Regiment Archives: Royal Engineers
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F492 Charles Vincent Burgess, Royal Engineers, and wife, Dorothy, C. Skillman Studio, Uxbridge. Courtesy of Sandra Gittins.
A1209 Second Lieutenant Alfred Ofield of Leicester, ‘X’ Corps Signals, Royal Engineers, died 11 November, 1917, aged 22. Courtesy of Nick Ofield.
A1179 William Whittam, No. 21 Spec. Coy, Royal Engineers and King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 4th April 1917, aged 24. Courtesy of Clifford Scott.
A1172 Robert Winterbottom of Burnley, 5th Field Company, Royal Engineers, missing in action 10th March 1915, aged 25. Courtesy of Clifford Scott.
U301 George Edward Callender and pals, Royal Engineers, Section 3, 9th Depot Company, Chatham, August 1916. Courtesy of Mike Callender.
U300 George Edward Callender and pals, Royal Engineers, Section 3, 9th Depot Company, August 1916. Courtesy of Mike Callender.
G1115 Percy McGregor, Royal Engineers, and Ernest McGregor, Royal Highlanders. Courtesy of William Mearns.
F450 Herbert Edward Corrick, Railway Operating Division, Royal Engineers, and lady. Courtesy of Sandra Gittins.
G1040 81st Field Company, Royal Engineers, with sapper Christopher Watson Robinson (centre, rear row). “These are the Lads to win the War with”.Courtesy of Mark Robinson.
B852 Sapper Christopher Watson Robinson, 81st Field Company, Royal Engineers. Courtesy of Mark Robinson.
F406 John Vardy, Royal Engineers, wife, Fanny (standing behind), and family. Courtesy of John Needham.