1 edition of Gloucestershire Regiment found in the catalog.
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Remembered today CSM John Stanley Dale, a of the 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment who was killed in action on 4th May , with Captain Ernest Cowper Slade whilst going on his round of the lines. John had served with the army prior to the war and had re-enlisted in September The Gloucestershire Regiment in the War The gloucestershire regiment in the war A matching pair except one tab is positioned vertically and the other horizontally. the gloucestershire regiment was an infantry regiment of the british army. The 61st (South Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot was an infantry regiment of the British Army, raised in Under the Childers Reforms it amalgamated with the 28th (North Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot to form the Gloucestershire Regiment in History Formation. The formation of the regiment was prompted by the expansion of the army as a result of the commencement of the Seven Years.
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This paper back book on The Gloucestershire Regiment in the War - Everard Wyrall has a wealth of history; their battles in WW 1, is well written and is /5(8). Contents of The Gloucestershire Regiment: Origins The Regiment in the 20th Century Customs and Traditions Highly recommended to figure modellers, military art and uniform collectors.
Titles in the series: No. 1 Service Dress No. 2 Field Service Head Dress to the present day. 3 Personal Equipment to the present day/5(2). J Warre Gloucestershire Regiment. J Warre served with the Gloucestershire Regiment British Army. I have his dogtags and would love to get them home to his family.
I am happy to cover all costs, if you are a family member or can put me in touch with them, please get in touch. 1st/6th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment.
Hebuterne Military Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France. Died of wounds in France. Age Son of Surgeon-Major George Nicol Irvine (AMD) & Mrs. Mary Irvine of College Road, Clifton, Bristol, UK. Born 12th November at Umballa North West Province, India.
Played Rugby for Clifton RFC in. The newly formed Gloucestershire Regiment went on to serve in the Second Boer War ( to ) and two World Wars. In as part of the British Army’s ‘Options for Change’ reforms, The Regiment was merged with the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment to form The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment.
Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Historical Record of the Sixty-First, Or, the South Gloucestershire Regiment of Foot: Containing an Account of the Formation of the Regiment inand of Its Subsequent Services to Origins. This regiment was formed during the Army reforms by merging the 28th (North Gloucestershire) Regiment and the 61st (South Gloucestershire) became the new unit's 1st and 2nd Battalions respectively.
2nd Battalion spent the s and s garrisoning India and Aden, and serving at home stations. Historical Record of the Sixty-first, Or, the South Gloucestershire Regiment of Foot: Containing an Account of the Formation of the Regiment inand of Its Subsequent Services to Volume of CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series.
The Story of the 2/5th Gloucestershire Regiment Excerpt August opened with the Battalion in billets at La Gorgue. The usual routine of movement followed all too quickly, for on the 9th it moved to Laventie to garrison the posts Wangerie, Masselot and Fort Esquin, D Company taking over part of the front line from the 2/7th Seller Rating: % positive.
Research At the Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum ENQUIRIES NOW OPEN We have a small team of experienced volunteer researchers who are able to carry out archival research enquiries.
Our researchers combine information held within our own archive, and various other sources, to produce the most thorough picture of an individual. In his book “The Imjin Roll”, Colonel E.D. Harding computed the Gloucestershire Regiment’s losses in prisoners after the battle of the Imjin to have been Fewer than fifty men from the forward Companies had broken through the Chinese forces which had encircled the battalion.
There are o Gloucestershire Regiment pension and service records (for this regiment - and its antecedents) in various War Office series held at the National Archives. Clicking on the link will take you to the results on Findmypast but you will need a subscription or Pay-Per-View credits to actually view the records.
Some of these records can also be viewed on-line on Ancestry. Foreword. by Major General Robin Grist CB OBE Colonel, The Gloucestershire Regiment To describe a book as ‘unique’ is to risk a wave of correspondence to prove one wrong. Buy The Gloucestershire Regiment in the War by Wyrall, Everard (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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About this Item: Stroud, Sutton Publishing Ltd., 16cm x 24cm. XVI, pages. Original hardcover with dustjacket. Excellent condition. First published inreprinted and updated inthis third edition brings the colurful story of this world-famous regiment to a close.
Without this book the 12 th Battalion, The Gloucestershire Regiment would be little more than a few paragraphs in the Regiment’s year history, which is full of major battles that affected.
Get this from a library. The Gloucesters: an account of the epic stand of the First Battalion, the Gloucestershire Regiment in Korea. [E J Kahn]. A Gloucestershire Echo reporter was in Southampton to describe the scene as the soldiers of the local regiment boarded ton transport ship Empire Windrush.
The Gloucestershire Railway Society was instrumental in getting 'Castle' 'St Donat's Castle' renamed as 'The Gloucestershire Regiment, 28th, 61st'. The loco had been shedded at 85B Gloucester Horton Road since November Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for War Narratives the Gloucestershire Regiment by O.
Grazebrook (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. The Gloucestershire Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British med "The Glorious Glosters", the regiment carried more battle honours on their regimental colours than any other British Army line regiment.
The Gloucestershire Regiment existed from until when it was amalgamated with the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire) to form the Branch: British Army. Gloucestershire Regiment. likes. The Gloucestershire Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army.
Nicknamed "The Glorious Glosters". The Gloucestershire Regiment - 4th Battalion The 4th Battalion, The Gloucestershire Regiment, was a Territorial Force battalion which was born on 1st April Its predecessor was the 1st Volunteer Battalion, The Gloucestershire Regiment. Three chapters of.
Get this from a library. Cap of honour: the story of the Gloucestershire Regiment (the 28th/61st Foot) [David Scott Daniell; Anthony Farrar-Hockley; E L T Capel]. "Bristol's own": 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment / Dean Marks. 12th (Service) Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, “Bristol's Own.” Souvenir containing 39 illustrations.
Compiled and edited by Howard Rankin & Albert G. Wain, etc. Bristol: Colston Publishing Co Members who served with Gloucestershire Regiment.
Welcome to Forces Reunited the place where you can find information and friends from Gloucestershire Regiment. We are the largest and fastest growing community of UK forces veterans on the web with overmembers. Centurion tanks and men of the Gloucestershire Regiment advancing to attack Hill in Korea.
– Wikipedia. Bythe United Nations forces had successfully repelled the Soviet-supported North Korean army, led by Kim Il-Sung, from the southern part of the peninsula, and pushed the dividing line to north of the 38 th parallel.
Alarmed, the Chinese entered the conflict on the side of. gloucestershire regiment officers download book for $ (free for members) Author: Wikipedia (That means the book is composed entirely of articles from Wikipedia that.
18 Dec - The Gloucestershire Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army. Nicknamed "The Glorious Glosters", the regiment carried more battle honours on their regimental colours than any other British Army line regiment.
The Gloucestershire Regiment existed from until when it was amalgamated with the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire) to 19 pins. Comments: My father went out to Korea with the Northumberland Fusiliers and very quickly transferred to the Gloucestershire Regiment because he came from Bristol where they were based.
He fought at the Imjin River Battle for which the Glosters won the Presidential Citation for their brave stand on hill and which he was lucky to survive.
27 Apr Amalgamated with 1st Bn, The Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire), to form 1st Bn, The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment 2nd Battalion, The Gloucestershire Regiment.
Origins and early history. The origins of the regiment lie in the regiment formed in Portsmouth in by Colonel John Gibson. This was named the 28th Regiment of Foot in and renamed the 28th (North Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot in After the Childers reforms, the regiment amalgamated with the 61st (South Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot to form the two-battalion Branch: British Army.
Gloucestershire Regiment Heavy Knit Scarf One size ( x 20cm)Comes with regiment logo embroidered ous, heavy weight knitted scarf in classic style% PolyAcrylic Sale. The Gloucestershire Regiment was an infantry regiment of the British Army. Nicknamed "The Glorious Glosters", the regiment carried more battle honours on.
Image shown is actual book for sale. Synopsis of The Back Badge: The Journal of the Gloucestershire Regiment: ”The Journal of the Gloucestershire Regiment include articles on current () actions and also some historical articles about the regiments history.
The Gloucestershire Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army. 1st Battalion. GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT. 3rd Brigade / 1st Division 10th July: Albert. 14th July: In line in Contalmaison sector. 16th July: Attack and taking of German positions North of Contalmaison.
History. The regiment was formed in by the amalgamation of the Gloucestershire Regiment and the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire). It was the only regiment in the British Army whose members were permitted to wear a cap badge on both the front and the rear of their headdress.
The back badge was awarded to the 28th Regiment of Foot for their actions at the Battle Branch: British Army. Saluting the Gloucestershire Regiment 15 Mar This morning there was a special remembrance event in Gloucester, titled ‘Saluting the Gloucestershire Regiment’, which started at the Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum before moving over to Gloucester Cathedral for a dedicated performance by the Military Wives’ Choir.
Hello All I am researching a soldier who served and died with the 8th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment and struggling to determine if he is the soldier remembered on the Alkborough Memorial Lincolnshire. Pte William H Pool () KIA 25th October I.
THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT: Extract taken from 'Our Regiments in South Africa' by John Stirling published by Naval and Military Press Ltd.
THE 1st Battalion was one of the four sent from India between 16th and 30th September They were first engaged on 24th October at Rietfontern (see 1st Liverpool Regiment).
The action was fought to.Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum, Gloucester, Gloucestershire. K likes. The Museum tells the stories of the soldiers from the Gloucestershire Regiment, the /5(75).
Does anyone have a copy of 'The Gloucestershire Regiment in the War ' written by Everard Wyrell published by Methuen I am trying to find out details about the Battle of the Somme where my Grandfather was wounded while serving with the 1st Gloucestershire (Glosters).