Aberdeenshire 0002

Insurance Inventory. Photographs and Postcards (Scanned)


13 Jul 2013 288
The boy's cap band is difficult to read possibly the dreadnaught HMS Temeraire??

'Bob', Royal Artillery

"Hector, January 12th 1918", (Yorkshire Regiment)

12 Feb 2015 363
Sent to Isabel with "best love"

17442 Sgt, Harold Littlewood (1892-1916) "Pitman C…

02 Oct 2014 2 700
Harold Liittlwood was killed in Flanders on July 1st 1916 aged 24. The 1911 census describes him as a 'pony driver', presumably meaning he was one of the lads who guided the pit ponies along the shafts. This postcard appears to date from c1911 when he was 19, he was a featherweight boxer who had at least 20 professional fights between 1911 and joining up in 1914. trees.ancestry.co.uk/tree/26677730/person/12474415435 on the back of the card is written in pen He proves that since the world began Its natures cunning trick That oft times the little man Can give the biggest kick

1890s family

71st Battalion Royal Field Artillery

71st Battalion Royal Field Artillery

71st Battalion Royal Field Artillery

05 Jul 2014 307
The graffiti on the door reads something like- 'The Pet of A. Sub 15BTYR7Q SN Willdall Butty Sloppy'

71st Battalion Royal Field Artillery

71st Battalion Royal Field Artillery

71st Battalion Royal Field Artillery

71st Battalion Royal Field Artillery

71st Battalion Royal Field Artillery

71st Battalion Royal Field Artillery including tro…

71st Royal Field Artillery

71st Royal Field Artillery Group of troop blacksm…

16 Jul 2014 305
24.09.1916

94th Battery, Royal Field Artillery, Tug of War Te…


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