signed on rear by the Majority of them, probably sometime during the 2nd World War

Person(s): Wilkins, R C;


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