First World War
7th (Service) Battalion, King's Own Royal Lancaster
Unknown group of the 7th Battalion, taken at Lucknow
Barracks, Tidworth, in June 1915.
Accession Number KO1780/04
Platoon group of the 7th Battalion, taken at Lucknow
Barracks, Tidworth, in June 1915. Private James Miller, who was
later awarded a Victoria Cross, appears fifth from the left on the back
Accession Number KO1851/01
Officers of B Company, 7th Battalion, October 1916.
Accession Number KO0883/256
Officers of the 7th Battalion, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.
Accession Number: KO2590/333
The 7th Battalion in 1917.
Accession Number KO1586/01
Bayonet Drill, officers of the 7th King's Own including
2nd Lieutenant Threadgold.
Accession Number: KO1356/05
The 7th Battalion in France and Flanders, 1917, parading
past soldiers of another regiment. 1917.
Accession Number KO1586/02
Photographs from an Album put together by Charles Leslie
Roberts who was commissioned into the 7th Battalion King's Own in
September 1914. He was transferred to the Machine Gun Corps in
Alfresco lunch on the range, Perham Downs, 24th January
Accession Number KO1769/01-05
Number 2 Company - Company Sergeant Major Wilkins 'Down
to it' Perham Downs, 27th January 1915.
Accession Number KO1769/01-08
Bridge Building, Clevedon, circa February 1915. No
5 Platoon's Bridge.
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Holds 60 men.
Accession Number KO1769/01-20
The Adjutant, Captain R M Phelipps.
Accession Number KO1769/01-24
Officer Commanding No. 1 Company, Captain G N Openshaw
at Clevedon circa February 1915. Sergeants Warner and Shearson to
the right of the picture.
Accession Number KO1769/01-25
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