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F446 Unnamed soldier and family, Wakefields Studio, Ealing.
F444 Frank South, 2nd Batallion, Hampshire Regiment, died 7th August 1915, aged 24, and brother Charles, and sister Elsie. Courtesy of Gillian Marriott.
B875 E.G. Williams, Argyll and Sutherland Light Highlanders.
F443 Unnamed soldier and sisters, Van Ralty Studios, Lancashire,
W305 Denis Pratt 20414 of South Walsham, Norfolk Regiment, Albert Edge Studio, Wilmslow.
F442 Royal Artillery officer and lady, J. Speight Studio, Sutton Coldfield.
B875 Unnamed Royal Engineer and horse.
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.
G1056 Seaforth Highlanders, Amiens.
U283 Unnamed sergeants group, Northumberland Fusiliers, D. Scott Studio, Scarborough.
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.
A1056 Lance Corporal Hinchcliffe, 23rd Battalion, London Regiment.
B873 Second Lieutenant William Wheelton of Adlington, 1st Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, killed 29 March, 1918, aged 24. Courtesy of Cheshire Remembers.
B872 Ernest Newbold, 2nd Battalion, died Friday, March 22, 1918, aged 19. Courtesy of Richard Clemerson.
A1056 William Ernest Lighton of Crewe, 7th Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, died 22 April 1918. Courtesy of Cheshire Remembers.
B871 George Malpas of Cheadle Hume, 15th Trench Mortar Battery, Royal Field Artillery, died 25 March, 1917. Courtesy of Cheshire Remembers.
B870 Herbert Charles Faulkener, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment). Courtesy of Angela Collinson.
A1054 Harold William Dymond, 7th Battalion, Queens Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), died 13 July 1916. Courtesy of Frank La Touche.
A1053 Harold William Dymond, 7th Battalion, Queens Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), died 13 July 1916. Courtesy of Frank La Touche.
U280 8th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, with George Henry John La Touche. Courtesy of Frank La Touche.
A1052 Major James Logie Harcus, 20th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, died 11 December, 1915, Gallipoli. Courtesy of Colin Parsons.
A1051 Corporal James Greenhough, 9th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 23 March 1918, aged 20. Courtesy of Cheshire Remembers.
B868 William Harold Keylock, Essex Regiment, Cornall Studio, Harrogate. Courtesy of Frank La Touche.
A1050 William Harold Keylock, 326th Labour Company, Labour Corps, 1917. Courtesy of Frank La Touche.
B867 Archie Brown, West Yorkshire Regiment and Royal Fusiliers, Egypt, 1917. Inset, wife Betsy, and children, Anne and Maish. Courtesy of Ben Fernley.
B866 Archie Brown, West Yorkshire Regiment and Royal Fusiliers, Egypt, 1917. Courtesy of Ben Fearnley.
B865 Sergeant Edward Hardcastle, Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding) Regiment, Halifax, c. 1918. Courtesy of Nicky Hindmarsh.
F431 Emily Sawyer (left) with two soldiers of the Lancashire Fusiliers, and unnamed lady, Aughton, Lancashire. Courtesy of Kathryn Baird.
A1049 Joe, 21 November 1916.
A1048 Unnamed soldier, Royal Field Artillery, U.S.A. Studios.
G1055 Company Sergeant Major George Harris Strettell Daine (left) and pals, Canadian Expeditionary Force. Courtesy of Jeremy Blake
A1046 James Hart of Chapel, Sherwood Foresters. Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
A1045 Colour Sergeant Frederick Bull of Ashbourne, 6th Reserve Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, died 23 November 1914. Courtesy of Michael Briggs.
G1054 1st Battalion, Berkshire Regiment. Courtesy of Martin Rush.
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.
G1054 Royal Army Medical Corps group, with Sergeant Major Frank Albert Rogers, Hillsborough. Courtesy of Ian Rogers.
G1052 Royal Army Medical Corps group, with Sergeant Major Frank Albert Rogers, Hillsborough. Courtesy of Ian Rogers.