5th Battalion, King's Own, Annual Camp, 1911
Tented accommodation at Holmescales Camp, near Kendal, 1911.
Accession Number: KO0104/15
Route march of the 5th Battalion, King's Own, Holmescales Camp,
Lord Richard Cavendish, Commanding Officer of the battalion,
the grey horse.
Accession Number: KO0715/06
Group of King’s Own Territorial soldiers at Holmescales, 1911.
Postcard addressed to Mr Mashiter, Low Mill, Caton, near Lancaster, from
Private J W Mashiter. Postmarked 10 Aug 1911, Kendal.
The message reads: "We had this taken on Monday, I am
getting on alright."
Photograph number 38 by Jordison, Kirkby Stephen. Group with ‘Caton’
chalked on small board.
Accession Number: KO1716/05
'Scouts' of the 5th Battalion at Holmescales Camp, near Kendal, 1911.
Accession Number: KO0715/08
'C' Company and Regimental Staff of the 5th Battalion at Holmescales
Camp, near Kendal, 1911.
Accession Number: KO0715/07
Quartermaster's Department staff of the 5th Battalion at
Left to right: Quartermaster Sergeant J Woodcock,
Quartermaster Albert Hodgkinson and
Sergeant Instructor Barton.
Accession Number: KO0104/26
Group of soldiers of a Territorial Force (possibly 5th) Battalion of the
King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, meal time at Holmescales Camp, Near
Kendal, 1911. The post card is addressed to Mrs Morris, 277 Fylde
Street, Preston, Lancashire, from Jack. Postmarked, Kendal 5th
Accession Number: KO3111/71
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