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Durham Light Infantry Records

Reference: D/DLI 2

Catalogue Title: Durham Light Infantry Records

Area: Catalogue

Category: Antiquarian and Composite Records

Description: 7th, 8th and 9th Battalions

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Catalogue Description

7TH BATTALION

As 3rd (Sunderland) Durham Rifle Volunteer Battalion (1860 - 1880)
As 3rd Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps (1880 - 1887)
As 3rd Volunteer Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (1887 - 1908)
As 7th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (TF) (1908 - 1920)
1/7th Battalion (1914 - 1918)
1/7th was a Pioneer Battalion from 1915
2/7th Battalion (1914 - 1919)
3/7th Battalion (1915 - 1916)
As 7th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry(TA)(1920 - 1936)
As 47th (The DLI) Anti-Aircraft Battalion Royal Engineers (TA) (1936 - 1940)
As 47th (The DLI) Searchlight Regiment Royal Artillery (TA) (1940 - 1942)
As 112th (The DLI) Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery (TA) (1942 - 1945)
As 582nd (The DLI) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment Royal Artillery (TA) (1947 - 1955)
As 463rd (Durham) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment Royal Artillery (TA) (1955 - 1967)

RECORDS OF SERVICE OF 7TH BATTALION

Catalogue Contents

Durham Light Infantry Records (Ref: D/DLI)War Diaries (Ref: D/DLI 2/7/1-2)

Copy war diary of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, by M. Vane, 17 April 1915 - 23 December 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/1


Loose pages from the war diary of 386 Company, 47th (The DLI) Anti-Aircraft Battalion, Royal Engineers, (TA), 26 - 28 September 1938 Originally enclosed in D/DLI 2/7/1
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/2

Order Books (Ref: D/DLI 2/7/3-9)

Battalion Part II order book of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1934
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/3


Battalion Part I order book of the 47th (The Durham Light Infantry) Anti-Aircraft Battalion, Royal Engineers, (T.A.), 1936
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/4


Battalion Part II order book of the 47th (The Durham Light Infantry) Anti-Aircraft Battalion, Royal Engineers, (T.A.), (7th Durham Light Infantry, 1936
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/5


Battalion Part I order book of the 47th (Durham Light Infantry) Anti-Aircraft Battalion, Royal Engineers, (T.A.), 1937
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/6


Battalion Part II order book of the 47th (Durham Light Infantry) Anti-Aircraft Battalion, Royal Engineers, (T.A.), 1937
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/7


Battalion Part I book order of the 47th (Durham Light Infantry) Anti-Aircraft Battalion, Royal Engineers, (T.A.), 1938
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/8


Battalion Part II order book of the 47th (Durham Light Infantry) Anti-Aircraft Battalion, Royal Engineers, (T.A.), 1938
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/9

Battalion Histories and Scrapbooks (Ref: D/DLI 2/7/10-10(349))

Scrapbook of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery, (T.A.), including newspaper cuttings and photographs, 28 June 1955 - 8 February 1967


Menu card for an officers' amalgamation dinner at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Newspaper cutting concerning an officers' amalgamation dinner at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Order of service for the annual church parade of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Hendon Parish Church, Sunderland, 3 July 1955


Photograph of soldiers of 'Q' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, taking a tea break during training at a camp at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1955


Photograph, from a newspaper, of soldiers of 'Q' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, taking a tea break during training at a camp at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1955


Newspaper cutting concerning a visit by Major-General B.P. Hughes, Royal Artillery, and Brigadier C.C.L. Browne, to soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1955


Photograph of a group of soldiers of 'P' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in a training area of a camp at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1955


Photograph, captioned Gunnery instruction , showing an officer instructing soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1955


Photograph of Bandmaster Anderson, and the band of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1955


Group photograph of 'P' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1955


Photograph, captioned Gun drill , showing soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating an anti-aircraft gun at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1955


Photograph of soldiers of 'Q' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, taking a tea break during training at a camp at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1955


Photograph of officers and soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, conducting a church parade at a camp at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1955


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel N.L. Marriott, T.D., leading 'P' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during a regimental march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, 7 August 1955


Photograph of the band of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, leading soldiers of the regiment during a march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, 7 August 1955


Photograph of an officer leading soldiers of 'Q' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during a regimental march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, 7 August 1955


Photograph of an officer leading soldiers of 'R' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during a regimental march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, 7 August 1955


Group photograph of the officers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne, Norfolk, 1955


Menu card for a 'guest night' held by the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne, Norfolk, 5 August 1955


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of two officers, in dress uniform, socialising at an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of three men, in dinner jackets, socialising at an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, sitting at dinner tables during an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of male and female officers, in dress uniform, socialising at an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, receiving a silver trophy during an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, receiving a silver tray during an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, giving a speech during an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, giving a speech during an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, giving a speech during an amalgamation dinner of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Territorial Army Centre, Dykelands Road, Sunderland, 28 June 1955


Order of service for a Remembrance Day ceremony, in Sunderland, 6 November 1955


Newspaper cutting concerning plans to reintroduce indoor sporting activities for soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1955


Newspaper cutting concerning additions to the list of out-of-training activities available to soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1955


Newspaper cutting concerning an exhibition of silver plate, old uniforms, and photographs belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Sunderland Art Gallery, c.1956


Newspaper cutting of an invitation to attend the opening of an exhibition of silver plate, old uniforms, and photographs belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Sunderland Art Gallery, 10 March 1956


Photograph of an exhibit stand displaying material owned by the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, taken at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Newspaper cutting concerning a proposed exhibition of silver plate, old uniforms, and photographs belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Sunderland Art Gallery, 20 February 1956


Photograph of a mannequin dressed in a historic military uniform at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Newspaper cutting concerning a talk, on the B.B.C. Home Service, on the history of The Durham Light Infantry, given by Lieutenant-Colonel N.L. Marriott, Commanding, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, March 1956


Photograph of an exhibits room with displays of material owned by the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, taken at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Newspaper cutting concerning the opening of an exhibition of silver plate, old uniforms, and photographs belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Sunderland Art Gallery, 10 March 1956


Invitation card to attend the opening of an exhibition of silver plate, old uniforms, and photographs belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Sunderland Art Gallery, 10 March 1956


Newspaper cutting, from The Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of a museum assistant checking a mannequin at an exhibition, 9 March 1956


Newspaper cutting, from The Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of a museum assistant checking silverware belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 9 March 1956


Photograph of a mannequin dressed in a historic military uniform, taken at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Newspaper cutting concerning a subaltern's uniform used in an exhibition of material belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Newspaper cutting concerning additions to an exhibition of silver plate, old uniforms, and photographs belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


'Family tree' of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1956


Photograph of a mannequin dressed in a historic military uniform at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Photograph of silverware belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in a display case at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Photograph of silverware belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in a display case at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Photograph of silverware belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in a display case at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Photograph of a mannequin dressed in a historic military uniform at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Photograph of silverware belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in a display case at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Photograph of a plaque belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Photograph of silverware belonging to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in a display case at Sunderland Art Gallery, March 1956


Menu card for a 'dining out' of Major P.M.S. Cooper, T.D., R.A. (T.A.), by the officers' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 14 April 1956


Ticket for an annual dinner of the Old Comrades Association, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, held at the Barnes Hotel, Sunderland, 27 April 1956


Programme for an annual dinner of the Old Comrades Association, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, held at the Barnes Hotel, Sunderland, 27 April 1956


Newspaper cutting concerning the retirement of Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Potts as caretaker of Livingstone Road Drill Hall, c.1956


Photograph of two sergeants of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, standing near tents in a camp at Weybourne, Norfolk, July - August 1956


Photograph of a sergeant of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, and a man in civilian dress, clearing a muddy pathway between tents at a camp at Weybourne, Norfolk, July - August 1956


Photograph of two soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, standing near tents in a camp at Weybourne, Norfolk, July - August 1956


Photograph of a man, in civilian dress, clearing a muddy pathway between tents at a camp at Weybourne, Norfolk, July - August 1956


Standing orders for an annual training camp of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne, Norfolk, 28 July - 11 August 1956


Photograph of a colour party of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, on parade at Weybourne, Norfolk, 11 August 1956


Photograph of officers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, commencing a march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, 11 August 1956


Photograph of officers and soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, on parade at Weybourne, Norfolk, 11 August 1956


Photograph of a sergeant of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, receiving a trophy from an officer at Weybourne, Norfolk, July - August 1956


Photograph of an officer of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, receiving a trophy at Weybourne, Norfolk, July - August 1956


Photograph of a soldier of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, receiving a plaque from an officer at Weybourne, Norfolk, July - August 1956


Photograph of a sergeant of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, receiving a trophy from an officer at Weybourne, Norfolk, July - August 1956


Photograph of the band of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, conducting a march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Photograph of an officer leading soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, on a march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Photograph of an officer leading soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, on a march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Photograph of an officer leading soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, on a march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Photograph of an officer leading soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, on a march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Photograph of officers and soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, conducting a march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Photograph of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, conducting a march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Photograph of an officer leading soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, on a march-past at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Photograph of a group of sergeants, and officers (?), of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, socialising in a mess at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Photograph of a group of sergeants, and officers (?), of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, socialising in a mess at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Photograph of an officer (?) of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, standing on a table during a mess social event at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Photograph of a group of sergeants, and officers (?), of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, socialising in a mess at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1956


Signed menu card from a guest night dinner held by the officers' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne Camp, Norfolk, 1956


Photograph of a group of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at a guest night dinner held by the officers' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment at Weybourne Camp, Norfolk, 1956


Photograph of a group of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at a guest night dinner held by the officers' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment at Weybourne Camp, Norfolk, 1956


Photograph of a group of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at a guest night dinner held by the officers' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne Camp, Norfolk, 1956


Photograph of a group of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at a guest night dinner held by the officers' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne Camp, Norfolk, 1956


Photograph of a group of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at a guest night dinner held by the officers' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne Camp, Norfolk, 1956


Photograph of a group of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at a guest night dinner held by the officers' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne Camp, Norfolk, 1956


Photograph of a group of officers, in dress uniform, socialising at a guest night dinner held by the officers' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne Camp, Norfolk, 1956


Group photograph of the officers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne Camp, Norfolk, 1956


Header of the Territorial and Home Guard Magazine, September 1956


Magazine cutting concerning the 'family tree' of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, from the Territorial and Home Guard Magazine, September 1956


Newspaper cutting concerning the Durham County Territorial Band championship, held at Seaburn, c.1956


Magazine cutting, including a photograph of Paddy Lynch, late of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1956


Newspaper cutting concerning Paddy Lynch, late of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1956


Photograph of people at a Christmas party [possibly in Sunderland], 1956


Photograph of a family meeting a Santa Claus at a Christmas party [possibly in Sunderland], 1956


Photograph of silverware in a cabinet, [possibly in Sunderland], 1956


Newspaper cutting concerning a dinner held for Lieutenant-Colonel Norman Laing Marriott, retiring Commanding Officer of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at the Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, c.1957


Photograph of an officer [possibly Lieutenant-Colonel Norman Laing Marriott, retiring Commanding Officer of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment], in dress uniform, receiving a silver tray during a dinner, taken at the Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, c.1957


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel D.R. Kelly, Commanding, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1957


Photograph, from a newspaper of Brigadier C.C.L. Browne, Commander of 42 Army Group Royal Artillery (Anti-Aircraft), Territorial Army, talking to a sergeant of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during an inspection at Livingstone Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, c.1957


Newspaper cutting concerning an inspection of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, by Brigadier C.C.L. Browne, Commander of 42 Army Group Royal Artillery (Anti-Aircraft), Territorial Army, at Livingstone Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, c.1957


Signed menu card from an annual dinner of the Old Comrades' Association of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, held at the Barnes Hotel, Sunderland, 26 April 1957


Newspaper cutting concerning an annual dinner of the Old Comrades' Association of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, held at the Barnes Hotel, Sunderland, 26 April 1957


Photograph of two men, in civilian dress, at a social event, c.1957


Photograph of two men, in civilian dress, at a social event, c.1957


Photograph of a woman, and two men in civilian dress, at a social event, c .1957


Photograph of a group of women at a social event, c.1957


Photograph of group of men and women at a social event, c.1957


Photograph of three men, in civilian dress, at a social event, c.1957


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of John Hare, Secretary of State for War, c.1957


Newspaper cutting concerning the band of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1957


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of John Hare, Secretary of State for War, talking to soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during a ministerial visit at Weybourne, Norfolk, 14 August 1957


Photograph of John Hare, Secretary of State for War, talking to soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during a ministerial visit at Weybourne, Norfolk, 14 August 1957


Newspaper cutting concerning an inspection of Territorial regiments by John Hare, Secretary of State for War, at Weybourne, Norfolk, 14 August 1957


Photograph of John Hare, Secretary of State for War, talking to Sergeant H. Walker, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during a ministerial visit at Weybourne, Norfolk, 14 August 1957


Photograph of John Hare, Secretary of State for War, talking to soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during a ministerial visit at Weybourne, Norfolk, 14 August 1957


Photograph, from a newspaper, of John Hare, Secretary of State for War, talking to soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during a ministerial visit at Weybourne, Norfolk, 14 August 1957


Photograph of three soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, standing by a generator at a camp at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1957


Photograph of an officer talking to a soldier of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1957


Photograph of an officer with four sergeants of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1957


Photograph of a cook preparing food at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1957


Photograph of three sergeants, and a soldier, of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, dismantling equipment at a camp at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1957


Photograph of a soldier of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, assisting a sergeant in a workshop at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1957


Photograph of officers and soldiers of 'P' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, holding a banner at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1957


Photograph of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating an anti-aircraft gun at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1957


Photograph of officers and soldiers of 'Q' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, holding a banner at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1957


Photograph of a boy, dressed in an army greatcoat, standing with four officers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during a night-time exercise at Weybourne, Norfolk, August 1957


Photograph of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in uniform and civilian dress socialising in a clubhouse, c.1957


Photograph of two soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in civilian dress socialising in a clubhouse, c.1957


Photograph of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in uniform and civilian dress socialising in a clubhouse, c.1957


Group photograph of the band of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1957


Photograph of the band of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, marching along a street in the United Kingdom, c.1957


Group photograph of the band of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1957


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(142)


Newspaper cutting concerning the return of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, to Sunderland, following training at Weybourne, Norfolk, c.1957


Signed menu card, c.1957


Menu card for the officers' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Weybourne Camp, Norfolk, 1957


Group photograph of the officers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 1957


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of a group of soldiers of 'P' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating a Bofors anti-aircraft gun at Weybourne, Norfolk, 17 September 1957


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of John Hare, Secretary of State for War, talking to Sergeant H. Walker, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during a ministerial visit at Weybourne Camp, Norfolk, 17 September 1957


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, playing darts at Rock Lodge, Roker, 7 October 1957


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of two soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, socialising at a sergeants' mess, 7 October 1957


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, watching a game of table tennis, 7 October 1957


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in civilian dress, playing dominoes at Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, 7 October 1957


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in civilian dress socialising at a mess, 7 October 1957


Newspaper cutting concerning a searchlight and equipment display by the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Sunderland, 7 October 1957


Photograph, from a newspaper, of a man receiving instruction in the use of a Bofors anti-aircraft gun by a sergeant of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Mowbray Park, Sunderland, 7 October 1957


Newspaper cutting of a recruitment notice for the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1957


Newspaper cutting of an announcement of a searchlight and equipment display by the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Sunderland, 7 October 1957


Newspaper cutting concerning a searchlight and equipment display by the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Sunderland, 7 October 1957


Newspaper cutting of a public invitation to inspect the equipment of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Whitburn Ranges, 13 October 1957


Photograph, with a newspaper cutting of Colonel T.C. Squance, Territorial Army, c.1957


Newspaper cutting concerning an 'at home' organised by the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Whitburn Ranges, 13 October 1957


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of the silverware and trophies of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, taken at Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, c.1957


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a soldier of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating a searchlight, taken at Bartram and Sons shipyard, Sunderland, c.1957


Photograph of the bows of the Llantrisant , taken at Bartram and Sons shipyard, Sunderland, c.1957


Photograph of the Llantrisant , taken at Bartram and Sons shipyard, Sunderland, c.1957


Newspaper cutting concerning the assistance given by the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in the launching of the Llantrisant at Bartram and Sons shipyard, Sunderland, c.1957


Newspaper cutting concerning the assistance given by the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in the launching of the Llantrisant at Bartram and Sons shipyard, Sunderland, c.1957


Order of Proceedings for a memorial service to commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of the death of Major-General Sir Henry Havelock, at the Havelock Memorial, Mowbray Park, Sunderland, 24 November 1957


Copy (torn) of a 'family tree' of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1957


Newspaper cutting of a recruitment notice of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 1957


Newspaper cutting of an announcement of a searchlight and equipment display by the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Mowbray Park, Thompson Park, and Tunstall Hill, Sunderland, 7 October 1957


Newspaper cutting concerning a course for young officers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Whitburn, c.1957


Photograph, from a newspaper, of an unidentified object [possibly a balloon], c.1957


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , of a letter concerning a balloon and metal canister released as a checking device for guns, searchlights and radars, 2 December 1957


Newspaper cutting of a letter from Lieutenant-Colonel David Kelly, Royal Artillery, Commanding, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, concerning the use of the term 'gunner', c.1958


Newspaper cutting of a recruitment notice of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 1958


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a group of guests at the annual dinner of the 7th Durham Lights Infantry Old Comrades Association, taken at the Seaburn Hotel, Sunderland, 26 April 1958Named guests are: Mrs. E. Vaux, Mrs. D'Arcy Hildyard, Wing Commander P. Vaux, Colonel R. Horan, Colonel T.C. Squance, Colonel A.C. Dixon, J. Pattison, and A. Robinson


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel D.R. Kelly, Royal Artillery, Commanding, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1958


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, attending to an anti-aircraft gun, c.1958


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of the band of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, leading a parade of soldiers through Sunderland, following a commemoration service for the golden jubilee of the Territorial Army at Bishopwearmouth Parish Church, 30 June 1958


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a window display of Territorial Army soldiers' uniforms, taken at Fawcett Street, Sunderland, September 1958


Newspaper cutting of a letter of reply to Lieutenant-Colonel D.R. Kelly, Royal Artillery, Commanding, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, from 'Second to None', concerning battle honours, 9 May 1959


Photograph of soldiers of the 149 (Sunderland) Infantry Workshop, Corps of Royal Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, Territorial Army, giving a jeep assembly display in the United Kingdom, c .1959Named soldiers are: Sergeant G. Pearce, Sergeant D. McBean, Corporal J.J. Barber, Lance-Corporal P.B. Pink, and Corporal J. Crosby


Newspaper cutting, including a duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(184), c.1959


Newspaper cutting of letters concerning Territorial Army activities in and around Sunderland, 9 February 1963


Photograph of Lance-Bombardier Jimmy Murray, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, holding a tray of silverware [possibly in a mess room], c.1959


Newspaper cutting, including a duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(188), c.1959


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant Jack Devoy, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in a storeroom, c.1959


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Colonel Holmes conducting a preliminary inspection of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in a storeroom, 23 March 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (Territorial Army), crossing the River Wear on a boat during a training exercise, 23 March 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Band Sergeant-Major G. Solomon, the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, standing by a motorcycle, 23 March 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Major W.N. Jefferson, 125 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorial Army), 23 March 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, awaiting an inspection, 23 March 1963


Newspaper cutting concerning the appointment of Lieutenant-Colonel Robin Chapman as Honorary Colonel of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1963


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(194)


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(192)


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Brigadier R.H. Fisher, Royal Artillery, taking the salute during an inspection at R.A.F. Ouston, Northumberland, 18 March 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Brigadier R.H. Fisher, Royal Artillery, presenting The Territorial Efficiency Medal to Sergeant F. Wall, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 18 March 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of a drive-past by soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment at R.A.F. Ouston, Northumberland, 18 March 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Brigadier R.H. Fisher, Royal Artillery, talking to a soldier of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, during an inspection at R.A.F. Ouston, Northumberland, 18 March 1963


Photograph of Sergeant Sydney Stones, 582 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Colonel J.A. Pounder, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 6 April 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Colonel R. Chapman, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 6 April 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant George Walton, 582 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 6 April 1963


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(193)


Newspaper cutting, including a duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(202), c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of officers at a 'dining out' night held at Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, c.1963 Left to right: Major D. Brotherton, Colonel K. Holmes, Colonel T.C. Squance, Colonel Robin Chapman, Major W.N. Jefferson, Major R.D. Lowry


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(208)


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a group of soldiers of 233 Field Squadron, Royal Engineers (Territorial Army), near Ripon, Yorkshire, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of soldiers of 233 Field Squadron, Royal Engineers (Territorial Army), on a training exercise near Ripon, Yorkshire, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of soldiers of 233 Field Squadron, Royal Engineers (Territorial Army), on a training exercise near Ripon, Yorkshire, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Sergeant Tom Benson, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Lance-Corporal F.H. Armstrong, Women's Royal Army Corps, c.1963


Newspaper cutting of a letter from a 'long standing fan' concerning the inconvenience to some spectators when military bands play at Roker Park, Sunderland, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of two soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, with a Bofors gun, c.1963


Photograph of Gunner John Petty, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in a storeroom, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo, including a duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(217), 18 May 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of R. Lounton, on a motorcycle, 18 May 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Sergeant Stan Pederson, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 1 June 1963


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(220)


Photograph of Corporal 'Charlie' Gee, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1963


Photograph of a group of men, in civilian dress, standing by a dartboard, taken during a darts match between the sergeants' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, and the 7th Durham Light Infantry Old Comrades Association, c.1963


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel K. Holmes, seated second left, and Lieutenant-Colonel R.M. Chapman, seated third left, with a group of men, taken during a darts match between the sergeants' mess of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, and the 7th Durham Light Infantry Old Comrades Association, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Sapper Grieves, 2 Troop, 233 Field Squadron, on a training exercise, 15 June 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of 2 Troop, 233 Field Squadron, setting a booby trap during a training exercise, 15 June 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of 2 Troop, 233 Field Squadron, taking lunch, 15 June 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo, including a duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(222), 15 June 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo, including a duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(224), 15 June 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo, including a duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(223), 15 June 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo, including a photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel K. Holmes, Commanding, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, presenting bounties to (left to right) Corporal N. McLeod, Corporal J. Hunton, and Staff-Sergeant W. Thomason, 29 June 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo, including a photograph of Sergeant George Sayers, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 29 June 1963


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(231)


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a group of soldiers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] on the steps of a building, n.d.


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Sergeant Glover, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 27 July 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Warrant Officer Jenson, left, Sergeant Grey, centre, and Staff Sergeant-Major Purcell, right, of the 223 Field Squadron, Royal Engineers (Territorial Army), 27 July 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of the 223 Field Squadron, Royal Engineers (Territorial Army), on a recently completed bridge, 27 July 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of the 223 Field Squadron, Royal Engineers (Territorial Army), constructing a bridge, 27 July 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of a group of officers, including officers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in dress uniform, taken before a farewell dinner at Dykelands Road Drill Hall, 27 July 1963 Left to right: Captain R. Wynn, Lieutenant R. Hain, Major V.C. Dodd, Captain J.G. Turner, Colonel K. Holmes


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating a gun during a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 7 September 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Gunner Gordon Briton, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, holding the Fraill Shield [awarded to the best recruit], 7 September 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating a gun during a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 7 September 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, receiving instruction during a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 7 September 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating a gun during a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 7 September 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, receiving instruction during a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 7 September 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating a gun during a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 7 September 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, changing a gun barrel during a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 7 September 1963


Photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating a gun during a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 1963


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(245)


Photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, undergoing a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 1963


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(246)


Photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating a gun during a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 1963


Photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, climbing onto a gun during a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 1963


Photograph of soldiers of 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating a gun during a training exercise at Tenby, Wales, 1963


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(243)


Newspaper cutting concerning the activities of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Captain Carter, left, Lance-Corporal Morrow, centre, and Sapper Buddle, right, of the 233 Field Squadron, Royal Engineers (Territorial Army), winners of the T.A. motor cycle trials at Waldridge Fell, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Captain E. Kemp, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, receiving a trophy from Colonel Sir Robin Chapman at the Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Gunner D.J.K Rennie, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, receiving a trophy from Colonel Sir Robin Chapman at the Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of the rifle team of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, in action at the Whitburn ranges, Sunderland, c.1963


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(258)


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(259)


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(260)


Photograph of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, loading rifle cartridges at Whitburn ranges, Sunderland, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Warrant Officer II G.E. Kerley, with (left to right) Gunners T.B. Smith, F. Parrish, C. Davies, and R. Skelton of 'Q' Battery, 261 Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorial Army), c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of children examining a Bofors gun during a display by the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Cliff Park, Roker, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of members of The Durham Light Infantry Old Comrades' Association being shown a rifle prior to a shooting competition at Whitburn ranges, 30 September 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of members of the rifle team of 'B.L.E.S.M.A.', taken at Whitburn ranges, 30 September 1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Brigadier R.H. Fisher, Commander Royal Artillery, 50 (Northumbrian) Division/District, and other officers, taken during an inspection of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at R.A.F. Ouston, Northumberland, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Band-Sergeant Benson, left, and Band-Sergeant Stones, of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of officers and soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, marching to the Central Station, Sunderland, en route to Penally Camp, Pembrokeshire, c.1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of John Illif, vice-president of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Old Comrades' Association, c.1964


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Derrick Hansford being introduced to 'Harry', a dummy soldier, by Staff-Sergeant J. Hewitson, Territorial Army, c.1964


Letter from James Duff to Lieutenant-Colonel Holmes, Commanding the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, passing on Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother's appreciation of the 'smartness and bearing' of the guard of honour provided to her by the regiment during her visit to Sunderland, 27 June 1964


Letter from J. Storey, Town Clerk of Sunderland, to Lieutenant-Colonel Holmes, Commanding the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, offering appreciation of the guard of honour provided to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, by the regiment during her visit to Sunderland, 25 June 1964


Newspaper cutting, from the Northern Daily Mail , including a photograph of soldiers of the Hartlepool Battery of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, taking part in a training exercise at Blackfell Camp, Washington, 28 September 1964


Newspaper cutting, from the Northern Daily Mail , including a photograph of a Meteor aircraft flying above Washington, during a training exercise, 28 September 1964


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , of a recruitment notice for the band of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 29 October 1964


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , of a recruitment notice for the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 29 October 1964


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , concerning a visit by Master Gunner, General Sir Robert Mansergh, to the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, 15 October 1964


Photograph of Master Gunner, General Sir Robert Mansergh, observing soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, conduct a training exercise at Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, 25 October 1964


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Master Gunner, General Sir Robert Mansergh, inspecting soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, 26 October 1964


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(282)


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of guests at the annual officers' ball of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, 30 October 1964 Left to right: Lady Chapman, Sir Robin Chapman, Mrs. K. Holmes, Lieutenant-Colonel K. Holmes


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Captain A.R. Gilroy, Royal Artillery (Territorial Army), and his bride, Miss Margaret Anne Forbes, taken at All Saints' Church, Cleadon, 1964


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel K. Holmes, c.1964


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel J.E. Little, Military Cross, Royal Artillery, c.1964


Photograph of Bombardier W. Cross, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating equipment in Germany, c.1964


Photograph of Lance-Bombardier A. Drennan, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, operating equipment in Germany, c.1964


Photograph of Warrant Officer II R. Hunter, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, instructing soldiers in the use of a gun in Germany, c.1964


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, relaxing during a training exercise in Germany, c.1964 Named soldiers are: Gunner W. Scott, Lance-Bombardier P. Mallory, Gunner J. Petty, and Lance-Bombardier C. Davies


Photograph of Gunner W. Scott, and Lance-Bombardier C. Davies, of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, asking directions from a German policeman in Germany, c.1964


Order of Service in commemoration of Sir Winston Churchill, at Bishopwearmouth Parish Church, 29 January 1965


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Brigadier Fisher, Commander, Royal Artillery, 50th Northumbrian Division and District, presenting an efficiency medal to Lance-Bombardier John Murray, 22 February 1965


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Brigadier Fisher, Commander, Royal Artillery, 50th Northumbrian Division and District, inspecting soldiers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 22 February 1965


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Alderman R. Wilkinson, Mayor of Sunderland, handling a rocket launcher, accompanied by Colonel Little, left, and Lieutenant B. Rawson, right, taken at Union Street, Sunderland, c.1965


Newspaper cutting of a recruitment notice for the Territorial Army, c .1965


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of soldiers of 'Q' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, preparing a gun for action during an annual camp at Penally, Pembrokeshire, 1965


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of soldiers of 'Q' Battery, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, preparing a gun for action during an annual camp at Penally, Pembrokeshire, 1965


Programme for an annual band competition of the Territorial and Auxiliary Forces Association of the County of Durham, 27 June 1965


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of the band of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, performing at the Ward Jackson Park, West Hartlepool, 28 June 1965


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of the band of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, performing at the Ward Jackson Park, West Hartlepool, 28 June 1965


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of soldiers of the Territorial Army attending to a 140-year old Russian cannon, taken at Stewart Park, Middlesbrough, May 1965


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a Territorial Army soldier, n.d.


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a Territorial Army soldier, n.d.


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of soldiers of the 'Volunteer Artillery' manning a post, n.d.


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Captain R.E. Davies, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1965


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of guests at an annual ball of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, at Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, 29 October 1965 Left to right: Colonel Sir Robin Chapman, Lady Barbara Chapman, Mrs. J.E. Little, Lieutenant-Colonel J.E. Little


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of J. Pattison, Chairman of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Old Comrades Association club, presenting a tankard to Colonel Sir Robin Chapman, as Colonel T.C. Squance, and A. Robinson look on, taken at the opening of the Old Comrades Club, Sunderland, 10 November 1965


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel J.E. Little, 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, presenting silver trophies to Alderman Watson, Mayor of Sunderland, as Colonel Sir Robin Chapman, and Alderman J. Hoy look on, 15 November 1965


Newspaper cutting concerning the presentation of silverware to the Sunderland Corporation by the 463(The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, November 1965


Newspaper cutting concerning the presentation of silverware to the Sunderland Corporation by the 463(The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, November 1965


Group photograph of the officers of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1965 Back row: Officer Cadet Vasey, Lieutenant E. Beattie, Lieutenant D.F. Lloyd, Second-Lieutenant R.I. Lish, Lieutenant R.C.T. Reid Second row: Second-Lieutenant R.I. Buckley, Captains R.M. Bland, A.W. Illingworth, G.W. Ellington, R.E. Davies, R.M. Lindsey, and J.R. Heron, Second-Lieutenant D. Bodycomb (?) Front row: Reverend A.F. Lazonby, Majors P.P. Hall, E. Kemp, and W.A.D. Garland, Lieutenant-Colonel J.E. Little, Captain J. Hickey, Major T.M.A. Griffiths, Major J.C. Embleton, Captain J. Crompton


Order of Service to mark the occasion of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, 12 June 1966


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, seated at dinner tables for the Royal Artillery, 50th Division, annual dinner at Woolwich, Kent, September 1965


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , concerning the history of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 17 December 1965


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of soldiers of the County of Durham Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorials), gathered by a convoy of vehicles, c.1965


Newspaper cutting of a recruitment notice for the County of Durham Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorials), c.1965


'Family tree' of the 463 (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, c.1965


Newspaper cutting concerning the new titles given to Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve units, following a reorganisation, c.1967


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of staff of the Dykelands Road Drill Hall, Sunderland, watching an artillery piece being handed over to Army Ordnance, 8 February 1967


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(267)


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/7/10(268)


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Captain J.A. Hickie, right, and Captain C.E.G. Smith, left, of the County of Durham Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorials), c.1967


Group photograph of officers [possibly of the County of Durham Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorials)] at a camp, c.1967


Photograph of two officers, in dress uniform, and a woman, sitting at a dinner table, c.1967


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, and a woman, sitting at a dinner table, making a toast, c.1967


Photograph of two officers, in dress uniform, and two women, sitting at a dinner table, c.1967


Photograph of two officers, in dress uniform, and a woman, sitting at a dinner table, c.1967


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, and a woman, sitting at a dinner table, c.1967


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, lighting a woman's cigarette during a dinner, c.1967


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, and a woman, sharing a joke during a dinner, c.1967


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, and a woman, sitting at a dinner table, c.1967


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, and a man and a woman, socialising during a dinner, c.1967


Photograph of three officers, in dress uniform, and a woman, sitting at a dinner table, c.1967


Photograph of a man and two women waiting to be served during a dinner, c .1967


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, and women, sitting at a dinner table, c.1967


Photograph of an officer, in dress uniform, and a man and a woman, socialising during a dinner, c.1967


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, and women, sitting at a dinner table, c.1967


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, and women, sitting at a dinner table, c.1967


Photograph of a cook and waiting staff, standing by a dinner table in a mess, c.1967


Photograph of a cook standing by a dinner table in a mess, c.1967


Photograph of officers, in dress uniform, seated at a dinner table in a mess, as waiting staff look on, c.1967


Photograph of three cooks [possibly of the County of Durham Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorials)] preparing food, c.1967


Photograph of soldiers [possibly of the County of Durham Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorials)] unloading equipment from a vehicle during a training exercise in the United Kingdom, c.1967


Photograph of soldiers [possibly of the County of Durham Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorials)] attending to a gun during a training exercise in the United Kingdom, c.1967


Photograph of soldiers [possibly of the County of Durham Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorials)] in position around a gun during a training exercise in the United Kingdom, c.1967


Photograph of soldiers [possibly of the County of Durham Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorials)] taking up their positions during a training exercise in the United Kingdom, c.1967


Photograph of an officer, a lance-corporal, and a soldier [possibly of the County of Durham Regiment, Royal Artillery (Territorials)] at a communications post during a training exercise, taken in the United Kingdom, c.1967
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/10(349)

7th Battalion, First World War, 1914 - 1918 (Ref: D/DLI 2/7/11-13)

Register of men of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, killed, wounded or missing, and of burials, promotions and appointments, 26 April 1915 - 12 September 1918 Includes: service numbers
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/11


Christmas greetings card sent to the non-commissioned officers and men of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, from their faithful friends in Sunderland, 1917 Includes: a list of gifts despatched on 27 November 1917, and the names of subscribers, November 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/12


Christmas card of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry Pioneers, including a picture of soldiers in the trenches by Ernest [Ibbetson]; inscribed by 'Billy', 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/13

582nd (The Durham Light Infantry) Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, 1947 - 1955 (Ref: D/DLI 2/7/14)

Copy certificate conferring the freedom of the Borough of Sunderland on the 582nd Durham Light Infantry, Light Anti-Aircraft/Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery, Territorial Army, 10 October 1951 The certificate was presented to the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry Old Comrades' Association, on the occasion of their twenty sixth annual reunion dinner
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/14

Records of 7th Battalion Old Comrades' Association (Ref: D/DLI 2/7/15-17)

Minute book of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry Old Comrades' Association, 15 May 1936 - 12 August 1938 Includes: menus for the reunion dinners of the 20th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 12 February 1935, 26 February 1936, 4 March 1937, 1 March 1939; and menus for the annual dinners of the Roker and Fulwell Branch of the British Legion, 26 February 1934, 4 March 1936, 23 March 1938, 8 March 1939
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/15


Register of members of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry Old Comrades' Association, 1981 - 1982
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/16


Address book of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry Old Comrades' Association, August 1965 - February 1970
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/17

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS OF 7TH BATTALION (Ref: D/DLI 2/7/18-19(118))

Photograph album of the officers' mess of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, late 19th c. and 1907 - July 1923


Photograph of officer William Edward Wilcox, mid 19th century


Photograph of a group of German (?) officers and soldiers, with a British soldier, on a battlefield, c.1914 -1918


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel E. Vaux, Commanding, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on horseback, c.1910 - 1918


Postcard photograph of soldiers of the 3rd Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, lined up on a parade ground at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1907


Postcard photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry on a march at Rothbury, Northumberland, 1910


Group photograph of the officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at Conway Camp, Carnovonshire, July 1914 Back row: Hunt, Errington, Sutcliffe, Bell, Page, Storey, Kirkup, Bowes, Mail, Broadley, Jacks Front row: Purvis, Hines, Bowman, Vaux, Byrne, Wawn, Priestly On ground: Wood, Josephs, Laing, Sayer


Photograph of a detachment of officers and soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with the battalion colours, surrounded by a crowd of onlookers at St Paul's Church, Sunderland, 16 December 1918


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel E. Vaux, Commanding, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with a colour party at the entrance to St Paul's Church, Sunderland, 16 December 1918


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel E. Vaux, right, and Lieutenant-Colonel A.H. Birchall, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, leading soldiers from a railway station in Sunderland, 20 June 1919


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, arriving at Sunderland Town Hall, 20 June 1919


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel A.H. Birchall, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and two colour-sergeants, drawn up in front of Sunderland Town Hall, 20 June 1919


Photograph of Alderman Brown, Deputy Mayor of Sunderland, with Lieutenant-Colonel E. Vaux, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, to his right, delivering an address at Sunderland Town Hall, 20 June 1919


Illustrated Christmas greetings postcard of The Durham Light Infantry, 151st Infantry Brigade, British Expeditionary Force, 1915


Illustrated Christmas greetings postcard of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry Pioneers, 1916


Photograph of officers Presper, left, Laing, centre, and McIntyre, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken in France, 1917


Photograph of Captain A.J. Bell, M.C., 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a trench in France or Belgium, 1914 - 1918


Photograph of officers, Laing, left, Mackinnon, centre, and McIntyre, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in France, 1917


Photograph of officers and soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching up Sunderland High Street during a peace procession, 1919


Photograph of officers Laing, left, Hunt, centre, and Purvis, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing in a tent at Conway, Wales (?), 1914


Photograph of a colour party of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, comprising Lieutenant Foster, left, Sergeant McGahan, centre, and Lieutenant Shepherd, right, [possibly taken in Sunderland], 1919


Photograph of the officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, gathered on the steps of a building, c.1918 - 1919


Photograph of a cross [possibly in a churchyard], n.d.


Photograph of a tree lined road at Scherpenberg, Belgium, 1916


Photograph of Lieutenant G. Nixon, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing at the entrance to a tent at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing on parade at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing at the entrance to a tent at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a group of soldiers of 'A' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel A.H. Birchall, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on horseback, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a group of soldiers of 'B' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing on parade at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of two officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing at a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of three soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, walking through a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a group of soldiers of 'D' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of two soldiers of 'A' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, boxing at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a group of soldiers of 'D' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of Lieutenant A.V. Dickinson, left, and officer Grey, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing outside a tent at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a group of soldiers of 'D' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing in a chair at a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of officers W.F. Laing, left, and Thomas, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, conversing at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of officer Keates, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in civilian dress, playing golf at a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of officers Keates, left, and Bell, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, conversing at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of Captain P. Hickey, left, and Lieutenant G. Nixon, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing in a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of Captain L. Laing, left, Lieutenant G. Nixon, centre, and Lieutenant A.V. Dickinson, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing in a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing in a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920 Left to right: W.H. Liebrecht, J.A. Bell (in chair), Lieutenant G. Nixon (on ground), T.C. Squance


Group photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920 Back row: Captain P. Hickey, W.H. Liebrecht, T.C. Squance, J.P.B. Grey, J.A. Bell, J.C.R. Pacy, Lieutenant A.V. Dickinson Front row: Captain L. Laing, Lieutenant-Colonel A.H. Birchall, A.S. Keates On ground: F.J. Thomas, Lieutenant G. Nixon


Photograph of a group of officers, and a sergeant, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920 Left to right: McGahan, Sergeant Douglas, Lieutenant A.V. Dickinson, Captain L. Laing, Langford


Photograph of the football team of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of officers and dignitaries, on the balcony of a building [possibly to observe a procession], in France or Belgium, n.d.


Photograph of a group of British and French (?) officers on a podium, protected by two soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry, in France or Belgium, n.d.


Photograph of a crowd in a town square in France or Belgium, n.d.


Photograph of a military band marching through a town in France or Belgium, n.d.


Photograph of cadets (?) marching through a town in France or Belgium, n.d.


Photograph of officers Tindle (?), left, 'Jock' Dixon, centre, and Lieutenant-A.H. Birchall, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Neuville Vitasse, France, 1917


Photograph of officer L.G. Shepherd, left, and Lieutenant-A.H. Birchall, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Neuville Vitasse, France, 1917


Photograph of the Mayor of Durham addressing soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry during an Armistice Day parade in the Market Place, Durham, 11 November 1920


Photograph of colours parties of The Durham Light Infantry marching onto Palace Green, Durham, 11 November 1920


Photograph of Major-General Sir Percival Wilkinson taking a salute from soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry, at Palace Green, Durham, 11 November 1920


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry placing colours on a pile of drums at Palace Green, Durham, 11 November 1920


Photograph of the Bishop of Durham consecrating colours at Palace Green, Durham, 11 November 1920


Photograph of a group of senior officers and dignitaries, including the Earl of Durham, Major-General Sir Percival Wilkinson, and Sir Arthur Francis Pease, High Sheriff, observing a colours ceremony at Palace Green, Durham, 11 November 1920


Photograph of two officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and guests, outside a drill hall, taken after a memorial unveiling ceremony at Livingstone Road, Sunderland, c.1920 Left to right: Major A.S. Keates, Mrs. Walter Raine, Mrs. A.H. Birchall, Lieutenant-Colonel A.H. Birchall, Councillor Walter Raine, Mayor of Sunderland


Photograph of Major C.W. Hines, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, killed in action 24 May 1915


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Gateshead, 1915 Standing: Greenwood, Bowes, Hickey Seated: Adamson


Group photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Gateshead, 1915 Back row: Bell, Sayer, Bowes, Kirkup, Adamson, McIntyre, Hickey, Greenwood, Broadley Front row: Hunt, Mail, Spain, Vaux, Hines, Errington, Sutcliffe


Photograph, captioned When mans work is done ... , showing Lieutenant-Colonel Vaux, Commanding, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 'riding' Major Bowman at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1912


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1912 Left to right: Greenwood, Milbank, Nicholl, Vaux, Bowman, Spain


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1912 Left to right: Heslop, Wawn, Jones, Mail, Bowman, Greenwood, Errington, Hines, Wardle


Photograph of officer P.M. Greenwood, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing at the entrance to a tent [possibly taken at Scarborough, Yorkshire], c.1912


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing by a row of carriages at Gateshead, 1915 Left to right: Kirkup, Foster, Hopper, Greenwood, Taylor, Bowes


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp [possibly at Scarborough, Yorkshire], c.1912 Left to right: L. Laing, T.A. Page, A.R. Williamson, T.T. Nesbitt


Photograph of Captain Byrne, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, reading military law to soldiers of the battalion at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1912


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade [possibly at Scarborough, Yorkshire], c.1912


Photograph of Captain Byrne, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, reading military law to soldiers of the battalion at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1912


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing by a row of carriages at Gateshead, c.1915 Left to right: McIntyre, K. Taylor, Adamson, Reverend Purvis, P. Hickey


Photograph of officer J.R. Goodrick, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry [killed in action 1 January 1917], at Mametz Wood, France, c.1916


Photograph of officers Heslop, Laing, and McIntyre, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing with a group of civilians outside battalion headquarters near Fletre, Belgium, May 1916


Photograph of Major W.D.C. Hunt, Military Cross, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Mametz Wood, France, December 1916


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in the vicinity of a church at Dranoutre, Belgium, 1915


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel E. Vaux, Commanding, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on horseback, at Scherpenberg, Belgium, 1916


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a trench, at Armentières, France, July 1915


Photograph of Captain J. Bell, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at Mametz Wood, France, December 1916


Photograph of officers Heslop, left, Vaux, centre, and Broadley, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with two young girls and a pony, at a camp near Fletre, Belgium, May 1916


Photograph of officers Broadley, left, McIntyre, centre, and Heslop, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Mametz Wood, France, December 1916


Photograph of soldier 'Barney' McArdle, Military Service Medal, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, playing the piano in a trench at Armentières, France, c.1915


Photograph, captioned A problem picture ..., showing a view of soldiers in a field near Baiseux, France, 1916


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Armentières, France, July 1915


Photograph, captioned L. Bennett , showing two officers in a garden, n.d.


Photograph of a camp at La Clytte, Belgium, April 1916


Photograph of soldier Smallman (?), on horseback, and Corporal Thompson, standing by a carriage at Morcourt, France, March 1917


Photograph of soldiers of 'C' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade at Armentières, France, September 1915


Photograph of a farm boy using dogs to pull a plough in France or Belgium, c.1915 - 1918


Photograph of a billet at Vlamertinghe, Belgium, April 1915


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel Vaux, Commanding, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, entering a billet at Armentières, France, c.1915


Photograph of officer Hunt, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a camp in France or Belgium, c.1915 - 1918


Photograph of a battlefield at High Wood, France, October 1916


Photograph of the interior of Heninel Church, taken in France, June 1917


Photograph of soldier Wallace, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in the entrance of officer Hunt's hut, taken at Mametz Wood, France, 1916


Photograph of 'A' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, officers' mess, taken at Mametz Wood, France, November 1916


Photograph of officers Heslop, left, and Bell, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at Mametz Wood, France, 1916


Photograph of a trough in a field at Scherpenberg, Belgium, 1916


Photograph of a German observation post in a tree top at Bazentin, France, November 1916


Photograph of trenches at Armentières, France, 1915


Photograph of a ruined building at Ypres, Belgium, c.1915 - 1918


Photograph of officer Broadley, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, receiving a haircut from soldier Emmerson at Scherpenberg, Belgium, May 1916


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in the vicinity of a church at Dranoutre, Belgium, 1915


Photograph, captioned Sandy with caravan ..., showing a group of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing at the entrance of a caravan at Fricourt Farm, France, October 1916


Photograph of two soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, competing in a sports event near Fletre, Belgium, May 1916


Group photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at La Clytte, Belgium, May 1916 Named officers are: Forster, Dobson, Birchall, Dalziel, Thompson, Polce, Kierl, Goodrick, Readhead, Laing, Thompson, Heslop, Short, Welsh, McLennan, Walker, Pickersgill, McIntyre, and Scott


Photograph of a building [possibly at Armentières, France], c .1915


Photograph of the ruins of Ypres Cloth Hall, Belgium, c.1915 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing in the vicinity of a church [possibly at Dranoutre, Belgium], c.1915


Photograph of a battlefield, taken in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of officer Prest (?), 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, having a wash (?) outside a building at Armentières, France, September 1915


Photograph of a church in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a battlefield in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph, captioned Mining operations ... , showing soldiers working in a trench at Armentières, France, 1915


Photograph of soldiers gathered around the edge of a crater at La Boisselle, France, 1 July 1916


Photograph of soldiers of 'A' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing behind sandbags at Ridgewood, Belgium, May 1916


Photograph of soldiers resting at a roadside in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer sitting outside a hut in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of a camp in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in the doorways of a camp building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a soldier on a motorcycle [possibly in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918]


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th, and the 9th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, competing in a football match at Mametz Wood, France, 1916


Photograph of a soldier leaning out of a hut at Scherpenberg, Belgium, 1916


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on guard duty outside a building at Fletre, Belgium, 1916


Photograph of ruined buildings at Ypres, Belgium, 1915 - 1918


Photograph of an officer holding a puppy in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of a banner (?) placed across a road at Armentières, France, 1915


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, competing in a 'sack race' [possibly near Fletre, Belgium, c.1916]


Photograph of two soldiers standing inside a church in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of a soldier holding a horse in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of officers, on horseback, foot, and motorcycle, resting near a roadside house in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of two soldiers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] working in an outbuilding in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of two soldiers standing in the vicinity of a water tower at Ypres, Belgium, c.1915 - 1918


Photograph of two guns on a battlefield in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of a building [possibly used as a headquarters] in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a pond in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of ruined buildings at Ypres, Belgium, 1915 - 1918


Photograph of a farmer in a farmyard at Meteren, France, 1916


Photograph of carriages lined up outside a building in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of three officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, walking through a ruined town in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of two dead bodies [of a soldier and a horse (?)] on the battlefield at High Wood, France, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers travelling by boat along a canal, which is passing through a town in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a ruined building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of mounted soldiers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] competing in a sports event at Meteren, France, 1916


Photograph of a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a chateau at Ypres, Belgium, c.1915 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] guarding the entrance to a 'hospice civil' at Armentières, France, c.1916


Photograph of soldiers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] in a boat on a stream in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] looking out from a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of graves on a battlefield in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of a soldier and a boy looking up a tree in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of a group of officers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] outside a building, with a woman and two young girls, in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a column of soldiers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] marching along a road in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldier Yates (?), 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, holding a horse in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of officers Williamson, left, and Foster, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, pretending to capture officer Bennett, centre, in a German uniform at Scherpenberg, Belgium, 1916


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, ready to parade in a courtyard in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an abandoned railway track in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of mounted soldiers transporting a carriage along a road in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] on parade in open countryside in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a house and garden in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a tree-lined waterway in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a man unloading supplies from a canal boat in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of three women standing in a garden in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a street in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers taking up positions near a windmill in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a pond (?) [possibly in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918]


Photograph of a soldier guarding the entrance to a building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] on horseback in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] standing near a snow covered trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a canal running through a town in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer, right, and a soldier, left, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a street in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel E. Vaux, left, and soldier Connor, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing on a battlefield, after burying soldiers of the Northumberland Fusiliers at High Wood, France, November 1916


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on horseback in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on horseback in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, possibly receiving mail from a soldier in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing at a camp in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a group of officers of The Durham Light Infantry, including officer Bradford, left, and Hill, right, having dinner around a table in France or Belgium, December 1915


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing by a tent in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph, captioned Scabie (?) parade , showing soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, undressing at a camp in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, scrutinising a plant in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting behind a wall in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of the ruins of Ypres Cloth Market, Belgium, c.1915- 1918


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with a horse in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of two officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, loading a mortar in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of mounted soldiers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] competing in a sports event at Meteren, France, 1916


Photograph of an officer inspecting a group of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a courtyard in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a farm boy using dogs to pull a plough in France or Belgium, c.1915 - 1918


Photograph of the ruins of Ypres Cathedral Tower, Belgium, c.1915- 1918


Photograph of the graves of soldiers from the Canadian Expeditionary Force in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a fortified position in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer in a military cemetery in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of two soldiers standing in the interior of a church in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a railway track running by a ruined building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of two officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing by a mortar in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of two men, and a young girl, sitting on the steps of a building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an army band playing at a camp at Scherpenberg, Belgium, c .1916


Photograph of a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers at a camp in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in the courtyard of a building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a ruined building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a house and garden in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a ruined building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a camp in a culvert [possibly at Bazentin-le-Petit, France], c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of three officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, sitting in a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing beside soldiers' graves in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a camp in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of three officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, sitting in a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, sitting in a bandstand in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a ruined building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a ruined building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of two officers sitting with two men, and young girl, by a pond in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of three soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, holding horses in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a blockhouse in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of graveyard crosses placed against a wall in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching along a road in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a group of officers outside a building in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers in a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of buildings by a canal in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a defensive position behind a wall in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of a view from a defensive position in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of two soldiers behind a defensive position in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of two officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, examining a mortar in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a view from a defensive position in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] resting at roadside in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a view from a defensive position in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of two trucks driving along a road in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] marching along a road in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, working on a hillside above a camp in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a canal running through a town in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, looking into a storage tank in a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a battlefield in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] standing between two mounted officers, near a church in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a camp in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers standing around the edge of a crater at La Boisselle, France, 1 July 1916


Photograph of a village in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a house in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers standing around the edge of a crater at La Boisselle, France, 1 July 1916


Photograph of a soldier [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] attending to two kilns in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, climbing up an observation post [possibly at Bazentin, France], c.1916


Photograph of a soldier of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a trench [named 'Marble Arch'] in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of ruined farm buildings in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of two officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a mortar, positioned in a trench in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of trenches near a windmill in France or Belgium, c .1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers taking up positions near a windmill in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a church in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a camp in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of Amiens Cathedral, France, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a pier, n.d.


Photograph of a trench in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of a camp in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of ship's deck, n.d.


Photograph of a soldier of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on horseback, pulling a carriage in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, pouring himself a drink outside a hut in France or Belgium, c.1914 - 1918


Photograph of soldiers, and recruits, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Laing, second left, Lieutenant-Colonel A.H. Birchall, centre, and Captain Thomas, second right, standing on a parade ground in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of soldiers, and recruits, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, displaying their rifles in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of a service at a camp in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of recruits of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing on a parade field during a service in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of Laing, left, and Captain Thomas, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of two officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a field in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing on a parade field during a service in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of recruits of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, undergoing rifle training at a range in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of recruits of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, performing 'press-ups' in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of three officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, by a motorcar in the United Kingdom, c.1921


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and two men, about to begin a football match in the United Kingdom, c.1921


Photograph of three officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a motorcar in the United Kingdom, c.1921


Photograph of an sergeant of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, instructing recruits in the use of a rifle in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of recruits of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, entering a barracks hut in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of recruits of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, led by an officer and two sergeants, marching across a field in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of recruits of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and a sailor, undergoing physical drill (?) on a field in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of recruits of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching onto a field in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of a man in football kit holding a trophy in the United Kingdom, c.1921


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, laying on the ground in a field in the United Kingdom, c.1921


Photograph of a group of men standing beside a trophy placed on a table in the United Kingdom, c.1921


Photograph of group of officers and soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Company Sergeant-Major Wisham (?), left, and Lieutenant-Colonel A.H. Birchall, second left, standing in a field in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, handing a trophy to a footballer in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and a man in civilian dress, standing around a motorcar in the United Kingdom, c.1921


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing a trophy placed on a table in the United Kingdom, 1921


Photograph of the football team of 'B' (?) Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, winners of the Colonel Reid Cup, 1921


Photograph of two officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a field in the United Kingdom, c.1921


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Whitburn, 1921


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, leaving Bishopwearmouth Church, c.1922


Photograph of a group of senior officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, observing marching soldiers at Sunderland, c.1922


Group photograph, captioned 'B' Company Defence Force , taken outside a barracks hut [possibly at Catterick, North Yorkshire], c .1923


Photograph of an officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on horseback at Catterick, North Yorkshire, c.1923


Group photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick, North Yorkshire, c.1923


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a camp at Catterick, North Yorkshire, c.1923


Photograph of the football team of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick, North Yorkshire, c.1923


Group photograph of unidentified officers in the United Kingdom, c.1923


Photograph of Company Sergeant-Major Langford, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing outside a barracks building at Catterick, North Yorkshire, 1923


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in fancy dress, marching across a field during a sports day at Catterick, North Yorkshire, 23 June 1923


Photograph of a lieutenant of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, pushing a sword into the ground at Catterick, North Yorkshire, 1923


Photograph, captioned Return from Catterick¦ , showing soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a parade ground [possibly at Sunderland], 1 July 1923


Photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a field during a sports day at Catterick, North Yorkshire, 23 June 1923


Photograph, captioned Return from Catterick , showing soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a parade ground [possibly at Sunderland], 1 July 1923


Photograph of Company Sergeant-Major Langford, left, and Company Quartermaster-Sergeant Harding, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing outside a barracks building at Catterick, North Yorkshire, 1923


Photograph of officers Parker, left, and Strother, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, sitting on a moor [possibly at Catterick, North Yorkshire, 1923]


Photograph of an officer, and a sergeant, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, supervising soldiers on a parade ground [possibly at Sunderland], 1923


Photograph, captioned Return from Catterick, showing soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a parade ground [possibly at Sunderland], 1 July 1923


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, about to begin an apple bobbing competition during a sports day at Catterick, North Yorkshire, 23 June 1923


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, about to begin an apple bobbing competition during a sports day at Catterick, North Yorkshire, 23 June 1923


Photograph of a group of German officers standing near a biplane on an landing ground [possibly taken in France or Belgium], c.1914 -1918


Photograph, captioned The Italian Front ... , showing an aerial view of a mountain range, 1918


Photograph of an aerial view of shell craters behind British lines, taken to the west of Ypres, Belgium, c.1915 - 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/18(319)


Photograph album of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the annual training camps in North Yorkshire, 1923 - 1936


Photograph of 'C' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of Captain R. Horan, left, Captain Thomas, middle, and Lieutenant L. Strother, all of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, acting as judges at battalion sports event in Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of Colonel A.H.B. Birchall, M.C., 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of soldiersof the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Sergeant Carol, taking part in an apple bobbing competition, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1923 Back row: Lieutenant Strother, Squance, Wilson, unidentified, Hickey, unidentified, unidentified Front row: Liebrecht, Quartermaster McBeath, W.F. Laing, Colonel Birchall, Thomas, L. Laing, Captain R. Horan On ground: Rowston, Pell, Wilcox


Photograph of Captain Parker, right, and Captain Hola, left, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of a Durham Light Infantry band [possibly of the 7th Battalion], at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of an officers' cricket team, taken at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924 Back row: Padgett, Parker, unidentified, Johnson, Peckston, Squance, Horan Front row: Robson, unidentified, unidentified, Rowston, Hickey


Photograph of Major L. Laing, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of an officers' tug-of-war team, competing against a sergeants' team at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of a group of officers outside a tent at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of T.C. Squance, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, going out to bat during a cricket game [possibly taken at Ripon, Yorkshire,] c. 1924


Photograph of Officers Johnson, right, Horan, middle, and L. Laing, left, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in an encampment at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of a group of officers, and civilian men, sitting in a field, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of Officers Horan, right, Birchall, middle, and L. Laing, left, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in cricket whites and blazers [possibly taken at Ripon, Yorkshire,] c.1924


Photograph of L. Laing, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in the background, with another officer, on a firing range, c.1923-1936


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, arriving at Richmond, Yorkshire, and proceeding to an annual camp, 1923


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, arriving at Richmond, Yorkshire, and proceeding to an annual camp, 1923


Photograph of warrant officers and sergeants of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon camp, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of 'C' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon camp, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of officers and non-commissioned officers of 'D' Company, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon camp, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of a group of Durham Light Infantry officers and non-commissioned officers, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of a group of officers [possibly at Palace Green, Durham], n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of the Durham Light Infantry Colours, taken in Durham Cathedral, n.d., c. 1923-1936


Photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, leading their colours, and men, through a city street [possibly Elvet Bridge, Durham], n.d., c. 1923-1936


Photograph of Captain Thomas, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d., c. 1923-1936


Photograph of soldiers marching down a street, on their way to a camp at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of Major W.F. Laing, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in civilian dress, at the wheel of a car, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph, captioned The Ball. Mascot, showing a dog outside a tent, c.1923-1936


Photograph, captioned Learning how to send messages to airplanes , showing a group of officers, at an encampment, round a signal, n.d., c .1923-1936


Photograph of a group of officers, in civilian dress, standing round a car, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of a group of officers, in civilian dress, sitting in a car, with a woman at the wheel, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of officers, G.M. Johnson, left, shaving, and L. Strother, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing outside a tent [possibly at Ripon, Yorkshire], n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of Durham Light Infantry soldiers leading a funeral procession down a lane, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of soldiers at a funeral procession, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of officers escorting a coffin on a horse-drawn carriage, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d., c.1923-1936 Back row: G.M. Johnson, L. Robson, T.C. Squance, J.G. Peckston, W.E. Blackburn, L. Strother Front row: F.M. Smith, F.J. Thomas, C.D. Bowdrey, W.F. Laing, R. Horan, C.W. Wilson, P. Hickey On ground: G.S.F. Ritson, H. Pell, Bandmaster


Photograph of Captain C.W. Wilson, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in civilian clothes, sitting outside his tent, at an encampment, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of officers G.L. Robson, G.M. Johnson, and G.S.F. Ritson, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in cricket whites and blazers, at a camp [possibly at Ripon, Yorkshire], n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of three unidentified men in fancy dress costumes [possibly at Ripon, Yorkshire], n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of officer R.Horan, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, wearing a bath towel, at a camp, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of men taking part in a tug of war competition, at a camp, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of officer P. Hickey, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, wearing a dressing gown, at a camp, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of a band [possibly of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry], marching down a road, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of officer W.F. Laing, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, sitting outside a tent, at a camp, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of Captain C.D. Bowdrey, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of an officer inspecting soldiers, outside the barracks hut of the Bugle Band of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of an officer [possibly Captain Bowdery, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry], on a horse, outside a barracks hut, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1927 Back row: K.W. Black, W.B. Allen, G.F.S. Ritson, L. Robson, R.D. Nelson, W.E. Blackburn, A.C. Dixon Middle row: O'Brien, J.G. Peckston, P. Hickey, T.C. Squance, G.M. Johnson, J Iliff, L. Strother Front row: C.W. Wilson, L. Laing, W.F. Laing, C.D. Bowdrey, F.J. Thomas, R. Horan


Photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in civilian clothes, at a camp [possibly at Ripon, Yorkshire], n.d., c.1923-1936 Back row: J.G. Peckston, R. Williamson Front row: R. Horan, W.F. Laing, C.D. Bowdrey


Photograph of officers, W.E. Blackburn, L. Strother, G.S.F. Ritson, and G.M. Johnson, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry taking part in an apple bobbing competition, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, outside a tent, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of soldiers lined up in a parade ground, in a town, n.d., c .1923-1936


Photograph of soldiers lined up in a parade ground, in a town, n.d., c .1923-1936


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at Marske, Yorkshire, 1928 Back row: W.B. Allen, Hodgson, L. Robson, L. Strother, G.M. Johnson, J.G. Peckston, R.D. Nelson, J. Storey, J Iliff Front row: F.J. Thomas, L. Laing, W.F. Laing, C.D. Bowdrey, R. Horan, P. Hickey On ground: G.F.S. Ritson, K.W. Black, A.C. Dixon


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in civilian clothes, sitting outside a house, taken at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1929 Left to right: K.W. Black, G.M. Johnson, R. Horan, W.E. Blackburn, J. Iliff, J. Storey, T.C. Squance, F.J. Thomas, C.D. Bowdrey, L. Laing, G.S.F. Ritson, W.F. Laing, R.D. Nelson, G.L. Robson, L. Shotten, J.G. Peckston, W.B. Allen


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1929 Left to right: Lieutenant-Colonel Laing, Captain Peckston, Captain Johnson, Captain O'Brien, Lieutenant Drew, Captain Horan, Captain Wilson


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel Laing, M.C., 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing outside a tent, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting by a hedgerow, n.d., c.1923-1936 Left to right: W.F. Laing, G.M. Johnson, L. Laing, O'Brien, J. Iliff, W.B. Allen, J. Storey


Photograph of officer, L. Shotton, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, asleep on a camp bed, in a tent, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of soldiers crossing a kapok bridge across a river, n.d., c .1923-1936


Photograph of a boxing match, taken at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1929


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, putting up a camp at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1929


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, putting up a camp at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1929


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, putting up a camp at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1929


Photograph of Sergeant G. Potts, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, receiving the Territorial Efficiency Medal from Brigade Commander, Colonel, The Honourable, Hoare Ruthven, June 1930


Photograph of an inspection by Brigade Commander, Colonel, The Honourable, Hoare Ruthven, June 1930


Photograph of Sergeant J. Wilson, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, receiving the Territorial Efficiency Medal from Brigade Commander, Colonel, The Honourable, Hoare Ruthven, June 1930


Photograph of Colonel Spain, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Mrs. Spain, and friends, at a sports' day at Catterick, Yorkshire, July-August 1930


Photograph of women competing in an egg and spoon race, taken at Catterick, Yorkshire, July-August 1930 Left to right: Mrs. Drinkeld, Miss Storey, Miss Ross, Miss Blackburn


Photograph of officer, R.D. Nelson, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, competing in a long jump competition at Catterick, Yorkshire, July-August 1930


Photograph of officer, R.D. Nelson, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, competing in a high jump competition at Catterick, Yorkshire, July-August 1930


Photograph of an obstacle race at Catterick, Yorkshire, July-August 1930


Photograph of a tug of war competition, between 'H.Q.W.' and 'A' Company at Catterick, Yorkshire, July-August 1930


Photograph of Mrs. Laing presenting prizes at a sports' day at Catterick, Yorkshire, July-August 1930


Photograph, captioned The P.M.C. and Secretary at work - as usual , showing two men, at a desk, in front of a tent, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of the cricket team of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with members of the 'Sunderland Eleven' cricket team, at a camp, n.d., c.1923-1936 Back row: Rawlins, Thompson, Piper, Allan, Peck, Strother, Colonel Pickersgill, Drew, Bean, Johnson Middle row: Wilson, Major Horan, Squance, Colonel Laing, Bowmen, Jobling, Robson Front row: Storey, Gregg, Dixon, Robson, Ritson, Eccles, Hood


Photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in civilian dress, at a camp, n.d., c.1923-1936 Left to right: Allan, Wilcox, G.M. Johnson, R. Horan, 'C.O.', Simpson


Photograph of a demonstration by the Royal Tank Corps, n.d., c .1923-1936


Photograph of a corporal and three soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a railway carriage, returning from training camp, 1930


Photograph of King George V inspecting soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on the Tyne Bridge, 1929


Photograph of the opening of an enlarged drill hall, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of three senior army officers, Graham, Harrington, and Robson, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1933 Back row: Macpherson (Staff College), G.S.F. Ritson, Russell, Cox, Hope, Allan, J. Iliff, K.W. Black, McNaughton, Kirby Front row: Cherry, Eccles, W.E. Blackburn, J.G. Peckston, R. Horan, L. Laing, Norman, T.C. Squance, L. Strother, J. Storey, Drew


Photograph of an aerial view of a camp at Marske, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1934


Photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and a mayor, at a prize giving ceremony, 1934 Left to right: Iliff, Greenwell, Colonel Bowes, T.C. Squance, R. Horan, Mayor Ditchburn, L. Laing


Photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, T.C. Squance, left, and Norman, middle, with Mayor Ditchburn, right, among a crowd of onlookers, standing round a car, n.d., [1935]


Photograph of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, T.C. Squance, left, and Norman, middle, with Mayor Ditchburn, right, among a crowd of onlookers, standing round the bonnet of a car, registration no: BMM 546, [1935]


Photograph of Company Sergeant-Major Prior, left, Colonel W.B. Greenwell, middle, and officer, K.W. Black, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at an inspection and presentation, 1936


Photograph of Colonel W.B. Greenwell, left, officers, K.W. Black, second left, Lieutenant-Colonel, R. Horan, third left, and T.C. Squance, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at an inspection and presentation, 1936


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel R. Horan, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, receiving a medal from Colonel W.B. Greenwell, at an inspection and presentation, 1936


Photograph of Sergeant Hope, left, Colonel W.B. Greenwell, middle, and officer, Norman, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at an inspection and presentation, 1936


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching onto a road [possibly at the end of an inspection and presentation], 1936


Photograph, captioned Going to Camp , showing soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching past a crowd of onlookers, in Sunderland, [possibly to a railway station], 1936


Photograph of Dr. McNaughton, left, and officer, K.W. Black, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, right, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936


Photograph of officer, Norman, left, and Lieutenant-Colonel Horan, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, right, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936


Photograph of Colonel. W.B. Greenwell, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel R. Horan, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a tin bath, outside a tent at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936


Photograph of officer, Norman, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in civilian clothes at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing at a camp at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936 Left to right: A.C. Dixon, K.W. Black, Steel, Bell, Hope, Iliff


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936 Back row: Bell, J. Storey, Mair, G.S.F. Ritson, A.C. Dixon, Hope Front row: Steel, Russell, McNaughton, Kirkup


Photograph of officers, Bell, Hope, and McNaughton, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, jokingly drinking from beer bottles at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936


Photograph of officer, J. Iliff, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing at a camp at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936


Photograph of a group of officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936 Back row: Bell, J. Storey, Mair, G.S.F. Ritson, A.C. Dixon, Hope Front row: Steel, Russell, McNaughton, Kirkup


Photograph of officers, McNaughton, right, with flowers, and Hope, right, of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing at a camp at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936


Photograph of officers, soldiers and veterans of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching along a street, n.d., c.1923-1936 Solderies named are: P. Marr, R.Q.M.S., Holton, Squance, Drew


Photograph of a group of officers and non commissioned officers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching down a street, n.d., c.1923-1936 Left to right: T.C. Squance, Sergeant Bell, Sergeant Budd, Storey, Quartermaster- Sergeant Hardy, Bell, Sergeant Taylor, Russell, Sergeant Foster


Photograph of Colonel J. Spain, Honorary Colonel of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d., 1926-1935


Photograph of an unidentified Durham Light Infantry soldier on a horse, captioned Blossom, 1926


Photograph of soldiers of 'A' Company of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, winners of Spain Cup [Drill and Turnout competition], 1930


Photograph of the football team of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1928


Photograph of officers and soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, showing the competitors lined up for the start of a machine gun competition at a Brigade Rifle Meeting, n.d., c.1923-1936


Photograph of soldiers of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, unloading posts from a truck at Catterick, Yorkshire, n.d., c.1923-1936 Left to right: Drew, unidentified, unidentified, Anderson, Sergeant Nicholson, Sergeant Boxer, Crimson, Peacock, Green, Hodgson, Close, unidentified


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel R. Horan, left, wearing a towel, and officers, McLaren and Leybourne of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in swimsuits, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936


Photograph of officer T.C. Squance, 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at entrance to a tent at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936


Photograph of a painting, in a frame [of Major Lord A. Vane Tempest, Commanding Officer of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1859-1862], painting executed, n.d.; photograph taken, n.d. (1 album, leather bound) PHOTOGRAPHS

Photographs of the 7th Battalion, 1908 - 1914 (Ref: D/DLI 2/7/20-25)

Postcard photograph of a group of soldiers of the 3rd Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, probably at Ripon camp, Yorkshire, n.d. [1907]
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/20


Postcard of the colours of the Sunderland Volunteer Infantry, presented by Lady Milbanke on 2 November 1803, now in the possession of the Sunderland Rifles, n.d. [1909]
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/21


Postcard of the colours of the Sunderland Volunteer Infantry, presented by Lady Milbanke in 1803; sent by 'Fred', 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, South Shields, to Mr. Herbert J. Tuffs, 19 New Road, Gaywood, King's Lynn, Norfolk, saying that he will write shortly, 16 November 1909
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/22


Postcard of soldiers and the colours of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry; sent by 'Fred', Conway, Caernarvonshire, to Mr. Herbert J. Tuffs, Britannia Villa, Queen's Avenue, King's Lynn, Norfolk, saying 'what do you think of the present crisis, am at camp, Conway, Caernarvonshire, and practically mobilized', 31 July 1914
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/23


Postcard of a soldier and the colours of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry; sent by 'Fred', Sunderland, to Mr. H.J. Tuffs, Britannia Villa, Queen's Avenue, King's Lynn, Norfolk, saying 'now mobilized 1020 strong', 8 August 1914
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/24


Postcard of the colours of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry; sent by 'Fred', South Shields, to Mr. H.J. Tuffs, 19 New Road, Gaywood, King's Lynn, Norfolk, giving news of his moving house, 30 August 1910
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/25

Photographs of the 7th Battalion, First World War, 1914 - 1918 (Ref: D/DLI 2/7/26-28)

Postcard photograph of the teams and spectators at the football match between the Army (represented by the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry), and the Navy, on Sunderland Town Moor, n.d. [1914 - 1918]
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/26


Group photograph of sergeants of the 2/7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, [ c. 1916] Front row: Lance-Sergeant J.D. Bellett; Sergeant G. Matthews; Lance-Sergeant R. Oughton; Sergeant F. Nasby; Sergeant A. Powis; Sergeant G. Pearson Second row: Company Quartermaster-Sergeant T. Croisdale; Colour-Sergeant J.W. Hay; Company Sergeant-Major G. Noall; Company Sergeant-Major O.E. Bootes; Regimental Sergeant-Major W.E. Holmes; Captain and Adjutant E.R. Troughton; Lieutenant-Colonel and Honorary-Colonel H.J. Sowerby, D.S.O.; Major P.P. Wilson; Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant R.E. Johnson; Company Sergeant-Major W. Defty; Company Quartermaster-Sergeant M. Douglas; Company Quartermaster-Sergeant N. Finney; Sergeant T. Estill Third row: Sergeant W. Jacobs; Sergeant T. Spoors; Sergeant G. Mordue; Sergeant T. Robson; Sergeant J. Storey; Sergeant R. Storey; Sergeant T. Allison; Sergeant J. McCabe; Sergeant G. Miller; Sergeant E. Oxley; Sergeant J. Napier; Sergeant A. Sharp; Sergeant T. Prince; Sergeant T. Jones Back row: Sergeant R. Pearson; Sergeant T. Whiteside; Sergeant T. Connor; Sergeant A. Thompson; Sergeant J. Gibson; Sergeant E. Dickenson; Lance Sergeant J. Heal; Sergeant W. Lawson; Sergeant H. Pattison; Lance-Sergeant W. Birlison; Sergeant E.J. Haswell
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/27


Postcard photograph of an officer in winter dress and skis, signed by a Captain [signature illegible], N.R.E.F., [North Russia Expeditionary Force], n.d. [ post 7 October 1918]
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/28

Photographs of the 7th Battalion, 1919 - 1936 (Ref: D/DLI 2/7/29-31)

Postcard photograph of warrant officers and sergeants of the 7th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon Camp, Yorkshire, 1924, sent by 'Dad' to Miss Louise B. Thomas, 29 Belmont Road, Beckenham, Kent, 10 August 1924
Document format of D/DLI 2/7/29


Photograph of the non-commissioned officers of 'A' Company, [7th Battalion], The Durham Light Infantry, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1927
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Photograph of the tent of the medical officer of the [7th Battalion], The Durham Light Infantry, on camp, n.d., [1927] (1 photograph, 9 cm. x 10 cm., sepia) 8TH BATTALION As 1st Administrative Battalion Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps (1860 - 1880) As 7th Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps (1880) As 4th Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps (1880 - 1887) As 4th Volunteer Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (1887 - 1908) As 8th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (TF) (1908 - 1920) 1/8th Battalion (1914 - 1918) 2/8th Battalion (1914 - 1917) 3/8th Battalion (1915 - 1916) As 8th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (TA) (1920 - 1947) 1/8th Battalion (1939 - 1944) 2/8th formed 11th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (TA) As 8th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (TA), amalgamated with 11th Battalion The Durham Light) Infantry (TA) (1947 - 1967) In 1967 amalgamated with 6th Battalion to form 6th/8th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (TA) RECORDS OF SERVICE OF 8TH BATTALION

War Diaries (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/1-6)

War diary of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1 September 1939 - 29 June 1940
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/1


War diary of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 2 July 1940 - 30 April 1941
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War diary of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1 September 1941 - 31 August 1943
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War diary of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1 September 1943 - 31 March 1944
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/4


War diary (duplicate copy) of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1 April 1944 - 30 April 1945; 1 July - 30 November 1945; 1 - 15 January 1946
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/5


Copy war diary of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1 December 1941 - 30 September 1942; and 1 August - 28 December 1944
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/6

Order Books (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/7)

Permanent orders, copy No. 2, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, (T.A.), n.d. [1964], amended to 1966
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/7

Muster Rolls (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/8-10)

Muster roll book of the 1st and 2nd Company, 13th Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps, Birtley, 1 May 1860 - 4 August 1874
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/8


Muster roll of the 13th Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps, c. 1872 - 1881
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/9


Muster roll book of 'H' Company, 4th Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps, later 'F' Company [Birtley], 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, later 'B' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1 May 1860 - 14 November 1914; 1920
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/10

Battalion Histories and Scrapbooks (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/11-17)

Scrapbook of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, containing watercolours and pen and ink sketches of events in the Battalion's history, by C.L. [possibly Col. Rev. C. Lomax], and photographs, including some of the 2nd Volunteer Service Company, 1st Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, during the South African War, 1901 - 1917


Watercolour illustration of The Durham Light Infantry insignia, and a mascot dog, c.1901 - 1917


Verse entitled Ballade of Invitation to 'Terriers' of the 8th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, 1909


Photograph of three soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry standing at an observation post in South Africa, c.1901


Photograph of a soldier of The Durham Light Infantry standing beside a gun in South Africa, c.1901


Photograph of a soldier of The Durham Light Infantry holding the firing mechanism of a gun in South Africa, c.1901


Photograph of a soldier of The Durham Light Infantry at an observation post at Botha's Kraal, South Africa, c.1901


Photograph of a blockhouse at Houtpoort, South Africa, c.1901


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry leading oxen across a river in South Africa, c.1901


Photograph, captioned 2nd Service Company, Durham Light Infantry, acting rearguard , showing soldiers sitting, on a riverbank, near a bridge in South Africa, c.1901


Photograph, captioned Benson's Guns , showing soldiers standing beside a gun in South Africa, c.1901


Photograph, captioned On trek , showing three soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry, sitting beside a carriage, taking refreshment in South Africa, c.1901


Watercolour illustration, captioned Bank Holiday, Blackhall Rocks, 1909, The Dress for Mess Dinner under difficulties ..., 1909


Watercolour illustration, captioned Bank Holiday, Blackhall Rocks, 1909 ..., showing a woman and two children observing officers having dinner, 1909


Sketch, captioned 8th Durham Light Infantry Officers Mess 'on trek', c.1901 - 1917


Sketch, captioned The 8th Durham Light Infantry 'plodge' ..., c.1901 - 1917


Sketch, captioned The 8th Durham Light Infantry officers 'on trek' ..., c. 1901 - 1917


Sketch, captioned The 'Cheer O' boys capture a deserter ..., c. 1901 - 1917


Sketch, captioned Officers' bivouacs, c.1901 - 1917


Watercolour illustration, entitled M... Scouts, Ripon, 1908


Watercolour illustration of a man and a woman offering bananas and chocolate to soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry on exercise in Conway, Caernarvonshire, c.1905


Watercolour illustration, captioned Misfortune makes strange bedfellows..., c. 1907


Watercolour illustration, captioned A rag mat, a luxury!, c.1907


Watercolour illustration, captioned Night Manoeuvres at West Tanfield, Ripon ..., c. 1907


Watercolour illustration, captioned The Attack on Ripon Parks ..., c. 1907


Watercolour illustration, captioned Get a sleep where you can ..., c. 1907


Watercolour illustration, captioned Rothbury Manoeuvres ..., 1910


Watercolour illustration, entitled Site of Camp on Simon Side, Rothbury, 1910


Sketch, captioned Scene, Scarboro Camp ..., c. 1912


Photograph of officers and soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry gathered around a fire in a forest clearing at Scarborough, Yorkshire, August 1912


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry gathered around a fire in a forest clearing at Scarborough, Yorkshire, August 1912


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry gathered around a fire in a forest clearing at Scarborough, Yorkshire, August 1912


Photograph of a sea view at Scarborough, Yorkshire, August 1912


Photograph of a beach at Scarborough, Yorkshire, August 1912


Watercolour illustration, entitled The Retort Courteous, August 1912


Watercolour illustration of a soldier falling from a donkey, c.1912


Watercolour illustration of a soldier attempting to ride a donkey, c .1912


Watercolour illustration of a soldier attempting to ride a donkey, c .1912


Watercolour illustration of a falling soldier, c.1912


Watercolour illustration of an army chaplain riding a donkey, c.1912


Verse, entitled Donkeys at Scarborough, by 'W.C.B.', September 1912


Watercolour illustration of a soldier riding a donkey, c.1912


Watercolour illustration of a soldier riding a donkey, c.1912


Watercolour illustration of a carrot, c.1912


Watercolour illustration of a soldier falling from a donkey, c.1912


number not used


Programme of Battalion Sports held at Scarborough Camp, Yorkshire, 9 August 1912


Photograph of a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing at a camp [possibly at Scarborough, Yorkshire], c.1912


Postcard photograph of a Durham Light Infantry camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, c.1913


Watercolour illustration, captioned On the spa ..., c. 1912


Watercolour illustration, captioned View of the Slush Factory, Scarborough, 1912


Watercolour illustration of a sergeant addressing a soldier, c.1913


Watercolour illustration of two soldiers competing in a 'pillow fight', c .1913


Watercolour illustration of two soldiers talking in a camp, c.1913


Watercolour illustration of a sergeant, and a private, on a training exercise, c.1913


Watercolour illustration of a district surveyor talking to a farmer at Conway, Caernarvonshire, 1914


Watercolour illustration of a scene at Durham Railway Station, 1914


Watercolour illustration of a soldier drinking from a beer bottle, 1915


Watercolour illustration of a soldier's wife talking to a neighbour, c .1915


Watercolour illustration of a major talking to another officer, c.1916


Illustration, captioned War, c .1914 - 1918


Watercolour illustration of Ravensworth Castle, County Durham, 1914


Watercolour illustration of Ravensworth Camp, County Durham, 1914


Programme of a sports meeting of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Souastre, France, 1917


Colour print of a sketch of a derelict tank near Heninel, Arras, France, by Colonel Reverend C. Lomax, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1917


Photograph of Ravensworth Camp, 1914
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Scrapbook of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the First World War, containing photographs, orders, newspaper cuttings and maps, British and German propaganda leaflets, training programmes, aerial photographs, and photographs of Gutersloh [Prisoner of War Camp], Germany, 1914 - 1918


German propaganda map entitled 'A Year in the U-Boat War' showing the locations of shipping losses around the United Kingdom and France, December 1917


Photograph, from a newspaper, of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry [the remaining members of a section of soldiers from Chester-le-Street], taken in France, c.1914 - 1918 Left to right: Corporal Walsh, Signallers Keeley, Maddison, Brown, and Cook


Newspaper cutting, from the Illustrated Chronicle, captioned Northern Officers Honoured by the King , showing photographs of officers of various battalions, including The Durham Light Infantry, and a nurse, 15 January 1915


Photograph of General Plumer


Photograph of Brigadier-General Bates


Photograph of Brigadier-General Surtees


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, The Durham Light Infantry


Photograph of Captain H.R. Wilson, The Durham Light Infantry


Photograph of Major W.B. MacKay, Royal Army Medical Corps


Photograph of Captain T.A. Bradford, The Durham Light Infantry


Photograph of Captain V.F. Gloag, The Durham Light Infantry


Photograph of Captain J.A.S. Ritson, The Durham Light Infantry


Photograph of Captain R.E. Cree, Royal Army Medical Corps


Photograph of Lieutenant W.B. Little, The Durham Light Infantry


Photograph of Captain E. Dryden, The Durham Light Infantry


Photograph of Captain L.A. Barrett, Northumberland Fusiliers


Photograph of Major R. Chapman, Northumberland Fusiliers


Photograph of Captain G.F. Ball, Northumberland Fusiliers


Photograph of Captain C.E. Pumphrey, The Durham Light Infantry


Photograph of Captain V. Merivale, Northumberland Fusiliers


Photograph of Captain W. Robb, Northumberland Fusiliers


Photograph of Lieutenant N.B. Ramsay, Northumberland Fusiliers


Photograph of Miss E.F.C. Brown


Illustrated poster, captioned L'Emprunt de la Liberation, c .1914 - 1918


Billeting detail for the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Gateshead, 18 March 1910


Billeting Order for the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in Sunderland, 4 August 1914


Billeting Order for the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in Durham, 4 August 1914


Eyewitness Account of First Action of Northumbrian Division by Colonel Harding-Newman, 1915


German propaganda, written in French, dated 25 July 1917


British propaganda leaflets, written in German, c.1914 - 1918


Newspaper cutting of Ypres and environs, Belgium, 5 May 1915


Newspaper cutting, from the Newcastle Daily Chronicle , of photographs of killed, wounded and missing officers, 4 May 1915 (a) Photograph of Lieutenant J.W. Merivale, 7th Northumberland Fusiliers (b) Photograph of Lieutenant F. Merivale, 7th Northumberland Fusiliers (c) Photograph of Captain G.L. Hunting, 4th Northumberland Fusiliers (d) Photograph of Second-Lieutenant Fenwick Clennell, 7th Northumberland Fusiliers (e) Photograph of Captain F.G. Harvey, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (f) Photograph of Captain G.E. Hunter, 6th Northumberland Fusiliers (g) Photograph of Captain F. Flint, 7th Northumberland Fusiliers (h) Photograph of Captain Burgoyne Johnson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (i) Photograph of Captain J.F. Lambton, 7th Northumberland Fusiliers (j) Photograph of Lieutenant B.H. Richardson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (k) Photograph of Captain B. Farrell, 4th East Yorkshire Regiment (l) Photograph of Lieutenant A. Toovey, 4th Northumberland Fusiliers (m) Photograph of Lieutenant E. Hill Motum, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (n) Photograph of Lieutenant Leybourne, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (o) Photograph of Second-Lieutenant Drew Little, 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (p) Photograph of Lieutenant W. Watson-Armstrong, 7th Northumberland Fusiliers (q) Photograph of Lieutenant A.B. Hare (r) Photograph of Second-Lieutenant J.P. Leighton, 6th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry


Training programme of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, c.1913


Circular to officers of The Durham Light Infantry Brigade concerning winter training, issued by Captain E.R. Clayton, October 1913


Photograph of an aerial view of Fonguevillers (?) [possibly in France], 16 July 1918


Photograph of an aerial view of a camp [possibly in France], 27 August 1918


Photograph of an aerial view of a camp and a bomb crater (?) [possibly in France], 27 August 1918


Photograph of an aerial view of a camp [possibly in France], 27 August 1918


Photograph of an aerial view of a camp [possibly in France], 14 August 1918


Photograph of an aerial view of a camp [possibly in France], 22 August 1918


Newspaper cutting, from the Evening Chronicle, concerning a letter from Sergeant W. Liddle, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, describing his wounding near Ypres, Belgium, 15 May 1915


Newspaper cutting, from the Evening Chronicle, of descriptions of front line fighting taken from soldiers' letters, 4 May 1915


Newspaper cutting, from the Evening Chronicle, of descriptions of front line fighting taken from soldiers' letters, 9 May 1915


Newspaper cutting, from The Times, headlined Full Story of Ypres, 30 April 1915


Newspaper cutting, from The Times, concerning fighting at Ypres, Belgium, 1 May 1915


Newspaper cutting headlined Soldier's Story of Ypres, 1915


Newspaper cutting, from the Newcastle Daily Chronicle, concerning fighting at Ypres, Belgium, 1915


Newspaper cutting listing casualties from the Northumberland Fusiliers and the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1914 - 1918


Newspaper cutting listing casualties from the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1914 - 1918


Newspaper cutting listing officer casualties from The Durham Light Infantry, 1 June 1915


Newspaper cutting concerning a speech, given by Sir John French to the Northumberland Infantry Brigade, c.1915


Newspaper cutting concerning Captain Kirkup's promotion to the position of Adjutant, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1915


Newspaper cutting concerning The Durham Light Infantry Prisoners of War Fund, c.1915


Newspaper cutting, from the Newcastle Daily Chronicle, of an editorial headlined Bravo Territorials!, c.1915


Newspaper cutting concerning reports on conditions in German prisoner of war camps, 29 July 1915


Newspaper cutting listing Durham Light Infantry soldiers held as prisoners of war in Germany, 23 November 1915


Special Order of the Day issued by Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, April 1918


Special Order of the Day issued by Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, 4 August 1916


Postcard photograph of a group of officer prisoners of war in a room at a camp, taken in Germany, c.1914 - 1918 Standing: Harris, Taylor, Turnbull, Mayo, Van Someron (?), Duke Seated: Grey, Potts, Carrow, Leybourne, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Pease


Postcard photograph of a German officer, postmarked 30 July 1916


Postcard photograph of a recreation field at Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, c.1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, 1915


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/8/12(42)


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, c.1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, 1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, c.1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, 1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, 1915


Postcard photograph of a prisoners' room at Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, c.1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, 1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, c.1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, c.1915


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/8/12(45)


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/8/12(45)


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/8/12(45)


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, 1915


Postcard photograph of officer B. Carrow, 8th Buffs, sitting in a room at Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, c.1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, c.1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, 1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, 1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp, Germany, 1915


Postcard photograph of Gutersloh Prisoner of War Camp Germany, c.1915


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/8/12(45)


Photograph of a camouflaged German position [possibly in France], c .1914 - 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/12(64)


Scrapbook of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, containing newspaper cuttings of military awards, promotions and notices of men killed or wounded in action, for various regiments, 1915
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/13


Scrapbook of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including photographs, 1949 - 23 March 1967


Photograph of the sergeants of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, socialising in a mess at Bodney Camp, Stanford, Norfolk, c.1950


Group photograph of unidentified soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp in the United Kingdom, 1949


Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, [possibly at Bodney Camp, Stanford, Norfolk], 1950


Letter from L.R. Bradley, Curator and Secretary, Imperial War Museum, Lambeth Road, London, to Colonel J. Turnbull, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning a gift presented to the museum by the battalion, 15 February 1950


Group photograph of 'C' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the Territorial Army Centre, Stanley, 1949


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, leading soldiers in a march-past at Bodney Camp, Stanford, Norfolk, 1950


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching through Bodney Camp, Stanford, Norfolk, 1950


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching past a saluting post at Bodney Camp, Stanford, Norfolk, 1950


Photograph of bandsmen of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching through Bodney Camp, Stanford, Norfolk, 1950


Photograph of a colour party of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a parade field to mark the coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, taken in the United Kingdom, 2 June 1953


Photograph of a colour party, and escort, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a parade field to mark the coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II coronation, taken in the United Kingdom, 2 June 1953


Group photograph of officers and soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at Tweesledown Camp, Aldershot, Hampshire, 1953


Photograph of a group of officers on the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taking refreshment around a table by a dry stone wall in the United Kingdom, 1954


Group photograph of officers of 'SP' (?) Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp in the United Kingdom, 1954 Standing: Captain Appleton, Lieutenant Perrot Seated: Captain Fawcett, Major Dixon, Lieutenant Stafford


Photograph of the cross country running team of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken prior to a race in the United Kingdom, 1954


Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1954


Photograph of the football team of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with the 151st Brigade Football Cup at a sports ground in the United Kingdom, 1954


Photograph of a member of the football team of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, receiving the 151st Brigade Football Cup at a sports ground in the United Kingdom, 1954


Photograph of a senior officer, right, presenting a trophy to an officer of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, in the United Kingdom, c.1954


Photograph of a senior officer, right, talking to an officer of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, in the United Kingdom, c.1954


Photograph of two officers, and a sergeant, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with two trophies, standing on a parade ground in the United Kingdom, c.1954


Photograph of the football team of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, winners of the Territorial Army Association Football Competition, 1953/1954 Back row: Captain E.R. Peart, Sergeant Johnson, Sergeant Oliver, Private Hardy, Private Storey, Lance-Corporal Walton, Private Patterson, Regimental Sergeant-Major Armstrong Front row: Private Woodhead, Corporal Harrison, Private Marley, Private Brown, Lance-Corporal Cooper


Photograph of General Evans, right, presenting the Queen's Challenge Cup to Lieutenant-Colonel Sell, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, in the United Kingdom, 1954


Photograph of General Evans, right, presenting the Queen's Challenge Cup to Lieutenant-Colonel Sell, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, as other soldiers look on in the United Kingdom, 1955


Photograph of Field Marshall Sir Gerald Templar, Chief of the Imperial General Staff, inspecting soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Gilesgate, Durham, 1956


Photograph of Field Marshall Sir Gerald Templar, Chief of the Imperial General Staff, right, presenting the Queen's Challenge Cup to Lieutenant-Colonel Taylor, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Gilesgate, Durham, 1956


Group photograph of Field Marshall Sir Gerald Templar, Chief of the Imperial General Staff, third left, front row, and officers and soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Lieutenant-Colonel Taylor, third right, front row, with the Queen's Challenge Cup, and Queen's Challenge Cup replicas, at Gilesgate, Durham, 1956


Photograph of officers, in civilian dress, competing in an 'opposite numbers' relay race during a brigade sports event at Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, 1957


Photograph of offices and soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a prize giving ceremony at the conclusion of a brigade sports event at Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, 1957Named officers and soldiers are: Major Leybourne, Lieutenant-Colonel Taylor, Company Sergeant-Major Coxon, Bandmaster Smith, and Regimental Sergeant-Major Bierne


Photograph of Second-Lieutenant Lauder, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, competing in a high jump competition during a brigade sports event at Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, 1957


Group photograph of the sergeants of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, 1957 Back row: Sergeants J. Liddle, R. Henderson, and R. Coxon, unidentified, SergeantT. Finnigan, Sergeant R. Thornton, unidentified, Sergeants N. Harrison, S. Jervis, F. Swainston (?), D. Lavin, N. Harland, A. Shippen, N. Heavisides, J. Jobey, and I. Hodgson, unidentified, Sergeant W. Walton, Sergeant T. Russell, unidentified, Sergeant J. Clark Second row: Sergeant J. Patterson, Warrant Officer II J. Smith, Sergeant W. Cutty (?), Colour-Sergeant J. Holmes, Sergeant Blenkinsopp, Colour-Sergeant A. Prudhoe, Colour-Sergeant J. Clark, Sergeant O. Whatley, Bugle-Major T. Tearney, Sergeant J. Hirst, Colour-Sergeant A. Worthy, Colour-Sergeant C. Moore, Sergeant W. Corbett (?), Sergeant G. Ball, unidentified, Warrant Officer II P. Yemm (?), Sergeant T. Coxon Front row: Company Sergeant-Major D. Ridley, Warrant Officer II R. Grainger,Warrant Officer II R. Chadwick, Company Sergeant-Major A. Bainbridge, Warrant Officer II A. Weatherall, Captain K. Gregson, Warrant Officer II W. Harker, Major A. Catterson, Regimental Sergeant-Major L. Beirne, Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor, Warrant Officer I R. Smith, Major C.C. Ridley, Warrant Officer II F. Holland, Company Sergeant-Majors W. Moore, J. McGarey, W. Reed, and J. Coxon


Photograph, from a newspaper, captioned They are 'Gunning For You' ... , showing Major James Mulhall, third right, issuing orders to a convoy of soldiers of the Durham City Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in County Durham, c.1958


Photograph, from a newspaper, captioned The Major's Pressing Invitation ... , showing Major James Mulhall, and soldiers of the Durham City Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, meeting local men during a recruitment tour in County Durham, c.1958


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Captain J. Mulhall, third right, and Durham City Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with the Newcastle Journal and North Mail Challenge Cup at Harwood Dale, near Scarborough, Yorkshire, c.1958


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Lieutenant-General Sir Francis Festing, Colonel of the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers, left, the Duke of Northumberland, centre, and Colonel S. Enderby, Honorary Colonel of the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers, right, at Harwood Dale, near Scarborough, Yorkshire, c.1958


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a group of officers at a reunion of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry Old Comrades Association, at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 1958 Back row: Mr. T. Barr, Colonel McLaren, Colonel Turnbull, Captains Johnson, Nicholson, and Jacobs Front row: Brigadier Kirkup, Colonel Bramwell, Captain Wood, Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor


Newspaper cutting concerning a breach of licensing regulations at Stanley Drill Hall, County Durham, and subsequent fines imposed on Ronald Bamborough, James Holmes, and Norman Heavisides, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1958


Telegram from Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, to Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor, the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, offering best wishes for the New Year, 20 December 1957


Copy, from a newspaper, of the regimental badge of The Durham Light Infantry, 1958


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry on full dress rehearsal for a regimental bi-centenary parade at Brancepeth Castle, 1958


Order of Service for the bi-centenary of The Durham Light Infantry at Durham Cathedral, and attended by Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, 17 May 1958


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry on full dress rehearsal for a regimental bi-centenary parade, taken at Brancepeth Castle, 1958


Photograph of a colour party, and soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry on full dress rehearsal for a regimental bi-centenary parade at Brancepeth Castle, 1958


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, leading soldiers of the regiment on a regimental bi-centennial parade at Brancepeth Castle, 17 May 1958


Photograph of the massed bands and bugles of the 1st, 6th, and 8th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, on a regimental bi-centennial parade at Brancepeth Castle, 17 May 1958


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry on a regimental bi-centennial parade at Brancepeth Castle, 17 May 1958


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching through the grounds of Brancepeth Castle during a regimental bi-centenary parade in County Durham, 17 May 1958


Photograph of the colour parties of the 1st, and the 8th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, 'taking post' during a regimental bi-centenary parade at Brancepeth Castle, 17 May 1958


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, inspecting soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry at Brancepeth Castle, 17 May 1958


Photograph, from a newspaper, of the colour party, and escort, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching past Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent during a regimental bi-centennial parade at Durham Market Place, 17 May 1958


Photograph, from a newspaper, of a Chelsea Pensioner presenting a regimental brooch to Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, as Major-General Nigel Poett looks on at Brancepeth Castle, 17 May 1958


Photograph of Major-General Nigel Poett greeting Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent on her arrival at Brancepeth Castle, 17 May 1958


Photograph of a Chelsea Pensioner presenting a regimental brooch to Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, as Major-General Nigel Poett looks on at Brancepeth Castle, 17 May 1958


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, presenting a regimental bi-centennial parade to Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent at Brancepeth Castle, 17 May 1958


Photograph of Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent inspecting soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry during a regimental bi-centennial parade at Brancepeth Castle, 17 May 1958


Photograph of Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent inspecting soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry during a regimental bi-centennial parade at Brancepeth Castle, 17 May 1958


The Regimental Journal of The Durham Light Infantry Bicentenary Edition , Volume 9, Number 70, July 1958


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on a regimental bi-centennial parade at Gilesgate, Durham, 17 May 1958


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on a regimental bi-centennial parade at Gilesgate, Durham, 17 May 1958


Programme for the Territorial Army Golden Jubilee Review by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, at Hyde Park, London, 22 June 1958


Photograph of the colour party of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on a regimental bi-centennial parade at Gilesgate, Durham, 17 May 1958


Photograph of the colour party of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on a regimental bi-centennial parade at Gilesgate, Durham, 17 May 1958


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a soldier of The Durham Light Infantry marching, 1958


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a Territorial Army officer parachutist demonstrating a landing, 1958


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a female member of the Territorial Army, 1958


Order of Service for the fiftieth anniversary of the Territorial Army, held at Durham Cathedral, 6 July 1958


Photograph of the colour party of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Durham Cathedral, 6 July 1958


Photograph of the band and bugles of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching down North Bailey, Durham, 6 July 1958


Photograph of the colour party, and soldiers, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching down North Bailey, Durham, 6 July 1958


Photograph of the colour party, and soldiers, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching past a saluting post in Durham, 6 July 1958


Newspaper cutting concerning an invitation issued to W.D. Errington, late of The Durham Light Infantry, to attend the Territorial Army Golden Jubilee review in Hyde Park, London, 22 June 1958


Newspaper cutting concerning planned celebrations of the Territorial Army's golden jubilee in County Durham, 1 July 1958


Photograph of the colour party, and soldiers, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching past a saluting post in Durham, 6 July 1958


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching past a saluting post in Durham, 6 July 1958


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching past a saluting post in Durham, 6 July 1958


Photograph of the colour party, and soldiers, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade at Gilesgate, Durham, 6 July 1958


Photograph of soldiers of 'A' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting during a training exercise at Otterburn Camp, Northumberland, 1958


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo, entitled 44 Years Ago , concerning the reporting of the outbreak of the 1914 - 1918 war, 5 August 1958


Photograph of Bugle-Major Tierney, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, leading the battalion band and bugles on a Remembrance Sunday parade at Palace Green, Durham, November 1958


Photograph of the colour party of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching into Durham Cathedral during a Remembrance Sunday parade in Durham, November 1958


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, standing with a mayor, and a senior officer [possibly at a saluting post] in Durham, November 1958


Photograph of the band and bugles of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, performing for spectators at a Newcastle United football match at St James' Park, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1959


Photograph, from a newspaper, of officers and soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade in commemoration of the Battle of Mareth at Durham Cathedral, 22 March 1959Named officers are: Major Dixon, Captain Jacob, Lieutenant Ford, and Major Scott


Photograph, from a newspaper, of officers and soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching from Durham Cathedral following a service in commemoration of the Battle of Mareth at the Palace Green, Durham, 22 March 1959


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Regimental Sergeant-Major L. Beirne, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and Mrs. L. Dalby, c.1959


Photograph of officers and soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taking part in the 'Nijmegen March' in Holland, July 1959


Newspaper cutting, from the Newcastle Journal , concerning the participation of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry in the 'Nijmegen March' in Holland, 6 August 1959


Photograph, from a newspaper, of soldiers of 'D' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting following a training exercise for the 'Nijmegen March', taken in Durham, 1959 Left to right: Bandsman N. Whatley, Private B. Spooner, Private N. Owens, Corporal G. Geddes, Lance-Corporal D. Lynn


Photograph of soldiers attending to an anti-tank gun at Warcop, Cumbria, 1959


Photograph of Sergeant Clark, left, and Regimental Sergeant-Major Bierne, right, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Millom, Cumberland, 1959


Photograph of Colour-Sergeant Coxon, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, shaking hands with a man in civilian dress as a soldier looks on at Millom, Cumberland, 1959


Photograph, captioned N.C.O.'s Cadre , showing a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, receiving rifle instruction at Millom, Cumberland, 1959


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, receiving civil defence training at Millom, Cumberland, 1959


Photograph of buglers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, greeting two judges on the steps of a court building in Durham, 1959


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching towards Durham Cathedral during a Remembrance Sunday parade in Saddler Street, Durham, November 1959


Newspaper cutting concerning a Remembrance Sunday service at Durham Cathedral, November 1959


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Private T. Whitfield, right, captain of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry football team, congratulating Corporal K. Goodson, captain of the 4th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment football team, following his side's victory in the Northumberland Area Territorial Army cup final at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1960


Newspaper cutting, from the Northern Echo , concerning the annual Mareth Parade at Durham Cathedral, 7 March 1960


Newspaper cutting, from the Newcastle Journal , concerning a service at Durham Cathedral to commemorate the Battle of Mareth, 7 March 1960


Newspaper cutting, from the Northern Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching along South Bailey following a service at Durham Cathedral commemorating the Battle of Mareth, 14 March 1960


Photograph, from the Northern Echo , of Brigadier W.A.C. Collingwood, Commanding 151st Brigade, and Sir James Duff, the Mayor of Durham, in Durham, 14 March 1960


Newspaper cutting, from the Newcastle Journal , including a photograph of Sir James Duff, the Mayor of Durham, with Brigadier W.A.C. Collingwood, Commanding 151st Brigade, centre, and Colonel A. de V. Gibson, Commanding 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in Durham, 14 March 1960


Newspaper cutting, from the Durham County Advertiser , including a photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry on parade during a commemoration of the Battle of Mareth, March 1960


Newspaper cutting concerning the death of George Blenkinsop, late of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1960


Newspaper recruitment advertisement from the Durham Chronicle , including a photograph of a colour party of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Palace Green, Durham, 18 March 1960


Photograph of the cross country running team of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the Territorial Army Cross Country Championship, Old Dalby, Leicestershire, 19 March 1960


Newspaper cutting concerning the Old Comrades Association of the 8th/11th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, 23 April 1960


Newspaper cutting concerning the participation of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a training exercise at Flyingdales, Yorkshire, May 1960


Photograph of three soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in civilian dress, playing dominoes in a social club, c.1960


Newspaper cutting, from The Durham Chronicle , concerning the annual camp of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Wretham, Norfolk, 10 June 1960


Newspaper cutting, from The Northern Echo , concerning a fire at the home of Sylvester Day at Stanley, County Durham, c.1960


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Sergeant John Ashworth, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, instructing soldiers of 'S' Company in the use of an anti-tank gun [possibly at Wretham, Norfolk], c.1960


Photograph, from a newspaper, of a group of men in civilian dress, including 'Tommy' Whitfield, centre, [possibly at Wretham, Norfolk] c.1960


Group photograph of the sergeants of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Wretham, Norfolk, 1960


Photograph of the officers' mess staff of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing by tables set for dinner at Wretham, Norfolk, 1960


Newspaper cutting, from The Northern Echo , concerning the participation of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in Exercise 'Homeward Bound', 5 August 1960


Newspaper cutting, from The Northern Echo , concerning the participation of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in Exercise 'Homeward Bound', 8 August 1960


Newspaper cutting, from the Newcastle Journal , including a photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting during Exercise 'Homeward Bound', at Waldridge Fell, Chester-le-Street, 8 August 1960


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunday Sun , concerning the participation of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in Exercise 'Homeward Bound', 8 August 1960


Newspaper cutting concerning the participation of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in Exercise 'Homeward Bound', 12 August 1960


Photograph, from the Durham County Advertiser , of soldiers of 'A' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Private Bell and Private Pigg, in the back of an army vehicle during Exercise 'Homeward Bound', c.1960


Photograph, from the Durham County Advertiser , of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Private Blackmore, second left, and Private Nairn, second right, relaxing on completion of Exercise 'Homeward Bound', c.1960


Newspaper cutting concerning 'Tom' and 'Tommy' Brown, father and son members of the band of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1960


Newspaper cutting, from the Durham Advertiser , concerning 'Tom' and 'Tommy' Brown, father and son members of the band of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 12 August 1960


Newspaper cutting concerning the activities of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 23 August 1960


Photograph from the Durham County Advertiser , of a 'go kart' display, taken during a 'family day' of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Brancepeth, 28 August 1960


Photograph of bandsmen of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing with a 'Carnival Queen', c.1960


Photograph of the band of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching along a street, c.1960


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Colour-Sergeant T. Finnigan, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, right, instructing soldiers during a rifle meeting at Whitburn, 4 September 1960


Newspaper cutting concerning the organisation of a dinner at Durham Castle for dignitaries, including the Under Secretary of State for War, Hugh Fraser, 5 September 1960


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Corporal W. Gardner and Sergeant-Major G. Ball, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, firing sten guns during a rifle meet as Sergeant W. Sayers looks on at Whitburn, September 1960


Photograph, from the Durham County Advertiser , of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a Territorial and Auxiliary Forces' Association of Durham County motor-cycle trials, taken at Waldridge Fell, Chester-le-Street, 2 October 1960 Left to right: Private Peter Harvey, Private Bill Jones, Corporal Derek Forster, Corporal Joe Mahone


Photograph of a sergeant, and a soldier of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, standing on guard duty [possibly at Durham Castle], c.1960


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Mrs. A. De-V-Gibson presenting trophies to soldiers of 'A' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Private Hallam, left, at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 28 October 1960


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Mrs. A. De-V-Gibson presenting the Miniature Range Cup to Sergeant Geddes, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, as other soldiers look on at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 28 October 1960


Newspaper cutting concerning a Remembrance Sunday parade at Durham Cathedral, 13 November 1960


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching down Claypath, Durham, c.1960


Newspaper cutting of a letter complaining about the standard of marching displayed by soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1960


Photograph of an ex-serviceman, and an officer, laying a wreath during a Remembrance Sunday parade at Durham, 13 November 1960


Photograph of buglers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Kenny Dixon, right, during a Remembrance Sunday parade at Billingham, 13 November 1960


Newspaper cutting, from the Durham County Advertiser , including a photograph of the band of the 4th Volunteer Brigade of The Durham Light Infantry, including J.T. Wright, 6th left, back row, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1907, 25 November 1960Named soldiers are: A. Lightfoot, George Blakely, S. Platon, J. Caldclough, Mies, H. Cole, Pattinson, H. Bell, Ward, T. Bond, A. Barns, A. Gowland, C. Carr, Addams, Crow, J. Barr, and Priest


Programme for a musical comedy ' Denims and Nix' , with music played by the band of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, under the direction of Warrant Officer I (Bandmaster) R. Clark, c.1960


Photograph, from a newspaper, of a group of women with soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 19 December 1960


Photograph of a sergeant and a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, standing in a mess room, 1961


Photograph of Colonel J. Bramwell, Honorary Colonel, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1956 - 1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , of a recruiting advertisement for the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 4 March 1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , of a recruiting advertisement for the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , concerning a parade in Sunderland by soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, to commemorate the Battle of Mareth, 28 February 1961


Photograph, from the Northern Echo , of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching past a saluting base at Sunderland Town Hall during a Mareth Day parade, 13 March 1961


Photograph, from the Northern Echo , of Alderman J. Tweddle, Mayor of Sunderland, and Colonel J. Bramwell, Honorary Colonel, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taking the salute at Sunderland Town Hall during a Mareth Day parade, 13 March 1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching through Sunderland during a Mareth Day parade, 13 March 1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Alderman J. Tweddle, Mayor of Sunderland, and Colonel J. Bramwell, Honorary Colonel, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing outside Sunderland Town Hall, 13 March 1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , including a photograph of Alderman J. Tweddle, the Mayor of Sunderland, and Colonel J. Bramwell, Honorary Colonel, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, discussing plans for a Mareth Day parade inside Sunderland Town Hall, 2 March 1961


Programme for a boxing tournament of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 14 March 1961


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a group of boxers, taken at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 1961 Left to right: Ken Harvey, Len Harvey, Joe Harvey, Maurice Cullen


Newspaper cutting concerning the attendance by Tom Sharp at a boxing tournament of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Sunderland Echo , of the regimental badge of The Durham Light Infantry, 17 March 1961


Photograph of Company Sergeant-Major Wood, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, holding a self-loading rifle, as Private Alderson looks on, March 1961


Photograph of Company Sergeant-Major Wood, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, holding a self-loading rifle, as Private Lilley looks on, March 1961


Newspaper cutting concerning a boxing tournament of the 50th Infantry Division at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, April 1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Durham Advertiser , including a photograph of Sandor Berejai, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, right, and Private Metcalfe, 6th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, boxing at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 21 April 1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Durham Advertiser , including a photograph of Private Kettle, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, and Gunner Linburg, right, at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 21 April 1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Durham Advertiser , including a photograph of trainer Dave Brandon, second left, with a team of boxers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 21 April 1961


Newspaper cutting concerning a flyweight boxing match between Private J. Allison, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and T. Coulson at the Houghton-le-Spring Welfare Gymnasium, c.1961


Newspaper cutting concerning a flyweight boxing match between Private J. Allison, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and T. Coulson at the Houghton-le-Spring Welfare Gymnasium, c.1961


Newspaper cutting concerning a flyweight boxing match between Private J. Allison, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and T. Coulson at the Houghton-le-Spring Welfare Gymnasium, c.1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Durham Advertiser , concerning a boxing tournament at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 25 May 1961


Photograph of a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, and men in dinner dress, taken during a 'dining out' of Colonel Bramwell, 29 September 1961


Photograph of Colonel Bramwell, Honorary Colonel, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, receiving a plaque from an officer during his 'dining out', 29 September 1961


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Lieutenant-Colonel G. Robertson, Commanding Officer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, and Lieutenant-Colonel R.S. McLaren, Honorary Colonel, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, right, 1961


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, during an annual camp in the United Kingdom, 1961


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, playing rugby during an annual camp at Millom, Cumberland, 1961


Photograph of three cooks of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, carrying mess tins of food during an annual camp at Millom, Cumberland, 1961


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, undergoing rescue training during an annual camp at Millom, Cumberland, 1961


Photograph of the band and bugles of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching on a parade ground during an annual camp at Millom, Cumberland, 1961


Newspaper cutting, from the Durham County Advertiser , including a photograph of old comrades, and sergeants of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, preparing to compete in a rifle shooting competition at Whitburn Range, 1962 Named officers and soldiers are: J. McJarey, C. Legget, J. Geddes, Sergeants G. Geddes, A.J. Mason, W. Teasdale, and J.R. Dixon, Colonel R.S. McLaren, Captain G.E. Wood, and Captain J.E. Nicholson


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Captain McDonald, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, briefing soldiers of the battalion prior to a posting in Berlin, Germany, c.1962


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Bugle-Major Tearney, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with 'jazz band' drum majors, taken during a Broomside and Carville carnival and sports day, County Durham, c.1962


Newspaper cutting, from the Durham County Advertiser , including a photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp, taken at Eiskeller, Berlin, Germany, 1962 Named soldiers are: Sergeant A. Clarke, Corporal W.H. Burge, Corporal J.R. Davison, Corporal R.B. Wind, Lance-Corporal Coxon, Private B. Bell, Private R.T. Balmer, Private J.J. Geddes, Private G.N. Burrows, and Captain D. McDonald


Newspaper cutting, from the Durham County Advertiser , including a photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, talking to policemen in front of the Berlin Wall, Germany, 1962


Newspaper cutting, from the Durham County Advertiser , including a photograph of Corporal Wind, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, pointing out a sign to Corporal Davison, Private Bell, and Private Geddes at Montgomery Barracks, Kladow, Germany, 1962


Photograph of Major General J.A. Read, General Officer Commanding 50th Division, with a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and National Coal Board officials, at a coal mine in the United Kingdom, 1962


Photograph of Private Henderson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, seated, receiving instructions from Dave Brandon during a boxing match, c.1962


Newspaper cutting concerning the death, in Lima, Peru, of Thomas Duggan, late chaplain of The Durham Light Infantry, 1962


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of members of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry cross country running team, and trainer, c.1962Named soldiers are: Corporal Burge, Regimental Sergeant-Major Chadwick, Private Pendlington, and Private Armstrong


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Private Henderson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, seated, receiving instructions from Dave Brandon during training, c.1962


Photograph of a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, seated around a dining table for an officers' mess dinner at Brancepeth Castle, 1962


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel G. Robertson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, holding a glass goblet as officers and soldiers of 'B' Company look on, c.1962


Photograph of a boxing ring at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, c .1962


Photograph of a boxing match at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, c .1962


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/8/14(161)


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/8/14(162)


Photograph of a boxing ring at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, c .1962


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/8/14(163)


Photograph of an officer of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, standing in a boxing ring at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, c.1962


Photograph of a boxing match at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, c .1962


Photograph of a boxing match at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, c .1962


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of members of the Territorial and Auxiliary Forces Association of County Durham during a meeting at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 1962 Left to right: Colonel C.F. Hutchinson, Major-General J.A.J. Reed, Brigadier L.H. McRobert, Dr. M.H. Harland, Bishop of Durham, Wing-Commander J. Kayll, Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Jones, General Officer in Command, Northern Command


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph, duplicate of D/DLI 2/8/14(183)


Newspaper cutting concerning a directive issued by Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Jones, General Officer in Command, Northern Command, to units of the Territorial Army, instructing them to take note of the officer training scheme used by the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1962


Newspaper cutting concerning the death of Colonel John Bramwell, Honorary Colonel, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1962


Newspaper cutting concerning the award of a British Empire Medal to Sergeant William Cutty, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, January 1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Major T. Periam, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, centre, describing ceremonial parade procedure to Cadet Officers John Winter, and Peter Knott, 1962


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, Colonel in Chief of The Durham Light Infantry, 1962


Newspaper cutting concerning plans for Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, Colonel in Chief of The Durham Light Infantry, to present new colours to the 8th Battalion, 1962


Newspaper cutting concerning plans for Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, Colonel in Chief of The Durham Light Infantry, to present new colours to the 8th Battalion, 1962


Photograph, from a newspaper, of a model of Palace Green, Durham, utilised in the planning of a new colours parade at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 1962


Colour illustrations of the Queen's colour, and the regimental colour of The Durham Light Infantry, from a programme of a presentation of colours to the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1963


Menu booklet for a dinner celebrating the presentation of new colours to the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the officers' mess, Gilesgate, Durham, 21 September 1963


Postcard photograph of Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, Colonel in Chief of The Durham Light Infantry, presenting new colours to the 8th Battalion at Palace Green, Durham, 27 July 1963


Programme for a presentation of colours to the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, by Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, Colonel in Chief of The Durham Light Infantry, at Durham, 27 July 1963


Newspaper cutting, from the Daily Express , including a photograph of His Royal Highness Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, talking to Bugle-Major Terence Tierney, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, outside County Hall, Durham, 15 October 1963


Photograph of His Royal Highness Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, taking the salute from soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, outside County Hall, Durham, October 1963


Photograph, from a newspaper, of His Royal Highness Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, talking to Bugle-Major Terence Tierney, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken outside County Hall, Durham, October 1963


Photograph of His Royal Highness Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, talking to Bugle-Major Terence Tierney, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, outside County Hall, Durham, October 1963


Photograph of His Royal Highness Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, talking to an officer of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and two civic dignitaries, outside County Hall, Durham, October 1963


Photograph of bugler Laurie Hallas of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, standing on a railway station platform beside the Deltic locomotive Durham Light Infantry, October 1963


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, standing on a railway station platform near the Deltic locomotive Durham Light Infantry, October 1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of the Deltic locomotive Durham Light Infantry at Durham Railway Station, October 1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of General Sir Nigel Poett, Colonel of The Durham Light Infantry, and driver Jack Witherspoon, at the controls of the Deltic locomotive Durham Light Infantry at Durham Railway Station, October 1963


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of General Sir Nigel Poett, Colonel of The Durham Light Infantry, and driver Jack Witherspoon, standing by the Deltic locomotive Durham Light Infantry at Durham Railway Station, October 1963


Newspaper cutting concerning the sport and exercise programme of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Brigadier A.J.A. Arengo-Jones, Commander, 151 Infantry Brigade, third left, talking with some guests during an annual dinner of the Durham County Army Cadet Force Officers, taken at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 1964


Newspaper cutting concerning the shooting training of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and the use of a new self-loading rifle, 1964


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Major-General Keith-Jones, General Officer Commanding 50th Division/District, 1964


Newspaper cutting concerning the number of volunteers serving with the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1964


Newspaper cutting concerning a boxing tournament at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, manhandling a gun over rough country during a training exercise, 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of buglers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, sounding the Last Post during a service [possibly in Durham], 1964 Left to right: Bugler K. Dixon, Corporal L. Hallis, Bugler H. Eccles, Bugler W. Walton


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Old Comrades of The Durham Light Infantry, sitting outside a church after a service [possibly in Durham], 1964 Left to right: J.A. Smith, E.F. Bissell, J.M. Watkins, S. Forsythe


Newspaper cutting concerning boxing honours received by Charles Henderson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of a group of soldiers of 'B' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting during a training exercise in Wales, 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, receiving instruction in the use of a mortar in Wales, 1964 Left to right: Private W. Goldsmith, Private R. Forrest, Private R.H. Ellis, Private H. Daly, Sergeant W. Potts


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Major K.N. Fawcett, Commanding Officer, 'B' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in Wales, 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of soldiers of 'B' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching over moorland in Wales, 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Brigadier Holt (Commanding 151 Brigade) presenting Territorial Efficiency Medals to soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in Wales, 1964 Left to right: Lieutenant-Colonel Robertson, Brigadier Holt, Warrant Officer II Ridley, Colour-Sergeant Finnegan, Sergeant Reed, Sergeant Wilkie, Sergeant Whatley, Corporal Banks, Private Mavin


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of soldiers of the anti-tank platoon, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, receiving instruction in the use of a gun in Wales, 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Brigadier Holt (Commanding 151 Brigade) presenting the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal to Warrant Officer II Temple, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in Wales, 1964


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a group of senior officers at a camp at Stennybridge, Breconshire, Wales, 1964 Left to right: Brigadier Holt, Commanding 151 Brigade, Lieutenant-Colonel Hutchinson, Major-General Keith-Jones, General Officer Commanding 50th Division/District, Lieutenant-Colonel Nixon, Lieutenant-Colonel Robertson, Commanding Officer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Major Thorpe-Tracey, Major Mulhall, Second in Command, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taking refreshment during a training exercise in Wales, 1964


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching past a senior officer on a parade ground at Stennybridge, Breconshire, Wales, 1964


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/8/14(236)


Photograph, from a newspaper, of a colour party trooping the old colours of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, during a laying up parade at Palace Green, Durham, 18 October 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching into Durham Cathedral during a laying up parade, 18 October 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of guests proceeding into Durham Cathedral during a laying up parade, 18 October 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of senior officers, and civic dignitaries, taking the salute during a laying up parade in Durham, 18 October 1964 Left to right: Lieutenant-Colonel G. Robertson, Commanding Officer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Major-General R. Keith-Jones, Sir James Duff, Lord Lieutenant, Councillor N.W. Sarsfield, Mayor of Durham


Photograph, from a newspaper, of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching into Durham Cathedral during a laying up parade in Durham, 18 October 1964


Photograph, from a newspaper, of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching into Durham Cathedral during a laying up parade, 18 October 1964


Order of Service for the laying up of colours of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Durham Cathedral, 18 October 1964


Newspaper cutting concerning a laying up of colours parade in Durham, 18 October 1964


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel Geoffrey Sharland, Commanding Officer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, right, and Major Stephen Thorpe-Tracey, left, sitting in an office, February 1965


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in civilian dress, standing beside a barracks training centre sign at Sennelager, Germany, 1965 Left to right: Lance-Corporal F. Turnbull, Sergeant N. Caygill, Lance-Corporal J. Griffitths, Corporal G.R. Watson


Newspaper cutting concerning the attachment of nineteen soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, to the 1st Battalion, The Duke of Wellington's Regiment, in Sennelager, Germany, March 1965


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of Colour-Sergeant Norman Harrison, standing on an army vehicle, and Corporal Peter Wood, with a rifle, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, during a training exercise in Germany, 1965


Photograph of a group of officer cadets of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, during an annual camp at Stanford, Norfolk, 1965 Left to right: Wrightson, Elmslie (?), Jackson, Valks


Photograph of a group of signallers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, during a training exercise at Standford, Norfolk, 1965


Photograph of a mortar section of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, during a training exercise at Standford, Norfolk, 1965


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, undergoing first-aid training during an annual camp at Stanford, Norfolk, 1965


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, carrying boats to a river during a training exercise, taken at Stanford, Norfolk, 1965


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, rowing boats across a river during a training exercise at Stanford, Norfolk, 1965


Photograph of soldiers of the 'recce platoon' of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, crossing a pontoon bridge during a training exercise at Stanford, Norfolk, 1965


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Stanford, Norfolk, 1965 Back row: Second-Lieutenant A. Wood, Second-Lieutenant R.D. Adams, Second-Lieutenant D.B. Robertson, Second-Lieutenant D. Childs, Second-Lieutenant J. Bryson, Second-Lieutenant J. Minto Second row: Reverend E.J.R. Blackburn, Lieutenant C. Graham, Lieutenant T.R. Dugdale, Captain R.C. Ford, Captain A. Oyston, Lieutenant G.C. Mason, Captain F.W. Holland, Captain J.R. Young Front row: Major J.W. Salkeld, Major D. McDonald, Major N. Mason, Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Captain D.H. Lawrence, Major L. Hudson, Lieutenant P.C. Firth


Photograph of Corporal Howells, 'C' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, and Lance-Corporal Davison, 'A' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, right, looking at a recruitment poster, c.1965


Newspaper cutting concerning the victory of a team of marksmen from the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in the 50th Division and Northumbrian District Rifle Meeting, September 1965


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Lieutenant-Colonel R.S. McLaren, Honorary Colonel, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, centre, and soldiers of the battalion, inspecting trophies won at the 50th Division and Northumbrian District Rifle Meeting at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, September 1965


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Lieutenant-Colonel R.S. McLaren, Honorary Colonel, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, centre, with the battalion shooting team, and trophies won at the 50th Division and Northumbrian District Rifle Meeting at the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, September 1965


Thirty second annual report of the Friends of Durham Cathedral, 1964 - 1965


Newspaper cutting, from the Cumberland News , including a photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, undertaking a training exercise in the Lake District, Cumberland, 1 October 1965


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, receiving instruction in the use of dinghies during a training exercise in the Lake District, Cumberland, 1965


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, receiving instruction in the use of dinghies during a training exercise in the Lake District, Cumberland, 1965


Photograph of a soldier of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, fastening another soldier's flotation vest during a training exercise in the Lake District, Cumberland, 1965


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, preparing food during a training exercise in the Lake District, Cumberland, 1965


Newspaper cutting concerning the engagements of the buglers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, March 1966


Newspaper cutting, including a photograph of General R. Keith-Jones, General Officer Commanding, 50th Division/District, left, Colonel G.F. Sharland, Commanding Officer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, centre, and retired Major-General D.A.H. Graham, right, taken at Barry Camp, near Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966


Newspaper cutting of a recruitment notice for the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1966


Photograph, from a newspaper, of retired Major-General D.A.H. Graham meeting former comrades of his from the D-Day landings at Barry Camp, near Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966 Left to right: Major E.B. Burini, Second-in-Command, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Major-General D.A.H. Graham, Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Commanding Officer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Sergeant-Major A. Bainbridge, Sergeant W. Cutty, Sergeant H. Rountree


Photograph of the mess staff of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Barry Camp, near Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966 Left to right: Sergeant Cutty, Corporal J. Wilson, Corporal Oliver-Dyke (?), Private Forrester, Private Edmundson, Corporal R. Wilson, Sergeant Rountree


Photograph of retired Major-General D.A.H. Graham, left, Major E.B. Burini, Second-in-Command, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, centre, and Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Commanding Officer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, right, attending an officers' mess guest night at Barry Camp, near Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966


Photograph of the band and bugles of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, marching through Barry Camp, near Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966


Photograph of retired Major-General D.A.H. Graham meeting 'old soldiers' of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Barry Camp, near Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966


Letter from D.A.H. Graham to 'my dear Macdonald', enclosing a photograph (D/DLI 2/8/14(284)), 26 June 1966


Photograph of Major E.B. Burini, Second-in-Command, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, retired Major-General D.A.H. Graham, centre, and Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Commanding Officer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, right, attending an officers' mess guest night at Barry Camp, near Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966


Photograph of retired Major-General D.A.H. Graham meeting 'old soldiers' of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at Barry Camp, near Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966 Left to right: Major E.B. Burini, Second-in-Command, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Major-General D.A.H. Graham, Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Commanding Officer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Warrant Officer II Bainbridge, Sergeant Cutty, Sergeant Rountree, Sergeant Bailey, Corporal Crowe, Private Malone, Sergeant Carter, Lance-Corporal Kirsopp, Lance-Corporal Ashcroft, Private Savage


Photograph, signed by retired Major-General D.A.H. Graham, of Major-General R. Keith-Jones, General Officer Commanding 50th Division/District, left, Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Commanding Officer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, centre, and Major-General D.A.H. Graham, right, attending an officers' mess guest night at Barry Camp, near Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at Barry Camp, near Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966 Back row: Second-Lieutenant D. Howie (?), Lieutenant J.C. Smiles, Second-Lieutenants S.R.T. O'Sullivan, A. Wood, J. Minto, P.S. Wrightson, D.B. Robertson, and G. Bates Second row: Reverend F.J.B. Blackburn, Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale, Lieutenant G.C. Mason, Captain F.J.B. Snaith, Captain W.J. Passmore, Major R.C. Ford, Captain C. Graham, Lieutenant L.F. Place, Captain F.W. Holland Front row: Majors A. Oyston, L. Hudson, and E.B. Burini, Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Captain C. Cousens, Major N. Mason, Major D. McDonald


Photograph of Brigadier A.E. Holt, Commander 151 Infantry Brigade, centre, presenting a commendation card to Colour-Sergeant R. Thornton, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, right, as Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Commanding Officer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, looks on at Barry Camp, near Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966


Portrait illustration, from the cover of a Durham Light Infantry Christmas greetings card, of Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, c.1966


Commemorative booklet of the 8th and 11th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, Officers' Annual Reunion Dinner, 24 February 1967


Group photograph of former, and serving officers of the 8th and 11th Battalions, The Durham Light, in dinner dress or dress uniform in a gymnasium at Gilesgate, Durham, 24 February 1967


Photograph of past and present commanding officers of the 8th and 11th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, during an annual reunion dinner at Gilesgate, Durham 24 February 1967 Left to right: Colonel J. Turnbull, Colonel R.S. McLaren, Colonel G.L. Wood, Colonel H.S. Sell, Lieutenant-Colonel A. de V. Gibson, Lieutenant-Colonel G. Robertson, Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland


Photograph, from a newspaper, of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching towards Durham Cathedral during a farewell and amalgamation parade in Durham 26 February 1967


Programme for a farewell and amalgamation parade of the 6th and 8th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, at Durham, 26 February 1967


Photograph, from a newspaper, of the colours of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade in Durham, 26 February 1967


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching towards Durham Cathedral during a farewell and amalgamation parade in Durham 26 February 1967


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching past a saluting base during a farewell and amalgamation parade in Durham 26 February 1967


Photograph from a newspaper, of Lieutenant-Colonel C.W. Alder, left, talking to Sergeant J. Scott, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, during a dress rehearsal for a farewell and amalgamation parade at Brancepeth, 19th February 1967


Group photograph of the members of the Yeoman of the Guard accommodated in the Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham, 22 - 23 March 1967


Hymn booklet for a Royal Maundy service at Durham Cathedral, 23 March 1967


Recruitment poster for the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1965
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/14(299)


Drafts of, and contributions to, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1939 - 1945, by Major P.J. Lewis and Major I.R. English
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/15


Accounts by Ian Pitt, Ian English, Philip Hampson, Ross McLaren and George Chambers of the fighting in the Gazala Line, North Africa, experienced by the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, compiled for 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1939 - 1945 by Major P.J. Lewis and Major I.R. English, 1949
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/16


Leaflet listing officers, lineage, camps, service, and battle honours of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and its predecessors, from 1798 to 1967, n.d. [1967]
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/17

1st Administrative Battalion, 1860 - 1880 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/18-21)

War Office circulars and correspondence, sent to the officer commanding the 13th Durham Rifle Volunteers, Birtley, concerning regulations and arms, 20 July 1860 - 31 July 1890
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/18


Appointment of Thomas Gray, gent., as sub-lieutenant in H.M. Volunteer Forces (11th Durham Rifle Corps), 26 July 1873
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/19


Programme of the Volunteer Review at Durham, including Artillery and Engineers Corps, and the 1st Administrative Battalion, Durham Rifle Volunteers, 16 May 1864
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/20


Photograph copy of an engraving from the Illustrated London News Supplement, showing Private Atkinson of the "1st Durham" [1st Administrative Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry], winner of the Queen's Prize at the Wimbledon Rifle Meeting, Surrey, 25 July 1874
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/21

4th Volunteer Battalion, 1887 - 1908 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/22)

Account book of receipts and expenditure of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1 April 1895 - 31 March 1908
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/22

8th Battalion, 1908 - 1914 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/23-25)

Standing orders of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1913
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/23


Dance card of the fifth annual ball held by 'H' Company, 8th Battalion, the Durham Light Infantry, 26 January 1910
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/24


Dance card of the seventh annual ball held by 'H' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 24 January 1912
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/25

8th Battalion, First World War, 1914 - 1918 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/26)

Magazine article, 'The Little Black Devils who faced hell : how the 90th Winnipeg Rifles kept the Huns out of Ypres', describing the defence of trenches during the 2nd Battle of Ypres, Belgium, April 1915, by 90th Winnipeg Rifles and 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry: an eye-witness account by a Canadian soldier, with two sketches, 19 - 25 April 1915
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/26

8th Battalion, 1919 - 1939 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/27-34)

Drill season programme of 'A' Company, the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d. [1923]
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/27


Programme of training and events to be held by the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1932
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/28


Drill season programme of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1936
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/29


List of past officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, January 1938
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/30


Rules of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry Club, (Headquarters and Machine Gun Company), approved by Captain J.G. Raine, M.C., commanding Headquarters Company, n.d. [ post 1918]
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/31


Menu of a dinner given in honour of Colonel J.R. Ritson by officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on his retirement, 25 February 1927
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/32


Invitation to Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D., to attend a presentation of silver bugles to the 1st Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Durham Town Hall, 11 December 1937
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/33


Signatures of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d. [probably 1920s]
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/34

8th Battalion, Second World War, 1939 - 1945 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/35-44)

Account, by Harry Sell, of the break-out of The Durham Light Infantry from the Gazala Line, Libya, on 14 June 1942, n.d. [1997]
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/35


Copy report on operations by The Durham Light Infantry on the night of 14 - 15 June, 1942, n.d. [1997]
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/36


Account of the break-out of The Durham Light Infantry from the Gazala Line, Libya, on the night of 14 - 15 June 1942, n.d. [1997]
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/37


Account by Ian Pitt of the break-out by The Durham Light Infantry from Gazala, Libya, in June 1942, n.d. [1997]
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/38


Account by Ian Pitt of the break-out from Mersa Matruh, Egypt, by The Durham Light Infantry in June 1942, n.d. [1997]
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/39


Letter from Ian [English], Dale Cottage, Preston-under-Scar, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, to Colonel H.S. Sell, High Close, Alnmouth Road, Alnwick, Northumberland, concerning a talk on Gazala, [Libya], and Mersa Matruh, [Egypt], 14 April 1997
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/40


Letter from [illegible], 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Army Post Office, England, to Colonel J. Turnbull, Springfield, Chester-le-Street, enclosing photographs of officers of the battalion, 29 April 1944
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/41


List of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/42


Map showing the advance of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 151st Brigade, 50th Division, including Normandy bridgehead, N.W. Europe, Sicily, North Africa, 1942 - 1944
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/43


Plans of the advance of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 151st Brigade, 50th Division, through Europe, Sicily, and North Africa, and bridge head in Normandy, 1943 - 1945
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/44

(Ref: D/DLI 2/8/45)

RECORDS OF 8TH BATTALION OFFICERS' MESS

Minutes


Minute book of the officers' mess of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1949
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/45

Battalion Property and Silver (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/46)

Correspondence between Lieutenant-Colonel Gordon Robertson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Drill Hall, Gilesgate, Durham; Colonel J. Turnbull, Springfield, Chester-le-Street; and G.A. Penrith, 19 Eardulph Avenue, Chester-le-Street; concerning the transfer of a glass goblet and a dress sword from the Chester-le-Street Mechanics' Institute to the Chester-le-Street Territorial Army Drill Hall, 23 August 1962 - 8 August 1963
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/46

RECORDS OF 8TH BATTALION SERGEANTS' MESS (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/47-49)

Dance programme of the Inkerman Ball held by the Sergeants' Mess, 1st Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 3 November 1933
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/47


Dance programme of the Inkerman Ball, 2 November 1934
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/48


Dance programme of the Inkerman Ball, 6 November 1936
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/49

COLOURS OF 8TH BATTALION (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/50-54)

Programme and order of service for the presentation of colours to the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, (T.A.), by H.R.H. Princess Alexandra, The Hon. Mrs. Angus Ogilvy, Colonel in Chief, The Durham Light Infantry, Durham City, 27 July 1963
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/50


Order of the presentation of colours to the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 27 July 1963 Includes: three admission tickets
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/51


Text of the address by Princess Alexandra, Colonel in Chief of The Durham Light Infantry, to the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on the presentation of new colours, n.d. [27 July 1963]
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/52


Text of the speech at the presentation of colours to the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, by H.R.H. Princess Alexandra, 27 July 1963
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/53


Order of service for the laying up of colours of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, (T.A.), 18 October 1964
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/54

(Ref: D/DLI 2/8/55)

RECORDS OF 8TH BATTALION OLD COMRADES'
ASSOCIATION


Rule book of the Old Comrades' Association of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d.
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/55

RECORDS OF 8TH BATTALION REUNIONS (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/56)

Menu card and programme of the officers' annual reunion dinner of the 8th and 11th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, 24 February 1967
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/56

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS OF 8TH BATTALION (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/57-66(55))

Photograph album of the 4th Volunteer Battalion and 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, containing group photographs of officers at annual camps, 1890 - 1915


Group photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Richmond, Yorkshire, 1890 Back row: Lieutenant W.H. Oliver, Major J. Cook, Lieutenant Bramwell, Lieutenant Pattinson, Captain Todd, Captain Reverend Randle, unidentified, Lieutenants Lawton, Gardner, J. Turnbull, and Walker Second row: Captain H.L. Pattinson, Captain J. Humble, Major C. Perkins, Colonel C. Rowlandson, Major J. Pattinson, Captain and Adjutant Curling Front row: Lieutenant J. Cook, Captain F. Coulson


Group photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Richmond, Yorkshire, 1893 Back row: Captains F. Coulson, W.H. Oliver, F.H. Burn, J. Turnbull, and J. Todd, unidentified, Lieutenant W. Walker, Lieutenant and Quartermaster J. Willan, Lieutenant W. Loughton, Captain H.L. Pattinson, Captain W.H. Bramwell, Lieutenant W. Ridley, Second-Lieutenant T.E. Crossling, Lieutenant J. Cook, Lieutenant J.C. Gardner Second row: Captain J. Humble, Captain J. Cook, Major C. Perkins, Lieutenant-Colonel C. Rowlandson, Captain and Adjutant C.F. Randolph (Lancashire Fusiliers), Reverend T. Rogers, Surgeon Captain W.J. Brown Front row: Lieutenant T. Colquhoun, Captain L.G. Pattinson, Lieutenant J.H. Smeddle, Second-Lieutenant J.H. Marr


Group photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Appleby, Yorkshire, 1898 Back row: Captain W. Walker, Lieutenant J.H.R. Garson, Captain W.C. Blackett, Lieutenant G.C. Roberts, Lieutenant W.C. Willan, Surgeon Captain T. Benson, Captain T.E. Crossling, Captain E.A. Humble, unidentified, Lieutenant and Quartermaster J. Willan, Lieutenant G.H. Humble, Captain W. Ridley Second row: Captain W.H. Oliver, Captain and Adjutant D.P.S. Reid (Loyal North Lancashire Regiment), Surgeon Captain H.A. Collinson, Major J. Humble, Lieutenant-Colonel C. Perkins, Major F. Coulson, Captain J. Turnbull, Captain H.G. Fenwick, Lieutenant R.C. Bell Front row: Second-Lieutenant W.A. Benson, Lieutenants J.F. Cook, J.H. Marr, T.O. Wood, and J.R. Ritson, Captain J. Cook, Second-Lieutenant A.N. Clark


Group photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Bulford, Wiltshire, 1900 Back row: Lieutenant J. Dall, unidentified, Surgeon Captain T. Benson, Captain W. Ridley, Lieutenant W.C. Willan, Lieutenant G.H. Humble, Lieutenant and Quartermaster J. Willan, Second-Lieutenant W.A. Benson, Reverend C. Lomax, Captain T.E. Crossling, unidentified, Lieutenant J.H.R. Garson, Second-Lieutenant R.F. Gibson, Captain J. Cook Second row: Reverend R.H. Yeld, Captain E.A. Humble, Captain W.H. Oliver, Major J. Humble, Lieutenant-Colonel C. Perkins, Major F. Coulson, Captain and Adjutant D.P.S. Reid (Loyal North Lancashire Regiment), Captain W.C. Blackett, J.H. Smeddle, and W. Walker Front row: Lieutenant R.C. Bell, Lieutenant J.F. Cook, Second-Lieutenant R.J. Willan, Lieutenant J.H. Marr, Second-Lieutenant A.N. Clark, Lieutenant G.C. Roberts


Group photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1901 Back row: Second-Lieutenant R.F. Gibson, unidentified, Second-Lieutenant G.S. Legard, Lieutenants W.C. Willan, J.H.R. Garson, J. Dall, and J.F. Cook, Second-Lieutenant W.A. Benson, Lieutenant J.H. Smeddle, Surgeon Captain T. Benson, Captain W.H. Oliver, Lieutenant G.H. Humble, Captain T.E. Crossling Second row: Captain W.C. Blackett, Captain W. Walker, Captain and Adjutant J.H. Mander (Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry), Captain J. Turnbull, Major J. Humble, Major F. Coulson, Lieutenant and Quartermaster J. Willan Front row: Lieutenants J.R. Ritson, J.H. Marr, G.C. Roberts, and R.C. Bell, Second-Lieutenant W.F. Hobson, Surgeon Lieutenant S.W. Plummer


Group photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1903 Back row: Captain J.H. Smeddle, Captain J.R. Ritson, Lieutenant A.A. Wilson, Lieutenant J.H.R. Garson, Captain J. Dall, Reverend C. Lomax, Lieutenant R.J. Willan, Second-Lieutenant W.F. Hobson, Second-Lieutenant F.O. Kirkup, Lieutenant G.H. Humble, Second-Lieutenant R.F. Gibson, Second-Lieutenant J.B. Johnson, Surgeon Captain S.W. Plummer, Second-Lieutenant W.A. Benson Second row: Captain W. Walker, Captain W.C. Blackett, Captain and Adjutant J.H. Mander, Major J. Turnbull, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Humble, Captain J. Cook, Captain E.A. Humble, Captain and Quartermaster J. Willan Front row: Lieutenant J.H. Marr, unidentified, Second-Lieutenant R.S. Tate, Second-Lieutenant A. Thompson


Group photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Conway, Caernarvonshire, 1905 Back row: Lieutenant F.O. Kirkup, Captain T.O. Wood, Captain J.H. Smeddle, Second-Lieutenant F.C. Hepburn, Lieutenant J.H.R. Garson, Surgeon Captain S.W. Plummer, Lieutenant G.H. Humble, Lieutenant J.B. Johnson, Captains J. Dall, E.A. Humble, and A. Thompson Second row: Captain and Quartermaster J. Willan, Captain W. Walker, Captain W.C. Blackett, Major J. Turnbull, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Humble, Major J. Cook, Captain and Adjutant J.H. Mander (Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry), Captain J.R. Ritson, Surgeon Captain T. Benson, Reverend E.J. Taylor Front row: Lieutenants F.G. Harvey, J.M. Ramshaw, R.J. Willan, R.S. Tate, and R.F. Gibson


Group photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Conway, Caernarvonshire, 1906 Back row: Captain J.H. Smeddle, Lieutenants J.M. Ramshaw, R.F. Gibson, and J.H.R. Garson, Reverend C. Lomax, Captain J.B. Johnson, Captain G.H. Humble, Lieutenant F.G. Harvey Second row: Captain W.C. Blackett, Captain W. Walker, Captain and Adjutant F.H. Mahony (Cheshire Regiment), Major J. Turnbull, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Humble, Major J. Cook, Captain J. Dall, Captain E.A. Humble, Captain and Quartermaster J. Willan, Captain J.R. Ritson Front row: Surgeon Lieutenant E.G.D. Benson, Captain A. Thompson, Captain W.A. Benson, Second-Lieutenant J.A.S. Ritson, Surgeon Captain S.W. Plummer, Second-Lieutenant T.A. Bradford, Second-Lieutenant F.C. Hepburn


Group photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1907 Back row: Captain W.A. Benson, Captain G.H. Humble, Second-Lieutenant T.A. Bradford, Lieutenant J.H.R. Garson, Reverend C. Lomax, Surgeon Captain S.W. Plummer, Captain and Quartermaster J. Willan, Reverend E.J. Taylor, Lieutenant R.S. Tate, Captain W.H. Ramsay, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson, Reverend C.H.K. Kirby-Turner, Second-Lieutenant A. Mangles Second row: Captains J.R. Ritson, W. Walker, and W.C. Blackett, Major J. Turnbull, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Humble, Major J. Cook, Captain and Adjutant F.H. Mahony (Cheshire Regiment), Captain J.H. Smeddle, Captain E.A. Humble Front row: Second-Lieutenant J.A.S. Ritson, Lieutenant R.J. Willan, Captain J.M. Ramshaw, Lieutenant F.G. Harvey, Lieutenant R.F. Gibson


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1908 Back row: Captain J.M. Ramshaw, Lieutenants F.G. Harvey, E.G. Savage, and W.H. Coulson, Reverend C.H.K. Kirby-Turner, Reverend C. Lomax, Captain S.W. Plummer (Royal Army Medical Corps), Lieutenant E.G.D. Benson, Captain A. Thompson, Second-Lieutenant E.H. Veitch, Second-Lieutenant G. Peirson, Lieutenant A. Mangles, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson, Captain W.H. Ramsay, Lieutenant T.A. Bradford Front row: Captain E.A. Humble, Captain and Quartermaster J. Willan, Captain J.H. Smeddle, Captain and Adjutant F.H. Mahony (Cheshire Regiment), Major J. Turnbull, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Humble, Major J. Cook, Captains, W.C. Brackett, W. Walker, W.S. Bridge (Brigade Major, Durham Brigade Territorial Force), and J.R. Ritson


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Strenshall, Yorkshire, 1911 Back row: Lieutenants Savage, F. Marshall, E.H. Veitch, E.H. Kirkup, H. Watts, G. Peirson, W.H. Coulson, and J.A.S. Ritson, Captain T.A. Bradford, Lieutenant A. Mangles, Lieutenant Guest-Williams Front row: Lieutenant F.G. Harvey, Captain S.W. Plummer (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain J.R. Ritson, Captain and Adjutant A.H.M. Bowers, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, Major W.C. Blackett, Major J.H. Smeddle, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson, Major and Quartermaster J. Willan, Captain W. Ramsay, Lieutenant P.D. Robinson


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1912 Back row: Captain W.H. Ramsay, Captain F.G. Harvey, Lieutenant E.H. Veitch, Second-Lieutenants H.J. Mowlam, L.V. Burgoyne-Johnson, and H. Watts Second row: Captain T.A. Bradford, Captain A. Mangles, Lieutenant W.H. Coulson, Captain J.A.S. Ritson, Lieutenant F. Marshall, Reverend C. Lomax, Second-Lieutenants J. Turnbull, G.E. Blackett, and R.H. Guest-Williams, Lieutenant E.H. Kirkup, Lieutenant P.D. Robinson Front row: Captain S.W. Plummer (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain and Quartermaster J. Willan, Major W.H. Smeddle, Captain and Adjutant G.A. Stevens (Royal Fusiliers), Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, Major W.C. Blackett, Captains J.R. Ritson, W.A. Benson, and J. Burgoyne-Johnson


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1913 Back row: Second-Lieutenant L.A. Ramsay, Reverend C. Lomax, Second-Lieutenants F.C.H. Carpenter, J.R. Brass, and J.L. Wood, Captains A. Mangles, T.A. Bradford, and E.H. Veitch, Lieutenants H.J. Mowlam, E.H. Kirkup, and J. Turnbull Second row: Captain F.G. Harvey, J. Burgoyne-Johnson, Captain and Adjutant G.A. Stevens (Royal Fusiliers), Major J.H. Smeddle, Lieutenant-Colonel W.C. Blackett, Major J.R. Ritson, Captains W.A. Benson, J.A.S. Ritson, and G.C. Roberts Front row: Second-Lieutenants P. Kirkup, Second-Lieutenant A. Oswell, Lieutenant L.V. Burgoyne-Johnson, Second-Lieutenants G.E. Blackett, E.A. Leybourne, and R.H. Guest-Williams


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Conway, Caernarvonshire, 1914 Back row: Second-Lieutenant E.A. Leybourne, Captain J.A.S. Ritson, Captain E.H. Veitch, Second-Lieutenant L.A. Ramsay, Lieutenant R.H. Guest-Williams, Lieutenant J. Turnbull, Captain W.H. Coulson, Lieutenant G.E. Blackett, Lieutenant J.L. Wood, Second-Lieutenant J.R. Brass, Lieutenant H.J. Mowlam, Reverend C. Lomax, Reverend E.J. Taylor Second row: Captains F.G. Harvey, A. Mangles, and W.A. Benson, Major J.H. Smeddle, Lieutenant-Colonel W.C. Blackett, Captain and Adjutant G.A. Stevens (Royal Fusiliers), Major J.R. Ritson, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson, Captain T.A. Bradford Front row: Second-Lieutenants A. Oswell, W. Johnson, and W. Marshall, Lieutenant L.V. Burgoyne-Johnson, Second-Lieutenants G.D. Gould, F.C.H. Carpenter, and C.W. Baldwin, Lieutenant P. Kirkup


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Souastre, France, 1917 Back row: Second-Lieutenants G.D. Dodds, H.B.C. Watt, D. Sherwood, W. Woodward, T.W. Nicholson, H.S. Mckinlay, H. l'Anson, O.L. Rutter, A.R. Twigg, W.H. Robinson, and F.S. Wakefield Second row: Second Lieutenant S. Boys, Mons Elbel (Interpreter), Second-Lieutenant J. Hutchinson, Lieutenant J. Hopper, Captain J. McNiff (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain A. Oswell, Major P. Kirkup, Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Martin (Royal Scottish Regiment), Lieutenant G.D. Gould, Captain F.M. Weeks, Lieutenant N. Clark, Lieutenant H.B. Holdsworth, Second-Lieutenant R. Gillender Front row: Second-Lieutenants J. Bramwell, F.C.S. Harrison, W.H. Denholm, H. Townsend, E.A. Pike, and J.F. Hobson


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Gateshead, 1915 Back row: Second-Lieutenant J.N.O. Rogers, Second-Lieutenant J.A. Wilson, Lieutenants W. Johnson, J.L. Wood, G.E. Blackett, and P. Kirkup, Second-Lieutenant T.W. Callinan, Lieutenant W. Marshall, Second-Lieutenant A.W. Nesbitt, Second-Lieutenant J.A. Sisson, Lieutenant L.A. Ramsay, Second-Lieutenant E.H. Motum, Lieutenant J.A. Stenhouse (Royal Army Medical Corps) Second row: Captains W.H. Coulson, J.A.S. Ritson, and F.G. Harvey, Major J.H. Smeddle, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, Captains W.A. Benson, T.A. Bradford, J. Turnbull, and E.H. Veitch Front row: Second-Lieutenants J. Blair, C.L.B. Whall, and F.M. Weeks, Lieutenant J.R. Brass, Second-Lieutenant A. Ritson, Lieutenant E.A. Leybourne, Captain L.V. Burgoyne-Johnson, Second-Lieutenant C.W. Baldwin
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Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Blackhall Rocks, 1909 Back row: Lieutenant E.G. Savage, Second-Lieutenants F. Marshall, E.H. Veitch, E.H. Kirkup, H. Watts, and G. Peirson, Lieutenants W.H. Coulson, J.A.S. Ritson, T.A. Bradford, and A. Mangles, Second-Lieutenant W.A. Guest-Williams, unidentified, unidentified, Second-Lieutenant P.D. Robinson Front row: Lieutenant F.G. Harvey, Captain S.W. Plummer (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain J.R. Ritson, Captain and Adjutant A.H.M. Bowers, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, Major W.C. Blackett, Captain J.H. Smeddle, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson, Captain and Quartermaster J. Willan, Captain W.H. Ramsay


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Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920 Back row: Lieutenant R.A. Worswick, Lieutenant and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, Lieutenant J. Hutchinson, Captains J.L. Wood, P. Kirkup, and E.A. Leybourne, Lieutenant R.H. Wharrier, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen Second row: Captain J.A. Stenhouse (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain W.H. Coulson, Major J.A.S. Ritson, Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, Captain and Adjutant E.H. Veitch, Captain J. Turnbull, Reverend C. Lomax Front row: Lieutenants J.N.O. Rogers, F.C.S. Harrison, J. Bramwell, and R. Hall


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1922 Back row: Lieutenant and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, Lieutenants R.A. Worswick, S. Colpitts, A.T. Rooney, J.G. Raine, S. Aberdeen, and S. Platten, Captain R.H. Wharrier Second row: Captain J.N.O. Rogers, Major R.E. Barnsley (Royal Army Medical Corps), Major J.A.S. Ritson, Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, Major and Adjutant E.H. Veitch, Captain P. Kirkup, Captain E.A. Leybourne Front row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Second-Lieutenants L. Ferens, J.F.B. Hutchinson, and A.J. Jackson, Lieutenant F.C.S. Harrison


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1923 Back row: Lieutenant J.G. Raine, Captain J.N.O. Rogers, and Lieutenants S. Platten, D.A.S. Johnston, S. Aberdeen, and R.A. Worswick, Lieutenant and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, Captain R.H. Wharrier Second row: Captain J.A. Stenhouse (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain P. Kirkup, Major J.A.S. Ritson, Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, Major and Adjutant E.H. Veitch, Captain J. Turnbull, Captain E.A. Leybourne Front row: Lieutenant A.T. Rooney, Second-Lieutenant S. Watson, H.H. Alderson, and A.J. Jackson


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924 Back row: Lieutenant J.G. Raine, Lieutenant and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, Lieutenants R.A. Worswick, S. Platten, and J. Bramwell, Second-Lieutenant S. Watson, Lieutenant D.A.S. Johnston, Captain R.H. Wharrier Second row: Captain E.A. Leybourne, Captain P. Kirkup, Major J. Turnbull, Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, Major E.H. Veitch, Captain and Adjutant E.B. Harmer, Captain J.N.O. Rogers Front row: Lieutenant A.J. Jackson, Second-Lieutenant H.H. Alderson, Second-Lieutenant A. Kirkup


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Pwllheli, Wales, 1925 Back row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Lieutenant R.A. Worswick, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, Lieutenants S. Platten, J.R. McDonald (Royal Army Medical Corps), A.J. Jackson, S. Aberdeen, and S. Watson Second row: Captain J.A. Stenhouse (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain E.A. Leybourne, Major J. Turnbull, Colonel G.O. Spence (Commanding 151 Durham Light Infantry Brigade), Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, Captain and Adjutant E.B. Harmer, Captain P. Kirkup, Captain J.N.O. Rogers Front row: Lieutenant A.T. Rooney, Second-Lieutenants J. Boyd, H.R. Willis, T.O. Eltringham, and H.H. Alderson


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, outside a building during an anniversary memorial service, 1925 Back row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Lieutenant S. Watson, Captain J.N.O. Rogers, Lieutenant S. Platten, Captain T.A. Saint, Lieutenant J.R. McDonald (Royal Army Medical Corps), Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, Second-Lieutenant H.R. Willis Second row: Captain J. Hornsby, Lieutenant A.T. Rooney, Second-Lieutenant T.O. Eltringham, Captain and Adjutant E.B. Harmer, Reverend C. Lomax, Captains T.A. Bradford, G.E. Blackett, J. Atkinson, T.F. Brass, J.G. Raine, and H. Wilkinson, Lieutenant H.H. Alderson, Captain E. Fisher Front row: Captain E.A. Leybourne, Majors E.H. Veitch, J.A.S. Ritson, and J. Turnbull, Colonel J. Turnbull, Brevet-Colonel J.R. Ritson, Colonel W.C. Blackett, Captains J.A. Stenhouse (Royal Army Medical Corps), W.G. Francis, E.H. Motum, and R.A. Worswick


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1926 Back row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Second-Lieutenant T.O. Eltringham, Lieutenant S. Platten, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen Third row: Lieutenants J.R. McDonald (Royal Army Medical Corps), A.T. Rooney, S. Watson, and A.J. Jackson, Captain R.A. Worswick, Captain E.A. Leybourne Second row: Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, Major J. Turnbull, Brevet-Colonel J.R. Ritson, Captain and Adjutant E.B. Harmer, Captain P. Kirkup, Captain J.G. Raine Front row: Lieutenant H.R. Willis, Second-Lieutenant M.O. Galley, Second-Lieutenant H.G. Boyd, Lieutenant H.H. Alderson


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1927 Back row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, Lieutenants J.R. McDonald (Royal Army Medical Corps), A.J. Jackson, and H.B. Allen (Royal Army Veterinary Corps), Reverend W.H. Jeffreys, Captain J.G. Raine, Lieutenants Dawron, H.H. Alderson, S. Watson, and S. Aberdeen Second row: Captain R.A. Worswick, Major H. Peele, Major P. Kirkup, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, Captain and Adjutant E.B. Harmer, Captain E.A. Leybourne, Captain J.N.O. Rogers Front row: Second-Lieutenant H.G. Boyd, Second-Lieutenant F.B.S. Downey, Lieutenant H.R. Willis


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1928 Back row: Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, Lieutenant A.J. Jackson, Second-Lieutenant J.W. Walton, Lieutenant J. Ashcroft, Second-Lieutenant D.A. Gray, Reverend W.H. Jeffreys, Second-Lieutenant H.G. Boyd, Lieutenant H.H. Alderson, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson Second row: Captain J. Bramwell, Captain E.A. Leybourne, Major P. Kirkup, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, Captain and Adjutant F. Hall, Captain J.N.O. Rogers, Captain J.G. Raine Front row: Second-Lieutenants F.S. Heselton, R.S. McLaren, and C.E. Nelson


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1929 Back row: Second-Lieutenant W.H. Mather, Lieutenant H.H. Alderson, Second-Lieutenant A. McLaren, Second-Lieutenant C.E. Nelson, unidentified (Green Howards attached), Second-Lieutenant R.W. Tuesday, Second-Lieutenant D.A. Gray, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, Second-Lieutenants F.S. Heselton, R.S. McLaren, and H.V. Ingram (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain G.W. Wright (Royal Army Medical Corps) Front row: Lieutenant A.J. Jackson, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, Captain E.A. Leybourne, Major P. Kirkup, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, Captain and Adjutant F. Hall, Captains J. Bramwell, J.G. Raine, and J.R. McDonald (Royal Army Medical Corps)


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1930 Back row: Captain J.R. McDonald (Royal Army Medical Corps), Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, Second-Lieutenant F.S. Hesleton, Captain J.G. Raine, Second-Lieutenant C.E. Nelson, Captain R.A. Worswick, Lieutenant H.R. Willis, Captain J. Bramwell Second row: Captain J.N.O. Rogers, Major E.A. Leybourne, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, Colonel J. Turnbull, Major P. Kirkup, Captain and Adjutant F. Hall, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson Front row: Second-Lieutenants D.A. Gray, R.S. McLaren, T.E. Alderson, J.W. Walton, and A. McLaren


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, at Halton, Lancashire, 1931 Back row: Second-Lieutenant M.M. Spraggon, Second-Lieutenant T.E. Alderson, Lieutenant C.E. Nelson, Captain D.A. Gray, Lieutenant J.W. Walton, Second-Lieutenant F.W.E. Goodenough, Reverend J. Henderson, Second-Lieutenant R.D. Glass, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen Front row: Captain F.S. Hesleton, Major F. Taylor, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, Major A.V. Anderson, Major E.A. Leybourne, Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, Captain and Adjutant F. Hall, Major J. Bramwell, Captain G.W. Wright (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain R.S. McLaren


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1933 Back row: Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, Second-Lieutenant M.M. Spraggon, Captain G.W. Wright (Royal Army Medical Corps), Second-Lieutenant F.W.E. Goodenough, Lieutenant J.W. Walton, Captain R.S. McLaren, Second-Lieutenants G.F. Cook, R.D. Glass, and B.K. Johnson Front row: Captain Williams (Royal Artillery), Major J. Bramwell, Major E.A. Leybourne, Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, Captain E. Dryden, Major F. Taylor, Captain F.S. Heselton


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1934 Back row: Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, Second-Lieutenant B.K. Johnson, Second-Lieutenant G.F. Cook, Lieutenant J.W. Walton, Captain D.A. Gray, Lieutenants F.W.E. Goodenough, A.M.K. Martin, R.D. Glass, and M.M. Spraggon Front row: Captain F.S. Heselton, Major J. Bramwell, Major E.A. Leybourne, Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, Brevet-Major E. Dryden, Major F. Taylor, Captain R.S. McLaren


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1935 Back row: Second-Lieutenant R.I. Pitt, Lieutenant F.W.E. Goodenough, Captain J.W. Walton, Captain G.W. Wright (Royal Army Medical Corps), Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, Second-Lieutenant G.F. Cook, Lieutenant A.M.K. Martin, Captain D.A. Gray, Second-Lieutenant W.B. Taylor Second row: Captain F.S. Heselton, Major J. Bramwell, Major E.A. Leybourne, Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, Major E. Dryden, Major F. Taylor, Captain R.S. McLaren Front row: Second-Lieutenant B.K. Johnson, Lieutenant M.M. Spraggon


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936 Back row: Lieutenant M.M. Spraggon, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, Captain J.W. Walton, Lieutenant A.M.K. Martin, Second-Lieutenant R.I. Pitt, Captain D.A. Gray, Lieutenant F.W.E. Goodenough, Lieutenant G.F. Cook, Second-Lieutenant F.B. Kirkup, Second-Lieutenant P. Ritchie Front row: Captain P.G.M. Dennis, Captain E.C. Sebag-Montefiore, Major F. Taylor, Major E.A. Leybourne, Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, Captain E.N. Everett (King's Own), Major E.H. Veitch, Major G.W. Wright (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain R.S. McLaren


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Whitby, Yorkshire, 1937 Back row: Second-Lieutenant C.G. Winter, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, Lieutenant A.M.K. Martin, Second-Lieutenants C. Taylor, W.B. Taylor, J. Lace, M.S.S. Scott, and R.I. Pitt, Lieutenants J.C. Bennison (Royal Army Veterinary Corps), F.W.E. Goodenough, and G.F. Cook Second row: Captain J.W. Walton, Captain R.S. McLaren, Major F. Taylor, Major E.A. Leybourne, Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, Captain E.N. Everett (King's Own), Captain F.S. Heselton, Captain D.A. Gray, Reverend L. Deegan


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Shilbottle, Northumberland, 1938 Back row: Lieutenant F.R.M. Martin, Lieutenant G.F. Cook, Captain A.M.K. Martin, Lieutenant R.I. Pitt, Lieutenant W.B. Taylor, Second-Lieutenants J. Lace, C. Taylor, R.C. Simpson, F.B. Kirkup, and P. Ritchie Second row: Captain F.W.E. Goodenough, Captain H.V. Ingram (Royal Army Medical Corps), Major R.S. McLaren, Captain E.N. Everett (King's Own), Colonel J. Turnbull, Lieutenant-Colonel E.A. Leybourne, Majors J. Bramwell, F. Taylor, and J.R. McDonald (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain D.A. Gray, Captain J.W. Walton Front row: Second-Lieutenants C.L. Beattie, W.B. Kirkup, I.S. Turnbull, and J.A. Leybourne


Photograph of Colonel John Turnbull, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1930


Photograph of the signatures of the officers and former officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, who were associated with a memorial to Colonel John Turnbull, c.1937


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Charlbury, Oxfordshire, December 1939 Back row: Second-Lieutenants T. Coates, C.L. Beattie, G. Blagdon, R. Potts, and T. Preacher, Lieutenant G. Clark Second row: Second-Lieutenants I.R. English, F.L. Dees, J.A. Leybourne, and J.A. Robinson, Lieutenant T. Marshall, Lieutenant G.T. Ferguson, Second-Lieutenants G.R. Rodger, G.P. Chambers, and J.F. Gedge Front row: Captains L.H. Wilkinson (Royal Army Medical Corps), G.F. Cook, F.W.E. Goodenough, and J.W. Walton, Major R.S. McLaren, Lieutenant-Colonel C.W. Beart, Captain A.B.S. Clarke (King's Own Scottish Borderers), Major J.G. Raine, Captain A.M.K. Martin, Reverend A.C. Gordon, Lieutenant F.B. Kirkup


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Romsey, Hampshire, June 1940 Back row: Lieutenants G.H. Galvin, P.M. Laws, P.G. Lawn, W. Ridealgh, R. England, E.Y. Cousins, S.C. Rood, R.C. O'Conor, and A.N.B. Pridham Second row: Captain D.N. Thornton (Royal Army Medical Corps), Lieutenants P.F. Groom, O. Collingwood, W.H.W. Jalland, R.W. Lumb, L. Barton, G. Gibbon, and J.D. Mould, Second-Lieutenant J.R. Hannah, Lieutenant H. Waggott, Captain P.G. Hampson Front row: Captain J.N. Wheatley, Captain W.G. Stray, Major J.A. Leybourne, Major C.L. Beattie, Captain J.G. Walker, Major A.H. Dunn, Lieutenant-Colonel R.P. Lidwill, Major G.P. Chambers, Major T.L.A. Clapton, Captain I.R. English, A.J. St George, and E. Woodruff


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Hawick, Scotland, 1949 Back row: Captain J. Welford, Lieutenants J.A. Turnbull, R. Bamborough, A. Camsey, G.L.Y. Western, E. Dennison Second row: Major M.A. Watson (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captain G. Flannigan, Major J.C. Steel (attached), Lieutenant R.N. Rowell, Second-Lieutenant K.N. Fawcett, Captains G. Robertson, T.H. Rowell, and M.E.K. Dixon, Reverend W.E. Wright, Captain P. Elliot, Major I.R. English Front row: Majors G.P. Chambers, V.H. Jackson, and H.S. Sell, Lieutenant-Colonel G.L. Wood, Brigadier J.A. Churchill, Colonel J. Turnbull, Captain P.F. Greenwell, Major J.A. Leybourne, Major F.R.M. Martin


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Stanford, Norfolk, 1950 Back row: Lieutenant J.G. Birkett, Captain J.A. Turnbull, Lieutenants K.N. Fawcett, J. Mulhall, and R.N. Rowell, Captain R. Bamborough, Lieutenant G.L.Y. Western, Lieutenant J. Taylor Front row: Captain G. Robertson, Majors M.A. Watson (Royal Army Medical Corps), P. Elliott, I.R. English, and H.S. Sell, Lieutenant-Colonel G.L. Wood, Captain L.L. Fleming, Majors G.P. Chambers, J. Welford, and J.A. Leybourne, Reverend W.E. Wright, Major M.E.K. Dixon


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Barnard Castle, 1952 Back row: Lieutenants T.E. Nott-Bower, Jameson, A. McTaff, J.G.C. Counsell, T.F. Hibbert, and J. Taylor, unidentified Second row: Captains J.A. Turnbull, R.W. Scott, R.N. Rowell, and R.N. Blagburn, Lieutenant J.B. Stafford, Captain Evans, Lieutenant Phillips (attached), Lieutenant Carter, Captain J. Mulhall Front row: Captain G. Robertson, Major M.A. Watson (Royal Army Medical Corps), Major J.A. Leybourne, Captain E.R. Peart, Brigadier P. Kirkup, Lieutenant-Colonel H.S. Sell, Majors J.C. Steel, I.R. English, and M.E.K. Dixon, Reverend Davies, Captain R. Bamborough


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Aldershot, Hampshire, 1953 Back row: Major F. Ryan, Lieutenants J.G.C. Counsell, E.H.F. Sawbridge, T.E. Nott-Bower, J.M. Lubbock, J.M. Greener, H.J. Blofield, and T.F. Hibbert, Reverend W.E. Wright Second row: Lieutenant M.A. Clarke, A.D.I. Walker, A.T.R. Walding, J.B. Stafford, and K.N. Fawcett, Captains A. Camsey, R.N. Blagburn, G.J. Maughan (Depot Durham Light Infantry, attached), and R. Bamborough, Lieutenant L.J. Pike Front row: Captain J. Mulhall, G. Robertson, Major J.A. Leybourne, Major J.C. Steel, Lieutenant-Colonel H.S. Sell, Captain E.R. Peart, Majors C.C. Ridley, M.A. Watson (Royal Army Medical Corps), and M.E.K. Dixon


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Fylingdales, Yorkshire, 1954 Back row: Lieutenants J.M. Lubbock, T.E. Nott-Bower, T.F. Hibbert, A.D.I. Walker, M. Taggart, A.M. Robb, R.A. Fry, E.H.F. Sawbridge, L.J. Pike, and J.G.C. Counsell Second row: Captain J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps), Lieutenants R.B. White, M.A. Clarke, and J.M. Greener, Reverend L. Howe (Royal Army Chaplains' Department), Captain R.N. Rowell, Captain R.W. Scott, Lieutenants K.N. Fawcett, B.D. Perrott, and C.C. Appleton, Captain R.N. Blagburn, Major M.A. Watson (Royal Army Medical Corps) Front row: Captain R. Bamborough, Majors G. Robertson, C.C. Ridley, I.R. English, and J.C. Steel, Lieutenant-Colonel H.S. Sell, Captain E.R. Peart, Majors J.A. Leybourne, F. Ryan, and M.E.K. Dixon, Captain J. Mulhall


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Fylingdales, Yorkshire, 1956 Back row: Lieutenants R.M.H. Boddington, J. Smedley, J.G.T. Lightley (6th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, attached), D.J. Chapman, W.A. Mallaburn, R. Raymond, A.B. Wilson, D.M. Leach, A.M.N. Wright, A.J. Phillips, and D. McDonald Second row: Lieutenant R.C. Ford, Captains J. Mulhall, W.H. Todd, R.N. Blagburn, J.B. Stafford, K.N. Fawcett, R.W. Scott, R. Bamborough, and C.C. Appleton, Lieutenant M.A. Clarke, Captain R.N. Rowell Front row: Majors A. Catterson, M.E.K. Dixon, and I.R. English, Captain K. Gregson, Colonel J. Bramwell, Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor, Majors J.A. Leybourne, C.C. Ridley, M.A. Watson, and G. Robertson, Reverend L. Howe (Royal Army Chaplains' Department)


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, 1957 Back row: Lieutenant A. Oyston, Lieutenant R.C. Ford, Second-Lieutenant R. Lauder, Lieutenant W.A. Mallaburn, Lieutenant J. Smedley Second row: Lieutenant A.B. Wilson, Captains J.B. Stafford, J. Mulhall, and R.N. Rowell, Reverend L. Howe (Royal Army Chaplains' Department), Captain C.C. Appleton, Lieutenant D. McDonald Front row: Captain J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps), Majors R. Bamborough, G. Robertson, and I.R. English, Captain K. Gregson, Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor, Majors J.A. Leybourne, C.C. Ridley, M.E.K. Dixon, R.W. Scott, and A. Catterson


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Otterburn, Northumberland, 1958 Back row: Captain D. McDonald, Lieutenant A.B. Wilson, Reverend L. Howe (Royal Army Chaplains' Department), Captain C.C. Appleton, Captain J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps), Lieutenant R. Lauder, Captain J.B. Stafford, Lieutenant D.A. Bower, Captain K.N. Fawcett, Lieutenant D.J. Chapman, Lieutenant A. Oytson, Captain R.N. Blagburn, Lieutenant J. Smedley Front row: Majors J. Mulhall, R.W. Scott, and G. Robertson, Captain J.H. Jacob, Colonel J. Bramwell, Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor, Majors M.E.K. Dixon, I.R. English, C.C. Ridley, A. Catterson, and R. Bamborough


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Millom, Cumberland, 1959 Back row: Second-Lieutenant J. Kemp, Officer Cadet R.D. Atkinson, Lieutenant F.W. Holland, Captain N. Mason Second row: Major J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps), Lieutenant A. Oyston, Captains K.N. Fawcett, J.B. Stafford, and C.C. Appleton, Second-Lieutenant J.C. George, Lieutenants R. Lauder, R.C. Ford, and D.J. Chapman, Captain J.H. Jacob, Captain D. McDonald, Reverend L. Howe (Royal Army Chaplains' Department) Front row: Majors A. Catterson, J. Mulhall, G. Robertson, and M.E.K. Dixon, Lieutenant-Colonel A. de V. Gibson, Major I.R. English, Captain M.D.C. McBain, Majors C.C. Ridley, R.W. Scott, and R.N. Blagburn


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform at Stanford, Norfolk, 1960 Back row: Officer Cadet E. Wood, Second-Lieutenant R.D. Atkinson, Lieutenant F.W. Holland, Lieutenant J.R. Young (Royal Army Pay Corps), Captain N. Mason Second row: Lieutenant P.F.R. Chiverton, Captain J.W.R. Craft, Captain R.C. Ford, Officer Cadet J.C. Bartle, Lieutenant J.C. George, Lieutenant R. Lauder, Officer Cadet T.B. Dugdale, Reverend L. Howe (Royal Army Chaplains' Department), Captain J.B. Stafford, Captain D.A. Bower Front row: Majors J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps), C.C. Appleton, and R.W. Scott, Colonel J. Bramwell, Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Nigel Poett, Lieutenant-Colonel A. de V. Gibson, Major M.E.K. Dixon, Captain M.D.C. McBain, Majors G. Robertson, J. Mulhall, and R.N. Blagburn


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, at Barry Buddon, Scotland, 1961 Back row: Captain N. Mason, Captain J.R. Young (Royal Army Pay Corps), Second-Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale, Captains A. Oytson, J.W.R. Craft, and R. Lauder, Reverend L. Howe (Royal Army Chaplains' Department), Lieutenant F.W. Holland, Second-Lieutenant D.J. Burdon, Captain D. McDonald Front row: Majors J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps), C.C. Appleton, J. Mulhall, and G. Robertson, Lieutenant-Colonel A. de V. Gibson, Captain M.D.C. McBain, Majors R.W. Scott, R.N. Blagburn, and J.B. Stafford


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Millom, Cumberland, 1962 Back row: Captain I.M. Robertson (Somerset and Cornwall Light Infantry), Second-Lieutenants P. Welsh, P. Hudson, and T.B. Dugdale, Captain J.W.R. Craft, Lieutenant J.C. George, Captain R. Lauder, Lieutenant P.F.R. Chiverton, Second-Lieutenant J. Hide, Lieutenant F.W. Holland, Captain D. McDonald Front row: Captain N. Mason, Majors C.C. Appleton, T.C. Periam, and J. Mulhall, Colonel R.S. McLaren, Lieutenant-Colonel G. Robertson, Brigadier A.J.A. Arengo-Jones (Commanding 151 Infantry Brigade), Majors R.W. Scott, R.N. Blagburn, J.B. Stafford, and J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps)


Group photograph of Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent and the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, during a new colours presentation at Durham, 1963 Back row: Second-Lieutenants J.C. Smiles, B. Rawson, C. Graham, T.B. Dugdale, G.C. Mason, L.F. Place, A. McC. Tweedie, P. Hudson, F.J.B. Snaith, and F. Gilfedder, Lieutenant F.W. Holland Second row: Reverend F.J.B. Blackburn (Royal Army Chaplains' Department), Lieutenant P.F.R. Chiverton, Captain A. Oyston, Captain R.C. Ford, Major J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps), Captains L. Hudson, D. McDonald, K.N. Fawcett, and J.R. Young (Royal Army Pay Corps), Lieutenant C.H.J. Gibbens Front row: Majors N. Mason, R.N. Blagburn, and T.C. Periam, General Sir Nigel Poett, Lieutenant-Colonel G. Robertson, Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Kent, Major J. Mulhall, Colonel R.S. McLaren, Captain I.M. Robertson (Somerset and Cornwall Light Infantry), Major R.W. Scott, Major J.B. Stafford


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Sennybridge, Brecknock, 1964 Back row: Captain D. McDonald, Reverend F.J.B. Blackburn (Royal Army Chaplains' Department), Second-Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale, Captain C.H.M. Gray, Lieutenant P.C. Firth, Captain P.F.R. Chiverton, Second-Lieutenant R.P. Miller, Second-Lieutenant E. Poulter Front row: Major L. Hudson, Major K.N. Fawcett, Captain D.H. Lawrence, Major J. Mulhall, Lieutenant-Colonel G. Robertson, Majors S.F. Thorpe-Tracey, J.B. Stafford, and N. Mason


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Stanford, Norfolk, 1965 Back row: Second-Lieutenants A. Wood, R.D. Adams, D.B. Robertson, D. Childs, J. Bryson, and J. Minto Second row: Reverend F.J.B. Blackburn (Royal Army Chaplains' Department), Lieutenant C. Graham, Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale, Captain R.C. Ford, Captain A. Oytson, Lieutenant G.C. Mason, Captain F.W. Holland, Captain J.R. Young (Royal Army Pay Corps) Front row: Majors J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps), D. McDonald, and N. Mason, Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Captain D.H. Lawrence, Major L. Hudson, Lieutenant P.C. Firth


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in dress uniform, at Barry Buddon, Scotland, 1966 Back row: Second-Lieutenant D. Howie, Lieutenant J.C. Smiles, Second-Lieutenants J.C. Smiles, S.R.T. O'Sullivan, A. Wood, J. Minto, P.S. Wrightson, D.B. Roberson, and G. Bates (4th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers) Second row: Reverend F.J.B. Blackburn (Royal Army Chaplains' Department), Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale, Lieutenant G.C. Mason, Captain F.J.B. Snaith, Captain W.J. Passmore, Major R.C. Ford, Captain C. Graham, Lieutenant L.F. Place, Captain F.W. Holland Front row: Majors A. Oytson, L. Hudson, and E.B. Burini, Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Captain C.R. Cousens, Major N. Mason, Major D. McDonald


Reproduction of a commemorative card published for the final annual reunion dinner of the 8th and 11th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, at Gilesgate, Durham, 24 February 1967
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/58(57)


Photograph album of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1908 - 1939


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1908


Photograph of Captain J.R. Ritson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, seated, and an unidentified second-lieutenant, left, and another officer, right, outside a tent at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1908


Photograph of a group of officers, and non-commissioned officers, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp, c.1908


Photograph of a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taking refreshment at a camp, c.1908 Back row: F. Marshall, Guest-Williams, Mangles, Bradford Second row: W. Ramsey, Peirson Front row: Ritson, Coulson, Harvey


Photograph of a camp at Rothbury, Northumberland, 1910


Photograph of a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Casel, France, April 1915 Left to right: Lieutenant E.A. Leybourne, Captain J. Turnbull, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, Lieutenants P. Kirkup, F.M. Weeks, and C.L.B. Whall


Group photograph of the sergeants of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Souastre, France, June 1917


Photograph of Captains E.M. Weeks, second left, N. Clark, centre, and G.D. Gould, second right, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on horseback, with two grooms, at St Amand, France, 1916


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry [possibly taken in the United Kingdom], c.1920


Photograph of the Marquis of Londonderry, Lord Lieutenant of the County of Durham, centre, with an escort of officers and soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry, approaching the County of Durham War Memorial during an unveiling ceremony in Durham, 24 November 1928


Programme for a ceremonial parade by the 1st Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and all units of the 50th Northumbrian Division, at Catterick Aerodrome, Yorkshire, 3 July 1930


Photograph of an aerial view of soldiers of the 1st, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade at Catterick, Yorkshire, 3 July 1930


Photograph of an aerial view of soldiers of the 1st, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade at Catterick, Yorkshire, 3 July 1930


Photograph of an aerial view of soldiers of the 1st, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade at Catterick, Yorkshire, 3 July 1930


Photograph of an aerial view of soldiers of the 1st, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade at Catterick, Yorkshire, 3 July 1930


Photograph of an aerial view of a parade field at Catterick, Yorkshire, 3 July 1930


Photograph of an aerial view of soldiers of the 1st, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade at Catterick, Yorkshire, 3 July 1930


Photograph of an aerial view of soldiers of the 1st, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade at Catterick, Yorkshire, 3 July 1930


Photograph of Colonel G.O. Spence, Commanding 151 Infantry Brigade, presenting medals to soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924


Photograph of a group of the Civil Constabulary Reserve during the General Strike, 1926


Photograph of a regimental colour party of The Durham Light Infantry, at Halton, Lancashire, 1931


Photograph of a colour party of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Halton, Lancashire, 1931


Photograph of a colour party of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Halton, Lancashire, 1931


Photograph of Colonel J. Turnbull, left, and Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, right, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taking a salute at Halton, Lancashire, 1931


Photograph of Colonel J. Turnbull, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taking a salute at Halton, Lancashire, 1931


Photograph of Colonel J. Turnbull, left, in civilian dress, and Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, right, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Halton, Lancashire, 1931


Photograph of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade at Halton, Lancashire, 1931


Photograph of a group of women socialising with officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, during a 'guest day' at Halton, Lancashire, 1931


Photograph, captioned 'All that was left of them' Battalion Bombers, 1915 ..., showing Captain F.W. Burgoyne-Johnson, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, and Private 'Snack' Henderson of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry [possibly at Halton, Lancashire], c.1931


Photograph of Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Halton, Lancashire, 1931


Photograph of a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in civilian dress and uniform, relaxing at a camp at Halton, Lancashire, 1931 Left to right: Major E.A. Leybourne, Major E.H. Veitch, Captain H. Wilkinson, Captain R.H. Guest Williams


Photograph of a camp at Halton, Lancashire, 1931


Photograph of a camp at Marske, Yorkshire, 1933


Group photograph of the machine gun company of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, decorating Company Sergeant-Major Lolley, right, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade for a presentation of decorations at Marske, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of Colonel C.M. Hore-Ruthven, taking the salute following a church parade at Marske, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, inspecting 'old comrades' at Marske, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of a group of 'old comrades' on parade at Marske, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of the funeral procession of Captain and Adjutant S. Gibbons, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, July 1933


Photograph of the funeral procession of Captain and Adjutant S. Gibbons, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, July 1933


Photograph of a firing party and buglers at the funeral of Captain and Adjutant S. Gibbons, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, July 1933


Photograph of the massed bands of the 151st Infantry Brigade, playing to a crowd at Redcar, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of members of the massed bands of the 151st Infantry Brigade standing by a bandstand at Redcar, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of the massed bands of the 151st Infantry Brigade, playing in front of a bandstand at Redcar, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of the massed buglers of the 151st Infantry Brigade, playing in front of a bandstand, taken at Redcar, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of civic dignitaries and officers of the 1st and 8th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, seated in a dining hall for a luncheon at Durham Town Hall, 23 July 1934


Seating plan for a luncheon given by the Mayor and Corporation of Durham to the 1st and 8th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, 23 July 1934


Photograph of a colour party of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1930s


Photograph of a senior officer of The Durham Light Infantry, and civic dignitaries, watching a parade [possibly by the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry] at Durham Market Place, c.1930s


Photograph of a senior officer of The Durham Light Infantry, and civic dignitaries, entering Durham Cathedral, c.1930s


Photograph of two senior officers, and civic dignitaries, entering Durham Cathedral, c.1930s


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry escorting a funeral carriage in the United Kingdom, c.1930s


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry in a funeral procession in the United Kingdom, c.1930s


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp in Whitby, Yorkshire, 1937


Photograph of Major Leybourne, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on horseback at a camp in Whitby, Yorkshire, 1937


Photograph, captioned After breakfast ... , showing Major Leybourne, left, and Colonel Turnbull, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1930s


Photograph, captioned Dartmoor , showing two men, including Lieutenant Bonham, resting against a wall in the United Kingdom, c.1930s


Photograph, captioned Moke , showing an officer of The Durham Light Infantry, c.1930s


Group photograph of the offices and sergeants of 'B' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry at a camp, c.1930s


Photograph of soldiers marching down a street towards a railway crossing in the United Kingdom, c.1930s


Photograph of the colours of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on display at a camp during a 'guest day' in the United Kingdom, 1937


Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at Charlbury, Oxfordshire, 1939 Back row: Lieutenant Coates, Major Beatty, Captains Blagdon, Potts, and Preacher (?) Second row: Major I. English, Lieutenant Dees, Major Leybourne, Clarke, Captain and Quartermaster Marshall, Captain Ferguson, Captain Rodgers, Major Chambers, Lieutenant Foster Front row: Wilkinson, Captains G. Cook, Goodenough, and J. Walton, Major McLaren, Colonel T. Beart, Adjutant Clarke (King's Own Scottish Borderers), Major Raine, Captain Martin, Reverend P. Gordon, Captain F. Kirkup


Group photograph of Durham Light Infantry officers at a camp [possibly in the United Kingdom], c.1930s


Photograph of a group of officers [possibly tken in the United Kingdom], c .1930s
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/59(65)


Photograph album of 'B' Company [Chester-le-Street], 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in north east England, in training, including the 2/8th Battalion, 1909 - 1916


Photograph of a trench, taken at Cleadon, c.1914


Photograph of a soldier on guard duty at Cleadon Meadows, c.1914


Photograph of a soldier, and a man in civilian dress, on deck chairs, in front of an ammunition dump at Cleadon, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, digging trenches at Cleadon, c.1914


Photograph of Lieutenant Leybourne, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a garden at Cleadon Meadows, c.1914


Photograph, captioned Transport Lorries ... , showing soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in front of empty carriages at Cleadon Meadows, c.1914


Photograph, captioned Transport Lorries ... , showing horses in a field at Cleadon Meadows, c.1914


Photograph, captioned Transport Lorries ... , showing a soldier holding a horse, and empty carriages at Cleadon Meadows, c.1914


Photograph of a tennis court in the gardens of a country house at Cleadon Meadows, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing under a bivouac at Cleadon Meadows, c.1914


Photograph, captioned Transport Lorries ... , showing soldiers attending to horses at Cleadon Meadows, c.1914


Photograph, captioned Transport Lorries ... , showing soldiers attending to horses at Cleadon Meadows, c.1914


Photograph of a trench in a garden at Boldon, c.1914


Photograph of a soldier of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on the roof of a house, practising signalling at Cleadon Meadows, c.1914


Photograph of a corporal and soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a trench during rifle training at Scott's House, Boldon, c.1914


Photograph of trenches at Hylton, c.1914


Photograph of Lieutenant Gould, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, sitting on sandbags at Hylton, c.1914


Photograph of barbed wire defences at Hylton, c.1914


Photograph of Lieutenant Leybourne, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, utilising a motorcycle mirror as a shaving aid at Ravensworth Park, c.1914


Photograph of Private Keily, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, having a haircut at Ravensworth Park, c.1914


Photograph of an army camp at Ravensworth Park, c.1914


Photograph of tents in an army camp at Ravensworth Park, c.1914


Photograph, captioned Signal H.G.R.S. ... , showing a soldier, sitting beside a tent at Ravensworth Park, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of 'B' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in parkland, in Ravensworth Park, c.1914


Photograph of Captain J.A.S. Ritson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on a horse, in Ravensworth Park, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting on a roadside, including Lieutenant-Colonel A. Henderson, standing, right, c.1914


Photograph of an army camp at Ravensworth Park, c.1914


Photograph of an army camp at Ravensworth Park, c.1914


Photograph of a kit inspection in the yard of Sunderland Road School, Gateshead, c.1914


Photograph of a kit inspection in the yard of Sunderland Road School, Gateshead, c.1914


Photograph of Lieutenant Brass issuing orders to soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Gateshead, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, crossing a road, during a training exercise at Gateshead, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of 'C' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, crossing a road, during a training exercise at Gateshead, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting in a field at Scott's House, Boldon, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with shovels and rifles, at the back of a building [possibly at Gateshead], c.1914


Photograph of Lieutenant Brass dismissing soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Gateshead, c.1914


Photograph of Lieutenant Brass issuing orders to soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Gateshead, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing to attention during a kit inspection at Sunderland Road School, Gateshead, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry, including Lieutenant Brass, left, wearing white braces, Lieutenant Kirkup, centre, handing rations to Private Hall, right, at Castleside, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, outside bivouacs at Consett, c.1914


Photograph of an area used for cooking at an army camp near Lanchester, c .1914


Photograph of Lieutenants Kirkup, left, and Brass, right, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, outside a tent near Lanchester, c.1914


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing at an encampment at Scott's House, Boldon, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers standing in a field at Castleside, c.1914


Photograph, captioned Wreck after Gale ... , showing overturned barrels at an encampment at Scott's House, Boldon,c .1914


Photograph, captioned Wreck after Gale ... , showing overturned tables and chairs beside crates of beer, at an encampment at Scott's House, Boldon, c.1914


Photograph of a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing outside a tent at Scott's House, Boldon, c.1914 Left to right: Captain Turnbull, Captain Ritson, Captain Coulson, Captain Harvey, Lieutenant Blankett


Photograph of Lieutenant Gould, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, left, pointing with a cane, talking with an unidentified colonel, left, at Scott's House, Boldon, c.1914


Photograph of a group of sergeants relaxing in a garden at Scott's House, Boldon, c.1914


Photograph, captioned Lieutenant Blankett supervises Captain Coulson's efforts ..., showing two officers and a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry at Scott's House, Boldon, c.1914


Photograph of a soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and a woman, standing round lines of shovels in a field at Scott's House, Boldon, c.1914


Photograph of Lieutenant Marshall, left, Lieutenant Brass, centre, and Captain Johnstone, right, of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, all later killed in action at Ypres, Belgium, 25 April 1915, at Scott's House, Boldon, c.1914


Photograph, captioned Wreck after Gale ... , showing a damaged tent at an encampment at Scott's House, Boldon, c .1914


Photograph, captioned Wreck after Gale ... , showing overturned tables at an encampment at Scott's House, Boldon, c .1914


Photograph of a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, sitting around a table, at an encampment at Scott's House, Boldon, c.1914


Photograph of a group of Durham Light Infantry soldiers, the winning team of the Havelock Allan Cup [possibly a shooting competition], 1913


Photograph of two boxers, Riley, left, and Cummerford, right, and a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Lieutenants Veitch, centre, Watts, first right from centre, and Kirkup, second right from centre, and Colour-Sergeant Hall, fourth right from centre, at Blackhall Rocks, 1909


Photograph of a group of unidentified soldiers of The 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, outside a barracks hut, c.1909-1916


Photograph of Second Lieutenant E.H. Kirkup, right, standing outside his tent with Second Lieutenant H. Watts, left, Lieutenant E.H. Veitch, centre, at a camp, c.1909


Photograph of officers 'E.H.K.', left, T. Brass, centre, and Newcombe, right, standing near a footbridge over a stream, c.1914


Photograph of an aerial view of trenches at Seaham Harbour, c.1914


Photograph of Sergeant G.B. Brown, left, reading, Sergeant G. Tucker, centre, with flags, and Corporal W. Kay, right, with telescope, at a weekend camp at Tinkler Row Fell, c.1909-1916


Photograph of soldiers standing beside a truck at Atwick Aerodrome, Hornsea, Yorkshire, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and civilians, standing in a field at Mappleton Church parade, Hornsea, Yorkshire, c.1914


Photograph of a panoramic view of an army camp in parkland at Ravensworth Castle, September 1914


Photograph of horses and an army camp in parkland at Ravensworth Castle, September 1914


Photograph of four officers of the 2nd/8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting in a field, Newcombe, first left, Brass, second left, E.H. Kirkup, third left, B. Richardson, right, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1915


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 2nd/8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing at ease, in the countryside at Marske, Yorkshire, 1915


Photograph of a group of unidentified non-commissioned officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, [possibly outside a barracks hut] at Seaham Harbour, 1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, digging trenches in a field, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, constructing a trench, c.1914


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting in a field, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a trench, during a training exercise, c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a trench, during a training exercise, c.1914


Photograph, captioned The Awguard Squad... , showing a sergeant and a group of soldiers on a parade field at the depôt, Newcastle upon Tyne, c.1914


Photograph of a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting at a camp, c.1914


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting on a hillside, c.1914


Photograph of a sergeant and a group of soldiers on a parade field at the depôt, Newcastle upon Tyne, n.d., c.1914


Photograph of a group of officers and soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with a horse, standing in a field, n.d., c.1914


Photograph of a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in parkland [possibly during shooting practice], n.d., c.1914


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in parkland, taken during shooting practice, n.d., c.1914


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, resting in a field, n.d., c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, digging a trench, n.d., c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a trench, during a training exercise, n.d., c.1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, constructing a trench, in the countryside, n.d., c.1914


Photograph of an unidentified officer of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in front of barbed wire defences [possibly at Hylton], n.d., c.1914


Photograph of an unidentified officer of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, sitting on partially constructed defences [possibly at Hylton], n.d., c.1914


Photograph of an army camp, taken from a hillside, n.d., c.1909-1916


Photograph of an army camp, taken from a hillside, n.d., c.1909-1916


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp, n.d., c. 1909-1916


Photograph of an unidentified officer of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a trench, n.d., c.1914


Photograph of a group of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in parkland [possibly about to cut down trees], n.d., c.1909-1916


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in a trench, during a training exercise, n.d., c.1914


Photograph of an army camp at Ravensworth Park, c.1914
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/60(94)


Photograph album of 'B' Company [Chester-le-Street], 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on the Western Front, 27 March 1916 - 6 September 1918


Photograph of soldiers of the Northumberland Fusiliers, wearing captured German helmets and gas masks at Saint Eloi, France, 27 March 1916


Photograph of soldiers of the Northumberland Fusiliers, wearing captured German helmets and gas masks at Saint ÿloi, France, 27 March 1916


Photograph of soldiers of the Northumberland Fusiliers, wearing captured German helmets and gas masks at Saint ÿloi, France, 27 March 1916


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry, holding their Brodie helmets aloft on their rifles at Reninghelst, near Ypres, Belgium, 29 April 1916


Photograph of German prisoners resting after being captured near Proven, Belgium, 16 August 1917


Photograph of British soldiers marching through the ruins of Ypres, Belgium, en route to the front line, 20 September 1917


Photograph of soldiers on pack mules at the Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium, 6 September 1918


Photograph of British soldiers cleaning their clothes and kit after leaving the trenches near Ypres, Belgium, 1 August 1917


Photograph of British soldiers attending to a horse-drawn water cart stuck in mud at Saint Eloi, France, 11 August 1917


Photograph of British officers, standing outside dug-out quarters, on the banks of the Yser Canal, Belgium, 27 August 1917


Photograph of two British officers resting on a sofa, in a trench near the Menin Road, Zillebeke, Belgium, September 1917


Photograph of British soldiers at an outpost behind barbed wire defences near Saint Jean, France, 29 April 1918


Photograph of British soldiers carrying a wounded man, on a stretcher, across a battlefield near Ypres, Belgium, 15 February 1918


Photograph of a disabled tank on a battlefield near Ypres, Belgium, 15 February 1918


Photograph of two British soldiers washing from water in a shell crater at Saint Julien, France, 13 March 1918


Photograph of a battlefield near the Yser Canal, Belgium, September 1917


Photograph of German soldiers advancing over a battlefield near Arras, France, n.d., c.1916-1918


Photograph of German soldiers using fog producing apparatus, n.d., c .1916-1918


Photograph of German soldiers with the projectile of a long-range gun, n.d., c.1916-1918


Photograph of an armoured 'pill-box' on the Romanian Front, n.d., c .1916-1918


Photograph of barbed wire defences on the Romanian Front, n.d., c .1916-1918


Photograph of German soldiers in a trench at the Somme, n.d., c .1916-1918


Photograph of a camouflaged concrete dug-out, n.d., c.1916-1918


Photograph of wreckage on the deck of H.M.S. Vindictive at Ostend Harbour, Belgium, May 1918


Photograph of H.M.S. Vindictive alongside a jetty at Ostend Harbour, Belgium, May 1918


Photograph of mine craters in a battlefield at Saint Eloi, France, c.1916


Photograph of consolidated mine craters at Saint Eloi, France, November 1916


Photograph of a soldier [possibly German] using an observation periscope, n.d., c.1916-1918


Photograph of ruins at Honnecourt, France, July 1917


Photograph of a gas alarm bell at Warneton, Belgium, n.d., c.1916-1918


Photograph of British soldiers transporting guns across a battlefield, n.d., c.1916-1918


Photograph of the silhouette of an officer [possibly British] on a horse, n.d., c.1916-1918


Photograph of British soldiers attending to wounded German prisoners, n.d., c.1916-1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/61(33)


Photograph album of 'B' Company [Chester-le-Street], 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, containing photographs of soldiers in action in Belgium and France, March 1916 - September 1917


Photograph of a working party of soldiers preparing to head for the trenches near St Pierre Divion, France, November 1916


Photograph of a group of wounded German prisoners at a dressing station at Potijze Château, near Ypres, Belgium, September 1917


Photograph of a shell exploding near a dressing station of the 54th Field Ambulance at Heninel, France, 27 May 1917


Photograph of wounded soldiers being carried across a battlefield at Ginchy, France, September 1916


Photograph of soldiers receiving rations from a field kitchen at Ancre, France, October 1916


Photograph of soldiers searching German prisoners in Belgium or France, July 1916


Photograph of a sergeant using a mirror to look out from a trench near Nieuport, Belgium, 8 September 1917


Photograph of captured German trenches on the Messines Ridge, Belgium, 11 Jun3 1917


Photograph of soldiers at a dressing station at Tilloy, France, April 1917


Photograph of soldiers in a trench preparing to begin an offensive near Ginchy, France, 25 September 1916


Photograph of the Douve Valley during a bombardment at Messines, Belgium, 8 June 1917


Photograph of an officer leading soldiers of the Scottish Rifles for an attack on German trenches near Arras, France, April 1917


Photograph of stretcher bearers carrying a wounded soldier over open country near Menin Road, Belgium, 21 September 1917


Photograph of cyclists and cavalry passing through a ruined village at Brie, France, March 1917


Photograph of soldiers digging a communications trench at Delvillle Wood, France, September 1916


Photograph of destroyed ammunition lorries on the Ypres - Zonnebeke Road, Belgium, 30 September 1917


Photograph of German prisoners in a barbed wire enclosure at Aveluy Wood, France, November 1916


Photograph of soldiers leading pack mules over captured ground near Hooge, Belgium, 21 July 1917


Photograph of soldiers preparing a howitzer for firing in Belgium or France, July 1916


Photograph of a 'star shell' exploding at night at Ploegsteert, Belgium, March 1916


Photograph of soldiers preparing to load a howitzer at Englebelmer Wood, France, 7 August 1916


Photograph of soldiers of the 11th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, en route to the front line in railway carriages at Elverdinghe, Belgium, 31 July 1917


Photograph of soldiers of the Irish Brigade returning from Guillemont, France, in lorries, 1916


Photograph of armoured cars passing through Arras, France, April 1917


Photograph of destroyed corrugated iron shelters in a German trench near St Pierre Divion, France, November 1916


Photograph of a soldier firing a Lewis gun from a trench near Ovillers, France, July 1916


Photograph of Sir Douglas Haig greeting the King of Montenegro at Beauquesne, France, September 1916


Photograph of artillerymen wearing winter fur coats in Belgium or France, c .1916 - 1917


Photograph of soldiers fixing fuses into mortar shells at Fonquevillers, France, March 1917


Photograph of a ruined village at Contalmaison, France, September 1916


Photograph of artillery in action at Monchy-le-Preux, France, 11 April 1917


Photograph of a Field Artillery position in the Carnoy Valley near Montauban, France, 30 July 1916


Photograph of soldiers in a trench observing German movements near Ploegsteert Wood, Belgium, January 1917


Photograph of mounted soldiers of the Deccan Horse in the Carnoy Valley, France, 14 July 1916


Photograph of two soldiers, wearing gas masks, operating a machine gun near Ovillers, France, July 1916


Photograph of a wiring party carrying corkscrew supports to the trenches between Arras and Feuchy, France, May 1917


Photograph of soldiers unloading artillery ammunition on the Le Sars-Pys Road, France, March 1917


Photograph of a soldier inspecting a friend's grave at Pilkem, near Ypres, Belgium, 22 August 1917


Photograph of tanks passing through a wood near Elverdinghe, Belgium, 11 September 1917


Photograph of soldiers manning a barrier across a sunken road at Morval, France, 25 September 1916


Photograph of soldiers moving a gun with a team of horses at Bazentin-le-Petit, France, 1916


Photograph of the ruins of Ypres Cloth Hall and Cathedral, Belgium, November 1916


Photograph of the ruins of Ypres Cathedral, Belgium, November 1916


Photograph of a tank moving forward during an attack on Thiepval, France, September 1916


Photograph of a ruined bridge over a canal near Boesinghe, Belgium, 6 August 1917


Photograph of soldiers of the Scottish Rifles returning from an attack on German lines near Arras, France, 7 April 1917


Photograph of a ruined village at Ginchy, France, 25 September 1916


Photograph of soldiers resting in a trench at Thiepval Wood, France, August 1916


Photograph of a howitzer in action at Albert, France, July 1916


Photograph of a soldier looking out from a front line trench near Ploegsteert, Belgium, January 1917


Photograph of anti-aircraft gunners sighting hostile aircraft at Fricourt, France, August 1916


Photograph of wounded soldiers, on stretchers, waiting to be evacuated at Ginchy, France, 12 September 1916


Photograph of soldiers moving across a battlefield in Belgium or France, c .1916 - 1917


Photograph of soldiers moving a cart along a track in Belgium or France, c .1916 - 1917


Photograph of ruined railway carriages in Belgium or France, c .1916 - 1917


Photograph of soldiers moving a gun with a tractor in Belgium or France, c .1916 - 1917


Photograph of two soldiers sitting in a trench in Belgium or France, c .1916 - 1917


Photograph of soldiers loading a gun in Belgium or France, c .1916 - 1917


Photograph of soldiers resting in a trench in Belgium or France, c .1916 - 1917


Photograph of soldiers pulling horses out of mud in Belgium or France, c .1916 - 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/62(60)


Photograph album of an unidentified officer of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Chateau Buigny-St. Macloux, Abbeville; Foch Prisoner of War Camp; Horsley [Northumberland]; and Scarborough, Yorkshire; 1919


Photograph, captioned Canteen marquee , showing a collapsed marquee at a camp [possibly in France], c .1918


Photograph of the grounds of Chateau Buigny-St. Macloux, Abbeville, France, 1919


Photograph, captioned Looking west , showing a view of the grounds of Chateau Buigny-St. Macloux, Abbeville, France, 1919


Photograph, captioned After windstorm , showing a collapsed regimental canteen marquee at a camp [possibly in France], c.1918


Photograph of Chateau Buigny-St Macloux, Abbeville, France, 1919


Photograph of a statue, draped with a soldier's uniform, in a church [possibly in France], c.1918


Photograph of collapsed tents at a camp [possibly in France], c.1918


Photograph of the driveway to Chateau Buigny-St Macloux, Abbeville, France, 1919


Photograph of Buigny village, France, 1919


Photograph of Foch Prisoner of War Camp, France, c.1918


Photograph of an officer sitting at a table in a hut [possibly in France], c.1918


Photograph of a soldier's bed in a hut [possibly in France], c.1918


Photograph of Captain J. Hindley, 17th King's Royal Rifle Corps, standing in a camp [possibly in France], c.1918


Photograph, captioned Fritz and Mud! , showing two German prisoners standing by a wire fence at Foch Prisoner of War Camp, France, c.1918


Photograph of a tent orderly standing at the entrance to a tent [possibly in France], c.1918


Photograph of a church at Buigny, France, 1919


Photograph of the Abbeville Road, France, 1919


Photograph, captioned Dinners Up , showing soldiers receiving rations at a camp [possibly in France], c .1918


Photograph, captioned Mill Race ... , showing a view of a riverbank at Drucat, France, 1919


Photograph of the Abbeville - Drucat road, France, 1919


Photograph of a roadside crucifix [possibly in France], c.1919


Photograph of an avenue leading to Buigny Church, France, 1919


Photograph of a street at Buigny, France, 1919


Photograph of a sentry post at Foch Prisoner of War Camp, France, c .1918


Photograph of Foch Prisoner of War Camp, France, c.1918


Photograph of Foch Prisoner of War Camp, France, c.1918


Photograph, captioned Mill Race ... , showing a view of a riverbank at Drucat, France, 1919


Photograph, captioned Off [North or South] Shields, showing ships on the River Tyne, c .1919


Photograph of Foch Prisoner of War Camp, France, c.1918


Photograph of officers Wharrier and Elliot of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry [possibly in France], c.1918


Photograph of a farmhouse at Drucat, France, 1919


Photograph, captioned French Greys , showing horses pulling a carriage [possibly in France], c.1919


Photograph of Chateau Buigny-St Macloux, Abbeville, France, 1919


Photograph of a Handley-Page bomber aircraft flying in the sky, c.1919


Photograph, captioned Horsley , showing two women and a boy sitting in a field in Northumberland, 1919


Photograph of a man holding a hoe, standing in a field at Horsley, Northumberland, 1919


Photograph of people having a picnic beside a haystack at Horsley, Northumberland, 1919


Photograph of a man and a boy standing near a flock of sheep at Horsley, Northumberland, 1919


Photograph of a bridge over a river [possibly in the United Kingdom], c .1919


Photograph of an unidentified lance-corporal [possibly in the United Kingdom], c.1919


Photograph of people having a picnic beside a haystack at Horsley, Northumberland, 1919


Photograph of a woman using a hoe at Horsley, Northumberland, 1919


Photograph of a group of women sitting on a brick structure in a field at Horsley, Northumberland, 1919


Photograph of an officer with a group of women and a boy, relaxing in a field at Horsley, Northumberland, 1919


Photograph of a woman standing in a field in the United Kingdom, c.1919


Photograph of a cow sitting in a field [possibly at Horsley, Northumberland], c.1919


Photograph of an officer, on horseback, taken on a country road [possibly in the United Kingdom], c.1919


Photograph of people having a picnic in a field at Horsley, Northumberland, Whit Monday, [9 June] 1919


Photograph of a woman and a boy working in a field of crops [possibly at Horsley, Northumberland], c.1919


Photograph of the River Eden at Armathwaite, Cumberland, c.1919


Photograph of a woman standing by a stream in the United Kingdom, c .1919


Photograph of a 'peace bonfire' at the Town Moor, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, c .1918


Photograph of a group of people in a wood at Horsley, Northumberland, Whit Monday [9 June] 1919


Photograph of boys playing on a makeshift 'seesaw' in the United Kingdom, c .1919


Photograph of a group of men and boys with a flock of sheep at the Sheep Market, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, c.1919


Photograph of a boy with a bicycle, standing in the backyard of a house in the United Kingdom, c.1919


Photograph of a group of people in a wood at Horsley, Northumberland, Whit [9 June] Monday 1919


Photograph of a boy feeding two calves in the United Kingdom, c.1919


Photograph, captioned Billie and Elsie , showing two women on a picnic at Horsley, Northumberland, Whit Monday [9 June] 1919


Photograph, captioned The Army Horse , showing a man and a boy standing with a horse in a field in the United Kingdom, c.1919


Photograph, captioned 'Jane' Smiling , showing a boy standing in a doorway in the United Kingdom, c.1919


Photograph of a man and a boy, on horseback, in a farmyard [possibly at Horsley, Northumbrian], c.1919


Photograph of a man and a woman working in a field of crops [possibly at Horsley, Northumberland], c.1919


Photograph of a man feeding a lamb in a field [possibly at Horsley, Northumberland], c.1919


Photograph of cows in a farmyard [possibly at Horsley, Northumberland], c .1919


Photograph of a horse and a foal in a field [possibly at Horsley, Northumberland], c.1919


Photograph of a river in the United Kingdom, c.1919


Photograph of a country track in the United Kingdom, c.1919


Photograph of a stream running through Jesmond Dene, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in the winter, 1913


Photograph, captioned ... 'C' Company Mess ... , showing a group of officers of The Durham Light Infantry standing in a doorway at Rebicourt, Belgium, February 1917


Photograph of a group of officers of The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a yard at Rebicourt, Belgium, February 1917


Photograph of Amble Harbour, Northumberland, c.1919


Photograph of ships on the River Tyne [possibly at North or South Shields], c.1919


Photograph of a riverbank scene [possibly of the River Eden at Armathwaite, Cumberland], c.1919


Photograph of a stream running through a wood [possibly taken at Jesmond Dene, Newcastle-upon-Tyne], c.1913


Photograph of a snow covered track through a wood [possibly taken at Jesmond Dene, Newcastle-upon-Tyne], c.1913


Photograph of Warkworth Castle, Northumberland, 1920


Photograph of Warkworth Castle, Northumberland, 1920


Photograph of Warkworth Castle, Northumberland, 1920


Photograph of Warkworth Castle, Northumberland, 1920


Photograph of the River Coquet, with Warkworth Castle, Northumberland, in the distance, 1920


Photograph of people looking at a ship in harbour at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of people looking at a ship in harbour at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of boats in a harbour at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of boats moored at a harbour at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of fishing boats on a beach at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a boat in a harbour at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a hillside and a bay at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a harbour, with a castle in the distance, Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of men attending to fishing boats on a beach at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of boats moored at a harbour at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of the ruins of a castle [possibly at Scarborough, Yorkshire], c .1920


Photograph of an gun at a camp at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of Scarborough Camp, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a harbour, with a castle in the distance, Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of two women standing on a riverbank [possibly at Jesmond Dene, Newcastle-upon-Tyne], c.1913


Photograph of Scarborough Castle, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a woman standing in a field of crops [possibly at Horsley, Northumberland], c.1919


Photograph of a 'peace bonfire' at the Town Moor, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, c .1918


Photograph of Scarborough Camp, Yorkshire, 1920


Photograph of a 'peace bonfire' at the Town Moor, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, c .1918


Photograph of a paddle steamer, the Frenchman [possibly at Scarborough Harbour, Yorkshire], c.1920


Photograph of Chateau Buigny-St Macloux, Abbeville, France, 1919


Photograph of a country road [possibly in the United Kingdom], c.1919


Photograph of a country track in the United Kingdom, c.1919


Photograph of a bridge crossing a river [possibly at Armathwaite, Cumberland], c.1919


Photograph of people having a picnic [possibly at Armathwaite, Cumberland], c.1919


Photograph of a man paddling in a river as a woman looks on [possibly at Armathwaite, Cumberland], c.1919


Photograph of a ruined building [possibly at Armathwaite, Cumberland], c .1919


Photograph of a ruined building [possibly at Armathwaite, Cumberland], c .1919


Photograph of two women sitting on a riverbank [possibly at Armathwaite, Cumberland], c.1919


Photograph of a blossoming bush, c.1919


Photograph of sheep at a roadside [possibly at Armathwaite, Cumberland], c .1919


Photograph of a woman sitting on a riverbank [possibly at Armathwaite, Cumberland], c.1919


Photograph of primroses [possibly at Armathwaite, Cumberland], c.1919
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/63(115)


Photograph album and scrapbook of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1914 - 1967


Photograph of officers and soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, marching at a camp [possibly at Conway, Caernarvonshire], c.1914


Photograph of a cook standing outside a camp building [possibly at Conway, Caernarvonshire], c.1914


Christmas greetings card of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1914


Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, waiting to entrain for Durham, at Conway, Caernarvonshire, 3 August 1914


Copy of Orders for Night Operations issued by Captain and Adjutant G.A. Stewart, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 9 September 1914


Christmas greetings card of the 50th Division, 1917


Postcard photograph of The Onward , taken at Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, c.1915


Photograph of a ship [possibly The Onward] leaving Folkestone Harbour Kent, c.1915


Illustration of a street scene at Warloy-Baillon, near Albert, France, December 1916


Photograph of a group of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, prior to going into action at Casel, France, April 1915 Left to right: Lieutenant E.A. Leybourne, Captain J. Turnbull, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, Lieutenants P. Kirkup, F.M. Weeks, and C.L.B. Whall


Postcard photograph of Kemmel Chateau [used as a billet by the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry], taken in Belgium, c.1916


Postcard photograph of a canal scene at Armentières, France, c .1915


Postcard photograph of Armentières Asylum, France [used as a billet by the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry], c.1915


Postcard group photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Souastre, France, 1917


Postcard group photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Souastre, France, 1917


Photograph, from a newspaper, of Captain F.H. Mahony, Cheshire Regiment [late Captain and Adjutant, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry], killed in action 1914, n.d., 1914


Illustration of Albert Church, France, c.1916


Photograph, captioned The Padres , showing Captain Holman Brown, left, Lieutenant-Colonel C. Lomax, centre, and Captain C. Milner, right, taken in Belgium or France, 1917


Duplicate of D/DLI 2/8/11(64)


Photograph of two soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with a horse drawn wagon at Mont des Cats, Belgium, 1916


Photograph of two soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, each holding a horse at Souastre, France, 1917


Photograph of two soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, sitting in a horse drawn cart of the officers' mess at Mont des Cats, Belgium, 1916


Photograph of two soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with a horse drawn wagon at Mont des Cats, Belgium, 1916


Photograph of an officer of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on horseback at Mont des Cats, Belgium, 1916


Photograph of a soldier of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with a horse at Mont des Cats, Belgium, 1916


Photograph of a group of officers of 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, other regiments and the navy, at the entrance to a building [possibly in Belgium or France], c.1915 - 1918


Photograph of three officers of 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, standing on the steps to a building [possibly in Belgium or France], c.1915 - 1918


Photograph of a group of officers of various nationalities [possibly at a prisoner-of-war camp], c.1915 - 1918


Photograph of a group of officers of 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, other regiments and the navy, sitting in a barrack room [possibly in Belgium or France], c.1915 - 1918


Message received by the 151st Infantry Brigade from Major-General Sir J.S.M. Shea during the Battle of Arras, France, 22 April 1917


Historical notes on D/DLI 2/8/64(30)


Letter from Captain J.A.S. Ritson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, to Henry Walker, concerning military actions which occurred in during April 1915, 6 May 1915


Newspaper cutting concerning a commemorative service for the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Durham Cathedral on 25 April 1926 [1926]


Special Order of the Day issued by Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief, British Armies in France, 11 April 1918


Verse entitled Apres la Guerre , by 'E.M.V.', c.1918


Table plan for an officers' mess dinner of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 8 August 1919


Group photograph of officers of The Durham Light Infantry at a re-union dinner at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 19 November 1926


Photograph of a memorial cross to the officers and men of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, killed in action on the Butte de Warlencourt, France, 5 November 1916


Order of Service for a reception of the regimental colours of the Durham Local Militia at Durham Cathedral, 16 August 1914


Order of Service for the unveiling and dedication of the Butte de Warlencourt Memorial Cross of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Chester-le-Street parish church, 1 July 1928


Newspaper cutting concerning the funeral of John George [Lambton], Earl of Durham, at St Barnabas' Church, Bournmoor, on 22 September 1928, [1928]


Prayer sheet for a service in memory of Brevet-Colonel John Ridley Ritson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Durham Cathedral ,11 July 1927


Newspaper cutting concerning an annual dinner of 'B' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the Drill Hall, Chester-le-Street, on 29 August 1930, [1930]


Descriptive notice of the Memorial Chapel to The Durham Light Infantry at Durham Cathedral, c.1930


Newspaper cutting concerning an annual dinner of 'B' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the Drill Hall, Chester-le-Street, County Durham, and Colonel P. Kirkup's appeal that soldiers accept a government decision to dispense with annual training camps, c.1931


Message from Colonel W.B. Greenwell, Commander 151st (Durham Light Infantry) Brigade, to 'The Officer Commanding', 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon Camp, Yorkshire, offering congratulations to the battalion for 'their excellent conduct of the Ceremonial parade this morning', 4 August 1934


Signed menu card for a dinner given in honour of Colonel Philip Kirkup, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on occasion of his retirement from command of the battalion, Durham, 11 March 1938


Newspaper cutting, from The Newcastle Journal , including a photograph of Major E.A. Leybourne, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 23 December 1937


Programme for a presentation of silver bugles to the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Palace Green, Durham, 9 July 1939


Roll of the honorary colonels and commanding officers of The Armed Association; the 1st Administrative Battalion, Durham Rifle Volunteers; the 7th Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps; the 4th Durham Rifle Volunteers; the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry; and the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c.1932


Historical notes on D/DLI 2/8/64(50) and (52)


Souvenir card of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1967


Notes on a muster roll of a company of the 13th Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps


Historical notes on the reorganisation of the Militia of the County of Durham in 1853


Field message from 50th Division to 151st Infantry Brigade, concerning actions in the Cherisy sector, France, c.1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/8/64(55)


Photograph album of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, containing group photographs of officers at annual camps, 1920 - 1966


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920 Back Row: Lieutenant R.A. Worswick; Lieutenant and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D.; Lieutenant J. Hutchinson, M.C.; Captain J. Wood; Captain P. Kirkup; Captain E.A. Leybourne; Captain R.H. Wharrier, M.C.; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M. Middle Row: Captain J.A. Stenhouse, Royal Army Medical Corps; Captain W.H. Coulson; Major J.A.S. Ritson, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, T.D.; Captain and Adjutant E.H. Veitch, M.C., T.D.; Captain J. Turnbull; Captain C. Lomax, T.D., C.F. Front Row: Lieutenant J.N.O. Rogers; Lieutenant F.C.S. Harrison; Lieutenant J. Bramwell; Lieutenant R. Hall


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1922 Back Row: Lieutenant and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D.; Lieutenant R.A. Worswick; Lieutenant Colpitts; Lieutenant A. Rooney, M.C.; Lieutenant J.G. Raine, M.C.; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M.; Lieutenant S. Platten, M.C.; Captain R.H. Wharrier, M.C. Middle Row: Captain J.N.O. Rogers; Major Barnsley, M.C., Royal Army Medical Corps; Major J.A.S. Ritson, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, O.B.E., T.D.; Major and Adjutant E.H. Veitch, M.C., T.D.; Captain P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C.; Captain E.A. Leybourne Front Row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell; Lieutenant Ferens; Lieutenant A. Hutchinson; Lieutenant A. Jackson; Lieutenant F.C.S. Harrison


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1923 Back Row: Lieutenant J.A. Raine, M.C.; Captain J.N.O. Rogers; Lieutenant S. Platten, M.C.; Lieutenant D.A.S. Johnson; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M.; Lieutenant R.A. Worswick; Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C.; Captain R.H. Wharrier, M.C. Middle Row: Captain J.A. Stenhouse, Royal Army Medical Corps; Captain P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Major J.A.S. Ritson, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, O.B.E., T.D.; Major and Adjutant E.H. Veitch, M.C., T.D.; Captain J. Turnbull; Captain E.A. Leybourne Front Row: Lieutenant A. Rooney, M.C.; Lieutenant Watson; Lieutenant Alderson; Lieutenant Jackson


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924 Back Row: Lieutenant J.A. Raine, M.C.; Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C.; Lieutenant R.A. Worswick; Lieutenant S. Platten, M.C.; Lieutenant J. Bramwell; Lieutenant Watson; Lieutenant D.A.S. Johnston; Captain R.H. Wharrier, M.C. Middle Row: Captain E.A. Leybourne; Captain P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C.; Major J. Turnbull; Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, O.B.E., T.D.; Major E.H. Veitch, M.C., T.D.; Captain and Adjutant Harmer; Captain J.N.O. Rogers Front Row: Lieutenant Jackson; Lieutenant Alderson; Lieutenant Austin Kirkup


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at an Anniversary Memorial Service, 1925 Back Row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell; Lieutenant Watson; Captain J.N.O. Rogers; Lieutenant S. Platten; M.C., Captain T.A. Saint; Captain J.R. MacDonald, M.C., Royal Army Medical Corps; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M.; Lieutenant Willis Middle Row: Captain J. Hornsby; Lieutenant A. Rooney, M.C.; Lieutenant Eltringham; Captain Harmer; Colonel C. Lomax, C.F.; Captain T.A. Bradford, D.S.O.; Captain G.E. Blackett; Captain J. Atkinson, D.C.M.; Captain T.F. Brass; Lieutenant J.G. Raine, M.C.; Captain H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D.; Lieutenant Alderson; Lieutenant E. Fisher Front Row: Captain E.A. Leybourne, T.D.; Major E.H. Veitch, M.C., T.D.; Major J.A.S. Ritson, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Major J. Turnbull, T.D.; Colonel J. Turnbull, C.M.G., V.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, O.B.E., T.D.; Colonel W.C. Blackett, C.B.E., T.D; Captain J.A. Stenhouse; Captain W. Francis; Captain E.H. Motum; Captain R.A. Worswick


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Pwhelli, Caernarvonshire, 1925 Back Row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell; Captain R.A. Worswick; Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D.; Lieutenant S. Platten, M.C.; Lieutenant J.R. MacDonald, M.C., Royal Army Medical Corps; Lieutenant Jackson; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M.; Lieutenant Watson Middle Row: Captain J.A. Stenhouse; Captain E.A. Leybourne; Major J. Turnbull; Colonel Commandant G.O. Spence, C.B., D.S.O., T.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, O.B.E., T.D.; Captain and Adjutant Harmer; Captain P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C.; Captain J.N.O. Rogers Front Row: Lieutenant A. Rooney, M.C.; Lieutenant J. Boyd; Lieutenant Willis; Lieutenant Eltringham; Lieutenant Alderson


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick Camp, Yorkshire, 1926 The photograph is signed by Lieutenant J. Bramwell; 2nd Lieutenant T.O. Eltringham; Lieutenant S Platten; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen; Lieutenant J.R. McDonald; Lieutenant A. Rooney; Lieutenant P. Watson; Lieutenant A.J. Jackson; Captain R.A. Worswick; Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson; Captain E.A. Leybourne; Major J. Turnbull; Colonel J.R. Ritson; Captain and Adjutant S.B. Harmer; Captain P. Kirkup; Captain J.G. Raine; Lieutenant Willis; 2nd Lieutenant M.O. Gatley; 2nd Lieutenant H.G. Boyd; Lieutenant Alderson


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1927 Back Row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell; Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D.; Captain J.R. MacDonald, M.C., Royal Army Medical Corps; Lieutenant Jackson; Lieutenant Allen, Royal Army Veterinary Corps; Reverend Jeffreys; Lieutenant J.G. Raine, M.C.; Lieutenant Dawron; Lieutenant Alderson; Lieutenant Watson; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M. Middle Row: Captain R.A. Worswick; Major H. Peele, Royal Army Veterinary Corps; Major P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C.; Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D.; Captain and Adjutant Harmer; Captain E.A. Leybourne; Captain J.N.O. Rogers Front Row: Lieutenant H. Boyd; Lieutenant F.B. Downey; Lieutenant Willis


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1928 Back Row: Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M.; Lieutenant Jackson; Lieutenant J.W. Walton; Lieutenant J. Ashcroft; Lieutenant D.A. Gray; Reverend Mr. Jeffreys; Lieutenant H. Boyd; Lieutenant T.E. Alderson; Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D. Middle Row: Captain J. Bramwell; Captain E.A. Leybourne, T.D.; Major P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D.; Captain and Adjutant F. Hall; Captain J.N.O. Rogers; Captain J.G. Raine, M.C. Front Row: Lieutenant F.S. Heselton; Lieutenant R.S. McLaren; Lieutenant C.E. Nelson


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1929 Back Row: Lieutenant W.H. Mather; Lieutenant Alderson; Lieutenant A. McLaren; Lieutenant C.E. Nelson; Attached "Green Howards"; Lieutenant R.C. Queree, N.Z.; Lieutenant D.A. Gray; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M.; Lieutenant J.W. Walton; Lieutenant F.S. Heselton; Lieutenant R.S. McLaren; Lieutenant H.V. Ingram, Royal Army Medical Corps; Captain G.W. Wright, M.M., Royal Army Medical Corps Front Row: Lieutenant Jackson; Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D.; Captain E.A. Leybourne; Major P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D.; Captain and Adjutant F. Hall; Captain J. Bramwell; Captain J.G. Raine, M.C.; Captain J.R. MacDonald, M.C., Royal Army Medical Corps


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1930 Back Row: Captain J.R. MacDonald, M.C., Royal Army Medical Corps; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M.; Lieutenant F.S. Heselton; Captain J.G. Raine, M.C.; Lieutenant C.E. Nelson; Captain R.A. Worswick; Lieutenant Willis; Major J. Bramwell Middle Row: Captain J.N.O. Rogers; Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D.; Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D.; Colonel J. Turnbull, C.M.G., T.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Captain and Adjutant F. Hall; Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D. Front Row: Lieutenant D.A. Gray; Lieutenant R.S. McLaren; Lieutenant T.E. Alderson; Lieutenant J.W. Walton; Lieutenant A. McLaren


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Halton, Yorkshire, 1931 Back Row: Lieutenant M. Spraggon; Lieutenant T.E. Alderson; Lieutenant C.E. Nelson; Captain D.A. Gray; Lieutenant J.W. Walton; Lieutenant W.E. Goodenough; Lieutenant Henderson, C.F.; Lieutenant R.W. Glass; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M. Front Row: Captain F.S. Heselton; Major F. Taylor; Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D.; Major A.V. Anderson, M.B.E.; Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Captain and Adjutant F. Hall; Major J. Bramwell; Captain G.W. Wright, M.M. Royal Army Medical Corps; Captain R.S. McLaren


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske Yorkshire, 1933 Back Row: Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M.; Lieutenant M. Spraggon; Captain G.W. Wright, M.M., Royal Army Medical Corps; Lieutenant W. Goodenough; Lieutenant J.W. Walton; Captain R.S. McLaren; Lieutenant Cook; Lieutenant R.W. Glass; Lieutenant Johnson Front Row: Captain Williams; Major J. Bramwell; Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Captain and Adjutant E. Dryden, M.C.; Major and Quartermaster F. Taylor; Captain F.S. Heselton


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1933


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Ripon, Yorkshire, 1934 Back Row: Lieutenant S. Aberdeen; 2nd Lieutenant B.K. Johnson; 2nd Lieutenant G.F. Cook; Lieutenant J.W. Walton; Captain D.A. Gray; Lieutenant F.W.E. Goodenough; Lieutenant A.M.K. Martin; Lieutenant R.D. Glass; Lieutenant M.M. Spraggon Front Row: Captain F.S. Heselton; Major J. Bramwell; Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Battalion-Major E. Dryden, M.C. (Adjutant); Major (Quartermaster) F. Taylor; Captain R.S. McLaren


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Catterick, Yorkshire, 1935 Back Row: Second Lieutenant R.I. Pitt; Lieutenant F.W. Goodenough; Captain J.J.W. Walton; Captain G.W. Wright, M.M. (Royal Army Medical Corps attached); Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M.; 2nd Lieutenant G.F. Cook; Lieutenant A.M.K. Martin; Captain D.A. Gray; 2nd Lieutenant W.B. Taylor Middle Row: Captain F.S. Heselton; Major J.T. Bramwell; Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D.; Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.(Commanding Officer); Major E. Dryden, M.C. (Adjutant); Major (Quartermaster) F. Taylor; Captain R.S. McLaren Front Row: Second Lieutenant B.K. Johnson; Lieutenant M.M. Spraggon


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Marske, Yorkshire, 1936 Back Row: Lieutenant M.M. Spraggon; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M.; Captain J. Walton; Lieutenant A.M.K. Martin; 2nd Lieutenant R.I. Pitt; Captain D.A. Gray; Lieutenant F.W.E. Goodenough; Lieutenant G.F. Cook; 2nd Lieutenant F.B. Kirkup; 2nd Lieutenant P. Ritchie Front Row: Captain P.G.M. Dennis; Captain E.C. Sebag-Montefiore; Major F. Taylor (Quartermaster); Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D.; Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C. T.D. (Commanding Officer); Captain E.N. Everett (Adjutant); Major E.H. Veitch, M.C., T.D. (attached); Major G.W. Wright, M.M. (Royal Army Medical Corps attached); Captain R.S. McLaren


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Whitby, Yorkshire, 1937 Back Row: Second Lieutenant C.G. Winter; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M., T.D.; Lieutenant A.M.K. Martin; 2nd Lieutenant C. Taylor; 2nd Lieutenant W.B. Taylor; 2nd Lieutenant J. Lace; 2nd Lieutenant M.S.S. Scott; 2nd Lieutenant R.I. Pitt; Lieutenant J.C. Bennison (Royal Army Veterinary Corps attached); Lieutenant F.W.E. Goodenough; Lieutenant G.F. Cook Middle Row: Captain J.W. Walton; Captain R.S. McLaren; Major (Quartermaster) F. Taylor; Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D.; Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., (Commanding Officer); Captain E.N. Everett (Adjutant); Captain F.S. Heselton; Captain D.A. Gray; Captain C. Deegan (Royal Army Chaplains' Department) Front Row: Second Lieutenant P. Ritchie; Second Lieutenant F.B. Kirkup


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Hawick, Roxburghshire,1949 Back Row: Captain J. Welford; Lieutenant J.A. Turnbull; Lieutenant R. Bamborough; Lieutenant A. Camsey; Lieutenant G.L. Young-Western, M.C.; Lieutenant E. Dennison Middle Row: Major M.A. Watson (Royal Army Medical Corps); Captain (Quartermaster) G. Flannigan, M.B.E., M.M.; Major J.C. Steel; Lieutenant R.N. Rowell; 2nd Lieutenant K.N. Fawcett; Captain G. Robertson; Captain T.H. Rowell; Captain M.E.K. Dixon; Reverend W.E. Wright (Royal Army Chaplains' Department); Captain P. Elliott; Major I.R. English, M.C. Front Row: Major J.P. Chambers; Major V.H. Jackson, T.D.; Major H.S. Sell, M.C., T.D., (2nd in Command); Lieutenant-Colonel G.L. Wood, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., (Commanding Officer); Brigadier J.A. Churchill, C.B.E., D.S.O., M.C., (Colonel of the Regiment); Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D., D.L., (Honorary Colonel); Captain P.F. Greenwell, M.C. (Adjutant); Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C.; Major F.R.M. Martin, M.C., T.D.


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Stanford, Norfolk, 1950 Back Row: Lieutenant J.G. Birkett; Captain J.A. Turnbull; Lieutenant K.N. Fawcett; Lieutenant J. Mulhall; Lieutenant R.N. Rowell; Captain R. Bamborough; Lieutenant G.L. Young-Western, M.C.; Lieutenant J. Taylor Front Row: Captain G. Robertson; Major M.A. Watson (Royal Army Medical Corps); Major P. Elliott, T.D.; Major I.R. English, M.C., T.D.; Major H.S. Sell, M.C., T.D., (2nd in Command); Lieutenant-Colonel G.L. Wood, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., (Commanding Officer); Captain L.L. Fleming, M.C., (Adjutant); Major G.P. Chambers, T.D.; Major J. Welford, T.D.; Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C., T.D.; Reverend W.E. Wright, T.D., (Royal Army Chaplains' Department)


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Aldershot, Hampshire, 1953 Back Row: Major (Quartermaster) F. Ryan; Lieutenant J.C.C. Counsell; Lieutenant E.H.F. Sawbridge; Lieutenant T.E. Nott-Bower; Lieutenant J.M. Lubbock; Lieutenant J.M. Greener; Lieutenant H.J. Blofield; Lieutenant T.F. Hibbert; Reverend W.E. Wright, T.D. (Royal Army Chaplains' Department) Centre Row: Lieutenant M.A. Clarke; Lieutenant A.D.I. Walker; Lieutenant A.T.R. Walding; Lieutenant J.B. Stafford; Lieutenant K.N. Fawcett; Captain A Camsey; Captain R.N. Blagburn; Captain G.J. Maughan, (Depot DLI attached); Captain R. Bamborough; Lieutenant L.J. Pike Front Row: Captain J. Mulhall; Captain G. Robertson; Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C., T.D.; Major J.C. Steel, (Trg. Major); Lieutenant-Colonel H.S. Sell, M.C., T.D., (Commanding Officer); Captain E.R. Peart, M.B.E. (Adjutant); Major C.C. Ridley, T.D.; Major M.A. Watson (Royal Army Medical Corps); Major M.E.K. Dixon


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Fylingdales, Yorkshire, 1954 Back Row: Lieutenant J.M. Lubbock; Lieutenant T.E. Nott-Bower; Lieutenant T.F. Hibbert; Lieutenant A.D.I. Walker; Lieutenant M. Taggert; Lieutenant A.M. Robb; Lieutenant R.A. Fry; Lieutenant E.H.F. Sawbridge; Lieutenant L.J. Pike; Lieutenant G.C. Counsell Centre Row: Captain J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps); Lieutenant R.B. White; Lieutenant M.A. Clarke; Lieutenant H.M. Greener; Reverend L. Howe, (Royal Army Chaplains' Department); Captain R.N. Rowell; Captain R.W. Scott, T.D.; Lieutenant K.N. Fawcett; Lieutenant B.D. Perrott; Lieutenant C.C. Appleton; Captain R.N. Blagburn; Major M.A. Watson, T.D. (Royal Army Medical Corps) Front Row: Captain R. Bamborough; Major G. Robertson; Major C.C. Ridley, T.D.; Major I.R. English, M.C., T.D.; Major J.C. Steel, (Trg. Major); Lieutenant-Colonel H.S. Sell, M.C., T.D. (Commanding Officer); Captain E.R. Peart, M.B.E, (Adjutant); Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C., T.D.; Major (Quartermaster) F. Ryan; Major M.E.K. Dixon; Captain Mulhall


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Fylingdales, Yorkshire, 1956 Back Row: Lieutenant R.M.H. Boddington; Lieutenant J. Smedley; Lieutenant J.G.T. Lightley (6 DLI); Lieutenant D.J. Chapman; Lieutenant W.A. Mallaburn; Lieutenant R. Raymond; Lieutenant A.B. Wilson; Lieutenant D.M. Leach; Lieutenant A.M.N. Wright; Lieutenant A.J. Phillips; Lieutenant D. McDonald Centre Row: Lieutenant R.C. Ford; Captain J. Mulhall; Captain W.H. Todd; Captain R.N. Blagburn; Captain J.B. Stafford; Captain K.N. Fawcett; Captain R.W. Scott, T.D.; Captain R. Bamborough; Captain C.C. Appleton; Lieutenant M.A. Clarke; Captain R.N. Rowell Front Row: Major (Quartermaster) A. Catterson; Major M.E.K. Dixon; Major I.R. English, M.C., T.D.; Captain K. Gregson (Adjutant); Colonel J. Bramwell, T.D. (Honorary Colonel); Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor (Commanding Officer); Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C., T.D. (2nd in Command); Major C.C. Ridley, T.D.; Major M.A. Watson, T.D. (Royal Army Medical Corps); Major G. Robertson, T.D.; Reverend L. Howe (Royal Army Chaplains' Department)


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Barry Buddon, Angus, 1961 Back Row: Captain N. Mason; Captain J.R. Young (Royal Army Pay Corps); 2nd Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale; Captain A. Oyston; Captain (Quartermaster) J.W.R. Craft; Captain R. Lauder; Reverend L. Howe; (Royal Army Chaplains' Department); Lieutenant (Quartermaster) F.W. Holland; 2nd Lieutenant D.J. Burdon; Captain D. McDonald Front Row: Major J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps); Major C.C. Appleton, T.D.; Major J. Mulhall; Major G. Robertson, T.D. (2nd in Command); Lieutenant-Colonel A. de. V. Gibson (Commanding Officer); Captain M.D.C. McBain (Adjutant); Major R.W. Scott, T.D.; Major R.N. Blagburn, T.D.; Major J.B. Stafford


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Sennybridge, Brecknock, 1964 Back Row: Captain D. McDonald; Reverend F.J.B. Blackburn (Royal Army Chaplains' Department); Second Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale; Captain C.H.M. Gray; Lieutenant (Quartermaster) P.C. Firth (Somerset and Cornwall Light Infantry); Captain P.F.R. Chiverton; Second Lieutenant R.P. Miller; Second Lieutenant E. Poulter Front Row: Major L. Hudson; Major K.N. Fawcett; Captain D.H. Lawrence (Adjutant); Major J. Mulhall, T.D. (2nd in Command); Lieutenant-Colonel G. Robertson, T.D. (Commanding Officer); Major S.F. Thorpe-Tracey (Trg. Major); Major J.B. Stafford; Major N. Mason


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Stanford, Norfolk, 1965 Back Row: Second Lieutenant A. Wood; Second Lieutenant R.D. Adams; Second Lieutenant D.B. Robertson; Second Lieutenant D. Childs; Second Lieutenant J. Bryson; Second Lieutenant J. Minto Middle Row: Reverend F.J.B. Blackburn (Royal Army Chaplains' Department); Lieutenant C. Graham; Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale; Captain R.C. Ford; Captain A. Oyston; Lieutenant G.C. Mason; Captain (Quartermaster) F.W. Holland; Captain J.R. Young (Royal Army Pay Corps) Front Row: Major J.W. Salkeld (Royal Army Medical Corps); Major D. McDonald; Major N. Mason; Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland (Commanding Officer); Captain D.H. Lawrence (Adjutant); Major L. Hudson; Lieutenant (Quartermaster) P.C. Firth (Somerset and Cornwall Light Infantry)


Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, taken at Barry Buddon, Angus, Scotland, captioned The last camp of 8th Durham Light Infantry, 1926 Back Row: Second Lieutenant D. Howie (Northumbrian Universities Officers Training Corps attached); Lieutenant J.C. Smiles; Second Lieutenant S.R.T. O'Sullivan; 2nd Lieutenant A. Wood; Second Lieutenant J. Minto; Second Lieutenant P.S. Wrightson; Second Lieutenant D.B. Robertson; Second Lieutenant G. Bates (4 Welch attached) Centre Row: Reverend F.J.B. Blackburn (Royal Army Chaplains' Department); Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale; Lieutenant G.C. Mason; Captain F.J.B. Snaith; Captain (Quartermaster) W.J. Passmore (Somerset and Cornwall Light Infantry); Major R.C. Ford; Captain C. Graham; Lieutenant L.F. Place; Captain (Quartermaster) F.W. Holland Front Row: Major A. Oyston; Major L. Hudson; Major E.B. Burini (2nd in Command); Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland (Commanding Officer); Captain C.R. Cousens (Adjutant); Major N. Mason; Major D. McDonald
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Photograph album, possibly of an officer of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, mostly at a training camp and with family members, England, n.d. [1920s]


Photograph of three officers of The Durham Light Infantry [possibly of the 8th Battalion] standing on a garden path with a dog, in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of three officers of The Durham Light Infantry [possibly of the 8th Battalion] standing with two women and a civilian man, in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of an officer walking across a field in the United Kingdom, c .1920


Photograph of two cricket umpires standing in a field in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a cricket team lined up in a field in the United Kingdom, c .1920


Photograph of an officer standing beside an aeroplane [possibly in the United Kingdom], c.1920


Photograph of a group of officers holding lanterns in the United Kingdom, c .1920


Photograph of an officer watering a garden, as a woman looks on, in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a senior officer of The Durham Light Infantry standing with a man in civilian dress in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a group of officers relaxing at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a group of officers, women, and children, taking refreshment at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of an officer and two men in civilian dress standing beside a group of women and children at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of two men competing in a sports event at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a presentation ceremony at a camp in the United Kingdom, c .1920


Photograph of a presentation ceremony at a camp in the United Kingdom, c .1920


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry, including a sergeant-major, standing outside a tent with a group of women and a child, in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a group of soldiers, including a sergeant-major, of The Durham Light Infantry, standing outside a tent at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of an officer standing with men at a cookhouse (?) as a woman looks on, at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of an officer of The Durham Light Infantry, standing with a woman and two men at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a sergeant-major of The Durham Light Infantry, at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a woman and a boy, standing in a field, taken in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a group of men and women conversing at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of two officers of The Durham Light Infantry, conversing with a group of women and children at a camp, in the United Kingdom, c.1920


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Photograph of an officer of The Durham Light Infantry, standing in a camp with a group of civilians in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a man and woman at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of men standing in a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry, including a sergeant-major, standing outside a tent with a group of women and children, in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of officers of The Durham Light Infantry socialising with civilians at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of an officer of The Durham Light Infantry jokingly threatening to strike a woman with a stick in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of an officer of The Durham Light Infantry, and a woman, sitting in a camp, in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of an officer of The Durham Light Infantry, and a woman, sitting beside a silver trophy in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of men conversing at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a captain of The Durham Light Infantry at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of an officer standing outside a house in the United Kingdom, c .1920


Photograph of a senior officer standing in a camp in the United Kingdom, c .1920


Photograph of a lieutenant standing at the entrance to a building in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a group of officers and soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of an officer of The Durham Light Infantry in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of men, in cricket whites, conversing at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of people socialising at a camp in the United Kingdom, c .1920


Photograph of a batsman being 'chaired' at the end of a cricket match at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a group of officers of The Durham Light Infantry conversing at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry receiving rations at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of three soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry during firing practice at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a group of officers of The Durham Light Infantry conversing at a camp, taken in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a band of The Durham Light Infantry playing at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a group of non commissioned officers of The Durham Light Infantry at a camp in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of a lieutenant of The Durham Light Infantry sitting with a woman on a lawn [possibly in the United Kingdom], c.1920


Photograph of a lieutenant of The Durham Light Infantry, relaxing with three women on a veranda [possibly in the United Kingdom], c.1920


Photograph of a fusilier officer, c.1920


Photograph of officers of The Durham Light Infantry, and a group of women, socialising in a garden in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of two men sitting by an open window in the United Kingdom, c .1920


Photograph of officers of The Durham Light Infantry socialising with civilians in a garden in the United Kingdom, c.1920


Photograph of three officers and a group of men in civilian dress, standing around a table [possibly for a presentation], in the United Kingdom, c.1920 (1 album, card bound) PHOTOGRAPHS

Photographs of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, 1887 - 1908 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/67-89)

Photograph of soldiers of the 1st Volunteer Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment, preparing the kitchen, n.d., 1907
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Three photographs mounted on card:


Group photograph of officers, some named, of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d. [1887 - 1894] Named officers are: 'H.L.P.', Captain Lindsell, Reverend Yeld, and Lieutenant Ritson
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Photograph of volunteers on parade with Colonel Rowlandson, centre, mounted, n.d. [late 19th c.]
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Photograph of a line of soldiers with horses, n.d. [late 19th c.] (1 photograph, 21 cm. x 15 cm., black and white)
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Three photographs mounted on card:


Group photograph of officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Colonel Christopher Rowlandson, centre front, n.d. [1887 - 1894]
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Photograph of an unidentified house, n.d. [late 19th c.]
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Photograph of an unidentified house, n.d. [late19th century] (1 photograph, 20 cm.. x 11 cm.., black and white)
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Group photograph of officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion at the annual camp, Richmond, Yorkshire, 1890 Back row: Lieutenant W.H. Oliver, Major J. Cook, Lieutenant Bramwell, Lieutenant Pattinson, Captain Todd, Captain Randle, Lieutenant Lawton, Lieutenant Gardner, Lieutenant J. Turnbull, Lieutenant Walker Middle row: Captain H.L. Pattinson, Captain, J. Humble, Major C. Perkins, Colonel C. Rowlandson, Major J. Pattinson, Captain and Adjutant Curling Front row: Lieutenant J. Cook Captain F. Coulson
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Group photograph of officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion at the annual camp, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1893 Back row: Captain F. Coulson, Lieutenant W.H. Oliver, Lieutenant Burn, Lieutenant J. Turnbull, Captain Todd (in civilian clothes), Lieutenant W. Walker, Lieutenant J. Willan, Lieutenant Lawton, Captain H.L. Pattinson, Captain Bramwell, Lieutenant Ridley, Lieutenant Crossling, Lieutenant J. Cook, Lieutenant Gardner Middle row: Captain J. Humble, Major J. Cook, Major C. Perkins, Colonel C. Rowlandson, Captain and Adjutant Randolph, Chaplain Rogers, Lieutenant Brown Front row: Lieutenant Colquohoun, Lieutenant Pattinson, Lieutenant F. Bell, Lieutenant J.H. Smeddle, Lieutenant J. Marr
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Group photograph of officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Appleby, Yorkshire, 1898 Back row: Lieutenant W. Walker, Lieutenant Garson, Lieutenant W.C. Blackett, Lieutenant G.C. Roberts, Lieutenant Bell, Chaplain Rogers, Lieutenant Crossling, Lieutenant E. Humble, Lieutenant and Quartermaster J. Willan, Lieutenant G. Humble, Lieutenant Ridley Middle row: Lieutenant Oliver, Captain and Adjutant J. Reid, Lieutenant Collinson, Major J. Humble, Colonel C. Perkins, Captain F. Coulson, Captain J. Turnbull, Lieutenant Fenwick, Lieutenant W.C. Willan Front row: Lieutenant W. Benson, Lieutenant F. Cook, Lieutenant J. Marr, Lieutenant T. Wood, Lieutenant J.R. Ritson, Lieutenant J. Cook, Lieutenant A.N. Clark
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Group photograph of officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Salisbury Plain, 1900 Back row: Lieutenant Dall, Chaplain Rogers, Lieutenant Ridley, Lieutenant W.C. Willan, Lieutenant G. Humble, Lieutenant J. Willan, Lieutenant W. Benson, Lieutenant C. Lomax (Chaplain), Lieutenant Crossling, Lieutenant Garson, Lieutenant F. Gibson, Lieutenant J. Cook Middle row: Reverend R.H. Yeld, Captain E. Humble, Captain W.H. Oliver, Major J. Humble, Colonel C. Perkins, Major F. Coulson, Captain and Adjutant J. Reid, Captain W.C. Blackett, Lieutenant J.H. Smeddle, Lieutenant W. Walker Front row: Lieutenant Bell, Lieutenant F. Cook, Lieutenant R.J. Willan, Lieutenant, J. Marr, Lieutenant A.N. Clark, Lieutenant G.C. Roberts
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Photograph of the warrant officers and sergeants of 'A', 'B' and 'C' Companies of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on the steps of Durham Castle, n.d. [ c. 1900]
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Photograph of officers and servants of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at camp, photographed by the Speedy Photo Company, Durham, n.d. [ c. 1900]
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Photograph of one of the service companies of the Volunteer Battalions of The Durham Light Infantry, before their departure for South Africa, for the 2nd Boer War, probably on the beach at Tynemouth, Northumberland, including one soldier in the uniform of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, n.d., [1899]
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Photograph, probably of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on the beach at Tynemouth, Northumberland, n.d., [1899]
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Photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1901 Back row: Lieutenant F. Gibson, Lieutenant G.S. Ledgard, Lieutenant W.C. Willan, Lieutenant Garson, Lieutenant Dall, Lieutenant F. Cook, Lieutenant J.H. Smeddle, Lieutenant Benson (in civilian dress), Captain W.H. Oliver, Lieutenant G. Humble, Lieutenant Crossling Middle row: Lieutenant W.C. Blackett, Captain W. Walker, Captain and Adjutant J.H. Mander, D.C.L.I., Captain J. Turnbull, Colonel J. Humble, Major Coulson, Captain J. Willan Front row: Lieutenant J.R. Ritson, Lieutenant J. Marr, Lieutenant G.C. Roberts, Lieutenant Bell, Lieutenant W.F. Hobson, Lieutenant S. Plummmer
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Photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1903 Back row: Captain J.H. Smeddle, Lieutenant J.R. Ritson, Lieutenant A.A. Wilson, Lieutenant Garson, Lieutenant J. Dall, Lieutenant C. Lomax (Chaplain), Lieutenant R.J. Willan, Lieutenant W.F. Hobson, Lieutenant G. Humble, Lieutenant F. Gibson, Lieutenant J.B. Johnson, Lieutenant S.W. Plummer, Lieutenant W. Benson Middle row: Captain W. Walker, Captain W.C. Blackett, Captain and Adjutant J.H. Mander, D.C.L.I., Major J. Turnbull, Colonel J. Humble, Captain J. Cook, Captain E. Humble, Captain J. Willan Front row: Lieutenant J. Marr, Lieutenant R.S. Tate, Lieutenant A. Thompson
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Group photograph of officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Conway, Caernarvonshire, 1905 Back row: Lieutenant F.O. Kirkup, Captain J.H. Smeddle, Lieutenant F.C. Hepburn, Lieutenant Garson, Lieutenant S.W. Plummer, Lieutenant G. Humble, Lieutenant J.B. Johnson, Lieutenant J. Dall, Captain E. Humble, Captain A. Thompson Middle row: Captain J. Willan, Captain W. Walker, Captain W.C.Blackett, Major J. Turnbull, Colonel J. Humble, Major J. Cook, Captain and Adjutant J.H. Mander, D.C.L.I., Lieutenant J.R. Ritson, Captain Benson, Lieutenant E.J. Tayleur (Chaplain) Front row: Lieutenant F.G. Harvey, Lieutenant Ramshaw, Lieutenant R.J. Willan, Lieutenant R.S. Tate, Lieutenant F. Gibson
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Group photograph of officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Conway, Caernarvonshire, 1906 Back row: Captain J.H. Smeddle, Lieutenant Savage, Lieutenant F. Gibson, Lieutenant Garson, Captain C. Lomax (Chaplain), Captain J.B. Johnson, Captain G. Humble, Lieutenant F.G. Harvey Middle row: Captain W.C. Blackett, Major W. Walker, Captain and Adjutant Mahoney (Cheshire Regiment) Major J. Turnbull, Colonel J. Humble, Major J. Cook, Captain Dall, Captain E. Humble, Captain J. Willan, Captain, J.R. Ritson Front row: Lieutenant C. Benson, Lieutenant A. Thompson, Lieutenant W. Benson, Lieutenant J.A.S. Ritson, Captain S. Plummer, Lieutenant T.A. Bradford, Lieutenant W.C. Hepburn
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Group photograph of the buglers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d., [ c. 1906]
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Photograph of the officers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1907 Back row: Captain W. Benson, Captain G. Humble, Lieutenant T.A. Bradford, Lieutenant Garson, Captain C. Lomax (Chaplain), Captain S.W. Plummer, Captain J. Willan, Captain E.J. Tayleur (Chaplain), Lieutenant R.S. Tate, Lieutenant W. Ramsay, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson, Lieutenant Kirby Turner, Lieutenant A. Mangles Middle row: Captain J.R. Ritson, Major W. Walker, Captain W.C. Blackett, Major J. Turnbull, Colonel J. Humble, Major J. Cook, Captain and Adjutant Mahoney (Cheshire Regiment), Captain J.H. Smeddle, Captain E. Humble Front row: Lieutenant J.A.S. Ritson, Lieutenant R.J. Willan, Lieutenant F.G. Harvey, Lieutenant F. Gibson
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Postcard photograph of soldiers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, probably outside the railway station, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1907
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Postcard photograph of soldiers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, preparing food in camp, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1907
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Photograph of soldiers of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, preparing for kitchen duties, Ripon camp, Yorkshire, 1907
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Photograph of Ripon camp, Yorkshire, no. 1, n.d, 1907
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Photograph of Ripon camp, Yorkshire, no. 3, n.d., 1907
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Photograph of Ripon camp, Yorkshire, showing the cathedral in the background, no. 5., n.d., 1907
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Photograph of [Private] Frank Mewes, bugler, of the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d., [before 1904]
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Photographs of the 8th Battalion, 1908 - 1914 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/90-106)

Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1908 Back row: Captain Ramshaw, Lieutenant F.G. Harvey, Lieutenant Savage, Lieutenant W.H. Coulson, Lieutenant Turner (Chaplain), Lieutenant C. Lomax (Chaplain), Captain S. Plummer, Lieutenant C. Benson, Captain A. Thompson, Lieutenant E.H. Veitch, Lieutenant G. Pierson, Lieutenant A. Mangles, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson, Captain W. Ramsay, Lieutenant T.A. Bradford Front row: Captain E. Humble, Captain and Quartermaster J. Willan, Major J.H. Smeddle, Captain and Adjutant Mahoney (Cheshire Regiment), Major J. Turnbull, Colonel J. Humble, Major J. Cook, Captain W.C. Blackett, Major W. Walker, Captain Bridges (Brigade Major), Captain J.R. Ritson
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Blackhall Rocks, 1909 Back row: Second Lieutenant W. Savage, Lieutenant F. Marshall, Second Lieutenant E.H. Veitch, Second Lieutenant E.H. Kirkup, Second Lieutenant H. Watts, Lieutenant G. Pierson, Lieutenant W.H. Coulson, Lieutenant J.A.S. Ritson, Lieutenant T.A. Bradford, Lieutenant A. Mangles, Second Lieutenant R.H. Guest-Williams, Second Lieutenant H.J. Mowlam, Second Lieutenant H.L. Lloyd, Second Lieutenant P.D. Robinson Front row: Captain F.G. Harvey, Captain S.W. Plummer (R.A.M.C.), Captain J.R. Ritson, Captain A.H.M. Bowers, Adjutant (Durham Light Infantry), Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, V.D., Major W.C. Blackett, Major J.H. Smeddle, Captain J.B. Johnson, Major and Quartermaster J. Williams, Captain W. Ramsay
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Photograph of troops taking part in a church service at Rothbury camp, Northumberland, n.d. [1910]
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Photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Strensall, Yorkshire, 1911 Back row: Lieutenant Savage, Lieutenant F. Marshall, Lieutenant E.H. Veitch, Lieutenant E.H. Kirkup, Lieutenant H. Watts, Lieutenant G. Peirson, Lieutenant W.H. Coulson, Lieutenant J.A.S. Ritson, Captain T.A. Bradford, Lieutenant A. Mangles, Lieutenant Guest-Williams Front row: Lieutenant F.G. Harvey, Captain S.W. Plummer, R.A.M.C., Captain J.R. Ritson, Captain and Adjutant A.H.M. Bowers, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, V.D., Major W.C. Blackett, Major J.H. Smeddle, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson, Major and Quartermaster J. Willan, V.D., Captain W. Ramsay, Lieutenant P.D. Robinson
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Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, seated outside a tent with sign 'The Nett Gain 1911', Strensall camp, Yorkshire, 1911
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Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1912 Back row: Captain W. Ramsay, Captain F.G. Harvey, Lieutenant E.H. Veitch, Lieutenant W. Mowlam, Lieutenant V. Burgoyne-Johnson Middle row: Captain T.A. Bradford, Captain A. Mangles, Lieutenant W.C. Coulson, Captain J.A.S. Ritson, Lieutenant F. Marshall, Captain C. Lomax, C.F., Lieutenant J. Turnbull, Lieutenant G.E. Blackett, Lieutenant R.H. Guest- Williams, Lieutenant E.H. Kirkup, Lieutenant P.D. Robinson Front row: Captain W.W. Plummer, R.A.M.C., Major and Quartermaster J. Willan, V.D., Major J.H. Smeddle, Captain and Adjutant G.A. Stevens, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, V.D., Major W.C. Blackett, Captain J.R. Ritson, Captain W.A. Benson, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson
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Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1912 Back row: Captain W. Ramsay, Captain F.G. Harvey, Lieutenant E.H. Veitch, Lieutenant W. Mowlam, Lieutenant V. Burgoyne-Johnson Middle row: Captain T.A. Bradford, Captain A. Mangles, Lieutenant W.C. Coulson, Captain J.A.S. Ritson, Lieutenant F. Marshall, Captain C. Lomax, C.F., Lieutenant J. Turnbull, Lieutenant G.E. Blackett, Lieutenant R.H. Guest- Williams, Lieutenant E.H. Kirkup, Lieutenant P.D. Robinson Front row: Captain W.W. Plummer, R.A.M.C., Major and Quartermaster J. Willan, V.D., Major J.H. Smeddle, Captain and Adjutant G.A. Stevens, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, V.D., Major W.C. Blackett, Captain J.R. Ritson, Captain W.A. Benson, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson
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Group photograph of 'C' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1912
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Photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1913 Back row: Lieutenant L.A. Ramsay, Captain C. Lomax, C.F., Lieutenant F.C.H. Carpenter, Lieutenant J.R. Brass, Lieutenant J. Wood, Captain A. Mangles, Captain T.A. Bradford, Captain E.H. Veitch, Lieutenant W. Mowlam, Lieutenant E.H. Kirkup, Lieutenant J. Turnbull Middle row: Captain F.G. Harvey, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson, Captain and Adjutant G.A. Stevens, Major J.H. Smeddle, T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel W.C. Blackett, T.D., Captain J.R. Ritson, Captain W. Benson, Captain J.A.S. Ritson, Captain G.C. Roberts Front row: Lieutenant P. Kirkup, Lieutenant A. Oswell, Lieutenant V. Burgoyne-Johnson, Lieutenant G.E. Blackett, Lieutenant E.A. Leybourne, Lieutenant Guest-Williams
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Photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Conway, Caernarvonshire, 3 August 1914 Back row: Lieutenant E.A. Leybourne, Captain J.A.S. Ritson, Captain E.H. Veitch, Lieutenant L.A. Ramsay, Lieutenant R.H. Guest-Williams, Captain J. Turnbull, Captain W.H. Coulson, Lieutenant G.E. Blackett, Lieutenant J. Wood, Lieutenant J.R. Brass, Lieutenant W. Mowlam, Captain C. Lomax, C.F., Captain E.J. Tayleur, C.F. Middle row: Captain F.G. Harvey, Captain A. Mangles, Captain W.A. Benson, T.D., Major J.H. Smeddle, T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel W.C. Blackett, T.D., Captain and Adjutant G.A. Stevens, Major J.R. Ritson, Captain J. Burgoyne-Johnson, Captain T.A. Bradford Front row: Lieutenant A. Oswell, Lieutenant W. Johnson, Lieutenant W. Marshall, Lieutenant V. Burgoyne-Johnson, Lieutenant G.D. Gould, Lieutenant F.C.H. Carpenter, Lieutenant C.W. Baldwin, Lieutenant P. Kirkup
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Photograph of The Durham Light Infantry at a church parade, Conway, Caernarvonshire, 1914
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Photograph of The Durham Light Infantry Brigade church parade, Conway, Caernarvonshire, 1914
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Photograph of the sergeants of 'C' Company, [8th Battalion], The Durham Light Infantry, n.d. [1911 - 1914]
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Photograph of tents at an unidentified camp, n.d. [1908 - 1914]
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Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry outside the Quartermaster's stores, n.d. [1908 - 1914]
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Photograph of a colour party, n.d. [1908 - 1914]
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Photograph of soldiers of The Durham Light Infantry presenting arms with the battalion colours dipped, n.d. [1908 - 1914]
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Photograph of soldiers on parade for a colour ceremony, n.d. [1908 - 1914]
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Photographs of the 8th Battalion, First World War, 1914 - 1918 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/107-112)

Photographs of the staff sergeants and sergeants of the 8th Service Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, embodied 5 August 1914 Sergeant R. Malone, Sergeant W. Dodd, Sergeant J. Hall, Sergeant J.W. Hanson, Sergeant J.R. Greaves, Sergeant R. Barnes, Sergeant S. Platten, Sergeant H. Knott, Sergeant J. Dixon, Sergeant T. Chrisp, Sergeant T.W. Walker, Sergeant J. Forrest, Sergeant J. Todd, Sergeant W. Kay, Company Sergeant-Major J.G. Smith, Company Sergeant-Major A. McKie, Sergeant W. Liddle, Sergeant R.H. Marshall, Sergeant J. Bankhead, Sergeant T. Marshall, Sergeant W.B. Coates, Sergeant G. McCullen, Lance-Sergeant J. Makepeace, A.R.S.S. [Armourer Sergeant] A. Eves, Regimental Sergeant-Major J.J. Atkinson, Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant W. Francis, Lance-Sergeant R. Thwaites, Sergeant N. Wilkinson, Sergeant G. Briggs, Sergeant J. Davidson, Sergeant T.A. Brown, Lance-Sergeant J. Bare, Company Sergeant-Major W. Roxby, Company Sergeant-Major T. Smith, Lance-Sergeant T.B. Lowrey, Sergeant T.J. Price, Sergeant A.R. Marshall, Sergeant J. Laidlaw, Signals Sergeant G.W. Tucker, Lance-Sergeant J.R. Colman, Lance-Sergeant G.W. Anderson, Pioneer Sergeant F.W. Mole, Sergeant T.G. Taylor, Sergeant T. Clough, Orderly Room Sergeant J. Young, Lance-Sergeant M. McQuillan, Company Quartermaster-Sergeant W.D. McCready, Company Quartermaster-Sergeant C. Jackson, Company Quartermaster-Se rgeant E.F. Lee, Company Quartermaster-Sergeant F. Wilson, Lance-Sergeant A. Booth, Transport Sergeant J. Robson, Sergeant J.G. Teasdale, Sergeant F. Crow, Sergeant Bugler E. Miles, Colour-Sergeant T. Richardson, Sergeant J. Emerson
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Photographs of the warrant officers, staff sergeants and sergeants of the 2/8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1915 Sergeant T.A. Vasey, Sergeant J. Wood, Sergeant W.E. Mearis, Sergeant J. Windmill, Pioneer Sergeant W.D. McCready, Orderly Room Sergeant G.W. Hall, Sergeant W.D. Murray, Sergeant E. Potter, Sergeant G.H. Clark, Sergeant J. Suddes, Sergeant J. Garden, Sergeant T.W. Liddle, Sergeant H.O. Holker, Sergeant P. Wilkinson, Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant G.G. Saunders, Sergeant G.W. Lord, Sergeant J. Flynn, Sergeant T. Warcup, Sergeant T.W. Rickaby, Sergeant J. Baxter, Sergeant A. Gibbs, Sergeant J.W. Brown, Company Quartermaster-Sergeant M.C. Bell, Sergeant-Major R.R. Turvey, Company Quartermaster-Sergeant A. Summerbell, Sergeant T. Brown, Sergeant R. Champley, Sergeant T. Green, Sergeant J.W. Grainer, Sergeant R. Black, Sergeant G. Randall, Sergeant J. Nicholson, Sergeant R. Drane, Sergeant T. Gillan, Sergeant Sergeant J. Hylton, Sergeant M. Rippon, Sergeant H. Barker, Company Quartermaster-Sergeant F.C. Arkless, Company Quartermaster-Sergeant W.A. Smith, Sergeant J. Bell, Sergeant H. Bond, Sergeant F. O'Donnell, Sergeant F. Gayfer, Sergeant M.B. Stewart, Company Sergeant-Major H. Drysdale, Company Sergeant-Major W. Pendlebury, Company Sergeant-Major W. Adamson, Company Sergeant-Major T. Smith, Company Sergeant-Major G. Brydon, Sergeant G. Fleming, Sergeant A. Gillan, Sergeant R. Easton, Sergeant T. Vint, Sergeant J. Hunter, Sergeant J.C. Jobson
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Gateshead, April 1915 Back row: Lieutenant J.N.O. Rogers, Lieutenant J.A. Wilson, Lieutenant W. Johnson, Lieutenant J. Wood, Lieutenant G.E. Blackett, Lieutenant P. Kirkup, Lieutenant T.F. Calinan, Lieutenant W. Marshall, Lieutenant A.W. Nesbitt, Lieutenant Sisson, Lieutenant L.A. Ramsay, Lieutenant E.H. Motum, Lieutenant J.A. Stenhouse, R.A.M.C. Middle row: Captain W.H. Coulson, Captain J.A.S. Ritson, Captain F.G. Harvey, Major J.H. Smeddle, T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, V.D., Captain W.A. Benson, Captain T.A. Bradford, Captain J. Turnbull, Captain E.H. Veitch Front row: Lieutenant Blair, Lieutenant C.L.B. Whall, Lieutenant F.M. Weeks, Lieutenant J.R. Brass, Lieutenant A. Ritson, Lieutenant E.A. Leybourne, Captain V. Burgoyne-Johnson, Lieutenant C.W. Baldwin
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Souastre, France, May 1917 Back row: Second Lieutenant G.D. Dodds, Second Lieutenant H.B.C. Watt, Second Lieutenant D. Sherwood, Second Lieutenant W. Woodward, Second Lieutenant T.W. Nicholson, Second Lieutenant H.S. McKinlay, Second Lieutenant H. I'Anson, Second Lieutenant D.L. Rutter, Second Lieutenant A.R. Twigg, Second Lieutenant W.H. Robinson, Second Lieutenant F.S. Wakefield Middle row: Second Lieutenant S. Boys, M. Elbel (Interpreter) , Second Lieutenant Assistant Adjutant J. Hutchinson, Lieutenant J. Hopper, Captain J. McNiff (R.A.M.C.), Captain A. Oswell, M.C., Major P. Kirkup, M.C., Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Martin, M.C., Captain G.D. Gould, Captain F.M. Weeks, Lieutenant N. Clark, Lieutenant H.B. Holdsworth, Second Lieutenant R. Gillender Front row: Second Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Second Lieutenant F.C.S. Harrison, Second Lieutenant W.H. Denholm, Second Lieutenant H. Townsend, Second Lieutenant E.A. Pike, Second Lieutenant G.F. Hobson
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Group photograph of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d. [1914 - 1918]
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Group photograph of officers and non-commissioned officers of The Durham Light Infantry, with a trophy, n.d. [1914 - 1918]
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Photographs of the 8th Battalion, 1919 - 1939 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/113-133)

Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1920 Back row: Lieutenant R.A. Worswick, Lieutenant and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D., Lieutenant J. Hutchinson, M.C., Captain J. Wood, Captain P. Kirkup, Captain E.A. Leybourne, Captain R.H. Wharrier, M.C., Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M. Middle row: Captain J.A. Stenhouse, R.A.M.C., Captain W.H. Coulson, Major J.A.S. Ritson, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, T.D., Captain and Adjutant E.H. Veitch, M.C.,T.D., Captain J. Turnbull, Captain C. Lomax, T.D., C.F. Front row: Lieutenant J.N.O. Rogers, Lieutenant F.C.S. Harrison, Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Lieutenant R. Hall
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Catterick, Yorkshire, 1922 Back row: Lieutenant and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D., Lieutenant R.A. Worswick, Lieutenant Colpitts, Lieutenant Rooney, M.C., Lieutenant J.G. Raine, M.C., Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M., Lieutenant S. Platten, M.C., Captain R.H. Wharrier, M.C. Middle row: Captain J.N.O. Rogers, Major Barnsley, M.C., R.A.M.C., Major J.A.S. Ritson, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, O.B.E. T.D., Major and Adjutant E.H. Veitch, M.C., T.D., Captain P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., Captain E.A. Leybourne Front row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Lieutenant Ferens, Lieutenant A. Hutchinson, Lieutenant A. Jackson, Lieutenant F.C.S. Harrison
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Photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Catterick, Yorkshire, 1923 Back row: Lieutenant J.G. Raine, M.C., Captain J.N.O. Rogers, Lieutenant S. Platten, M.C., Lieutenant D.A.S. Johnston, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M., Lieutenant R.A. Worswick, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., Captain R.H. Wharrier, M.C. Middle row: Captain J.A. Stenhouse, R.A.M.C., Captain P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., Major J.A.S. Ritson, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, O.B.E., T.D., Major and Adjutant E.H. Veitch, M.C., T.D., Captain J. Turnbull, Captain E.A. Leybourne Front row: Lieutenant A. Rooney, M.C., Lieutenant Watson, Lieutenant Alderson, Lieutenant Jackson
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Photograph of 'C' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, (T.A.), Catterick, Yorkshire, 1923
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Photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1924 Back row: Lieutenant J.G. Raine, M.C., Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., Lieutenant R.A. Worswick, Lieutenant S. Platten, M.C., Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Lieutenant Watson, Lieutenant D.A.S. Johnston, Captain R.H. Wharrier, M.C. Middle row: Captain E.A. Leybourne, Captain P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., Major J. Turnbull, Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, O.B.E., T.D., Major E.H. Vietch, M.C., T.D., Captain and Adjutant Harmer, Captain J.N.O. Rogers Front row: Lieutenant Jackson, Lieutenant Alderson, Lieutenant Austin Kirkup
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Pwhelli, Caernarvonshire, 1925 Back row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Captain R.A. Worswick, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D., Lieutenant S. Platten, M.C., Lieutenant J.R. MacDonald, M.C., R.A.M.C., Lieutenant Jackson, Lieutenant. S. Aberdeen, D.C.M., Lieutenant Watson Middle row: Captain J.A. Stenhouse, Captain E.A. Leybourne, Major J. Turnbull, Colonel Commandant G.O. Spence, C.B., D.S.O., T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Ritson, O.B.E., T.D., Captain and Adjutant Harmer, Captain P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., Captain J.N.O. Rogers Front row: Lieutenant A. Rooney, M.C., Lieutenant J. Boyd, Lieutenant Willis, Lieutenant Eltringham, Lieutenant Alderson
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Photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, who attended the commemorative service at Durham Cathedral, 25 April 1926 Back row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Lieutenant S. Watson, Captain J.N.O. Rogers, Lieutenant S. Platten, M.C., T.D., Lieutenant T.A. Saint, Lieutenant J.R. McDonald, M.C. (R.A.M.C.), Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M., Second Lieutenant H.R. Willis Middle row: Captain J. Hornsby, Lieutenant A.T. Rooney, M.C., Second Lieutenant T.O. Eltringham, Captain and Adjutant E.B. Harmer, Lieutenant-Colonel Reverend C. Lomax, T.D., Captain T.A. Bradford, D.S.O., Captain G.E. Blackett, Captain J. Atkinson, D.C.M., Captain T.F. Brass, Captain J.G. Raine,M.C., Quartermaster and Captain H. Wilkinson, M.C., Lieutenant H.H. Alderson, Captain E. Fisher Front row: Captain E.A. Leybourne, Battalion Major E.H. Veitch, M.C., T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel J.A.S. Ritson, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., Major J. Turnbull, T.D., Colonel J. Turnbull, C.M.S., V.D., Battalion Colonel J.R. Ritson, O.B.E., T.D., Colonel W.C. Blackett, C.B.E., T.D., P/Major J. Stenhouse (R.A.M.C.), Quartermaster and Captain W.G. Francis, Captain E.H. Motam, Captain R.A. Worswick
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1927 Back row: Lieutenant J. Bramwell, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D., Captain J.R. MacDonald, M.C., R.A.M.C., Lieutenant Jackson, Lieutenant Allen, R.A.V.C., Reverend Mr. Jeffreys, Lieutenant J.G. Raine, M.C., Lieutenant Dawron, Lieutenant Alderson, Lieutenant Watson, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M. Middle row: Captain R.A. Worswick, Major H. Peele, R.A.V.C., Major P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D., Captain and Adjutant Harmer, Captain E.A. Leybourne, Captain J.N.O. Rogers Front row: Lieutenant H. Boyd, Lieutenant F.B. Downey, Lieutenant Willis
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Photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Marske, Yorkshire, 1928 Back row: Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M., Lieutenant Jackson, Lieutenant J.W. Walton, Lieutenant J. Ashcroft, Lieutenant D.A. Gray, Reverend Mr. Jeffreys, Lieutenant H. Boyd, Lieutenant T.E. Alderson, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D. Middle row: Captain J. Bramwell, Captain E.A. Leybourne, T.D., Major P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D., Captain and Adjutant F. Hall, Captain J.N.O. Rogers, Captain J.G. Raine, M.C. Front row: Lieutenant F.S. Heselton, Lieutenant R.S. McLaren, Lieutenant C.E. Nelson
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Photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1929 Back row: Lieutenant W.H. Mather; Lieutenant Alderson; Lieutenant A. McLaren; Lieutenant C.E. Nelson, Attached 'Green Howards'; Lieutenant R.C. Queree, New Zealand; Lieutenant D.A. Gray; Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M.; Lieutenant J.W. Walton; Lieutenant F.S. Heselton; Lieutenant R.S. McLaren; Lieutenant H.V. Ingram, R.A.M.C.; Captain G.W. Wright, M.M., R.A.M.C. Front row: Lieutenant Jackson; Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D.; Captain E.A. Leybourne; Major P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Lieutenant-Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D.; Captain and Adjutant F. Hall; Captain J. Bramwell; Captain J.G. Raine, M.C.
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Catterick, Yorkshire, 1930 Back row: Captain J.R. MacDonald, M.C., R.A.M.C., Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M., Lieutenant F.S. Heselton, Captain J.G. Raine, M.C., Lieutenant C.E. Nelson, Captain R.A. Worswick, Lieutenant Willis, Major J. Bramwell Middle row: Captain J.N.O. Rogers, Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D., Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D., Colonel J. Turnbull, C.M.G., T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., Captain and Adjutant F. Hall, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D. Front row: Lieutenant D.A. Gray, Lieutenant R.S. McLaren, Lieutenant T.E. Alderson, Lieutenant J.W. Walton, Lieutenant A. McLaren
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Halton, Yorkshire, 1931 Back row: Lieutenant M. Spraggon, Lieutenant T.E. Alderson, Lieutenant C.E. Nelson, Captain D.A. Gray, Lieutenant J.W. Walton, Lieutenant W.E. Goodenough, Lieutenant Henderson, C.F., Lieutenant R.W. Glass, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M. Front row: Captain F.S. Heselton, Major F. Taylor, Captain and Quartermaster H. Wilkinson, M.C., T.D., Major A.V. Anderson, M.B.E., Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., Captain and Adjutant F. Hall, Major J. Bramwell, Captain G.W. Wright, M.M., R.A.M.C., Captain R.S. McLaren
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Marske, Yorkshire, 1933 Back row: Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M., Lieutenant M. Spraggon, Captain G.W. Wright, M.M., R.A.M.C., Lieutenant W. Goodenough, Lieutenant J.W. Walton, Captain R.S. McLaren, Lieutenant Cook, Lieutenant R.W. Glass, Lieutenant Johnson Front row: Captain Williams, Major J. Bramwell, Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D., Captain and Adjutant E. Dryden, M.C., Major and Quartermaster F. Taylor, Captain F.S. Heselton
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Ripon, Yorkshire, 1934 Back row: Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, Second Lieutenant B.K. Johnson, Second Lieutenant G.F. Cook, Lieutenant J.W. Walton, Captain D.A. Gray, Lieutenant F.W.E. Goodenough, Lieutenant A.M.K. Martin, Lieutenant R.D. Glass, Lieutenant M.M. Spraggon Front row: Captain F.S. Heselton, Major J. Bramwell, Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.; Battalion Major E. Dryden, M.C. (Adjutant), Major (Quartermaster) F. Taylor, Captain R.S. McLaren
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Catterick Yorkshire, 1935 Back row: Second Lieutenant R.I. Pitt, Lieutenant F.W.E. Goodenough, Captain J.W. Walton, Captain G.W. Wright, M.M., (R.A.M.C. attached), Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M., Second Lieutenant G.F. Cook, Lieutenant A.M.K. Martin, Captain D.A. Gray, Second Lieutenant W.B. Taylor Middle row: Captain F.S. Heselton, Major J. Bramwell, Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D., Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D. (Commanding Officer), Major E. Dryden, M.C. (Adjutant), Major (Quartermaster) F. Taylor, Captain R.S. McLaren Front row: Second Lieutenant B.K. Johnson, Lieutenant M.M. Spraggon
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Marske, Yorkshire, 1936 Back row: Lieutenant M.M. Spraggon, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M., Captain J. Walton, Lieutenant A.M.K. Martin, Second Lieutenant R.I. Pitt, Captain D.A. Gray, Lieutenant F.W.E. Goodenough, Lieutenant G.F. Cook, Second Lieutenant F.B. Kirkup, Second Lieutenant P. Richie Front row: Captain P.G.M. Dennis, Captain E.C. Sebag-Montefiore, Major F. Taylor (Quartermaster), Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D., Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D.(Commanding Officer), Captain E.N. Everett (Adjutant),Major E.H. Veitch, M.C.,T.D. (attached), Major G.W. Wright, M.M., (R.A.M.C. attached), Captain R.S. McLaren
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Whitby, Yorkshire, 1937 Back row: Second Lieutenant C.G. Winter, Lieutenant S. Aberdeen, D.C.M., T.D., Lieutenant A.M.K. Martin, Second Lieutenant C. Taylor, Second Lieutenant W.B. Taylor, Second Lieutenant J. Lace, Second Lieutenant M.S.S. Scott, Second Lieutenant R.I. Pitt, Lieutenant J.C. Bennison (R.A.V.C. attached), Lieutenant F.W.E. Goodenough, Lieutenant G.F. Cook Middle row: Captain J.W. Walton, Captain R.S. McLaren, Major (Quartermaster) F. Taylor, Major E.A. Leybourne, T.D., Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O., M.C., T.D. (Commanding Officer), Captain E.N. Everett (Adjutant), Captain F.S. Heselton, Captain D.A. Gray, Captain C. Deegan (R.A.Ch.D.) Front row: Second Lieutenant P. Ritchie, Second Lieutenant F.B. Kirkup
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Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Shilbottle, Northumberland, 1938 Back row: Lieutenant F.R.M. Martin, Lieutenant G.F. Cook, Captain A.M.K. Martin, Lieutenant R.I. Pitt, Lieutenant W.B. Taylor, Second Lieutenant J. Lace, Second Lieutenant C. Taylor, Second Lieutenant R.C. Simpson, Second Lieutenant F.B. Kirkup, Second Lieutenant P. Ritchie Middle row: Captain F.W.E. Goodenough, Captain H.V. Ingram, (R.A.M.C.), Major R.S. McLaren, Captain E.N. Everett, (Adjutant), Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D., (Honorary Colonel), Lieutenant-Colonel E. Angus Leybourne, T.D., (Commanding Officer), Major J.Bramwell, T.D., Major (Quartermaster) F. Taylor, Major J.R. McDonald, M.C., (R.A.M.C.), Captain D.A. Gray, Captain J.W. Walton Front row: Second Lieutenant C.L. Beattie, Second Lieutenant W.B. Kirkup, Second Lieutenant I.S. Turnbull, Second Lieutenant J.A. Leybourne
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Photograph of Lieutenant- Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D., n.d. [1927 - 1929]
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Photograph of Colonel P. Kirkup, D.S.O.,M.C.,T.D., n.d. [1937]
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Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Sergeant George Mulholland, marching with the colours, Durham Cathedral, n.d. [mid 20th c.]
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Photographs of the 8th Battalion, Second World War, 1939 - 1945 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/134-173)

Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, January 1940 Back row: Second Lieutenant Tom Coates, Second Lieutenant Chris L. Beattie, Second Lieutenant George Blagdon, Second Lieutenant Redfers Potts, Second Lieutenant Tommy Preacher, Lieutenant G. Clarke Middle row: Second Lieutenant Ian R. English, Second Lieutenant Edward Dees, Second Lieutenant John A. Leybourne, Second Lieutenant J.A. Robinson, Lieutenant Marshall, Lieutenant George T. Ferguson, Second Lieutenant Gavin R. Rodger, Second Lieutenant George P. Chambers, Second Lieutenant J. Foster Gedge Front row: Lieutenant A. Wilkinson, Captain Geoffrey F. Cook, Captain F. Walter E. Goodenough, Captain John W. Walton, Major Ross S. McLaren, Lieutenant-Colonel C.W. (Tim) Beart, Captain Andrew B.S. Clarke, Major Jack G. Raine, Captain A. Mosely K. Martin, Captain (the Rev) A. Gordon, Lieutenant Frederick B. Kirkup
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, n.d. [January 1940] Back row: Second Lieutenant Tom Coates, Second Lieutenant Chris L. Beattie, Second Lieutenant George Blagdon, Second Lieutenant Redfers Potts, Second Lieutenant Tommy Preacher, Lieutenant G. Clarke Middle row: Second Lieutenant Ian R. English, Second Lieutenant Edward Dees, Second Lieutenant John A. Leybourne, Second Lieutenant J.A. Robinson, Lieutenant Marshall, Lieutenant George T. Ferguson, Second Lieutenant Gavin R. Rodger, Second Lieutenant George P. Chambers, Second Lieutenant J. Foster Gedge Front row: Lieutenant A. Wilkinson, Captain Geoffrey F. Cook, Captain F. Walter E. Goodenough, Captain John W. Walton, Major Ross S. McLaren, Lieutenant-Colonel C.W. (Tim) Beart, Captain Andrew B.S. Clarke, Major Jack G. Raine, Captain A. Mosely K. Martin, Captain (the Rev) A. Gordon, Lieutenant Frederick B. Kirkup
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Group photograph of sergeants of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, January 1940
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Copy photograph of Major Fawkes, 74th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery; Lieutenant Dobson; Captain Tony Jones, officer commanding 'C' Company; Lieutenant-Colonel Jackson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Commanding Officer, 6th South African Armoured Car Regiment Divisional Recce[Reconnaissance] Unit; taken at Gazala, Libya, North Africa, May 1942
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Photograph of Lieutenant A. Harding, Captain I.R. English, Lieutenant F.G. Bulman, Colour-Sergeant S. Wardle and Company Sergeant-Major J. Ranson, of 'C' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in the Alamein Line, North Africa, October 1942
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Photograph of a sign listing the battle honours of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 151st Brigade, 50th Northumbrian Division, May 1942 - August 1943; photograph taken, n.d.
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Photograph of the football team of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, February 1944 Back row: Sharp, Rutter, Hastington, Goodchild, Bowron, Grass Front row: Beckwith, Spink, Edwards, Leeming, Georgeson
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Photograph of Lieutenant L. Barton, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Major C.L. Beattie, M.C., 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant F.G. Bulman, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Captain H.E.C.B. Catford, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Major G.P. Chambers, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Major T.L.A. Clapton, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant R.C. O'Conor, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant E.Y. Cousins, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Major A.H. Dunn, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant G.E.R. England, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant G.H. Galvin, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant G.S. Gibbons, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant P.F. Groom, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Captain P.G. Hampson, M.C., 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Captain J. Kailofer, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant P.G. Lawn, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant P.M. Laws, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C., 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel R.P. Lidwill, D.S.O., 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant R.W. Lumb, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Second Lieutenant J.D. Mould, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Captain G. Nesbitt, Royal Army Chaplains' Department (Roman Catholic padre), May 1944
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Photograph of Captain D.C. Petrocochino, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant A.N. Pridham, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant W. Ridealgh, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Captain (Quartermaster) W.G. Stray, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Captain D.N. Thornton, Royal Army Medical Corps, May 1944
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Photograph of Lieutenant H. Waggott, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Captain J.G. Walker, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Captain J.N. Wheatley, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Captain S. Williamson, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of Captain E. Woodruff, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the V.E. Day parade at the Cenotaph, Keighley, Yorkshire, [8 May 1945]
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Photographs of the 8th Battalion, 1945 - 1967 (Ref: D/DLI 2/8/174-196)

Photograph of Field Marshal Montgomery inspecting a guard of honour, including Major I.R. English, 26 October 1945
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (T.A.), at its annual camp [Hawick, Roxburghshire], 1949 Back row: Captain J. Welford, Lieutenant J.A. Turnbull, Lieutenant R. Bamborough, Lieutenant A. Camsey, Lieutenant G.L. Young-Western, M.C., Lieutenant E. Dennison Middle row: Major M.A. Watson, R.A.M.C. (T.A.), Captain (Quartermaster) G. Flannigan, M.B.E., M.M., Major J.C. Steel, Lieutenant R.N. Rowell, Second Lieutenant K.N. Fawcett, Captain G. Robertson, Captain T.H. Rowell, Captain M.E.K. Dixon, Captain W.E. Wright, C.F., R.A.Ch.D., Captain P. Elliott, Major I.R. English, M.C. Front row: Major G.P. Chambers, Major V.H. Jackson, T.D., Major H.S. Sell, M.C., T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel G.L. Wood, D.S.O., M.C., T.D. (Commanding Officer), Brigadier J.A. Churchill, C.B.E., D.S.O., M.C. (Colonel of the Regiment), Colonel J. Turnbull, T.D., D.L. (Honorary Colonel, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, (T.A.), Captain P.F. Greenwell, M.C. (Adjutant), Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C., Major F.R.M. Martin, M.C., T.D.
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Group photograph of sergeants of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (T.A.), at the annual camp [Hawick, Roxburghshire], 1949 Back row: Sergeants C. Baines; J. McGarey, M.M.; W. Taylor; A. Fish; R. Morrison; S. Hay; M. Nash; J. Appleton; Ball; Pallister; Bell; Hallas; Hunter, M.M. Middle row: Sergeants H. Bell; W. Chicken; R. Smith; N. Holmes; J. Mulhall; Company Quartermaster-Sergeant C. Paisley; Company Quartermaster- Sergeant Mould; Company Sergeant-Major N. Heaviside; Company Quartermaster-Sergeant L. Mills; Sergeants W. Carr, M.M.; R. Brunskill; W. Cordon; J. Coxon; Band Sergeant Robson, M.M. Front row: Company Sergeant-Major R. Bainbridge, D.C.M.; Bugle Major T. Carr; Company Sergeant-Major J. W. Whites; Orderly Room Quarter Master Sergeant W. H. Harper; Lieutenant-Colonel G.L. Wood, B.B.E., D.S.O., M.C. (Colonel of the Regiment); Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant E. L. Jamieson; Colonel J. Turnbull T.D. (Honorary Colonel); Company Sergeant-Majors T. Turnbull; J.T. Mitchell; C.D. Blackbourne; J. Clark
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (T.A.), at the annual camp, Stanford, Norfolk, 1950 Back row: Lieutenant J.G. Birkett, Captain J.A. Turnbull, Lieutenant R.N. Fawcett, Lieutenant J. Mulhall, Lieutenant R.N. Rowell, Captain R. Bamborough, Lieutenant G.L. Young-Western, M.C., Lieutenant J. Taylor Front row: Captain Robertson, Major M.A. Watson (R.A.M.C.), Major P. Elliott, T.D., Major I.R. English, M.C., T.D., Major H.S. Sell, M.C., T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel G.L. Wood, Captain L.L. Fleming, M.C.(Adjt.), Major G.P. Chambers, T.D., Major J. Welford, T.D., Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C., T.D., Captain Reverend W.E. Wright, T.D.
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Photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Barnard Castle, 1951 Back row: Captain J.A. Turnbull, Lieutenant M.E. Bates, Lieutenant W.B. Wade, Lieutenant K. Croney, Lieutenant J. Simkin, Lieutenant D. McKeag, Lieutenant J. McGee, Lieutenant P. E. Heselton, Lieutenant J.G. Birkett, Lieutenant A.L. Crawford, Lieutenant R.N. Fawcett, Lieutenant P.A. Corbett, Lieutenant T. Phillips Middle row: Lieutenant G.L. Young-Western, M.C., Lieutenant D. Hoy, Lieutenant P.A. Savery, Lieutenant J.W. Wallis, Lieutenant C.H. Williams, Captain R. Bamborough, Captain R.W. Scott, Lieutenant R.N. Rowell, Captain W.B. Kirkup, Lieutenant A.E. Wade, Lieutenant G.M. Sawtell, Lieutenant E.R. Taylor, Lieutenant Turbeville, Lieutenant J. Mulhall, Lieutenant G. Waugh, Lieutenant J. Blagburn, Lieutenant A. Lloyd Front row: Captain G. Robertson, Major P. Elliott, T.D., Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C., T.D., Major M.A. Watson, (R.A.M.C.), Major J. Welford, T.D., Brigadier J.A. Churchill, O.B.E., D.S.O., M.C., Lieutenant-Colonel H.S. Sell, M.C., T.D., (Commanding Officer), Brigadier P. Kirkup, O.B.E., D.S.O., M.C., T.D., DL. (Honorary Colonel), Captain L.L. Fleming, M.C. (Adjutant), Captain M.E.K. Dixon, Captain Reverend W.E. Wright, Captain (Quartermaster) C. Flannigan, M.B.E., M.M.
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Photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Barnard Castle, 1952 Back row: Lieutenant T.E. Nott-Bower, Lieutenant J.F. Jamieson, Lieutenant A. McTaff, Lieutenant J.G.C. Counsell, Lieutenant T.F. Hibbett, Lieutenant J. Taylor, Lieutenant P. Garwood Middle row: Captain J.A. Turnbull, Captain R.W. Scott, T.D., Captain R.N. Rowell, Captain R.N. Blagburn, Lieutenant J.B. Stafford, Captain R.W. Evans, Lieutenant T.M. Phillips, Lieutenant A.C. Carter, Captain J. Mulhall Seated: Major G. Robertson, Major M.A. Watson (R.A.M.C.), Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C., T.D., Captain E.R. Peart, M.B.E., Brigadier P.Kirkup, D.S.O., O.B.E., M.C., T.D., D.L., Lieutenant-Colonel H.S. Sell, M.C., T.D., Major J.C. Steel, Major I.R. English, M.C., T.D., Major M.E.K. Dixon, Captain E.C. Davies, Captain R. Bamborough
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Tweseldown, Aldershot, Hampshire, 1953 Back row: Major F. Ryan, Lieutenant J.G.C. Counsell, Lieutenant E.H.F. Sawbridge, Lieutenant T.E. Nott-Bower, Lieutenant J.M. Lubbock, Lieutenant J.M. Greener, Lieutenant H.J. Blofield, Lieutenant T.F. Hibbett, Major Reverend W.E. Wright, T.D. Middle row: Lieutenant M.A. Clark, Lieutenant A.D.I. Walker, Lieutenant A.T.R. Walding, Lieutenant J.B. Stafford, Lieutenant K.N. Fawcett, Captain A. Camsey, Captain R.N. Blagburn, Captain C.J. Maughan (D.D.L.I), Captain R. Bamborough, Lieutenant L.J. Pike Seated: Captain J. Mulhall, Captain G. Robertson, Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C.,T.D., Major J.C. Steel, Lieutenant-Colonel H.S. Sell, M.C., T.D., Captain E.R. Peart, M.B.E., Major C.C. Ridley, T.D., Major M.A. Watson (R.A.M.C.)
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Fylingdales, Yorkshire, 1954 Back row: Lieutenant J.M. Lubbock, Lieutenant T.E. Nott-Bower, Lieutenant T.F. Hibbett, Lieutenant A.D.I. Walker, Lieutenant M. Taggart, Lieutenant A.M. Robb, Lieutenant R.A. Fry, Lieutenant E.H.F. Sawbridge, Lieutenant L.J. Pike, Lieutenant J.G.C. Counsell Middle row: Captain J.W. Salkeld, Lieutenant R.B. White, Lieutenant M.A. Clarke, Lieutenant J.M. Greener, Padre L. Howe, Captain R.N. Rowell, Captain R.W. Scott, Lieutenant K.N. Fawcett, Lieutenant B.D. Perrott, Lieutenant C.C. Appleton, Captain R.N. Blagburn, Major M.A. Watson, T.D. Front row: Captain R. Bamborough, Major G. Robertson, Major C.C. Ridley, T.D., Major I.R. English, M.C., T.D., Major J.C. Steel, Lieutenant-Colonel H.S. Sell, M.C., T.D., Captain E.R. Peart, M.B.C., Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C., T.D., Major F. Ryan, Major M.E.K. Dixon, Captain J. Mulhall
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, annual camp [Fylingdales, Yorkshire], 1956 Back row: Lieutenant R.M.H. Boddington, Lieutenant J. Smedley, Lieutenant J.G.T. Lightly, Lieutenant D.J. Chapman, Lieutenant W.A. Mallaburn, Lieutenant R. Raymond, Lieutenant A.B. Wilson, Lieutenant D.M. Leach, Lieutenant A.M.N. Wright, Lieutenant A.J. Phillips, Lieutenant D. McDonald Middle row: Lieutenant R.C. Ford, Captain J. Mulhall, Captain W.H. Todd, Captain R.N. Blagburn, Captain J.B. Stafford, Captain K.N. Fawcett, Captain R.W. Scott, T.D., Captain R. Bamborough, Captain C.C. Appleton, Lieutenant M.A. Clarke, Captain R.N. Rowell Front row: Major (Quartermaster) A. Catterson, Major M.E.K. Dixon, Major I.R. English, M.C., T.D., Major C.C. Ridley, T.D., Major M.A. Watson, T.D., R.A.M.C., Major G. Robertson, T.D., Captain Reverend L. Howe, C.F.
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Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, 1957 Back row: Lieutenant A. Oyston, Lieutenant R.C. Ford, Lieutenant R. Lauder, Lieutenant W.A. Mallaburn, Lieutenant J. Smedley Middle row: Lieutenant A.B. Wilson, Captain J.B. Stafford, Captain J. Mulhall, Captain R.N. Rowell, Captain Reverend L. Howe, Captain C.C. Appleton, Lieutenant D. McDonald Front row: Captain J.W. Salkeld, R.A.M.C., Major R. Bamborough, Major G. Robertson, T.D., Major I.R. English, M.C., T.D., Captain K. Gregson, Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor, Major J.A. Leybourne, M.C., T.D., Major C.C. Ridley, T.D., Major M.E.K. Dixon, T.D., Major R.W. Scott, T.D., Major (Quartermaster) A. Catterson
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Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Otterburn, Northumberland, 1958 Back row: Captain D. McDonald, Lieutenant A.B. Wilson, Captain Reverend L. Howe, Captain C.C. Appleton, Captain J.W. Walkeld, (R.A.M.C.), Lieutenant R. Lauder, Captain J.B. Stafford, Lieutenant D.A. Bower, Captain K.N. Fawcett, Lieutenant D.J. Chapman, Lieutenant A. Oyston, Captain R.N. Blagburn, Lieutenant J. Smedley Front row: Major J. Mulhall, Major R.W. Scott, T.D., Major G. Robertson, T.D., Captain J.H. Jacob, M.C., Colonel J. Bramwell, T.D., (Honorary Colonel), Lieutenant-Colonel J.H. Taylor, Major M.E.K. Dixon, T.D., Major I.R. English, M.C., T.D., Major C.C. Ridley, T.D., Major Quartermaster A. Catterson, Major R. Bamborough, T.D.
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Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Millom, Cumberland, 1959 Back row: Second Lieutenant J. Kemp, Officer Cadet R.D. Atkinson, Lieutenant (Quartermaster) F.W. Holland, Captain N. Mason Middle row: Major J.W. Salkeld, R.A.M.C., Lieutenant A. Oyston, Captain K.N. Fawcett, Captain J.B. Stafford, Captain C.C. Appleton, Second Lieutenant J.C. George, Lieutenant R. Lauder, Lieutenant R.C. Ford, Lieutenant D.J. Chapman, Captain J.H. Jacob, M.C., Captain D. McDonald, Captain Reverend L. Howe Front row: Major (Quartermaster) A. Catterson, Major J. Mulhall, Major G. Robertson, T.D., Major M.E.K. Dixon, T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel A. de V. Gibson, Major I.R. English, M.C., T.D., Captain M.D.C. McBain (Adjutant), Major C.C. Ridley, T.D., Major R.W. Scott, T.D., Major R.N. Blagburn, T.D.
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Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Stanford, Norfolk, 1960 Back row: Officer Cadet E. Wood, Second Lieutenant R.D. Atkinson, Lieutenant F.W. Holland, Lieutenant J.R. Young, (R.A.P.C.), Captain N. Mason Middle row: Lieutenant P.F.R. Chiverton, Captain J.W.R. Craft (Quartermaster), Captain R.C. Ford, Officer Cadet J.C. Bartle, Lieutenant J.C. George, Lieutenant R. Lauder, Officer Cadet B. Dugdale, Captain Reverend L. Howe, Captain J.B. Stafford, Captain D.A. Bower Front row: Major J.W. Salkeld, (R.A.M.C.), Major C.C. Appleton, Major R.W. Scott, T.D., Colonel J. Bramwell, T.D., Lieutenant-General Sir J.H.M. Poett, K.C.B., D.S.O., Lieutenant-Colonel A. de V. Gibson (Commanding Officer), Major M.E.K. Dixon, T.D., Captain M.D.C. McBain (Adjutant), Major G. Robertson, T.D., Major J. Mulhall, Major R.N. Blagburn, T.D.
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Barry, Carnoustie, Scotland, 1961 Back row: Captain N. Mason, Captain J.R. Young, Second Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale, Captain A. Oyston, Captain J.W.R. Craft, Captain R. Lauder, Captain Reverend L. Howe, Lieutenant F.W. Holland, Second Lieutenant D.J. Burdon, Captain D. McDonald Front row: Major J.W. Salkeld, R.A.M.C., Major C.C. Appleton, T.D., Major J. Mulhall, Major G. Robertson, T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel A. de-V. Gibson, Captain M.D.C. McBain, Major R.W. Scott, T.D., Major R.N. Blagburn, T.D., Major J.B. Stafford
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Group photograph of the officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Millom, Cumberland, 1962 Back row: Captain I.M. Robertson (Adjutant), Second Lieutenant P. Welsh, Second Lieutenant P. Hudson, Second Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale, Captain J. Craft (Quartermaster), Lieutenant J.C. George, Captain N. Lauder, Lieutenant P.F.R. Chiverton, Second Lieutenant J. Hide, Lieutenant F. Holland, Captain D. McDonald Front row: Captain N. Mason, Major C.C. Appleton, T.D., Major T.C. Periam (Training Major), Major J. Mulhall, T.D., Colonel R.S. McLaren, D.S.O., M.B.E., T.D., D.L. (Honorary Colonel), Lieutenant-Colonel G. Robertson, T.D., Brigadier A.J.A. Arengo-Jones, O.B.E., Major R.W. Scott, T.D., Major R.N. Blagburn, T.D., Major J.B. Stafford, Major J.W. Salkeld, (R.A.M.C.)
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Sennybridge, Brecknock, Wales, 1964 Back row: Captain D. McDonald, Captain Reverend F.J.B. Blackburn, R.A.Ch.D., Second Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale, Captain C.H.M. Gray, Lieutenant (Quartermaster) P.C. Firth, S.C.L.I., Captain P.F.R. Chiverton, Second Lieutenant R.P. Miller, Second Lieutenant E. Poulter Front row: Major L. Hudson, Major K.N. Fawcett, Captain D.H. Lawrence (Adjutant), Major J. Mulhall, T.D., Lieutenant-Colonel G. Robertson, T.D., Major S.F. Thorpe-Tracey (Training Major), Major J.B. Stafford, Major N. Mason
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at its annual camp, Stanford, Norfolk, 1965 Back row: Second Lieutenant A. Wood, Second Lieutenant R.D. Adams, Second Lieutenant D.B. Robertson, Second Lieutenant D. Childs, Second Lieutenant J. Bryson, Second Lieutenant J. Minto Middle row: Captain Reverend F.J.B. Blackburn R.A.Ch.D., Lieutenant C. Graham, Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale, Captain R.C. Ford, Captain A. Oyston, Lieutenant G.C. Mason, Captain (Quartermaster) F.W. Holland, Captain J.R. Young, R.A.P.C. Front row: Major J.W. Salkeld, R.A.M.C., Major D. McDonald, Major N. Mason, Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Captain D.H. Lawrence (Adjutant), Major L. Hudson, Lieutenant (Quartermaster) P.C. Firth
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Group photograph of officers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the annual camp, Barry, Carnoustie, Scotland, 1966 Back row: Second Lieutenant D. Howie N.U.O.T.C., Lieutenant J.C. Smiles, Second Lieutenant S.R.T. O'Sullivan, Second Lieutenant A. Wood, Second Lieutenant J. Minto, Second Lieutenant P.S. Wrightson, Second Lieutenant D.B. Robertson, Second Lieutenant J. Bates (4 Welch) Middle row: Captain Reverend F.J.B. Blackburn, R.A.Ch.D., Lieutenant T.B. Dugdale, Lieutenant G.C. Mason, Captain F.J.B. Snaith, Captain (Quartermaster) W.J. Passmore, M.B.E., Major R.C. Ford, Captain C. Graham, Lieutenant L.F. Place, Captain (Quartermaster) F.W. Holland Front row: Major A. Oyston, Major L. Hudson, Major E.B. Burini, Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, Captain C.R. Cousens (Adjutant), Major N. Mason, Major D. McDonald
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Photograph of Warrant Officer II Fen Davison, P.S.I. 'A' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, trying his luck on the 'Barry Camp puddle', n.d. [1961 or 1966]
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Photograph of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, shooting team with some of the trophies won at the divisional rifle meeting, n.d. [1960s]
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Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland presenting Major A. Oyston, 'B' Company, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, with the challenge cup for the champion company at the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, rifle meeting, 1966
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Photograph of Major-General R. Keith-Jones, Lieutenant-Colonel G.F. Sharland, and Major-General D.A.H. Graham, 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d. [1960s]
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Photograph of soldiers of the 8th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on inspection parade before officers and Major-General D.A.H. Graham, n.d. [1960s] (1 photograph, 17 cm. x 12 cm. black and white) 9TH BATTALION As 3rd Administrative Battalion Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps (1861 - 1880) As 6th Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps (1880) As 5th Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps (1880 - 1887) As 5th Volunteer Battalion The Durham Light Infantr (1887 - 1908) As 9th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (TF) (1908 - 1920) 1/9th Battalion (1914 - 1918) 1/9th was a Pioneer Battalion from 1918 2/9th Battalion (1914 - 1920) 3/9th Battalion (1915 - 1916) As 9th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (TA) (1920 - 1946) 1/9th Battalion (1939 - 1945) 2/9th formed 12th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (TA) As 9th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry (TA) (1947 - 1948) As 17th (9th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry) Battalion The Parachute Regiment (1948 - 1967) RECORDS OF SERVICE OF 9TH BATTALION

War Diaries (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/1-9)

War diary of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1 December 1915 - 31 March 1918
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War diary of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1st April 1918 - 31 September 1919
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Index of war diary of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, as in D/DLI 2/9/2, listing soldiers who were decorated, or wounded in action, April 1918 - September 1919
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Copy war diary of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 20 April 1915 - 25 December 1918
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Trench map of Cherisy, France, showing defences, 15 July 1917 Scale: 1:10,000
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Map of Cherisy, France, n.d., [1917] Scale: 1:10,000
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Sketch map of Cherisy, France, illustrating a trench raid, 15 September 1917
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Aerial photograph of trenches starting by the Cherisy-Heninel Road, [France], [20 June 1917]
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War diary of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1 - 31 August 1944
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Battalion Histories and Scrapbooks (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/10-14)

History of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, abstracted from the war diary, 1 February - 25 December 1918
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History of the 2/9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, between 1 July 1917 and 5 January 1920; abstracted from war diaries, 30 May 1939
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History of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, August 1944 - May 1945
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Notes for the history of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 6 June 1944 - 8 May 1945
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Copy notes for an unpublished history of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1944 - 1945, n.d.
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3rd Administrative Battalion, Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps, 1861 - 1880 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/15-26)

Rules of the South Shields Volunteer Rifles, 1860
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Rules of the Newcastle upon Tyne Rifle Volunteer Corps, 1860
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Rules of the Ninth Durham (Tyne and Derwent) Rifle Volunteer Corps, enrolled the Twenty Ninth March, 1860, Blaydon, 1860
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List of toasts at the dinner at the New Inn, Winlaton, held by the 9th Durham (Tyne and Derwent) Rifle Volunteers, 1 August 1860
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List of members of the Tyne and Derwent Volunteer Rifles, n.d. [c. 1860]
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Return concerning the condition of the 9th Durham Rifle Volunteers, 18 June 1862
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Enrolment card of John Anthony Cowen, of Blaydon Burn, as a member of the Tyne and Derwent Rifle Volunteers (9th Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps), 27 March 1861
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List of toasts at the Officers' Mess Dinner held by the 3rd Administrative Battalion, Durham Rifle Volunteers, 28 January 1868
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Letter from J.M. Webster, 10 Belle Grove Terrace, The Leazes, Newcastle upon Tyne, to Major [J.A. Cowen] concerning the appointment of an orderly room clerk for the Gateshead Corps of the Durham Rifle Volunteers, 19 September 1874; and copy letter from Captain J.H. French, commandant of the 8th Durham Rifle Volunteers, Gateshead Armoury, to Major Cowen, recommending Sergeant W.J. Howe for appointment as orderly room sergeant for headquarters, 15 September 1874; and copy letter from Major John A. Cowen, commanding 3rd Administrative Battalion, Durham Rifle Volunteers, Blaydon Burn, Blaydon on Tyne, to the officer commanding the 8th Durham Rifle Volunteers, Gateshead, appointing Sergeant Howe, 2 October 1874
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Regimental orders, issued by Lieutenant-Colonel J.G. Echalaz, commanding the 1st Newcastle upon Tyne Rifle Volunteers, concerning the examination of officers and non-commissioned officers to qualify for the extra capitation grant, 6 February 1871
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Letter from R.A. Crawford, Gateshead, to Colonel [ ] enclosing a copy letter [not found] concerning a matter for discussion between Lord J. Taylour and the officers commanding battalions, 29 April 1879
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An Act to consolidate and amend the provisions of the several Acts relating to corps of yeomanry and volunteers in Great Britain; and to make further regulations relating thereto, 5 June 1804; reprinted, 1859 Copy marked 'Tyne and Derwent Rifles'
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5th Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps, 1880 - 1887 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/27)

Regimental orders, issued by Lieutenant-Colonel J.A. Cowen, commandant of the 5th Durham Rifle Volunteers, concerning a regimental camp to be held at Rowlands Gill in June 1884, Gateshead, 5 April 1884
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5th Volunteer Battalion, 1887 - 1908 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/28-32)

Petition from the officers of the South Shields detachment of the 5th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, to Edward Stanhope, M.P., the Secretary of State for War, asking for permission to form a separate battalion with its headquarters at South Shields, n.d. [1887 - 1892]
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Letter from Captain T. Guthrie, Willington Terrace, South Shields, to Colonel Cowen, 5th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, requesting the draft of the officers' petition to the War Office, and discussing Major Proctor's suggestion for the formation of a 2nd Battalion in connection with the regiment, 9 September 1889
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Draft agreement between John Anthony Cowen of Blaydon Burn, Colonel of the 5th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and William Henry Challoner of Sunderland, Lieutenant-Colonel in command of the South Shields detachment of the said corps, for payment of the proportionate part of the annual grant due to the South Shields detachment in respect of the disputed claims of officers, Graham, Guthrie and Hall, 1894
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Newspaper report from the Newcastle Journal describing the history of the South Shields Volunteer Corps since 1868, and the construction of a new drill hall at Stanhope Road, near Tyne Dock, 6 June 1894
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Newspaper report of the inspection of the 5th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Gateshead, and the presentation of the Volunteer Decoration to Major W.J. Douglass, commanding the Blaydon Company, with annotation recording the excellent performance of the band, n.d. [ c. 1900]
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9th Battalion, First World War, 1914 - 1918 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/33-36)

List of officers who served with the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in France and Flanders, including dates of disembarkation, 1915 - 1918, and casualty information, n.d. [1918]
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Papers of Lieutenant-Colonel Ernest George Crouch For the personal papers of E.G. Crouch, see: D/DLI 7/154


Roll of honour of officers, warrant officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the 1/9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d. [1918]
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List of honours awarded to officers, warrant officers, non-commissioned officers, and men of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and dates of publication in the London Gazette, n.d. [1919]
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List of armies in which, and commanders under whom, the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, served during the First World War, 1919; roll of warrant officers and other ranks commissioned from the ranks, and a list of the principal guards of honour furnished by the battalion in 1919, n.d. [1919]
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9th Battalion operational reports and messages (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/37-64)

Copy report by Roland Bradford on the attack made by the 50th Division on the Butte de Warlencourt, France, and the Gird Line, France, on 5 November 1916, n.d., [1916]
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Intelligence report by Lieutenant-Colonel R.B. Bradford, concerning operations near the Maxwell trench, France, between relief, 6 and 7 November 1916; report written, 1916
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Report by Lieutenant-Colonel R.B. Bradford concerning the German attack on 5 to 6 November with the object of capturing the Maxwell trench, France, 7 November 1916
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Text of field message sent by runner from Brigadier-General N. Cameron to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the attack on the Butte de Warlencourt, France, and congratulating the battalion, 5 November 1916
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Account of intelligence examination of Lieutenant Jacobson, Royal Field Artillery III Corps, wounded on 5 November 1916 near the Butte de Warlencourt, France, 6 November 1916
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Summary of intelligence of the 50th Division, no. 13, describing operations carried out on the Butte de Warlencourt, France, between 5 and 6 November 1916, n.d., 1916
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Copy of information given by M. Parsi, mason, to Captain W.W.T. Torr, General Staff, III Corps, concerning the Butte de Warlencourt, France, 5 December 1916
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Report by Lieutenant-Colonel R.B. Bradford concerning the use of shell holes in advancing positions, 3 January 1917
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Report by Lieutenant-Colonel R.B. Bradford, Commanding Officer, 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, of the operations of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, between 12 and 15 April 1917, in the area of Wancourt Tower, Ronville Caves and Cojeul River, [France], and analysis of attack, 30 April 1917
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Copy of letters exchanged between J.H. Martin, 151st Brigade, and Lieutenant-Colonel R.B. Bradford, in appreciation of the 9th Battalion working party's efforts on the night of 17 July 1917, 18 - 19 July 1917; copy made to be circulated to the battalion, 19 July 1917
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Report by Lieutenant-Colonel R.B. Bradford concerning a scheme formulated by 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, for pursuit of the enemy, 21 August 1917
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Field message from Lieutenant-Colonel R.B. Bradford, commanding 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, to 151st Infantry Brigade concerning a successful trench raid [near Cherisy, France], 15 September 1917
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Letter from Major A.J. Bowne, attached Headquarters, 50th Division, to Colonel Bradford, commending Leatherbarrow for his laying-out of dummy figures and hoping that Leatherbarrow and his party were untouched by the 'strafe', 16 September 1917
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Notes by Lieutenant-Colonel R.B. Bradford, commanding 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on 'lessons learnt from the experience of the raid on enemy lines near Cherisy on 15 September 1917', 17 September 1917
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Letter from H. Karslake to Lieutenant-Colonel R.B. Bradford, describing what he saw of the trench raid near Cherisy and congratulating Bradford's gallant lads on 'one of the finest examples of discipline that anybody could wish to see', 17 September 1917
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Army message form from 'Brown', conveying the congratulations of General Byng, 3rd Army Commander, to all ranks who prepared and took part in the previous night's successful operation, 17 September 1917
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Copy of information gained about enemy trenches during the raid made by the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on 15 September 1917, written by Second Lieutenant C.D.B. Cluff, Intelligence Officer for the Officer Commanding, 18 September 1917
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Letter from [Lieutenant-Colonel] Roland Bradford to [J.H.] Martin acknowledging the latter's thanks for Captain Harker's help and thanking Martin's battalion for their assistance in and out of their trenches and the recovery of those men killed, commenting on the successful evening raid and the mutual friendliness between the two battalions, 18 September 1917
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Operation orders, issued by Second Lieutenant E.S. Gibson, officer commanding raiding party, 'D' Company, 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, for a raid, on the night of 27 - 28 September 1917, on an enemy front line trench, 22 September 1917
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Copy message from Lieutenant-Colonel E.C. Anstey, General Staff, 50th Division, conveying the congratulatory remarks of the Third Army Commander to 151st Infantry Brigade concerning the raid carried out by the 50th Division on 15 September 1917; forwarded to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 28 September 1917
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Notes on the operations of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, from 25 to 30 March 1918, at Bucquoy, France, 30 March 1918
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Weekly works progress reports of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, sent by Captain and Adjutant C.H.R. Gee to the officer commanding, 4 March - 24 June 1918
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Précis of operations of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (Pioneers), at Havrincourt, France, between 11 and 15 September 1918, compiled by Lieutenant-Colonel [E.G. Crouch], 17 September 1918
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Statement of casualties, prisoners captured, and material captured, between 25 August and 11 November 1918, n.d., [1918]
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List of dates, places, and distances covered, by the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on the march through Belgium to Germany, between 16 November and 23 December 1918, n.d., [1918]
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Operation orders no.107, issued by Captain C.H.R. Gee, adjutant of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry (Pioneers), concerning arrangements for an emergency crossing of the Rhine, Germany, by IX Corps, 16 February 1919
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Memorandum issued by Captain C.H.R. Gee, adjutant of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning a practice mobilisation scheme, 16 February 1919
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Copy field message sent by Captain J. Smales, adjutant, 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, to the adjutant of the 20th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, asking for two G.S. wagons to be made available for the departure of the cadre of the battalion on the following day, 7 November 1919
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Letter from the Earl of Durham (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/65)

Letter from the Earl of Durham, Lambton Castle, Fence Houses, to the officer commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, conveying his congratulations, as President of the Territorial Asssociation, to the battalion on its distinguished record in upholding the glorious traditions of the Faithful Durhams, 8 August 1918
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Messages from the Commanders-in-Chief, British and Allied Armies (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/66-93)

Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir J.D.P. French, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army, in the field, expressing his sadness in relinquishing his command and his pride in the Army, 18 December 1915
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Special order of the day, issued by General Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing a message of congratulation from King George V, 16 September 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/67


Printed message from General Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, to General Sir H. Rawlinson, commanding the Fourth Army, offering his congratulations on recent victories, 17 September [1916]
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Special order of the day, issued by General Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing a letter of congratulation from General Joffre on recent victories, and his reply, 22 September 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/69


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, containing telegrams exchanged between William Dunn, Lord Mayor of London, and Sir Douglas Haig concerning the recent successes in battle, 29 September 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/70


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, publishing a letter from King George V expressing gratitutude to the Army for the way it is dealing with the German attack, April 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/71


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, in response to the German offensive: 'with our backs to the wall and believing in the justice of our cause each one of us must fight on to the end', 11 April 1918
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Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, publishing his letter to General J.J. Pershing, Commander-in-Chief of the American Expeditionary Forces, sending greetings on American Independence Day, and Pershing's reply, 8 July 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/73


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, publishing telegrams of support from the Commander-in-Chief, India; from the Secretary of the Discharged Soldiers' Association, Swindon, Wiltshire; and from Arthur Wesson, Chairman of the Works Committee, James Russell and Sons Ltd., Wednesbury, Staffordshire, and his replies, 6 August 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/74


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, publishing his letter of congratulation to Marshal Foch, and Foch's reply, 9 August 1918
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Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, publishing messages of support from A.R. Windhurst, an Honorary Secretary of the National Workmen's Council, London; and from the General Secretariat, Group of the Associations of Disabled, Invalided and Discharged Soldiers of the Great War, Nice, France, and his replies, 9 August 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/76


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, publishing messages of congratulation and support from the Mayor of Berwick-on-Tweed and the Derby Trades' Council, 31 August 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/77


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, congratulating the British Army on its recent victories, 7 September 1918
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Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing a letter of gratitude from the Mayor of Lille, France, on the liberation of the city, 3 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/79


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing a letter of gratitude by an inhabitant of Poix-du-Nord, France, on the liberation of that place, 7 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/80


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing letters of congratulation from Lord Cavan, Italy; from the British Colony, Mexico City; from the Royal Army Temperance Association, 47 Victoria Street, London; from the Smethwick Traders' Association, 295 High Street, Smethwick, Staffordshire; and T.M. Davies, 43 Hebron Road, Clydach, Glamorgan, Wales, on behalf of the Trades Unionists of the Mond Nickel Works, 10 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/81


'Terms of the Armistice concluded by the Allied Powers and the United States with Austria-Hungary', November 1918
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'Text of Conditions of Armistice with Turkey', November 1918
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Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing his letter to General Diaz, Comando Supremo, Italy, congratulating the latter on the defeat of Austria, and Diaz's reply, 13 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/84


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing letters of congratulation on the victory from Field Marshal the Duke of Connaught, Clarence House, London; from General Milne, Salonica, Greece; from General Bliss, the Supreme War Council, Versailles, France; from the Reverend Wallace Williamson, Minister of St. Giles, Edinburgh, Scotland; from the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Archbishop of York, Lambeth Palace, London; from the Provost, Aberfeldy, Perthshire, Scotland; and the Sirdar, Egypt; 16 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/85


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing messages of congratulation on the victory from the Town Clerk of Dundee, Angus, Scotland; from the Mayor of Oldham, Lancashire; from the students of Dundee University College, Dundee; from the British Chamber of Commerce for Italy; from the Board of Guardians, Newport, Shropshire; from the Early Closing Association; from Middlesex County Council; from Lieutenant-General Sir John Maxwell, Northern Command; from the citizens of Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire; from Margam Urban District Council, Glamorgan, Wales; from the Treharris Workmen & Citizens, Glamorgan, Wales; from the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales; from the Secretary of Gorseinon Lodge, R.A.O.B. [Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes], Gorseinon, [Glamorgan, Wales]; from the vicar of Icklesham, East Sussex; from the Mayor of Banbury, Oxfordshire; from the Town Clerk of Arbroath, Forfarshire, Scotland; from Skegby Rural District Council, Nottinghamshire; from the Victoria Bowling Club, Walsall, Staffordshire; from the South Liverpool Branch of the National Federation of Discharged Sailors and Soldiers, Liverpool, Lancashire; from the Editor of African World ; from the Rotary Club, Dublin, Ireland; from the Provost and Town Clerk of Nairn, Nairnshire, Scotland; from Blackwell Rural District Council, Derbyshire; and from the Provost of Annan, Dumfriesshire, 17 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/86


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing messages of congratulation on the victory from Marshal Foch, General Petain, and the British Ambassador, Rome, Italy, 18 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/87


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing a telegram of congratulation on the victory, from the Army Council, 18 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/88


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing a message of congratulation on the victory, from King George V, 20 November 1918
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Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, publishing a Christmas message from King George V and Queen Mary, 23 December 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/90


Special order of the day, issued by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, wishing his troops a happy Christmas, 23 December 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/91


Special order of the day, issued by Marshal Foch, Commander-in-Chief of the Allied Armies, congratulating the Allied troops on their victory, 12 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/92


Special order of the day, issued by General Sir William Robertson, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army of the Rhine, [Germany], publishing his telegram to the Secretary of the Army Council, and Secretary's reply praising the Rhine Army, 9 September 1919
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/93

Messages from Army, Corps, Division and Brigade commanders (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/94-130)

Special order of the day, issued by General the Honorable Sir J.H.G. Byng, commanding the Third Army, congratulating his troops, 11 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/94


Memorandum, sent by XIV Corps to the 50th Division, and forwarded to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, congratulating the soldiers of 63rd Division on 'their fine efforts yesterday under the terrible conditions of ground and weather', 28 October 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/95


Memorandum, sent by R.H. Kearsley, B.G.G.S., VI Corps, and forwarded to the 1/9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, congratulating the pioneer battalions on their road maintenance, 15 - 16 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/96


Field message sent by the General Officers Commanding 'L.M.' and 'D.G.', to 'K.G.' and 'F.B.', congratulating them on their 'gallant works during the last forty eight hours', 30 September 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/97


Order of the day, issued by Major-General P.S. Wilkinson, commanding the 50th (Northumbrian) Division, congratulating the Division on its gallantry and determination since joining the Battle of the Somme, France, 3 October 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/98


Memorandum sent by Major-General P.S. Wilkinson, commanding the 50th Division, to all ranks, summarising the division's record on the completion of its first tour in the battle of Arras, France, 27 April 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/99


Memorandum, sent by an unidentified writer, summarising the achievements of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, during the battle of Arras, France, 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/100


Special order, issued by Major-General Sir P.S. Wilkinson, commanding 50th (Northumbrian) Division, recording his regret at the transfer of the 7th Battalion, The Northumberland Fusiliers, the 5th Battalion, The Border Regiment, and the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, to other divisions of the Army, 10 February 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/101


Memorandum, sent by Lieutenant-Colonel Harold S. Lea, 62nd (West Riding) Division, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning a guard of honour for the President du Conseil of the French Republic at St. Pol railway station, France, 24 February 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/102


Memorandum, sent by Major-General Braithwaite, commanding 62nd (West Riding) Division, congratulating all ranks on their splendid gallantry and expressing his confidence in their ability to withstand the German advance, 29 March 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/103


Memorandum, sent by General Headquarters, and forwarded to the 1/9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, passing on the admiration of Mid-Tyne Branches for the men of the Durham, Northumberland and Tyneside Battalions, 3 - 6 April 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/104


Memorandum, sent by Lieutenant-Colonel C.R. Newman, General Staff of 62nd (West Riding) Division, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the small number of Lewis guns used by a pioneer battalion compared with the number used by a front line infantry battalion, 5 April 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/105


Special order, issued by Major-General Braithwaite, 62nd (West Riding) Division, concerning the award of the Victoria Cross to Private Thomas Young, 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 'for conspicuous gallant conduct in the face of the enemy', 2 June 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/106


Special order of the day, issued by Major-General W.P. Braithwaite, commanding 62nd (West Riding) Division, publishing a telegram of congratulation from Lieutenant-General Sir A.J. Godley, commander of XXII Corps, 28 July 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/107


Letter from Major-General W.P. Braithwaite, Headquarters, 62nd (West Riding) Division, to the Chairman of the Durham Territorial Association, Old Elvet, Durham, and passed on to Lieutenant-Colonel E.G. Crouch, commanding the 9th Battalion of The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the capture of the village of Cuitron, France, by the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 2 August 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/108


Memorandum, sent by Major-General Walter Braithwaite, Headquarters, 62nd (West Riding) Division, saying farewell to the Division on his appointment to an Army Corps command, 27 August 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/109


Message, sent by Major-General Braithwaite to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, congratulating it on its fine performance, 27 n.m. n.y. [1918]
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/110


Special order of the day, issued by Major-General Sir R.D. Whigham, commanding 62nd (West Riding) Division, conveying messages of congratulation from the General Officer Commanding the Third Army, and the General Officer Commanding the VI Corps, 12 - 14 September 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/111


Memorandum, sent by Major-General Whigham, commanding 62nd (West Riding) Division, forwarding a message congratulating the 62nd Division from General Sir Julian Byng, commanding the Third Army, 14 September 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/112


Message, sent by Major-General Whigham, commanding 62nd (West Riding) Division, passing on praise for the 62nd Division's success at Ribecourt and Marcoing, France, 1 October 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/113


Message, sent by Major-General Whigham, commanding 62nd (West Riding) Division, congratulating the 62nd Division on the capture of Havrincourt, Marcoing, Masnieres and the high ground of Crevecoeur, France, 1 October 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/114


Copy letter from the Commanding Officer of the 62nd (West Riding) Division to the Chairman of the Durham Territorial Association, Old Elvet, Durham, giving news of the deeds of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 9 October 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/115


Message, sent by General Whigham to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, congratulating it on the success of the day's operations, 20 October 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/116


Message, sent by General Whigham, congratulating the 62nd Division on a successful operation, n.d., [1918]
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/117


Message, sent by General Whigham, congratulating the 62nd Division on a successful operation, n.d., [1918]
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/118


Special order of the day, issued by Major-General Sir R.D. Whigham, commanding 62nd (West Riding) Division, containing a message of congratulation from the Commander-in-Chief, 6 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/119


Special order of the day, issued by Major-General Sir R.D. Whigham, commanding 62nd (West Riding) Division, passing on a message of congratulation from Lieutenant-General A. Haldane, commanding VI Corps, 9 - 10 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/120


Special order of the day, issued by Major-General R. Whigham, 62nd (West Riding) Division, concerning the suspension of hostilities, 11 November 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/121


Special Order of the day, issued by Major-General Sir R.D. Whigham, 62nd (West Riding) Division, conveying a message of congratulation from C. Haldane, the Corps Commander, 27 November - 3 December 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/122


Memorandum, sent by Lieutenant-Colonel [Harold Lea], 'A.A.' and Quartermaster-General, 62nd (West Riding) Division, passing on to the Division the congratulations extended by George V to the Second Army, 16 December 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/123


Special order, issued by Major-General Sir R.D. Whigham, commanding 62nd (West Riding) Division, passing on a Christmas greeting from Walter Braithwaite, the Commander of IX Corps, 26 December 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/124


Special order, issued by Major-General Sir R.D. Whigham, commanding 62nd (West Riding) Division, concerning the award of the Victoria Cross to Corporal (acting Sergeant) John Daykins, 2/4th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment (T.F.) for gallantry at Solesmes, Sarthe, France, 26 December 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/125


Special order of the day, issued by Major-General R. Whigham, commanding 62nd (West Riding) Division, containing a message for the new year, 31 December 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/126


Special order of the day, issued by the 151st Brigade, reporting the death of Captain J.G. Harter, Brigade Major, 3 April 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/127


Memorandum, sent by Brigadier-General [M. Cameron], 151st Infantry Brigade, to the officer commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, congratulating the battalions of the 151st Brigade, 20 September 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/128


Memorandum, sent by the Brigade Major, 151st Infantry Brigade, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, congratulating the Brigade on 'a most difficult operation', 16 April 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/129


Memorandum, sent by Brigadier-General Cameron, commanding 151st Infantry Brigade, to [the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry], forwarding messages sent to the Brigade congratulating it on recent operations, 28 April 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/130

Message from The Duke of Wellington's Regiment (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/131)

Message sent by Major G.E. Wannell to the officer commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, thanking the 9th Battalion for the two platoons sent to reinforce the Duke of Wellington's Regiment, 6 March 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/131

Intelligence and information from General Staff and Brigade headquarters (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/132-230)

Notes on the operations of the 51st Division north-east of Ypres, Belgium, between 31 July and 1 August 1917, circulated by 50th Division, 8 October 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/132


Narrative of operations of the 62nd (West Riding) Division in the Ardre Valley, during the Second Battle of the Marne, between 19 and 30 July 1918, written by Major-General W.P.Braithwaite, 25 July - 17 August 1918 Includes: 2 plans
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/133


Narrative of operations of the 62nd (West Riding) Division, 24 August - 3 September 1918, written by an unidentified author, n.d., [1918]
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/134


Narrative of operations of the 62nd (West Riding) Division, during the Battle of Maubeuge, between 4 and 11 November 1918, written by Major-General R. Whigham, 3 January 1919
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/135


Summary of intelligence, gathered by the Second Army, between 1 and 15 November 1917, written by Lieutenant-Colonel V. Vivian, General Staff, 19 November 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/136


'Hostile Activity and Situation Map' showing battery positions, locations determined by Royal Flying Corps and British front line, 12 April 1917 Scale: 1:20,000 On reverse: trench map of Agny and Mercatel, France, n.d. [1917] Scale: 1:10,000
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/137


'Diagram showing the organisation and defences of a divisional sector, from a German document captured in April 1917', issued by the General Staff (Intelligence), 1 May 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/138


'Manual of Position Warfare for All Arms, Part 1a: general principles of the construction of field positions, third edition, 15 August 1917', translated from a German document, and issued by the General Staff (Intelligence), 12 December 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/139


'Extracts no. 10 from German documents and correspondence', including descriptions of conditions on the battle front, morale, military and civil, riots and strikes, the political situation and conditions in Germany, 27 September 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/140


'Extracts no. 11 from German documents and correspondence', including descriptions of conditions at the front and military and civilian morale, riots and strikes, and political situation, issued by the General Staff (Intelligence), 18 October 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/141


'Extracts no. 12 from German documents and correspondence', including descriptions of conditions at the front and military morale, conditions in Germany and civilian morale, riots and strikes, epidemics, allied air raids, and explosions in munitions factories, issued by the General Staff (Intelligence), 25 November 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/142


'Notes on recent fighting no. 7: German attack near Givenchy, [Pas-de-Calais, France], 9 April 1918', including a plan of the attack of the 4th Ersatz Division, 9 April 1918 Scale: 1:10,000
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/143


'Notes on recent fighting no. 8' concerning signal communication, issued by the General Staff, 28 April 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/144


'Notes on recent fighting no. 9: tactical handling of machine guns in defensive operations', 3 May 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/145


'Notes on recent fighting no. 11', concerning the employment of mounted troops, issued by the General Staff, 21 May 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/146


'Notes on recent fighting no. 12', concerning rapid rifle fire, elephant shelters, and trench mortars, issued by the General Staff, 23 May 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/147


'Notes on recent fighting no. 13: German tactics in the attack', issued by the General Staff, 4 June 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/148


'Notes on recent fighting no. 15: the German attack on the British front on the Aisne, [Picardie, France], on 27 May', 6 June 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/149


'Notes on recent fighting no. 16: use of gas by the enemy prior to his attack on the British on the Aisne, [Picardie, France], 27 May 1918', issued by the General Staff, 11 June 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/150


'Notes on recent fighting no. 17: notes on the breakthrough for brigade, regimental and battalion commanders (translation of a German document)', issued by the General Staff, 9 July 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/151


'Notes on recent fighting no. 18: German attack on the Fourth French Army east of Rheims [France] on 15 July 1918', including a plan showing the intended routes of German divisions in the offensive in Champagne, [France], issued by the General Staff, 23 July 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/152


'German ruses', information issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 8 April 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/153


'Diary of a Sergeant-Major who was a platoon commander of 8th Company, 141st Regiment, 35th Division', issued by 3rd Field Survey Company, Royal Engineers, 6 May 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/154


Notes on the construction of positions on the Ypres [Belgium] battle front for the coming winter, from a captured German document, information issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 2 October 1917 On reverse: a diagram showing the organisation of a company sector for the winter months
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/155


'The 1916 Pattern bomb thrower ("Granatenwerfer 16") for stick bomb ("Wurfgranate" 1915)', including diagrams and a range table, March 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/156


'German light machine gun (08/15)' diagram, issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 13 May 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/157


'German automatic-lighting stick grenade (time)' diagram, issued by General Staff (Intelligence),June 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/158


Sketch of German Granatenwerfer and Light T.M., issued by VII Corps Intelligence, 24 July 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/159


'Signal thrower "signalwerfer" or "nachrichtenwerfer"' diagram, issued by General Staff (Intelligence),7 August 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/160


'Extracts from the experiences of the Sixth German Army in the employment of the '08/'15 light machine gun', issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 16 September 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/161


'German message shell', extracts from a captured document, issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 30 October 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/162


'List of German material required for inspection', issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 22 April 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/163


'The light "minenwerfer" on flat-trajectory carriage', translated from a captured German document, including photographs, and issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 25 June 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/164


'The 1917 German long delay action fuse for demolition purposes', including a diagram, issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 13 August 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/165


'German automatic detonating device used in connection with explosive charges left in dug-outs, billets and elsewhere', including a diagram, issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 5 April 1917; reprinted, 16 August 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/166


'Translations of captured German documents', issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 20 August 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/167


'Translation of a German document: camouflage', issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 25 August 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/168


'Translation of a German document: Instructions and rules of guidance for the conduct of every German soldier who is taken prisoner', issued by General Staff (Intelligence), 2 September 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/169


Copy of the despatch to His Majesty's Ambassador at Washington respecting the Allied note of 10 January 1917, sent by the Foreign Office, London, 13 January 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/170


'Investigation of rumours', issued by the General Staff, 20 May 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/171


'Quotations from reports and letters written by war workers after their visit to the British front', June 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/172


Memorandum, sent by the General Staff, 62nd (West Riding) Division, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, enclosing a silhouette of a French armoured car, 25 April 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/173


Memorandum, sent by the General Staff, 62nd (West Riding) Division, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, enclosing a sketch, and description, of the first type of German tank used at Villers-Bretonneux, France, 5 - 11 May 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/174


Memorandum, sent by the General Staff, 62nd (West Riding) Division, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the markings on British tanks, 8 May 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/175


Memorandum, sent by the General Staff, 62nd (West Riding) Division, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the markings on British tanks, 10 May 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/176


Memorandum, sent by the General Headquarters, Third Army, to the Headquarters of IV Corps, and forwarded via the General Staff, 62nd (West Riding) Division, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the use of ordinary ammunition against German tanks, 2 - 6 July 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/177


'Note for infantry officers on co-operation with tanks', n.d. [1918]
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/178


Notes for infantry commanders concerning the close shooting of artillery over infantry, and diagram, 7 - 10 March 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/179


Memorandum, sent by the Second Army, and forwarded to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the issue of revolvers to the Numbers 1 and 2 of Machine gun companies and Lewis gun detachments, 7 - 10 July 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/180


Memorandum, sent by Lieutenant-General R.C. Maxwell, Quartermaster-General, Second Army, and forwarded to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the carrying of ammunition, 20 - 25 July 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/181


Letter from B.B. Cubitt, War Office, London, to the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, British Army in France, concerning the formation of the Training Reserve, 12 August 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/182


Notes and diagrams on the construction of dug-outs, 18 November 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/183


Notes and diagrams concerning the formation of a cruciform post for machine guns, [November 1916]
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Notes and diagram concerning the throwing of live grenades during training, 6 December 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/185


Diagram of a III Corps cruciform post, showing a suggested alternative wire entanglement, 31 December 1916
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/186


Memorandum forwarded from the General Headquarters, Fourth Army, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the conclusions reached by the War Cabinet, on 31 January 1917, on the utilisation of the experience gained by subordinate officers, 9 - 15 February 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/187


Memorandum, sent by Lieutenant-Colonel H. Karslake, General Staff, 50th Division, and forwarded to the companies of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the importance of safeguarding important orders and documents, 22 - 24 February 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/188


Memorandum passed from General Headquarters to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning possible attempts by French and Russian prisoners working behind German lines to cross over to British lines, 23 February 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/189


Notes on bombing operations in the Reserve Army and short accounts of bombing operations, which took place on 5 October 1916, for circulation to all companies of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 9 March 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/190


Summary of questions discussed by commanding officers, at the senior officers' conference at the Fourth Army Infantry School, 3 March 1917, circulated with a covering note
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/191


Summary of questions discussed by commanding officers to battalions, 20 March 1917, at the senior officers' conference at the Fourth Army Infantry School, 10 - 17 December 1916, and circulated with a covering note to battalions, 21 March 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/192


Memorandum, sent by the Brigade Major, 151st Infantry Brigade, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning covering fire during infantry attacks, 28 March 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/193


Memorandum, sent by from the Third Army, and forwarded to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the collection of German propaganda posters 'demonstrating the German system of government', 7 - 10 April 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/194


'Instructions for the care of Mills Grenades', n.d. [April 1917]
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'Instructions for Battle', issued by the General Staff, May 1917
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Notes on the 'experiences of a division in recent fighting', issued by the General Staff, May 1917
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Notes concerning the 'replacement locally of broken tubes in Sights, Luminous, No. 1, Mark I, R.S.M.L.E. Mark III' in rifles, and of luminous sights, front and back, for machine guns, May 1917
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Notes on the 'employment of three inch Stokes mortars in recent fighting', issued by the General Staff, June 1917
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'Instructions for the demolition of hostile guns with 3-inch Stokes trench mortar bombs and special slow fuze', issued by the General Staff, June 1917
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Memorandum, sent by the Brigade Major, 151st Infantry Brigade, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the preservation of railway embankments, 14 - 17 August 1917
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Memorandum, sent by from Lieutenant-General L.E. Kiggell, Chief of the General Staff, Third Army, and forwarded to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the restriction of information before operations, 20 - 28 August 1917
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Memorandum, sent by the Staff Captain, 151st Infantry Brigade, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the No. 24 Mark II and No. 35 Mark I rifle grenades, 23 August 1917
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/203


Memorandum forwarded from 50th Division to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and reply by Lieutenant-Colonel E.G. Crouch, concerning the training of troops in shell hole fighting under various conditions, 10 - 12 January 1918
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Memorandum, and diagrams, sent by Headquarters, 151st Infantry Brigade, to the commanding officer of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, and reply, concerning methods of consolidation in depth, 23 - 26 January 1918
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Memorandum, sent by the General Staff, 50th Division, and forwarded to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, containing rules concerning the nomenclature of defences, 21 - 22 January 1918
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Army Council Instruction, no. 229, of 1918: 'Instructions on Bombing, Part II', with amendments, 5 March 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/207


Notes, and diagrams, on the construction of new trenches or fire bays, written by Captain and Adjutant C.H.R. Gee, 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 14 April 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/208


Memorandum, and diagram, sent by Brigadier-General R. Parker, General Staff, IV Corps, forwarded to the General Staff, 62nd (West Riding) Division, concerning a type of small dug-out made under the parapet of deep trenches, 18 - 20 April 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/209


'Extracts from a lecture given at the General Headquarters, Lewis Gun School, on "the employment of Lewis guns against aircraft in forward areas"', June 1918
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Diagram of a Hill-Jackson anti-aircraft backsight (Lewis gun design), n.d. [1914 - 1918]
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Notes and diagrams concerning a tape release for the magazine catch on a Lewis gun, n.d. [1918]
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'Fire fighting: care of fire appliances and fire drills', July 1918
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Memorandum, sent by the General Staff, IV Corps, and forwarded to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the improvement of concealment and camouflage, 6 - 7 August 1918
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Memorandum, sent by the General Staff, Third Army, and forwarded to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, concerning the possible production of a 1,000 kilogram aeroplane bomb by the Germans, and the collection of large bomb fragments for inspection by the Royal Air Force, 7 - 12 August 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/215


Memorandum, sent by Lieutenant-Colonel H.A. Lawrence, General Headquarters, Third Army, and forwarded to the General Staff, 62nd (West Riding) Division, concerning the suspected misuse of the Red Cross for unauthorised communication with the enemy, 31 August 1918
Document format of D/DLI 2/9/216


Diagram, and notes, for the method of raising and revetting a bell tent, n.d. [1914 - 1918]
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Part of a document [page 4] relating to infantry advances, giving examples from Hooge, Belgium, and Loos, Belgium, n.d., [1915 - 1918]
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Memorandum, sent by the Brigade Major, 151st Infantry Brigade to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, enclosing panorama aerial photographs of ground from High Wood to Martinpuich, Pas-de-Calais, France, 5 October 1916
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Aerial photograph, reference 34C340 M33BD34AC, of an unidentified section of the Western Front, 19 September 1916
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Aerial photograph, reference 34C378 M27CD33AB, of an unidentified section of the Western Front, 22 September 1916
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Message, sent by the Brigade Major, 151st Infantry Brigade to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, enclosing an oblique aerial photograph, described as '22.N.1560', 22 October 1916
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Photograph of a relief map of the Somme battlefield, n.d. [1916]
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Memorandum from the Brigade Major, 151st Infantry Brigade, to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, requesting information and opinions concerning the operations of 12 to 15 April and 23 to 26 April 'with a view to learning any lessons we can', 28 April 1917
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Map of the trench system occupied by the 50th Division, 24 April 1917 No scale
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Sketch map, described as map square U.1.b, illustrating a trench raid, in an unidentified part of the Western Front, n.d. [1915 - 1918] Scale: 1:5,000
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Summary of the replies sent by Brigadier-General Cameron, 151st Infantry Brigade, to Headquarters, 50th Division, in response to a request, of 28 April 1917, for information and opinions concerning equipment, supplies, tactics, and weapons, 2 May 1917
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Notes on retaliation tactics relating to enemy use of fishtails and large minnies, 21 September 1917
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Notes, and regulations, relating to the compilation of war diaries, August 1915 - 1 May 1918
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Rules for the keeping of a divisional record for the 50th (Northumbrian) Division, 5 March 1919
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Death of Brigadier-General R.B. Bradford (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/231-232)

Copy letter from Walter Braithwaite to Neville Cameron, concerning Colonel Bradford and his death on 30 November 1917, 11 January 1918
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Copy biographical notes concerning the character and social life of R.B. Bradford as a subaltern in the [2nd] Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, prior to the outbreak of war, written by an unidentified officer, who commanded Bradford during peacetime, n.d. [1917]
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151st Regiment of Russian Infantry (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/233-234)

Memorandum, sent by the War Office, London, and forwarded to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, originally enclosing postcards from the 151st Regiment of Russian Infantry, 19 - 23 June 1916
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Memorandum, sent by the War Office, Whitehall, London, to the General Officer Commanding the 151st Infantry Brigade, British Expeditionary Force, France, enclosing a letter from Colonel Angorsky, the 151st Latigorsky Regiment, to 'the Officer Commanding the 151st Infantry Regiment of the British Army', sending 'brotherly greetings', 22 June 1916
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Letters from E.G. Crouch concerning the colours (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/235-236)

Letter from E.G. Crouch, in the field, to the Rector of St. Mary's Church, Gateshead, thanking him for his part in the public ceremony of returning the colours to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 30 December 1918
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Letter from E.G. Crouch, in the field, to the Mayor of Gateshead, Town Hall, Gateshead, thanking him for arranging the ceremony for the return of the colours to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 30 December 1918
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Miscellaneous records of 9th Battalion (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/237-252)

Memorandum, written by Captain R. Boys Stones, adjutant of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, suggesting it4ems for a diet sheet, 20 August 1916
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Notice of the first performance by the Green Diamonds Ragtime Troupe of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the pavilion near Mericourt, France, 25 March [1917]
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Notice of a concert performed by artists from the American Army, the 5th Border Regiment, and the Green Diamonds Ragtime Troupe of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, in the 9th Battalion camp, [France], 9 September [1917]
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Notice of a football match between the 3rd Battalion, Grenadier Guards, and the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d., [1914 - 1918] Includes: the names of the Durham Light Infantry team,
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Note concerning the commemoration of the Battle of Inkerman by the The Durham Light Infantry Brigade, by the firing, at night, of red rockets, followed by rapid fire, n.d., [5 November 1915 - 1918]
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Poem entitled 'The parting of Corporal Guy', n.d. [1916 - 1917]
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The Cologne Post, a daily paper published by the Army of the Rhine, 31 March 1919
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Trench map of Pys, Le Sars, Ligny and Thilloy, France, showing the British front line on 16 October 1916, n.d., [1916] Includes: the Butte de Warlencourt, and endorsed 'R.B. Bradford's V.C.' Scale: 1:10,000
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Plan of trenches around Lens, Valenciennes, Amiens and St. Quentin, France, showing the enemy order of battle at Cambrai, France, 22 March 1918 Scale: 1:100,000
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Programme of a concert given by warrant officers and sergeants of the 2/9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d. [1914 - 1918]
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Programme for the British Salonika Force [Greece] Boxing championships, in which the 2/9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, took part, n.d., [1916 - 1918]
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Christmas card of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, captioned 'Greet the unseen with a cheer!', December 1916
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Extract from the Illustrated Chronicle, including photographs of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on parade at Gateshead, 20 April 1915
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Drawing of a cross in memory of the men of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, who fell on the 15 and 19 September and 1 October 1916, signed by Roland Bradford, October 1916
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Print, distributed to the men of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, portraying Jesus appearing to a soldier in a trench, entitled 'Abide with Me' and inscribed 'with best wishes from Roland Bradford', 1917
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Sketch of the 'Butte de Warlencourt', France, 1918
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9th Battalion, 1919 - 1939 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/253-254)

Training programme of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1921 - 1922
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Programme of the order of ceremonial at the unveiling of the memorial to the 50th (Northumbrian) Division at Wieltje, near Ypres, Belgium, by Field Marshal Viscount Plumer, 1 September 1929 Includes: the signatures of 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry
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9th Battalion, Second World War, 1939 - 1945 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/255-275)

Order of battle of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d. [1939 - 1945]
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Notification from the Mayor of Catania, Sicily, Italy, handed to Lieutenant B.J. Gardner, 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, announcing the surrender of the City of Catania, Sicily, Italy, 5 August 1943 On reverse: letter from Brigadier R.H. Senior, commanding 151st (Durham) Infantry Brigade, Central Mediterranean Forces, presenting the document to the regimental museum, 16 September 1943
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'Lessons from Ten Days' Close Country Warfare in Sicily-Catania-Riposto', Italy, by Lieutenant-Colonel J.R. Woods, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 20 August 1943
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Unit, Part I orders, issued by Lieutenant-Colonel H.J. Mogg, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 14 August 1944
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Unit, Part I orders, issued by Lieutenant-Colonel H.J. Mogg, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 6 October 1944
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Unit, Part I orders, issued by Lieutenant-Colonel H.J. Mogg, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 21 November 1944
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Unit, Part I orders, issued by Lieutenant-Colonel H.J. Mogg, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 26 January 1945
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Unit, Part I orders, issued by Lieutenant-Colonel H.J. Mogg, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 13 April 1945
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Unit, Part I orders, issued by Lieutenant-Colonel H.J. Mogg, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 27 April 1945
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Unit, Part I orders, [incomplete], issued by Lieutenant-Colonel H.J. Mogg, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 14 May 1945
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Unit, Part I orders [incomplete], issued by Lieutenant-Colonel H.J. Mogg, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 31 May 1945
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Unit, Part I orders, issued by Lieutenant-Colonel H.J. Mogg, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 17 July 1945
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Unit, Part I orders, issued by Lieutenant-Colonel H.J. Mogg, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 20 July 1945
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Unit, Part I orders, issued by Lieutenant-Colonel A.B. Brown, commanding the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 7 November 1945
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Copy administrative order no. 33: Bigot Neptune , issued to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, May 1944
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Copy instructions for minor changes to amendment no. 2 to Bigot Neptune , Operation Overlord , issued by Headquarters, 151st (Durham) Infantry Brigade, 27 May 1944
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Copy of 50th Division Stop Press Photo Interpretation Report, based on information received up to 30 May, concerning Bigot Neptune , 1944, and copy letter on the treatment of Resistance groups in liberated territory during Operation Overlord , issued by Main Headquarters, 50th (Northumbrian) Division, 1 June 1944
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Notes concerning 'Minefield Clearance and Breaching', passed on by the Adjutant to all companies of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 3 January 1945
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Poems by an anonymous soldier of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, entitled 'The Faithful Durhams' and 'On the Primosola Bridge', 1943
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Note concerning the Durham Light Infantry memorial at the Primosole Bridge, Sicily, Italy, 1943
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Extract from Brightly Shone the Dawn by G. Johnson & C. Dunphie, concerning the capture of Lingêvres, France, 14 June 1944
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9th Battalion, 1945 - 1948 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/276-277)

Newspaper cutting concerning the 56th Infantry Brigade Swimming Gala, and referring to the team of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 29 June 1946
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Newspaper photograph, from The Polar Bear News, of the swimming team of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry at the 56th Brigade Swimming Gala, 5 July 1946
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RECORDS OF 9TH BATTALION OFFICERS' MESS (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/278)

Minute book of the officers' mess of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 2 November 1937 - 5 September 1939; 8 June 1942
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COLOURS OF 9TH BATTALION (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/279-283)

Programme of the ceremony of receiving the colours of the 17th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment, (9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry), at Brancepeth, 23 April 1949
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Programme for the laying up of colours, for the dedication and unveiling of the book of remembrance and the memorial to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at St. Mary's Church, Gateshead, 5 November 1949
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Order of service for the laying up of colours and for the unveiling and dedication of a memorial to the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at St. Mary's Church, Gateshead, 5 November 1949
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Order of service for the laying up of colours of the 17th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment, (9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry), T.A. and for the re-dedication of the memorial to all ranks of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, who fell at the Butte de Warlencourt [France], in November 1916, at St. Mary's Church, Gateshead, 14 November 1970
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Admission ticket for the laying up of colours of the 17th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment, (9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry), T.A. and for the re-dedication of the memorial to all ranks of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, who fell at the Butte de Warlencourt [France], in November 1916, at St. Mary's Church, Gateshead, 14 November 1970
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RECORDS OF 9TH BATTALION REUNIONS (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/284-285)

Programme of the last Alamein Reunion at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 22 October 1976
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Ticket to the Alamein Reunion, 22 October 1976 (1 card) PHOTOGRAPHS

Photographs of the 5th Volunteer Battalion, 1887 - 1908 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/286-287)

Photograph of the 5th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, outside a barracks, probably at Gateshead on the battalion's return from South Africa, 1902
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Group photograph of 'E' Company, 5th Volunteer Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 1907
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Photographs of the 9th Battalion, First World War, 1914 - 1918 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/288-298)

Photograph of soldiers of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 'waiting teeth inspection for the front', 1915
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Photograph of the football team of No. 5 Platoon, 3/9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Rothbury, Northumberland, n.d. [ c. 1915]
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Photograph of the band of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Sergeant Joseph Heron, clarinet player, France, 1916
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Group photograph of the band of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, including Sergeant Joseph Heron, France, 1916
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Group photograph of officers of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at St. Amand, France, June 1917 Back row: Ridley Third row: Muir Mackenzie; Herring; Palmer; Bridge; Jameson; Wallace; Box; Marshall, M.M.; Luke Second row: (Doc); Mauchlin; Innes; Marshall C.A.; Bowdary; Lieutenant-Colonel Bradford, V.C., M.C.; Gatherall; Jolly; Robertson; Hall; Fisher Front row: Jessyman; Rowlands; Braithwaite; Gee; Plummer
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Photograph of Private W. Hauxwell, 2/9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, on the right, middleweight champion of the 63rd Division, with Lance-Corporal Wright on the left and trainers, taken by W.A. Roblich, Doncaster, Yorkshire, n.d. [ c. 1914 - 1918]
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Photograph of an unidentified officer of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, c. 1914 - 1918
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Photograph of the memorial to officers, non-commissioned officers, and men of the 6th, 8th and 9th Battalions, The Durham Light Infantry, who died at the attack on the Butte de Warlencourt, France, 5 - 6 November 1916 From the Crouch papers
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Photograph of King George V, and an officer, at the memorial cross to the officers, men, and non-commissioned officers, of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, killed at the Butte de Warlencourt, France, 5 - 6 November 1916 From the Crouch papers
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Photograph of the 2/9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at the funeral of Mrs. Harley, sister of Field Marshal Sir John French, Salonika, Greece, n.d. [1917] Bearers: Regimental Sergeant-Major Gray, Company Sergeant-Major Bell, Company Sergeant-Major McGargle, Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant Clarke, Company Sergeant-Major Jobling, Company Sergeant-Major Hands Following coffin: Prince George of Serbia, General Sir G.F. Milne, Lord Granville and Admiral Troutridge
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Photograph of soldiers of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, carrying colours into the German barracks, Cologne, Germany, n.d. [late 1918 or 1919] From the Crouch papers
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Photographs of the 9th Battalion, 1919 - 1939 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/299)

Photograph of bandsmen of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, n.d. [22 July 1936]
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Photographs of the 9th Battalion, Second World War, 1939 - 1945 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/300/1-305)

Group photograph of officers of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 15 May 1941 Back row: Second Lieutenant R.G. Girdwood; Second Lieutenant P.O. Johnson; Second Lieutenant D.E. Forster; Second Lieutenant G.H.E. Lewis; Second Lieutenant L.E.V. Rumble; Second Lieutenant A.H. Braggs; Second Lieutenant L.F. Davidson. Third row: Lieutenant G. Pettinger; Second Lieutenant T.H. Thomas; Lieutenant K.M. Wood; Second Lieutenant N.E. Ince; Lieutenant A.J. Hoskins; Second Lieutenant J.L. Kennedy; Lieutenant A.E.C. Hartnell; Lieutenant A.E. Hooper; Second Lieutenant G.H.B. Towns Second row: Captain A.R. Haythornthwaite, R.A.Chap.D; Captain C.F.R. Goulden; Lieutenant J. Robinson; Second Lieutenant G.R. Campion; Second Lieutenant T.H. Thackrah; Second Lieutenant G.B. Beattie; Second Lieutenant A.R. Pollard; Second Lieutenant M.H. Jackson; Lieutenant A.C. Young; Captain W.B. McKenna, R.A.M.C. Front row: Captain D.E. White; Lieutenant & Quartermaster A.E. Love; Captain V.H. Jackson; Major P.B. Robinson; Major J.C. Slight (second in command); Lieutenant-Colonel J.E.S. Percy (C.O.); Captain H. Scott-Batey (Adjutant); Major W. Robinson; Captain W.J.R. Scott; Captain W.J.R. Scott; Captain F. Beedom; Captain F.W. May Absent: Captain G.L. Wood, M.C.; Remained with Home Details: Captain F.W. May
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Group photograph of officers of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 15 May 1941 Back row: Second Lieutenant R.G. Girdwood; Second Lieutenant P.O. Johnson; Second Lieutenant D.E. Forster; Second Lieutenant G.H.E. Lewis; Second Lieutenant L.E.V. Rumble; Second Lieutenant A.H. Braggs; Second Lieutenant L.F. Davidson. Third row: Lieutenant G. Pettinger; Second Lieutenant T.H. Thomas; Lieutenant K.M. Wood; Second Lieutenant N.E. Ince; Lieutenant A.J. Hoskins; Second Lieutenant J.L. Kennedy; Lieutenant A.E.C. Hartnell; Lieutenant A.E. Hooper; Second Lieutenant G.H.B. Towns Second row: Captain A.R. Haythornthwaite, R.A.Chap.D; Captain C.F.R. Goulden; Lieutenant J. Robinson; Second Lieutenant G.R. Campion; Second Lieutenant T.H. Thackrah; Second Lieutenant G.B. Beattie; Second Lieutenant A.R. Pollard; Second Lieutenant M.H. Jackson; Lieutenant A.C. Young; Captain W.B. McKenna, R.A.M.C. Front row: Captain D.E. White; Lieutenant & Quartermaster A.E. Love; Captain V.H. Jackson; Major P.B. Robinson; Major J.C. Slight (second in command); Lieutenant-Colonel J.E.S. Percy (C.O.); Captain H. Scott-Batey (Adjutant); Major W. Robinson; Captain W.J.R. Scott; Captain W.J.R. Scott; Captain F. Beedom; Captain F.W. May Absent: Captain G.L. Wood, M.C.; Remained with Home Details: Captain F.W. May
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Photograph of a group of soldiers of No.16 Platoon, 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, at Tiverton, Devon, before embarkation for the Middle East, May 1941
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Photograph of four soldiers of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, December 1944 Back row: Self [Sydney Webster], Private Holmes Front row: Corporal (later Sergeant) Adams, unidentified corporal
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Group photograph of officers of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Berlin, Germany, 1945
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Group photograph of warrant officers and sergeants of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Berlin, Germany, 1945
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Photograph of soldiers of the 9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, Hittfeld, Germany, 1945 Private McLaughlin; Sergeant Avery; Regimental Sergeant-Major Holcroft; Ron Mallabar; Captain Bell
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Photographs of the 17th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment, 1948 - 1967 (Ref: D/DLI 2/9/306-307)

Photograph half-portrait of an unidentified officer of the 17th (9th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry,) Battalion, The Parachute Regiment, n.d. [1950s]
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Photograph of Corporal Chisholm, 'A' Company, 17th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment, keeping guard while a radio operator gives first aid to an injured rioter, n.d. [late 20th c.]
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