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Northamptonshire Regiment

Battalions of the Regular Army 1st Battalion August 1914 : in Blackdown near Aldershot under command of 2nd Brigade in 1st Division. 13 August 1914 : landed at Le Havre. 2nd Battalion August 1914 :…


Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Battalions of the Regular Army 1st Battalion August 1914 : in Malta. Returned to England, landing at Southampton 3 September 1914. 3 September 1914 : came under orders of 22nd Brigade in 7th Division. Landed…


Cheshire Regiment

Battalions of the Regular Army 1st Battalion August 1914 : in Londonderry. Part of 15th Brigade in 5th Division. Landed at Le Havre 16 August 1914. The badge of the Cheshire Regiment as inscribed on…


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Northamptonshire Yeomanry

The regiment was formed on the creation of the Territorial Force in April 1908 and attached for training to the Eastern Mounted Brigade. It was headquartered at Clare Street in Northampton with the squadrons being…



Gloucestershire Regiment

Battalions of the Regular Army 1st Battalion August 1914 : in Bordon. Part of 3rd Brigade in 1st Division. Landed at Le Havre 13 August 1914. 2nd Battalion August 1914 : in Tientsin, China. Returned…


The Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment)

Battalions of the Regular Army 1st Battalion August 1914 : at Woolwich. 11 August 1914 : landed at Le Havre as Lines of Communication troops. 22 August 1914 : came under command of 19th Infantry…


Monmouthshire Regiment

This regiment was unusual in that it had no units of the regular army. All of its battalions were of the Territorial Force. 1/1st Battalion August 1914 : at Newport. Part of Welsh Border Brigade in…


Territorial Force Depots

A number describing a TF Depot is often seen mentioned in the service records of a soldiers who served in units of the Territorial Force. The table below describes all of the depots as listed…


Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

The Queen’s was sometimes known as the Mutton Lancers, after their “Lamb and Flag” cap badge. The regimental badge as depicted on a CWGC grave stone. From the excellent Epsom and Ewell History Explorer website,…