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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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Wiltshire Regiment - A colour digital image of the family grave in Devizes Cemetery of Major Ethelbert Maurice Gingell who died on the 3rd March 1928. [It is believed he was killed in a road traffic accident]

Person(s): Gingell, E M, Major;

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the winners of the Army Soccer Challenge Cup, 1921-1922. At this time the Battalion was based in Ireland. It shows, in the rear row from left to rght, Sergeant W G, Dredge (Trainer) Sergeant A E Jeffries MM, CQMS J. Fortune, Sergeant E H, Poolman MM, Private P. Topp, CSM (WO2) H J Baish (Vice Captain), Lance Corporal A E Ballinger, Corporal C J Rowley and Private J G, Pinker. In the centre row from left to right are RSM (WO1) G. Parker, Captain K J P Oliphant MC, Lieutenant Colonel F H Dansey CMG, DSO (Commanding Officer), Colonel Commandant R.D.F. Oldman, CMG, DSO (Commanding 24th Infantry Brigade), Captain E.M. Gingell (Sports Officer), Lieutenant and Adjutant R.F. Hayward VC, MC and Sergeant C. Giles (Captain). In the front row, from left to right are Corporal R. Mock, CSM (WO2) J J Wilkins, Private G. Thomas, Lance Corporal E. Veck MM. [ This photo was presented to Mr H. Chivers by this team in appreciation of his kind hospitality, 1922. We do not know what that hospitality was.]

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of Captain Gingell ln Dublin in 1922. He was killed in 1928 whilst motor cycling on duty as a Regimental Recruiting Officer in Wiltshire in March 1928.

Person(s): Gingell, , Captain;

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group image of the Warrant Officers and Sergeant at Pembroke Dock, Wales, 6th April, 1908. [6th row - Back - L to R], Sergeants Hill, Woodward, Jacobs, Hammonds, Jardine, L/Sergeant Day, L/Sergeant Looney. [5th Row L to R] L/Sergeant Parker, L/Sergeant Goodridge,  Sergeant Shelley, L/Sergeant Huntley, L/Sergeant Robbins, L/Sergeant Merritt, Sergeant Fisher, L/Sergeant Fisher, L/Sergeant Morris, Sergeant Jeanes, [4th Row L to R] Sergeant Archer, L/Sergeant Cotterell, Sergeant Davis, L/Sergeant Piper, Sergeant Dopson, Sergeant Barnfield, L/Sergeant Davis,  L/Sergeant Essex, Sergeant Fisher, C/Sergeant Reeves, [3rd row L to R], Armourer S/Sergeant Knowles, Band Sergeant Flahive,  Sergeant Drummer Wheeler, Sergeant Dale, Sergeant Dale, Sergeant Hunt, Pioneer Sergeant Randell, Sergeant Green, Sergeant Slater, Sergeant Russell, L/Sergeant After, L/Sergeant Hayter. [2nd Row L to R], C/Sergeant Wells,  C/Sergeant Cook, Sergeant Master Shoe-smith Blackham, Sergeant Reynolds, Sergeant Gingell, Sergeant Master Tailor Moloney, sergeant Master Cook Bradley,  Sergeant (Orderly Room Clerk) Wheeler,  L/Sergeant McCarrgher, L/Sergeant Polden, C/Sergeant Ralph. [Front row L to R] C/Sergeant Waylen, C/Sergeant Wish, Band master Mr Eden, Captain and Adjutant C.A.Barker, Lieutenant Colonel E.H. Reay,  Sergeant Major Grant DCM,  Quartermaster Sergeant Wickins, C/Sergeant (Orderly Room Sergeant) Bance, C/Sergeant Martin, C/Sergeant Ramsey,

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Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of two old soldiers of the Regiment in 1953 [Left] Mr John Clarke [Age 97], shaking hand with Mr Billy Gingell [Age 92]. 

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