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Army chaplain, Rugeley Camp, Cannock Chase

Rev. John Reay, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. He conducted ANZAC services at the Army Training Camps on Cannock Chase and was Vicar of Hednesford in 1919 having previously been Curate at St Barnabas ...

Army Manoeuvres, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire

Ten men eating and drinking outside a tent during Army cavalry manoeuvres at Pond Farm, near Easterton on Salisbury Plain. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Army Manoeuvres, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire

A hawker's tent selling fruit, vegetables and chocolate pictured during Army cavalry manoeuvres at Pond Farm, near Easterton on Salisbury Plain. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Army Officer and WAACs at Brocton Military Camp,

Army officer and four members of the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps. The cat sitting on the lap of one of the WAACs could possibly be Snooks, the cookhouse cat, and the photograph has been signed by Gladys ...

Army parade at the Drill Hall, Rugeley

Rugeley's Drill Hall was opened by Major-General C.C. Van Staubanzee, in 1926. Located in Anson Street, near the Police Station, on the site of the previous Territorial's hut, it still stands today (in ...

Army Recruits at Colwich Station,

Army recruits at Colwich Railway Station awaiting departure. They are accompanied by a local councillor and a police constable. The alternate image is a digitally colourised version of the image.

Army Service Corps card, Brocton Camp, Cannock Chase

A souvenir postcard specific to the Army Service Corps, published by J. Salmon Ltd. The message on the reverse, from Leslie Walker to his parents in New Lenton, Nottingham, reads: "The train got back ...

Army Service Corps Field Bakery, Brocton Camp, Cannock Chase

The Sergeant looks rather strict as he supervises the Army Service Corps Field Bakery Ovens which are on the left of the photograph; the individual chimneys of the ovens are out of shot. All the bread ...

Army Service Corps Field Bakery, Brocton Camp, Cannock Chase

The Army Service Corps were instrumental in keeping the Army supplied with all its needs during the War. Here troops are being trained to bake bread in the "field" either using the Stick Oven (the brick ...

Army Service Corps menu card, Brocton Camp, Cannock Chase

A farewell dinner menu card. The 240th Company of the Royal Army Service Corps was formed in February 1915. They served as 39 Reserve Park and remained at home (on Cannock Chase), although it had originally ...

Army Service Corps, Rugeley Camp, Cannock Chase

The cap badges seem to indicate that these troops beloned to the Army Service Corps which were based in the area of Rugeley Camp currently called the "Tackeroo" Camp site.

Army volunteer recruits, Stafford

A group of volunteer recruits pictured in Stafford in about 1914.

Army volunteer recruits, Stafford

Army volunteer recruits pictured outside the London and North Western Railway Parcels Receiving Office in Stafford in about 1914.

Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1769-1852), soldier and politician. He is most famous for his role as a military leader during the Napoleonic Wars, and particularly for commanding the army ...

At Our Camp verse, Rugeley Camp, Cannock Chase

The wording on this novelty card is not particular to the Cannock Chase Camps but could be used at any other, however, the sender of this card was stationed at Rugeley in No. 16 Hut on Battalion Line ...

Autumn Manoeuvres on Cannock Chase

Military manoeuvres at Etching Hill on Cannock Chase, Autumn 1873. Major-General Lyson's encampment on Etchinghill, near Rugeley acted as his headquarters, with his tents pitched to face the racecourse. ...

Autumn Manoeuvres on Cannock Chase

Miss Robinson's National Temperance League refreshment tent pictured with a Gypsy caravan during military manoeuvres at Etching Hill on Cannock Chase, Autumn 1873. Major-General Lyson's encampment ...

Autumn Manoeuvres on Cannock Chase

Major-General Lyson at military manoeuvres at Etching Hill on Cannock Chase, Autumn 1873. Major-General Lyson's encampment on Etchinghill, near Rugeley acted as his headquarters, with his tents pitched ...