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Old 25-05-18, 07:46 PM
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Default Annual Inspection, 6th Regiment D.C.O.R.,May 16, 1914

Citty of Vancouver Archives,AM54-S4-: Mil P199

Group portrait of officers of the Duke of Connaught's Own Rifles, showing left to right (front row): Lieutenant Cecil Tweedale, Lieutenant S.D. Gardner, Lieutenant Colonel A.D. McRae, Lieutenant Colonel H.D. Hulme, Colonel Roy, Brigadier General J.D. Stuart, Major Hart-McHarg, Captain Tooley; (middle row): Lieutenant W.J. Hunter, Captain Charles Milne, Lieutenant King, Captain J.S. Matthews, Captain W.J. McManus, Captain P.M. Ferris, Lieutenant W.G. Morrison; (back row): Captain Milner, Lieutenant J.W. Warden, Lieutenant Spencer, Captain A. Boult, Captain John McMillan, Lieutenant J.D. Inkster, Captain Alex Graham and Lieutenant G.W. Melhuish.

Notice the cap badge of the officer in the last row extreme left.....


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Group portrait of officers of the Duke of Connaught's Own Rifles, showing left to right (back row): Captain Milner...

Notice the cap badge of the officer in the last row extreme left...
Captain C.W. Milner, 7th Battalion (The Robin Hoods), The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment), Territorial Force. The 7th Battalion was originally a Rifle Volunteer Corps, hence the adoption of Rifle uniforms. It was informally known as the Robin Hood Rifles.

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Thank you very much for the information,it's appreciated. How did you know.....
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