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1st Bn, Wessex Regiment - A colour photo of 'C' Company's Officers, Warrant Officers and Sergeants on the occasion of visit by the Commanding Officer, probably at Devizes in Wiltshire, on 22nd May 1990 Photographer; Borg Photography, Stoke St Michael, Bath
Person(s): Fraser, Colour, Sergeant; Baker,, Sergeant; Hunt, Colour, Sergeant; Lambert,, WO2; Jeffries, Colour, Sergeant; Chivers,, WO2; Price,, WO2; Burt,, Sergeant; Harris,, Sergeant; Galpin,, Sergeant; Andrews, WOI P R M; Mereweather, I T, Captain; Upshall, I R, Captain; Fausset, M C, Major; Brady, G E, Colonel; Woodcock, G E C, Captain; Burnett, C D, Captain; Petchey, C R F, Lieutenant; McMeeken, G D, Captain;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of 'C' Company at Malta in 1963 or 1964. Front centre is Major Paul Freeland and sat far right is L/Corporal Jeffries. Photographer; Stafrace's Photo Studio, 35 Prince of Wales Road, Sliema, Malta
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour photo of the grave marker at Kohima War Cemetery in Burma for Private W A Jeffries who died on 28th May 1944
Person(s): Jeffries, W A, Private;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A sepia photograph of three soldiers of the Regiment enjoying a day out in civilian clothes in Malta during 1963. Shown (left to right) is Privates Paddy Hughes, Ted Shilton and Jeffries
1st Bn, Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph showing wounded soldiers of the 1st Battalion at the Netley Military Hospital, 16 May 1885. All had been wounded by swords or spears in the Sudan and are shown wearing the regulation hospital uniform. Left to right are Privates Foley, Powell, Murgatroyd, Corporal Tugwell (seated), Private Jeffries, Drummer A King, Private Jeffries was born in Harwell, Berkshire (now Oxfordshire) and joined the 1st Battalion in 1882. He embarked at Chatham on the SS Australia in September 1884 arriving in Egypt the following month. He was present with the Battalion at Suakin in 1885 and was severely wounded at Tofrek. He returned to England on the Iberia where he was admitted to Netley Hospital. On 21 July 1885, it was stated that ?the movement of fingers on both hands was impaired? and he was discharged as medically unfit for further service. Drummer Arthur King applied for pensioner status at the Royal Hospital Chelsea in 1931. Prior to enlistment he was a wheelwright and carpenter.
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private E. Jeffries who was wounded during the 1st World War
Person(s): Jeffries, E, Private;
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.
Person(s): Halfacre, , Private; Pash, , Private; Ilsley, , Private; Parris, , Private; Slade, , Private; Newman, , Private; Wheeler, , Private; Berryman, , Private; Snell, , Private; Vokes, , Private; Jeffries, , Private; Pearce, , Private; Fennell, , Private; Moss, , Private; Chambers, , Private; Angell, , Private; Warwick, , Private; Spiers, , Private; Shayler, , Private; Hewitt, , Private; Price, , Private; Tebby, , Private; Dollery, , L/Corporal; Godding, , Private; King, , Private; Dean, , L/Corporal; Somerville, , Private; Chandler, , L/Corporal; Cooling, , Private; Cox, , Private; Tigwell, , Private; Hopkins, , Private; Andrews, , Private; Luker, , Private; Bradish, , Corporal; Stapley, , Private; Goodall, , Private; Shorter, , Private; Timms, , Private; Simpson, , Private; Igram, , Private; Sheppard, , Private; Buckle, , Private; Martin, , Private; Smith, , Private; Heifnam, , Private; Burton, , Private; Passmore, , Drummer; Collyer, , Drummer; Crombleholme, , L/Corporal; Wise, , Corporal; Addicott, , Sergeant; Woodley, , Sergeant; Woolridge, , Sergeant; Field, , Colour Sergeant; Turner, A S, Captain; Garnett, P N, Lieutenant; Thame, , Sergeant; Ryan, , L/Sergeant; Miles, , L/Corporal; Dovey, , Private; Green, , Drummer; Berry, , Drummer; Tubb, , Private; Woolmer, , Private; Taylor, , Private; Clements, , Private; Goodall, , L/Corporal; Dunstan, , Drummer; Allington, , L/Corporal; Burchall, , Private; Keen, , Private;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Battalion football team in Northern Ireland in 1973. It shows, in the rear row from left to right, Private Power (Command Companyy), Corporal D. Fielding ("C" Company), Corporal Nulty (Command Company), L/Corporal Rolfe ("Cmpany), Sergeant M. Mortimer (Command Comany), Sergeant J. Venus ( "C " Coy) and L/Corporal Jenkins ( "C" Coy). and, in the front row from left to right, Corporal Jeffries ( "C " Coy), Private Swanick (" C" Company), Corporal Cox ? Team Captain ("A " Company), Private M. Hayworth (D Company) and Private Rolls (Command Company).
Person(s): Power, , Private; Fielding, D, Corporal; Nulty, , Corporal; Rolfe, , L/Corporal; Mortimer, M, Sergeant; Venus, J, Sergeant; Jenkins, , L/Corporal; Jeffries, , Corporal; Swanick, , Private; Cox, , Corporal; Hayworth, M, Private; Rolls, , Private;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of a group of officers in Aldershot in 1894. Seated on the left is Captain Francis R. Macmullen, standing 3rd left is Captain L. Holmes a ?Court, eated 2nd left is Lieutenant James Frederick Forbes, standing 5th left is Captain Arthur Gordon Jeffries, seated in the centre is Major Harry M. Carter, standing 7th left is Captain Neville D. Macdonald, seated 4th left is Major G Lake Talbot Dennis, standing 9th left is Lieutenant A.A.S. Barnes (the Paymaster), standing far right is 2nd Lieutenant G G M Wheeler, seated front left is Lieutenant Melville, on the right is 2nd Lieutenant A.A.H. Wilson. [Front right is an empty chair with a dog on it. We believe that this is part of a continuing joke by Lieutenant W.E. Matcham who appears in many of the images with his face obscured by a dog] [ Note - Lieutenant G G M Wheeler transferred the 7th Hariana Lancers, British Indian Army, during World War I. On 12 April 1915 at Shaiba, Mesopotamia, Major Wheeler led his squadron in an attempt to capture a flag which was the centre-point of a group of the enemy who were firing on one of his troop's picquets. He advanced, attacked the enemy's infantry with the lance, and then retired while the enemy swarmed out of hidden ground where Royal Artillery guns could attack them. On 13 April Major Wheeler led his squadron to the attack of the North Mound. He was seen far ahead of his men, riding straight for the enemy's standards, but was killed in the attack. Major Wheeler was 42 years old at the time of this action, for which he was awarded the Victoria Cross. Wheeler was a grandson of Sir Hugh Massy Wheeler. He was educated at Bedford Modern School. In 1900 he married Nellie Purcell, a daughter of the surgeon Ferdinand Purcell.
Person(s): Macmullen, F R, Captain; Holmes a Court, L, Captain; Forbes,J F, Lieutenant; Jeffries,A G,Captain; Carter, H M, Major; Macdonald, N D, Captain; Dennis, G L T, Major; Barnes, A A S, Lieutenant; Wheeler, , 2nd Lieutenant; Melville, , Lieutenant; Wilson, A A H, Lieutenant;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of an officers group at Aldershot in 1895 showig in the rear row, from left to right Captain W.E. Matchen (with dog called Peter hiding his face), Lieutenant H. T. Arnold, -?-, Lieutenant Staunton, 2nd Lieutenant H.P. Rogers, 2nd Lieutenant T Roche, Captain The Hon L. Holmes a L Court, 2nd Lieutenant P. Hasler and 2nd Lieutenant E.U. Bradbridge. Seated left to right are Captain A.G. Jefferies, Captain R.H.P. Snow, -?-, Lieutenant Colonel R. Hayne, Captain and Adjutant J.T. Forbes, Lieutenant and Quartermaster C.S. Barnes and Captain R.H. Steward. In the front row from left to right are Lieutenant B.P. Feilding, -?-, -?-,2nd Lieutenant C.A. Law, Lieutenant E. Vincent, -?- and Lieutenant G.G.M. Wheeler. (There is slight damage to the centre of the image) [Note Lieutenant G G M Wheeler later transferred to the 7th Hariana Lancers, Indian Army, during World War I. On 12 April 1915 at Shaiba, Mesopotamia, Major Wheeler led his squadron in an attempt to capture a flag which was the centre-point of a group of the enemy who were firing on one of his troop's picquets. He advanced, attacked the enemy's infantry with the lance, and then retired while the enemy swarmed out of hidden ground where Royal Artillery guns could attack them. On 13 April Major Wheeler led his squadron to the attack of the North Mound. He was seen far ahead of his men, riding straight for the enemy's standards, but was killed in the attack. Major Wheeler was 42 years old at the time of this action, for which he was awarded the VC. Wheeler was a grandson of Sir Hugh Massy Wheeler. He was educated at Bedford Modern School. In 1900 he married Nellie Purcell, a daughter of the surgeon Ferdinand Purcell.
Person(s): Matchen, W E, Captain; Arnold, H T, Lieutenant; Staunton, , Lieutenant; Rogers, H P, 2nd Lieutenant; Roche, T, 2nd Lieutenant; Holmes a L Court, Captain; Hasler, P, 2nd Lieutenant; Bradbridge, E U, 2nd Lieutenant; Jeffries, A G, Captain; Snow, R H P, Captain; Hayne, R, Lieutenant Colonel; Forbes, J T, Captain; Barnes, C S, Lieutenant; Steward, R H, Captain; Feilding, B P,Lieutenant; Law, C A, Lieutenant; Vincent, E, Lieutenant; Wheeler, G G M, Lieutenant;
1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of the winning team in the Irish Army football cup 1919-1920. Standing from left to right are RSM (WO1) G. Parker, L/Corporal A.H. Lunt, L/Corporal E. Veck MM, Captain K.J.P. Oliphant MC, Private P. Topp, CSM (WO2) H. Baish (Vice Captain), CSM (WO2) H.J. Wilkins and Sergeant C. Saunders. Seated from left to right are Sergeant E. Poolman MM, Sergeant C. Giles (Captain), Major C.A. Barker OBE, Colonel Commandant R.D.F. Oldman CMG, DSO, Lieutenant R.F.J. Hayward VC, MC, Sergeant A.E. Jeffries MM and CQMS J. Fortune. Seated at the front left are Corporal F. Tippett and front right Private G. Thomas. [This team were also the finalists 1920-21, Senior football team 1920-21, Winners Garrison League 1918-19, 20 &21]
Person(s): Parker, G, WO1; Lunt, A H, L/Corporal; Veck, E, L/Corporal; Oliphant, K J P, Captain; Topp, P, Private; Baish, H, WO2; Wilkins, H J, WO2; Saunders, C, Sergeant; Poolman, E, Sergeant; Giles, C, Sergeant; Barker, C A, Major; Oldman, R D F, Colonel; Hayward, R F J, Lieutenant; Jeffries, A E , Sergeant; Fortune, J, CQMS; Tippitt, F, Corporal; Thomas, G, Private;
Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the British Modern Pentathlon Team in the 1920 Olympics. It shows Captain H Boustead MC (Gordon Highlanders), Lieutenant Edward Gordon Gedge MC (Royal Artillery), Squadron Leader Clarke (RAF) MC, Captain T H Wand-Tetley (Wiltshire Regiment) Captain H. Daniels VC (Reserve),Captain Low DSO, MC (Team Manager) and Lieutenant Jeffries (Reserve). Of these, Lieutenant Gedge is sitting on the front on the ground [Note Each member of the team competed in all the following events. 1. Running (3 Miles), 2. Riding over a 4 Miles Point-to-Point course, 3. Swimming (300 Yards), 4. Revolver Shooting, 5. Fencing with the Epee. Lieutenant Gedge was born in 1895, retired from the Artillery in 1920 and died in 1991.
Wiltshire Regimental Depot - A black and white photo of a bemedalled group of Warrant Officers, NCOs and other ranks in 1924. Photographer; Chivers Jno., Devizes -
Person(s): Kyte, J, Private; Jones, A S, Drummer; Dunkley, C H, Private; Ayliffe, T, Drummer; Marks, S, Private; Gillette, A, Private; Richards,, L/Corporal; Braine, Company Quarter Master, Sergeant; Marks,, L/Corporal; Robbins, A, Private; Smith, H J, Private; Giddings, W, Private; Fortune, J J, Private; Ealey, E H, Private; Kennett, W J, Private; Pinchen, W H, Private; Russell,, Sergeant; Jeffries,, Sergeant; Burrows,, Sergeant; Hill, Company, Major; Jollife, Company, Major; Piper, Regimental, Major; Weston, Company, Major; Hiscocks,, Sergeant; Bolter,, Sergeant; Webb,, Sergeant;