Ajax Modal Box Content
F411 Mr. and Mrs. Kelly and Doris of Knotty Ash, Liverpool, March 1919.
F410 Unnamed soldier, wife and children, Brown and Co., Royal Studio, Weston-Super-Mare.
F409 Royal Engineer, wife and children.
F407 Unnamed officer and bride.
F406 John Vardy, Royal Engineers, wife, Fanny (standing behind), and family. Courtesy of John Needham.
F407 Unknown soldier, wife and son.
F405 Unnamed seaman, H.M.S. Royal Oak, soldier, Cameronians, and gentleman, Morrison’s Studio, Edinburgh.
F404 Unnamed corporal, wife and daughters.
F403 Soldier and family at home.
F402 Unnamed sergeant, wife and son, Maxwell Ford studio, Clacton-on-Sea.
F402 Unnamed soldier, mother and sister.
F400 Royal Field Artillery soldier and lady.
F399 Royal Army Medical Corps sergeant, wife and daughter.
F398 Royal Artillery sergeant and lady, Edward Sweetland Studio, High Wycombe. Courtesy of Jackie Hobbs.
F397 Patriotic school children.
F396 Unnamed seaman and lady.
F395 Unnamed sergeant, and lady.
F394 John William Lewis, R.N., Chief Stoker aboard H.M.S. Strongbow when the ship was destroyed by two German cruisers on 17th October 1917. Remembered at the Chatham Naval Memorial. Courtesy of Poppy Tonbridge.
F393 Joseph Shepherd, King’s Liverpool Regiment & Labour Corps. Courtesy of Kate Shepherd.
F392 William Fyfe, Army Service Corps and Black Watch, and family. Courtesy of David Coffey.
F391 Unnamed soldier and lady. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
F390 George Wallis of Lymington, 20th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, died 30 October 1918, and family. Courtesy of Trevor Phillips.
F389 Unnamed soldier and family, Ward Studio. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
F388 Harry, East Lancashire Regiment, and Nellie.
F387 Frank Short, 5th Battalion, Devonshire Regiment (seated left), Patrick Short, Machine Gun Corps and South Lancashire Regiment, and brothers, Michael and Tommy, of Dublin. Courtesy of David Coffey.
F386 Emily Cameron and sons. Courtesy of Deborah Cameron.
F385 Edmund Jacobs, Army Service Corps (Military Transport Division), and Marion. Courtesy of Paz565.
F385 Royal Engineer and family. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
F382 Royal Engineer and lady.
F381 Harry Bricknell, Machine Guns Corps, and wife. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
G953 Edward Kirk (right) and brother, Royal Engineers, France. Courtesy of Jo Murphy.
F380 Brother and sister, Philip and Phyllis, Bayleys Studios.
F379 Unnamed soldier, Royal Artillery, and pals, J. Banks Studio, Ambleside.
F378 Royal Engineer and wife. Courtesy of Nick Budd.
F374 The Wilks Family, H Coy (Campden), 5th Gloucestershire Regiment. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
F372 Unnamed family group, Yorkshire Light Infantry, Rotherham. Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
F375 Unnamed soldier and brothers.
F374 Unnamed seaman and wife, Portsmouth.
F372 Thomas Kilby Keeley of Campden, 2nd 4th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 19 August 1917 (seated front with wife, Agnes). Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
F371 Unnamed wounded soldier and family.