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Old 17-03-18, 05:56 AM
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Default North Somerset IY - 1902

Thought I'd share this super pic - the 48th Squadron of the North Somerset Imperial Yeomanry, taken on their return from active service in South Africa, in August of 1902:





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Old 17-03-18, 08:17 PM
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Outstanding JT.
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Cheers Andy. Got to be a bit of a rarity I reckon.

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G'day JT

That's a great photo, thanks for sharing.

I collect anything to Somerset as my family came from Somerset from about 1700 to 1855.

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Cheers Andy. Got to be a bit of a rarity I reckon.

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Definitely, these photos you've got are extremely interesting.
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Hi JT,

A wonderful photograph - thank you for sharing.

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That's a great photo, thanks for sharing.

I collect anything to Somerset as my family came from Somerset from about 1700 to 1855.

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Hi JT,

A wonderful photograph - thank you for sharing.

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Thanks gents. Your comments, observations and opinions are always very much appreciated.

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