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Memorials of the late Civil Service Rifle Corps.

John B. Simpson

Memorials of the late Civil Service Rifle Corps.

by John B. Simpson

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Published by Hunter, Rose in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada. -- Army. -- Civil Service Rifle Regiment, Ottawa

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    In box.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination118 p.
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21819451M

    The “Civil Service” was among the earliest of the Metropolitan Corps which formed its own private camp at the great rifle meeting, and from to the dark blue flag with its Prince of Wales’s Feathers was always to be seen flying in its own peculiar corner of the enclosure.   Z African Rifles and Cartridges by John Taylor. Description: This book contains pages of information on large bore rifles and cartridges. This book is in used condition with foxing and is a little musty. Price: $ Z Small Arms and Ammunition in the United States Service by Berkely R. Lewis.

    Civil Service Rifles War Memorial. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. Live Statistics. English Articles. Improved in 24 Hours. Added in 24 Hours. What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. Allen, John Harvey Reminiscences of Civil War service, Accession 6 leaves. Photocopies. Transcript of reminiscences, , of John Harvey Allen () recalling his Civil War service aboard the CSS Alabama from 13 November to 19 June , when it was sunk by the USS Kearsarge in the English Channel off Cherburg, France.

    Civil servants joined a wide range of different regiments but there was a specific Civil Service unit, the Prince of Wales’s Own Civil Service Rifles. In all, 8, men enlisted in the Civil Service Rifles and 1, fell in the conflict, commemorated on the war memorial in Somerset House. It was clearly an unusual unit. Memorials to the Post Office Rifles can be found at Paignton War Memorial, at St. Lawrence Parish Church, Abbots Langley, and on a plaque outside the Uckfield village church. A Book of Remembrance is placed in the church traditionally associated with the Post Office Rifles at Church of St Botolph Aldersgate, London EC1.


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The Civil Service Rifles War Memorial is a First World War memorial located on the riverside terrace at Somerset House in central London, England. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and unveiled inthe memorial commemorates the 1, members of the Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles regiment who were killed in the First World War.

They were Territorial Designed by: Sir Edwin Lutyens. Second Lieutenant, 7th Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps. Died 30 July Aged Son of William T. and Henrietta Arnell, of Whitecliff, Sandown, Isle of Wight.

No known grave. Commemorated on YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 51 and ARNOLD. P.W.O Civil Service Rifles. 16 th Feb France Clifton. William. 26 Moss St. 2 nd Bn Rifle Brigade. 23 Oct M.R Clulow.

William Edgar. Born at BG. 3 rd Bn Kings Royal Rifle Corps. 16 Nov India Cole. Frank. Native of Bethnal Green. 20 th Bn Middlesex Rgt.

28 Aug France Collier. Alfred Henry. 58 St. Wikipedia tells us this: "In the Civil Service Rifles became part of the newly formed London Regiment and was titled 15th Battalion London Regiment (Civil Service Rifles).

During the First World War it raised three battalions, with the first Battalion arriving in France in March forming part of the 4th London Brigade, part of the 2nd London Division.

The Le Touret Memorial commemora British soldiers who fell in the fighting from October until 24th Septemberwhen the Loos Memorial takes over. Geographically it covers an area enclosed in the north by the river Lys and a line drawn from Estaires to Fournes, and in the south by the former wartime boundary of the First Army.

R/ Rifleman Robert Hall, 2nd King's Royal Rifle Corps. Killed in action on 8th Aprilaged Son of Richard and the late Eliza Hall, of 32, Maskill Street, Fernhill, Bury Private Hugh Herod, 2nd/7th Royal Welsh Fusiliers.

11th Mayaged Son of James Herod, of 49, Shaw Street, Bury, and the late Hannah Herod. This site is dedicated to those men and women who fell fighting for their country. Recorded here are various war memorials within a variety of counties including main sections for Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Norfolk.

There are also other counties such as Hertfordshire, Essex, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire. Tower Hamlets Cemetery was opened in and was in use up until There is a large war memorial for the fallen of both wars.

The names of men and women are remembered on the memorial including 4 Dutch and 9 British merchant seaman who where killed during the bombing of SS Bennevis in the pool of London. The Civil Service Rifles War Memorial is a First World War memorial located on the riverside terrace at Somerset House in central London, England.

Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and unveiled inthe memorial commemorates the 1, members of the Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles regiment who were killed in the First World War. They were Territorial.

WWI War memorial All Saints Church Dorchester. The Great War Dorchester's main war memorial known, locally as the Cenotaph, was officially unveiled on 24th May in memory of those who gave their lives during the Great War of and the names of individuals from Dorchester are listed in the front four panels on the monument shown below.

In it became the 16th London Regiment (Queen’s Westminster and Civil Service Rifles). In it was transferred to the King’s Royal Rifle Corps, being renamed as The Queen’s Westminsters On 3 September -- two days after Germany had invaded Poland -- the British Empire, France, and their Allies declared war on Germany, beginning.

There on the riverside terrace is a war memorial, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and unveiled by the then Prince of Wales, the Regiment’s Honorary Colonel, in January It commemorates the 1, Lance Sergeant Alfred George Power of the 15th Battalion, the London Regiment (the Civil Service Rifles).

Son of William and Elizabeth Power of Exeter Rd, Honiton; brother of Albert (see below). Born in Honiton in Died 15 September aged   My grand uncle, James Devane, was in the Ceylon Civil Service at the outbreak of WW1. I have just discovered his medal card where he is listed as serving with, what looks like, "calle coy" Ceylon Planters Rifle Corps, attached 98th Punjabis.

His medal card clearly indicatesTofW as "France" - and then Ceylon. British Army 15th (Civil Service Rifles) Battalion London Regiment. from:Cardiff. Daniel Davies served with 15 Platoon, Civil Service Rifles, I am trying to find out the details of my Grandfather's war service as I believe he was injured and was treated.

Lloyd's Memorial Service at St Paul's Cathedral Memorial and Record European War The History of the Prince of Wales Own Civil Service Rifles The Irish Guards in the Great War Vol I The Irish Guards in the Great War Vol II The Tank Corps Book of Honour.

Name: Capt Geoffrey Atkinson GAZE London (Civil Service Rifles), 1st/15th (TF) 35 5 Oct Times Biography: "Captain Geoffrey Atkinson Gaze, London Regiment, was the elder twin son of Mr. William Gaze, of 83, Altenburg-gardens, S.W., solicitor, and the late Mrs. Gaze; the younger brother is Captain and Adjutant Arthur William Gaze, of the.

Alec Reader, a London postal clerk, was just shy of 18 in August when he joined the Civil Service Rifles, a unit made up initially of civil servants, but, as the demand for fresh manpower.The West London Rifles became the 2nd. Volunteer Battalion of The King’s Royal Rifle Corps in ; four years later they moved to Kensington changing title to the 4th Middlesex Rife Volunteer Corps.

A further six years saw its title change yet again to 4th Middlesex [West London Rifles] Volunteer Corps.