rifle brigade

  1. Samuel Henry MITCHELL

    Samuel Henry MITCHELL

  2. Cavendish, Edward

    Cavendish, Edward

    Lieutenant Colonel in the Rifle Brigade. On retirement he joined the 2nd Derbyshire Militia, late to become the Sherwood Foresters, transferred into the Kings Own Royal Lancaster Regiment in 1888. He was the son of William 7th Duke of Devonshire and Blanche Georgina. Born 28th January 1839...
  3. Cavendish,George Henry, (Lord)

    Cavendish,George Henry, (Lord)

    Served in the Rifle Brigade, 1832-1834; Captain, 2nd Derbyshire Militia, 1855; Major (Honorary Colonel), 3rd Derbyshire Rifle Volunteers, 1860-1880. Buried at St Peter's churchyard, Edensor, Derbyshire
  4. Cavendish,George Henry, (Lord)

    Cavendish,George Henry, (Lord)

    The inscription Buried at St Peter's churchyard, Edensor, Derbyshire
  5. Walter Frederick Cavendish

    Walter Frederick Cavendish

  6. Ernest DRAYCOTT

    Ernest DRAYCOTT

  7. Richard Harte Keatinge BUTLER. K.C.B., K.C.M.G.

    Richard Harte Keatinge BUTLER. K.C.B., K.C.M.G.

    Medal Card
  8. Worsley Harold

    Worsley Harold

    Rifleman S13602, A Coy, 1st Rifle Brigade Died 4th May 1917 age 21. Son of Henry and Mary of Wilmslow and brother of John James who also fell. Commemorated on his parents memorial at Wilmslow Cemetery, Cheshire and is buried at Duisans British Cemetery Etrum France


    Buried at Hereford Cemetery, Herfordshire http://www.cwgc.org/search/casualty_details.aspx?casualty=363632
  10. Robert HUMPSTON

    Robert HUMPSTON

  11. Chedworth Church

    Chedworth Church

    The War Memorial covers both World Wars and is located in the church of St Andrew, Chedworth, Gloucestershire
  12. Gibbs Bernard MEMORIAL

    Gibbs Bernard MEMORIAL

  13. LEADER Martin

    LEADER Martin

    Rifleman 909, 24th Rifle Brigade died 27th March 1917 aged 53. Son of Martin & Charlotte and husband of Julia of 30, Brunts Street, Mansfield. Native of Melton Mowbray Buried at Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire
  14. Gibbs, Bernard M.C.

    Gibbs, Bernard M.C.

    2nd Lieutenant (M C, Mentioned in Despatches) 6th attached to the 1st Rifle Brigade killed in action in the great war during the night of 6/7th July 1915 near Ypres, Flanders. Son of George R. and Elizabeth Gibbs, of "Rycott," St. Helens Park Rd., Hastings. Educated at Pencarwick...