Cap Badge worn by Sergeant John Lacy Rowlandson, number 3708694, King’s
Own Royal Regiment.
Accession Number: KO2951/007
Fibre identity disk (circular red) to J Rowlandson, number 3708694,
King’s Own Royal Regiment
Accession Number: KO2951/008
Fibre identity disk (oblong) to J Rowlandson, number 3708694, King’s Own
Accession Number: KO2951/009
First Field Dressing in original cellophane wrapping (partly damaged).
Made by T J Smith & Nephew Ltd, Hull, Mar 1941.
Accession Number: KO2951/010
Tin for spectacles, tinted, Number 2 or 3. Made by M W & Co. Ltd
Accession Number: KO2951/011
Tinted spectacles (sun glasses) worn by J L Rowlandson
Accession Number: KO2951/012
Bed plate/kit box plate named to L Rowlandson number 3708694
Accession Number: KO2951/013
Tin: (empty) Sterlizing outfit for use with water bottles
Accession Number: KO2951/014
Collar dog, right facing, damaged no lugs on rear.
Accession Number: KO2951/015
Shoulder title, ‘King’s Own’ damaged no lugs on rear.
Accession Number: KO2951/016
Royal Tank Regiment Cap Badge
Accession Number: KO2951/017
Told in the Huts, The YMCA Gift Book. First World War publication,
dedicated to Lacy Rowlandson by Mr Edgar (Sergeant Edgar, number 05426,
10th Hampshire Regiment, Demob Camp Staff, Chanak, Turkey) on his return
from the front. 1919. Sergeant William R Edgar had also served with the
Wiltshire Regiment as number 33383.
Accession Number: KO2951/018
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