Ajax Modal Box Content
G1091 Unnamed pals, Leeds Service Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, France.
A1064 Lieutenant Daniel Whelton of Clonakilty, Co. Cork , 8th (2nd Leinster) Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, killed at Hullock, 29April 1916. Courtesy of Pat.
F454 Unnamed pioneer, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, and lady.
A1063 Unnamed soldier, Royal Irish Fusiliers.
G1089 Machine Gun Corps.
U292 Unnamed Army Service Corps unit.
U291 Royal Artillery unit and children.
U290 Unnamed unit, Machine Gun Corps, France.
F453 Unnamed soldier, Australian Imperial Force, and daughter.
G1087 Scottish regiment pals and kitten.
G1086 Unnamed signals pals.
U290 Unnamed unit, Norfolk Regiment.
U289 Royal Irish Rifles, France.
A1061 Unnamed sergeant farrier, Royal Field Artillery. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
F450 Herbert Edward Corrick, Railway Operating Division, Royal Engineers, and lady. Courtesy of Sandra Gittins.
B886 Unnamed soldier.
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.
G1084 Royal Artillery officers, named group.
G1083 8th (Nottinghamshire) Battalion, Sherwood Foresters. Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
B886 Unnamed soldier, the King’s (Liverpool Regiment), France.
G1069 Horse sick lines and Army Veterinary Corps soldier, photo taken by Captain Bruce.
B885 Unnamed soldier with farrier badge.
B884 Unnamed soldier.
B883 Unnamed soldier, York & Lancaster Regiment.
B882 Unnamed Royal Engineer.
W309 Medical staff, First Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge.
A1060 Unnamed soldier.
B879 E.S. Williams, Argyll and Sutherland Light Highlanders.
G1065 Yorkshire Regiment and others, France.
F447 Tom Baker, 6th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment, and 796th Area Employment Coy., died of bronchitis, 11 August,1918, and son Ernest. Courtesy of Stephen Doughty.
B878 William Maskery of Coppenhall, Crewe, 7th Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, died 23 March, 1918. Courtesy of Cheshire Remembers.
A1059 Alfred John Doughty, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (1893-1959). Courtesy of Stephen Doughty.
G1067 Royal Garrison Artillery.
A1058 Unnamed soldier.
W308 Wounded soldiers preparing for an ‘operation’.
W307 Wounded soldiers and Sister.
W306 Wounded pals, Royal Artillery.
G1066 Unnamed soldiers on a ship.
G1063 Unnamed army group in camp.