F429 Unnamed family group.
B860 Unnamed lady in Royal Navy uniform.
B859 Unnamed soldier.
B858 Unnamed soldier, Canadian Expeditionary Force.
B857 Unnamed soldier.
A1036 Unnamed soldier.
A1035 Unnamed soldier.
A1034 Unnamed Royal Engineer.
A1033 Unnamed soldier.
A1032 Unnamed Royal Engineer.
U277 Royal Naval Gunnery School, Shottery, H.R. Tunn Studio, Ipswich.
G1041 Crew of R.M.S., later H.M.S Ophir.
F428 Unnamed soldier and family, February 1915.
A1031 Unnamed soldier.
G1041 5th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, with Arthur Carby (far left). Courtesy of Elaine Grey.
B856 Arthur Carby, 5th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, France, 1918. Courtesy of Elaine Grey.
B855 George Riley of Daresbury, 16th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 15 November 1917. Courtesy of Cheshire Remembers.
A1031 Unnamed sailor, Howe Studio, Chatham.
U276 5th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters. Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
B854 Unnamed soldier, Hawke Battalion, 63rd (Royal Naval) Division. Courtesy of Tim Cornish.
A1030 Unnamed soldier, G.E. Carroll & Son Studio, Enfield.
G1040 81st Field Company, Royal Engineers, with sapper Christopher Watson Robinson (centre, rear row). “These are the Lads to win the War with”.Courtesy of Mark Robinson.
B852 Sapper Christopher Watson Robinson, 81st Field Company, Royal Engineers. Courtesy of Mark Robinson.
B852 Unnamed soldier, H.M.S. Hilderbrand, Piper’s Studios, Stonehouse, Plymouth
B851 Unnamed sailor,17 November 1917, Charles Howell Studio, Chatham and Blackpool.
G1039 Unnamed pals.
G1038 48th Division. Courtesy of Martin Rush.
G1037 Sailor mates, H.M.S. Hecla.
F426 Unnamed sailor, H.M.S. London, and daughter. Kidd & Baker Studio, Cambridge.
A1030 Sergeant Lewis Leonard Grant, 14th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, killed 30 August 1915. Courtesy of Carolynn Hoy.
B850, Flo, Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, October 1918. Emberson Studios, Wimbledon.
G1036 Major Walter Frederick Morris and pals, Norfolk Regiment. Courtesy of Barbara Carter.
A1029 Lance Corporal John William Rush, 1st Battalion, Berkshire Regiment, died 27 July 1917. Courtesy of Martin Rush.
B849 Walpole, of Geddington, bell-ringer, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, died 11 November 1918, aged 19. Courtesy of Big Ideas.
G1034 Mixed units, with Stanley Ralph Crown, The Queens (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, and the 8th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, killed in action, 23 August, 1918. Courtesy of Barbara de Wet.
F426 The grave of Herbert Saunders, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action, 8 September 1918, and his son, Herbert. Courtesy of Louise Bruzon.
G1034 Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, with W.H. Gammon. Courtesy of David Colyer.
G1033 Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, with W.H. Gammon. Courtesy of David Colyer.
G1032 W.H. Gammon and pals, Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Courtesy of David Colyer.
G1031 W.H. Gammon and pals, Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Courtesy of David Colyer.