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G1152 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, with Maurice Allan Weaver Hawkins (front), c.1919. Courtesy of Maurice’s son, Paul Hawkins.
G1159 Harold Frederick Weaver Hawkins, Queen’s Westminster Rifles (seated left), with David Jones, Royal Welsh Fusiliers (standing left) and Frank Charles Medworth, East Surrey Regiment (standing right), 1914. Courtesy of Harold’s nephew, Paul Hawkins.
G1158 Harold Frederick Weaver Hawkins, (seated), with Ptes Oldham and Mabbit, Queen’s Westminster Rifles, France. Courtesy of Harold’s nephew, Paul Hawkins.
G1157 ‘Z’ Company, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, with Maurice Allan Weaver Hawkins (seated left), c.1921. Courtesy of his son, Paul Hawkins.
G1156 60th (London) Division, Silver Leys Camp, Bishop’s Stortford, with Leonard Lewis Weaver Hawkins, 18th Battalion, London Irish Rifles (main group, standing centre). Courtesy of his nephew, Paul Lewis.
G1155 398th Battery, Royal Field Artillery group, with Bombardier Arthur Lewis of Caerphilly (seated, second from right), Scotland, April 1918. Courtesy of his granddaughter, Karen Golden.
G1154 Sergeant Thomas J. Trevers (seated, centre), Suffolk Regiment, Salonika. Courtesy of his Granddaughter, Heather Kennedy.
G1153 Fred Chester of West Derby (seated centre), with men of the 3/7 Battalion, King’s (Liverpool) Regiment. Courtesy of Robert Waight.
G1152 N.C.O.s, 2/4 Battlion, Norfolk Regiment, with Harold P. Talbot of Norwich (centre row, fourth from right). Courtesy of Jon Talbot.
G1151 Albert Walter Payne of Pembroke Dock, 2nd Battalion, Welsh Regiment, died 17th Sept 1916 aged 22, and unnamed Royal Artillery soldier. Courtesy of Stephen French.
G1150 Signalling Section, 1/7 Battalion, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), with James Baskerville ( bottom row, second from the right), Hood Photographers, Grangemouth, November 1914.. Courtesy of Janice Marks.
G1149 ‘A’ Battery, 295 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, Stapleton Studio, Scarborough. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
G1147 Mixed Regiments group, c. 1918, including Royal West Surrrey, Royal Sussex, Royal Artillery and Yorkshire Regiment. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
G1146 Officers and sergeants, ‘A’ Coy, 7th Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, 1915, with Lt. James Scott of Langholm (seated far right), killed at Loos, 25 September 1915, aged 19. Courtesy of John Crawford.
G1145 Royal Artillery officers, Larkhill Camp, Wiltshire. Sent by 2nd Lieutenant T.C. Maine to Miss F. Blacker of Lewes. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
G1144 Unnamed platoon, 2nd Battalion, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), with Herbert Henry Young of Broadstairs, c.1919. Courtesy of Ray and Gordon Young.
F495 Flying Officer George Robert Stafford, Royal Flying Corps, and parents Minnie Stafford, Red Cross, and William Stafford, Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), Cork, 1917. Courtesy of Fay Kirton.
F494 Leonard Wood, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), and Machine Gun Corps, and family. Courtesy of Philip Wood.
G1142 Three brothers, Royal Marine Light Infantry (left), Gordon Highlanders (centre) and civilian (right), c. 1920. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
G1141 Arthur Personage of Ardwick, 20th Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 30 April 1917. Courtesy of Stuart Parsonage.
G1140 155 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery group, with Charles Abram Butler, killed in action 1 October 1918, aged 19 (seated right). Courtesy of Christopher Willetts.
G1137 Officers’ Mess cooks, Sherwood Foresters, with Job Ofield (seated front right). Courtesy of Nick Ofield.
G1136 155th East Cheshire Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, with Fred Dewhurst (standing, left): Left to right – Standing – F. Dewhurst, G. Gillin, J. Sidebotham, C. Williams. Seated – H. Fox, J. Shaw, J. Heap, J. Swindells, J. Robinson, F. Brown (Mascot ‘Bruce’). Courtesy of Martin Dewhurst.
G1135 2/7 Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, Murmansk, Winter 1918/19, with Ernest Allwood (seated right). Courtesy of Clifford Hughes.
G1132 William James Honey and pal, Bennett, killed in action, 28th (County of London) Battalion (Artists Rifles), 1917. Courtesy of Chris Davidson.
G1131 1/14 Battalion, London Regiment (London Scottish), with Lieutenant Lawrence Buckley Burtt M.C., twice mentioned in dispatches, (officer seated left), 1917 or 1918. Courtesy of Tony Burtt.
G1130 the Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment) group, with Albert E. Hills (far right), Germany. Courtesy of Philip Johnson.
G1129 Corporal George Robert Wilson of Burton-on-Trent, 12th Battalion, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment), killed in action at Langmarck 16 August 1917, and pals. Courtesy of Paul Hawkins.
G1128 Adolphus Wilson 947, Durham light Infantry, and Royal Army Medical Corps pal. Courtesy of Keeley Hellyer.
G1127 Durham Light Infantry group, with Adolphus Wilson 947 (seated, centre), Cocken Hall, 30 November, 1914. Courtesy of Keeley Hellyer.