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F462 Matthew Clarkson, Royal Field Artillery, and Kitt. Courtesy of Anthony Stothart.
F461 Frederick Clarkson, Royal Garrison Artillery, and Emily Bessie Harriet Hayward, on their wedding day, 1916. Courtesy of Anthony Stothart.
G1103 Stoker Frederick Cartwright (right) and pals, H.M.S. Tiger, and lady. Courtesy of David Marchant.
F460 Family of Peter Henry Olsen of Liverpool, Royal Garrison Artillery. Courtesy of Robert Tennant.
F459 Army Service Corps lance corporal, wife, and son, Chris, 18 March, 1919, Emberson Studios, South London.
F458 James Flanagan, Machine Gun Corps, and mother. Courtesy of Martyn Hordern.
G1093 Pte. Edward William Parckar (far right), 1/8th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, whilst billeted in France. Courtesy of Mandie Christie.
F457 Unnamed sergeant, wife and child.
F455 Unnamed sailor, H.M.S. Pembroke, and family.
F454 Unnamed pioneer, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, and lady.
F453 Unnamed soldier, Australian Imperial Force, and daughter.
F451 Recipient of the Silver War Badge, and family. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
F450 Herbert Edward Corrick, Railway Operating Division, Royal Engineers, and lady. Courtesy of Sandra Gittins.
F449 Samuel Shaw (left),4th Battalion, (Queen’s Own) Hussars, died 11th December 1917, his brother Lance Sergeant Frederick Shaw, 1st Royal Marine Battalion, Royal Naval Division, died 1st May 1917, and their family, all of Winsford. Courtesy of Cheshire Remembers.
F448 Lance Corporal Warwick Edward Cummings, Honourable Artillery Company, and his future wife, Winnie Askew. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
W309 Medical staff, First Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge.
F448 Eustache, Marjory, Vera and Kenneth Tunnicliff, Autumn 1918, F. & M. Davies Studio, Mold.
W307 Wounded soldiers and Sister.
F446 Unnamed soldier and family, Wakefields Studio, Ealing.
F445 Unnamed sailor, wife and daughter, Milo Studio, East Ham.
F444 Frank South, 2nd Batallion, Hampshire Regiment, died 7th August 1915, aged 24, and brother Charles, and sister Elsie. Courtesy of Gillian Marriott.
F443 Unnamed soldier and sisters, Van Ralty Studios, Lancashire,
F442 Royal Artillery officer and lady, J. Speight Studio, Sutton Coldfield.
F441 Unnamed soldier and bride, H.M. Veale & Son, Bristol.
F440 Unnamed sergeant and bride, Ward’s Studio, Hounslow.
F438 Unnamed soldier and lady, J.M. Jones Studio, Coleford, Bath.
F427 Unnamed soldier, Royal Army Medical Corps, and lady.
F426 Captain Mellard Settle of Settle, 5th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 23 December, 1918, a prisoner of war, with his brother, Second Lieutenant Reginald (right), 15 Sqdn, Royal Flying Corps, killed 23 July, 1916, and their sisters. Courtesy of Cheshire Remembers.
F432 Unnamed sailor, H.M.S. London, and daughter, Kidd Baker Studio, Cambridge.
B867 Archie Brown, West Yorkshire Regiment and Royal Fusiliers, Egypt, 1917. Inset, wife Betsy, and children, Anne and Maish. Courtesy of Ben Fernley.
F431 Emily Sawyer (left) with two soldiers of the Lancashire Fusiliers, and unnamed lady, Aughton, Lancashire. Courtesy of Kathryn Baird.
F430 Wedding photograph of Sergeant Major Frank Albert Rogers and Maud, with best-man Sergeant Thomas Griffin, Royal Artillery (front row). Courtesy of Ian Rogers.
W304 Nurses and wounded soldiers, with Edwin Martin Jelly, 5th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment (third from left, front row). Courtesy of Scala.
W303 Nurses and Royal Army Medical Corps officers, Third Southern General Hospital, New College, Oxford.
W300 Operating theatre, First Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge.
F430 Royal Engineers and ladies.
F429 Unnamed family group.
F428 Jonathan Spencer, 5th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment and family, taken in February 1915, Speight’s Studio, Kettering. Killed in action killed in action 4 May 1917, Arras, age 21.
W299 Wounded and nurse, 3rd Red Cross Hospital, Abbeville.
W296 Nurses and soldier, 3rd Red Cross Hospital, Abbeville.