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NorthumberlandFusiliers WW1 DLI amp Northumberland Fusiliers


G064 Northumberland Fusiliers, clerical staff and orderlies, A Coy, 14th Battalion

Officers & SNCO'S

18th (Service) Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers County Hotel Rothbury 1915

Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 3rd Bn 1908

The Durham Light Infantry (DLI) was formed in July 1881. The 1st Battalion was formerly the 68th (Durham Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot, ...

Northumberland Fusiliers at Alnwick training camp

4th Northumberland Fusiliers, Annual Camp - Richmond - 1910

Troops of the 1/5th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers cheering after the attack on Le Sars. Near Albert, 7 October 1916.

Here's an edited list of 670 Royal Munster Fusiliers whose names were included on lists of men who became prisoners of war on or before 25th December 1914.

DLI soldiers in uniform - Reproduced by permission of Durham County Record Office and the Trustees

Band, 1st/9th Battalion DLI, France, 1916 (detail). DCRO: D/DLI 2/9/290

Troops of the Northumberland Fusiliers, 3rd Division, wearing German helmets and gas masks captured at St. Eloi, 27th March 1916.

Some of 'C' Company, 1st/8th Battalion DLI, Gateshead, 1914-15 (detail). DCRO: D/DLI 2/8/60(33)

1st Lancashire Fusiliers at Cape Helles, Gallipoli

Machine gunners, 10th Battalion DLI, Aldershot, May 1915 (detail). DCRO: D/ DLI 2/10/12


Troops of the Northumberland Fusiliers, 3rd Division,

The Royal Sussex Regiment - service battalions

Digging out wounded from 13 DLI's Regimental Aid Post after it had been hit by a German shell during the Battle of Menin Road, 20 September 1917.

Soldiers of 'A' Company, 2nd Battalion DLI, in a trench near Armentieres, France, 1914-1915 (detail). DCRO: D/DLI 2/2/379

This post will look at numbering in the two regular battalions of The Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Service records for all of the sample numbers and dates below ...

Royal Northumberland Fusiliers

1st Northumberland Fusiliers erecting barricades in the streets of Mons 1914

This post will look at numbering in the 5th (Flintshire) Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers between the battalion's formation in April 1908 and January 1915.

4th Royal Scots Fusiliers

12th Btn. Northumberland Fusiliers

It was here that he met a nurse called May Wale, whom he later married. In the family group photo with his wife, parents and brother-in-law, he is wearing ...

This post will look at army service numbers issued to men joining the regular battalions (1st and 2nd Battalions) of the Prince of Wales's Own (West ...

Liverpool Pals

Second Lieutenant Austen Wallis, 12th Battalion DLI, c.1915 (detail). DCRO: 7/989/29

Northumberland Fusiliers - Regular battalions

Colorized photo of a soldier and Sammy the mascot. Find this Pin and more on WW1, D.L.I & Northumberland Fusiliers ...

Northumberland Fusiliers - PoW Other Ranks 1914

Your World War One Heroes: Have a look at our third gallery of memories and mementoes of WW1 - Chronicle Live

George Bell Gilhespy, of Sunniside, born 1891, died 1918, aged 27.

Ww1 soldier #northumberland fusiliers chesham #photo 21st #division , View more on the

Soldier East Kent Regiment

Private William Pinder, 1st/5th Battalion DLI, 1914-15 (detail). DCRO: D/DLI 7/805/36

VIEW GALLERY William Alfred Burton, of Gateshead, born 1886, died 06/09/1915

Royal Scots Fusiliers - other rank PoWs 1914

Royal Fusiliers - Other Rank PoWs 1914

... sequences and so here are a few regimental numbers with corresponding joining dates for men of the 1st Northumberland Brigade, Royal Field Artillery.

VIEW GALLERY This is my father Jack Bowman who served with the Tyneside Irish for much of the

Abner Sanders, of Belper, died 1914, aged 29 Tim Sanders of Nottingham,

Jenny Cowling

Images of DLI soldiers from the Battle of the Somme

Army Service Numbers 1881-1918: 10th (County of London) Bn, The London Regiment (Hackney)

Bert Elliott

As I have noted elsewhere, in December 1906, Army Order 289 changed the numbering for cavalry of the line. Prior to this, all cavalry regiments had numbered ...

Born 18th July 1894, Bill Dickinson was in the Royal Horse Artillery during WW1 and certainly served in France in 1918, and maybe before.

Army Service Numbers 1881-1918: Manchester Regiment - Service Battalion numbers to 1916

Alex McMullen with a group at Stalag XXb

... Walter Winkworth of the I/5th Battalion The Northumberland Fusiliers (T.F.), died 26 August 1915, the 31st member of the IEE to die in World War 1.

Durham Light Infantry in the Second World War 1939-1945 - The Wartime Memories Project -

Norman Cunningham, of Hexham Northumberland was born in 1892 and died in 1964, aged

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Army Service Numbers 1881-1918: Royal West Kent Regiment - 1st & 2nd Battalions

Private Tommy Goodwill, Northumberland Fusiliers; KIA 1 July 1916 – A home-grown footballer on the left-wing for United as the Great War began, he signed-up ...

German WWI Soldiers with Little Dog Chicken Rabbit Goose 1917

Lancashire Fusiliers - PoW Other Ranks 1914

1914/15 Trio's to 2 Brothers both Northumberland Fusiliers one KIA the other D.O.W within 3 months of each other. (1) 12040 Cpl A Hall 8th Btn ...

William Burton sent this picture of his grandad, 16532 Private William Alfred Burton of the

The Inns of Court Regiment

DLI cross at the Butte de Warlencourt

John Jones, of Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne, born 1899, died 26 October

Willian Godfrey (standing) with George Thomas, both 23rd Btn. Middlesex Regiment.

Royal Northumberland Fusiliers - 5th Regiment of Foot. Soldier of the 5th Regiment of Foot

1/6th Northumberland Fusiliers, April 1915

KK 593, Royal Northumberland Fusiliers

Royal Munster Fusiliers - 1st & 2nd Battalions

James Park, of Consett, County Durham, born 1893, died 17 Sept 1914

In the trenches, 1st/6th Battalion DLI, near Ypres, Belgium, 24 May 1915 (detail). DCRO: D/DLI 2/6/10(317)

William Creed Hall

Paddy Sweeney served with the 1/4th Royal Scots Fusiliers

... 1914-15 Star, Private Greaves Northumberland Fusiliers

Advance to the Falaise Pocket[edit]

King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry - PoW Other Ranks 1914

This post will look at army service numbers and the dates on which these were issued to men joining the 1st and 2nd Battalions of the York & Lancaster ...

Officers and Sergeant, 3rd Battalion DLI, South Shields, 1915-16 (detail). DCRO: D/DLI 2/3/71

The Machine Gun and Skye's Band of Brothers – TV review

Edward Carroll was aged 20 when he died on 24th May 1915 whilst serving with the 2nd Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers. He was born, enlisted and lived ...

The Tank Corps was formed from the Heavy Branch, Machine Gun Corps on the 27th July 1917 and so this year marks the 100th anniversary of the formation of ...

He is buried in Faubourg D'Amiens cemetery, Arras. according to the the 19th Btn Northumberland Fusiliers Roll of ...

Army Service Numbers 1881-1918: Royal Dublin Fusiliers - 1st & 2nd Battalions

To my dear grandfather Alfred James Erwin. How does one say thank you grandpa for what you did and gave to us your family and your country.

TommyBage 2nd from left

Wilfred Garratt served with the 11th Btn. Lancashire Fusiliers.

WW1 WWI BEF British soldier Army Service Corps RASC • CAD 5.00 .

I've been looking at the fascinating David Knights-Whittome photographic archive on Flickr, a series of named glass photographic plates - the majority of ...

1. Roll of Honour at New Seaham Working Men's Club (The Nack Club), dealing with those members who fought and/or died in the Great War 1914-18.