B832 Driver/Gunner Tom Laking, Royal Horse/Field Artillery, 1915. Courtesy of Tony Laking.
G1005 Royal Artillery group, with Tom Laking (standing second right). Courtesy of Tony Laking.
U267 12th/13th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, with Ralph Marshall. Courtesy of Lewsey Oyeleye.
A1012 Ralph Marshall 1st Garrison Battalion, and 11th 12th and 13th Battalions, Northumberland Fusiliers. Courtesy of Lewsey Oyeleye.
B831 Staff Sergeant Charles Young Chiddy, Royal Artillery and Royal Garrison Artillery. Courtesy of Paul Hansford.
B830 Cecil Wixon Chiddy, C Squadron, Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians), died 24 May 1915. Courtesy of Paul Hansford.
A1011 Sergeant William Edward Chiddy, Army Veterinary Corps. Courtesy of Paul Hansford.
G1004 Unnamed soldiers, Rifle Brigade, and WAACS, Trevethen Camp, Falmouth, by Jenkins of Cinderford. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
A1011 Lieutenant Brown, Royal Irish Fusiliers.
A1010 Mark Whatcott, Duke of Cumberland Light Infantry. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
A1009 Unknown soldier, Cambridgeshire Regiment.
A1008 Frank Herbert Stacey,123rd Pioneer Battalion and 29th Battalion CEF. Courtesy of Chris Hussey.
A1007 William James Cooper, bell-ringer of Walthamstow, 12th (County of London) Battalion, (The Rangers), died 22 August 1918, aged 22. Courtesy of Big Ideas.
A1006 Tom Stott, Royal Army Medical Corps.
A1005 Gunner Edward Stenson, Royal Garrison Artillery.
F419 Gunner Edward Stenson, Royal Garrison Artillery, and wife Maud.Courtesy of Tony Laking.
G1004 Unnamed pals, Rifle Brigade. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
F422 Wedding of unnamed soldier, Rifle Brigade. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
F421 Unnamed soldier, Rifle Brigade, and wife. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
F420 Unnamed soldier, Canadian Black Watch, and lady. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
F419 John Allen, bell ringer at Brampton, 7th Battalion, The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment), died 20 September 1918, with Elsie, John and Alfred. Courtesy of Big Ideas.
G1003 7th Battalion, Royal West Surrey Regiment. Courtesy of Martin Rush
G1002 Arthur Fox and pals, No. 5 Platoon, B Company, 18th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment (2nd Bradford Pals) (1st left, second row), Ripon, 1915. Courtesy of Tony Laking.
G1001 Arthur Fox and pals, No. 5 Platoon, B Company, 18th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment (2nd Bradford Pals) (second from right holding towel), Bowling Park, Bradford, 1915. Courtesy of Tony Laking.
G1000 Unnamed pals, France.
G999 Unnamed corporal and pals, A. Rapp Studio, Winchester.
A1004 Ernie, Royal Navy.
F418 Young boy with R.A.F. cap.
F417 Unnamed soldier, wife and twins, W.H. Mann Studio, Ealing.
A1003 Lance Sergeant Robert Jardine, 2nd Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders, killed 4th May 1915. Courtesy of Steve Bramley.
G998 Tom Parry and pal, Royal West Kent Regiment.
G997 Unnamed Salonika pals. Courtesy of Rumster.
B829 David Parry, Royal Engineers.
G996 David Parry and pals, Royal Engineers.
G995 ‘The Three Bloodhounds, Concert Party’, Army Service Corps, Salonika, 23 January 1918.
F416 Unnamed soldier and gentleman. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
F415 Unnamed soldier, Royal Artillery, and family.
G994 Charles William Dakin (left) and Albert Dudley, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
B828 Albert Dudley, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
U266 Unnamed naval group.