91 items found

Crediton Detachment, winners of the 1987 inter detachment patrol competition of A Company, Devon Army Cadet Force. 4.5.87 (1987)

The Mayor of Honiton, Terry Glanville, takes the salute as the Royal Tank Regiment marches through the town. 12.4.79 (1979)

The first girls allowed to join Honiton Army Cadets receive basic weapon training from Corporal Christopher Gunn. 24.10.89 (1989)

The Gloucesters march through Honiton ([1970?])

Devonshire and Dorset Regiment, 11th, 39th, 54th, 1685-1985: tercentenary brochure (1985)

The Location of British Army Records: A National Directory of World War 1 Sources (1987)

Norman Holding

Army records for family historians. (1992)

Simon Fowler

the official army list 1907 [the quarterly army list 1906-7] (1907)

Army [War Office]

the official army list for the quarter ending 31st December, 1906 (1907)

Army [War Office]

a list of the general and field officers as they rank in the army... (1777?)

Army [Lord Lieutenant]

rifleman form, a study of the rifle volunteer movement 1859-1908 (1982)

Ian F. W. Beckett

City of Exeter A.V.F. inspection. County Ground. March 27 1915 (1915)

Devon Imperial Yeomanry (27th company0, No. 1 sect [...] Y.C., on service in South Afr[...] (, )

J. H. Scott

Volunteer review on Little Haldon - June 12 1862: The artillery - marching past ([1919?])

William Spreat

Whitchurch Down 1906 (1906)

Bellinger, G.

Exmouth Boys. 4th Devons (c.1910)

Exmouth ..

D Company, 4th Volunteer Battalion, Devonshire Regiment (c.1908)

1st Rifle Volunteers inspection by the Princess Royal at Exmouth, 1952 (1952)

F (Exmouth) Company, 1st Rifle Volunteers assembled in the yard of the Imperial Hotel stables ([1900?])

A. G. Carlile

F (Exmouth) Company, 1st Rifle Volunteers in camp at Camelford, 1905 (c.1905)

F (Exmouth) Company, 1st Rifle Volunteers in camp at Camelford, 1905 (c.1905)

F (Exmouth) Company, 1st Rifle Volunteers in camp at Camelford, 1905 (c.1905)

F (Exmouth) Company, 1st Rifle Volunteers in camp at Camelford, 1905 (c.1905)

F (Exmouth) Company, 1st Rifle Volunteers on church parade - along the Strand at corner of Imperial Road (c.1900)

Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton Volunteers departing for South African wars, 1901 (1901)

F. T. Blackburn

Territorial depot, Imperial Road, Exmouth (c.1955)

On guard on the Beacon, Exmouth, October 1940 (1940)

Exeter & South Devon Volunteer Rifle Corps: first inspection in the Castle Yard, Exeter, October 6th, 1852 (1852)

The Roman army (1999)

Valerie A. Maxfield

Devonshire and Dorset Regiment: 11th,39th and 54th of foot, 1958-2007 (2007)

Devonshire ..

Army service records of the first world war (2001)

William Spencer

Chudleigh Sept 1893: Volunteer Camp (1893)

Modbury Castle from Black Hill: Volunteer Camp Aug. 1881 (1881)

One and all: a history of the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (2006)

Hugo White

Plasterdown Camp, neat Tavistock April 1975 (1975)

Plasterdown Camp, neat Tavistock April 1975 (1975)

Good old Somersets: the 1st Batallion Somerset Light Infantry, August-December 1914 (2004)

1st Rifle Volunteers: Extracts from the Auxiliary and Reserve Forces Circular 28 May 1872 ([1872])

George Pycroft

Staff College 1890 (1890)

Histoire de la milice francoise et des changements .. (1728)

Gabriel Daniel

U.S. army gift to Tiverton (1945)

Devon Muster Roll, time of Armada (1900)

P. F. S. Amery

Summons to arms, 1644 (1906)

The 1873 Army manoeuvres: arrival and communications (1996)

Dave Brewer

Notes on Totnes trained bands and volunteers (1900)

T. W. Windeatt

The new disease and the Parliamentary Army, 1645 (1979)

R. G. F. Stanes

Army baracks in Devon during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars (1990)

John R. Breihan

A volunteer training ground on the south coast of Devon: 'Our countrymen are men more order'd than when Julius Caesar smiled on their lack of skill' (Cumberline, act ii, scene iv) (1907)


The history of the volunteer movement in the county of Devon (1977)

Clifford, Lewis Hugh (13th Baron Clifford of Chudleigh)