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G1139 Unnamed couple at home. Courtesy of Maureen Kay.
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.
G1134 Stable soldiers, Suffolk Regiment, dog and cat.
G1133 Father and sons, 8th (City of London) Battalion (Post Office Rifles), and friend.
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.
G1131 Royal Artillery pals. Courtesy of Margaret Smith.
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 Royal Naval Reserve London
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.
G1126 Army Service Corps group, with Samuel Deans (seated left). Courtesy of Goirgio Totorella.
G1124 London Scottish soldier and Royal Flying Corps pal.
G1123 2nd Lieutenant Frederick William Wright, Royal Naval Air Service and R.A.F, and pals. Courtesy of his son, James Wright.
G1122 Unnamed sergeant and pal, Alexander Greenberg Studio, Crouch Hill
G1121 Unnamed Army Service Corps pals.
G1120 Unnamed pals, 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters)
G1119 Dorset village group, Royal Artillery, Dorset Regiment, children and dog.
G1118 Joseph Dockray and Henry Booth of Leeds, D Company, 8th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, posted 6 April 1915. Courtesy of Jonathan Richardson.
G1117 2/5th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, with Fred Barber (standing second right), 1916. Courtesy of Anne Lomas.
G1116 Fred Barber, Edley Hewit and Bill Passey, 2/5th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Courtesy of Anne Lomas.
G1115 2/5th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, with Fred Barber (second left, second row down), 21 November 1916. Courtesy of Anne Lomas.
G1114 Signals Unit, 2/5 Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, 1916: J. Rodican, R. Banks, Fred Barber, H. Bradstock, E. Hewitt, R. Bates, J. Garnett, E. Heaton, H. Johnston, J.Lowe, W. Lawrence, H. Phillips Studio, Farnborough, August 1916. Courtesy of Anne Lomas.
G1113 Signals Unit, 2/5 Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, with Fred Barber (front row, kneeling far right), 15 April 1916. Courtesy of Anne Lomas.
G1122 Royal Engineers NCOs, studio, Goodman’s Studio, Margate. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
B967 Unnamed sergeant and drummer, Sherwood Foresters. Courtesy of Kevin Miller.
G1121 Francis Thomas Monk (centre) and pals, 9th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, France. Courtesy of Kevin Miller.
G1119 B Coy sergeants,1/5th Battalion, Welsh Regiment, with Sergeant Major Charles Jones (centre front), died 21 August 1915. Courtesy of David Jones.
G1118 Royal Navy stokers with Arthur Hillyear, H.M.S. Furious, Rosyth. Courtesy of John Hulse.
G1117 Royal Garrison Artillery, with Gunner Alfred Lambert (centre rear, with pipe). Courtesy of Norman Bowstead.
G1116 Frank Elliott, with 130th Company, Royal Engineers. Courtesy of Jean Taylor.
G1114 Unnamed unit, Royal Engineers. Courtesy of William Mearns.
G1113 Henry R. Witherspoon and James P. Witherspoon, Royal Scots. Courtesy of William Mearns.
G1112 Royal Garrison Artillery group. Courtesy of William Mearns.
G1111 Alex C. Wallace, Royal Flying Corps (standing), and Andrew T. Sutherland. Courtesy of William Mearns.
G1110 Alex and John Gilroy, Royal Army Medical Corps. Courtesy of William Mearns.
G1109 Named officer cadet battalion group, 29 August 1917, with casualties: F.H. Scott, George Fairburn Senior, Herbert Charles Valentine Sharps, Albert Edward Smith and Matthew Arnold Thompson.