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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white portrait photo of Colour Sergeant F J Titcombe at Bareilly, India, around 1923; he died 22 February 1963
Person(s): Titcombe, Colour F J, Sergeant;
1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A framed colour photograph of the Corps of Drums at Hounslow in 2003.
Person(s): RGBWLI ,1st Bn; Damudasma,, Drummer; Marshall,, Drummer; Baleistruva,, Drummer; Richards,, Drummer; Griffiths,, Drummer; Leach,, Drummer; Turner,, Drummer; Whittal,, Drummer; Derenslagi,, Drummer; Norman,, Drummer; Raratabu,, Drummer; Wheatley,, Drummer; Toroinaulivou,, Drummer; Cullen,, Drummer; Gallagher,, Drummer; Paget,, Drummer; Harvey,, Drummer; Howard,, Drummer; Nacagilevu,, Drummer; Maunders,, Sergeant; Whitehead,, Drummer; Kent,, Drummer; Titcombe,, Drummer; Sudron,, Drummer; Grundy,, Drummer; McCarthy,, Drummer; Langshaw,, L/Corporal; Green, Corporal; Farrow,, Sergeant; Rich,, Colour Sergeant; Watkins,, WO1; Hodges,, Lieutenant; Welch,, Lieutenant Colonel; Grist,, Captain; Treacy,, Colour Sergeant; Higgins,, Sergeant; Wright,, Corporal; Heaver,, L/Corporal; Turnbull,, Drummer;
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - One of 53 photos catalogued from the over 100 contained in a photographic album/journal from the period 1942-1946 compiled by Private S J Day; this black and white photo shows a number of members of the Motor Transport (MT) section of which Private, as he then was, Sidney J Day was a member, soon after they first reached India in 1942 and were stationed at Ahmednagar - in this photo are (left to right back row) Charlie Willcox, E Perrin, S (Nazi) Lines, Bill Hymen, W Cocus, 'Mut' Harris, V Vicar and (front row left to right) 'Bung' House, Fred Hairsine, 'Polly' Moore, Sam Harman, J Hardy, 'Lari' Woods, and, in the shade, Jacko Jackson and Wally Titcombe
Person(s): Day, S J, Private; Willcox, C, Private; Hardy, J, Private; Perrin, E, Private; Lines, S, Private; Hairsine, F, Private; Cocus, W, Private; Harris,, Private; Vicar, V, Private; Hymen, H, Private; House,, Private; Jackson,, Private; Titcombe, W, Private; Harman, S, Private; Woods, L, L/Corporal;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white newspaper photograph (Copyright) of Private Bob John (left) and Drummer Bruce Titcombe with ?Hoofer?, a stray mongrel that they befriended during the fireman?s strike in Glasgow i9n 1977.
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of ?A? Company in Ireland believed to have been taken about 1909. This image is named but the exact location of each soldier is not clear, although the names commence in the rear row and go from left to right: L/Corporal Loynes, Privates Wells, Smith, White. Foote, L/Corporal Woodbridge, Privates Rose, Sumner, Titcombe, L/Corporal Hamilton, Private Talbot, L/Corporal Blissett, L/Corporal Carter, Privates Pither, Price, Mulcock, Harris, Woodley, Taylor, Exell, Dines, Wall, L/Corporal Jones, Privates Stamp, Shephard, Bowers, Talbot, Fisher, Webb, Messenger, Thomas, Meddings, Taylor, Corporal Wells, L/Corporal Bennett, Privates Chapman Litchfield, , Way, Grubb, Austin, Stevens, Knibbs, Riddle, Howard, Johnson, Adamson, L/Corporal Carpenter, Privates Lovegrove, Slatter, L/Corporal Wakefield, Privates Tagg, Huntley, L/Corporal Weaver, Sergeant Connolly, Colour Sergeant Godfrey, Bandmaster Mr Barwood, Captain Gossett, Lieutenant Hopkins, Quarter Master Sergeant Boshell, Sergeant Cornish, Corporal Hatton, Corporal Way, Private Cobbett, Private Saxton, Boy Connolly, Private Giles and Private Butler
Person(s): Loynes, , L/Corporal; Wells, , Private; Smith, , Private; White, , Private; Foote, , Private; Woolbridge, , L/Corporal; Rose, , Private; Sumner, , Private; Titcombe, , Private; Hamilton, , L/Corporal; Talbot, , Private; Blissitt, , L/Corporal; Carter, , L/Corporal; Pither, , Private; Price, , Private; Mulcock, , Private; Harris, , Private; Woodley, , Private; Taylor, , Private; Exell, , Private; Dines, , Private; Wall, , Private; Jones, , L/Corporal; Stamp, , Private; Shephard, , Private; Bowers, , Private; Fisher, , Private; Webb, , Private; Messenger, , Private; Thomas, , Private; Meddings, , Private; Bennett, , L/Corporal; Chapman, , Private; Litchfield, , Private; Way, , Private; Grubb, , Private; Austin, , Private; Stevens, , Private; Knibbs, , Private; Riddle, , Private; Howard, , Private; Johnson, , Private; Adamson, , Private; Carpenter, , L/Corporal; Lovegrove, , Private; Slatter, , Private; Wakefield, , L/Corporal; Tagg, , Private; Huntley, , Private; Weaver, , L/Corporal; Connolley, , Sergeant; Godfrey, , Colour Sergeant; Barwood, , Bandmaster; Gossett, , Captain; Hopkins, , Lieutenant; Boshell, , Quartermaster Sergeant; Cornish, , Sergeant; Hatton, , Corporal; Way, , Corporal; Cobbett, , Private; Saxton, , Private; Connolly, , Boy; Giles, , Private; Butler, , Private;
2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of ?F? Company, the winners of the Inter-company football league, hockey shield and shooting shield, in India in 1910. In the top row left to right are Private Titcombe, Drummer White, Sergeant Gash, L/Corporal Gibson, Private Wiggins and Private Maybury. In the 2nd row left to right are Private Jones, L/Corporal Taylor, L/Corporal Price, L/Corporal Hodges, Sergeant Warner, L/Corporal Iisley, Private Bevan, Private Randall, L/Corporal Brand and Private Donovan. Seated left to right are 2nd Lieutenant A.H. Mankelow, Private Inman, Private Vicarage, Private E. Dipper, Private Parker, L/Corporal Overton and Captain W.B. Thornton. In the bottom row from left to right are Privates Grove, Carter, Fishbourne and Simmons. [Sergeant Warner was the winner of the Harvey Cup and Private Maybury the winner of the Battalion shooting cup]
Person(s): Titcombe, , Private; White, , Drummer; Gash, , Sergeant; Gibson, , L/Corporal; Wiggins, , Private; Maybury, , Private; Jones, , Private; Taylor, , L/Corporal; Price, , L/Corporal; Hodges, , L/Corporal; Warner, , Sergeant; Iisley, , L/Corporal; Bevan, , Private; Randell, , Private; Brand, , L/Corporal; Donovan, , Private; Mankelow, A H , 2nd Lieutenant; Inman, , Private; Vicarage, , Private; Dipper, E, Private; Parker, , Private; Overton, ,L/Corporal; Thornton, W B, Captain; Grove, , Private; Carter, , Private; Fishbourne, , Private; Simmons, , Private;
5th Berkshire (Wantage) Bn, Home Guard - A black and white digital group image of the Headquarters group after the Battalion Training Cup Competition in April 1943. It shows, standing from left to right, WO 1 (Regimental Sergeant Major) Titcombe, Sergeant (later Captain) E.W. Stevenson, Sergeant F. Harris, Sergeant (later Lieutenant) A.E. Morgan, WO 2 E.H. Card, WO 1 Welch (PSI R. Berks Regt), Sergeant (later Lieutenant) G.E. Hallett, WO2 Woodbridge (PSI R. Berks Regt) and RQMS Holbrooke. Sitting, from left to right, are Colonel G. Walton OBE, (Group Commander), Colonel E.W. Stevenson DSO, MC, (Sub-Area Commander), Lieutenant Colonel P.W.K. Carr MC (Commanding Officer), Wing Commander R.F. Garnons-Willians AFC (Commanding RAF Shellingford), Major J.C.K. Cross, Major G.H. Briggs (Brigade Major Berks & Oxon Sub Areas) and Captain H.A. Glaysher.
Person(s): Titcombe, , WO1; Stevenson, E W, Sergeant; Harris, F, Sergeant; Morgan, A E, Sergeant; Card, E H, WO2; Welch, , WO1; Hallett, G E, Sergeant; Woodbridge, , WO2; Holbrooke, , CQMS; Walton, G, Colonel; Stevenson, E W, Colonel; Carr, P W K, Lieutenant Colonel; Garnons-Willans, R F, Wing Commander; Cross, J C K, Major; Briggs, G H , Major; Glaysher, H A, Captain;
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private Bob John, on the left, and Drummer Bruce Titcombe with ?Hoofer?, a stray mongrel that they befriended during the firemen?s strike in Glasgow in 1977.
2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the 'D' Company cross-country team at Pembroke Dock who were the winners of the Inter-Company Cross-Country Challenge Cup in 1908. Photographer; Allen S.J. Pembroke -
Person(s): Wright,, Private; Parker,, Private; Crockett,, L/Corporal; Dopson,, Sergeant; Robins,, Private; Collett,, Private; Jeanes,, Sergeant; Stoddart,, Captain; Wallis,, Lieutenant; Waylen, Colour, Sergeant; Titcombe,, Private; Cassey,, L/Corporal; Street, Corporal;