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The Regiment In Lancaster 1903-1920

See also:

bulletVisit of Lord Roberts to Lancaster, 29th July 1904
bulletTrooping the Colour, Lancaster, 23rd February 1906


Depot of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, Church Parade, circa 1904.
Accession Number: KO0390/12


Group of four sergeants and one drummer at Bowerham Barracks, Lancaster in 1911.  They include Sergeant Wilkins, Colour Sergeant Jones, Drummer Hardwick, Colour Sergeant Biggs, and Colour Sergeant ? ‘Boys Together’ who appear to have been serving since 1891.  They are all wearing South African Medals and some have the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal as well.
Accession Number: KO2490/564

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