Service Start year : - Service End Year: -? He was discharged 29th March ]. Lx Bde. Regiment : - Royal Regiment of Guards Rank: -? Regiment : - 71st Regiment of Foot. Comments: - [Note:- May be the same as 53 and 55].
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Comments: - [Note:- May be the same as 53 and 54]. Rank: - Serjeant Comments: - Regtl number - not identified. G Rank: - Private Comments: - Regtl number - not identified.
Regiment : - Rifle Brigade Rank: -? Regiment : - 72nd Regiment of Foot Rank: -?
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Regiment : - Lancers of the Linc Rank: -? Also in Durngate Street was the Independant Church for which we only have access to baptism records up to so he may have been baptised there. Rank: - Sergeant Comments: - Regtl number 78 - not identified. Fordington] Dorset? Still not identied.
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Regiment : - Army Service Corps Rank: -? Rank: - Private Comments: - Regtl number - Not identified. Regiment : - R. Surry Regiment Rank: -? Ws not identified. He was privately baptised at their home on on 16th Jan and admitted into the church of St Mary's at Stratton on 6th March His father died in and he moved with his widowed mother and siblings to live at Hurst Farm in Moreton Dorset where in he and his eldest sister Ada were helping their mother look after the dairy herd there.
John enlisted into the Dorsetshire Regiment of the Army and by , although still single, was already serving as a corporal in the Regiment which was stationed at the Citadel in Plymouth Devon. He married in the district of Plymouth during the first quarter of to Bessie ROWE and they had the children listed below. The Regiment was posted to Malta where their daughter May was born before returning to Dorchester Barracks by March John was discharged from the Army on 23rd December John died at the age of 66 at Plymouth on 7th Jan In Census age 39 living in Winterborne St Martin with wife and 4 children ].
Rank: - Sergeant Comments: - Not identified. Service End Year: -? Regiment : - Royal Artillery or 20th Hussars? Rank: - Driver Comments: - Regtl number - 2nd record states service start year aged 19 not identified. His father was a soldier and they were resident in Fordington Barrcks.
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Rank: - Drummer Comments: - Regtl number not identified. Rank: - Private Comments: - Regtl number not identified. Follow link for information about his early life with his family. By he is still a private, but now more correctly recorded as being aged 40 and he has moved to the Barracks at Taunton in Somerset - although the enumerator records this as the 13th Regt of Somerset Light Infantry?. By the time of the Census Edward is recorded as an Army Pensioner still resident at Taunton but no longer at the barracks but living at Court No11 in the High street where he is supplementing his pension by working as a mason's labourer.
Comments: - Not identified. Regiment : - Coldstream Guards Rank: -? Regiment : - 4 Companies of Royal Town Invalids?. Rank: - Private Comments: - Discharge Date 3rd June [Note Invalid companies were formed in the Royal Artillery to accommodate older and invalid soldiers who were utilised on garrison duties]. Regiment : - South Staffordshire Regiment Rank: -? Regiment : - East Yorkshire Regiment Rank: -?
Regiment : - Cameron Highlanders Rank: -? Rank: - Private Comments: - Regtl Number Regiment : - 45th Brigade Rank: -? Examined for Pension 9th April aged 31 years described at 5feet 7 inches tall brown hair grey eyes fair complexion. He was twice refused an in Pension on 22nd Sep and 24th Sep then admitted 1st Oct Papers state "Died 20th Nov ". Regiment : - 24th Regiment of Foot. Rank: - Private Comments: - not identified. His name appears on the Militia Listing for Dorchester dated 13 May aged 19 years, when he was described as a journeyman, single, and his height was given as 5 feet 6 inches tall ].
Rank: - Sargeant Comments: - [Note:- See 2 records below for more info]. Regiment : - Third Garrison Battalion. Read on to find out. A Chelsea Pensioner is someone who used to serve in the British Army. These people are known as 'veterans'.
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They are usually over the age of 65 and retired - and they have chosen to live in a place called the Royal Hospital in an area called Chelsea in London. Here, the veterans are given meals, take part in activities like gardening and bowls, and go out on parades.
They are also encouraged to wear a uniform - a blue one for everyday use and a famous scarlet coat for special days. In order to live here, they must apply for a place and give up their army pension. But many are happy to do this because they are looked after by the hospital and are allowed to live with many former members of the army.
The Royal Hospital in Chelsea is years old.
King Charles II ordered that a building should be created where those 'broken by age or war' could live together and be looked after by the state. It was founded in and opened in for the first intake of Chelsea Pensioners, and it stands to this day as a home for the UK's veterans. Only people are allowed to live in the hospital, which means there is lots of competition to live there.
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It also has several pieces of Battle of Waterloo art, including a painting of the battle by 19th century artist George Jones. The Chelsea Pensioners will be attending several commemorative events to mark the th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo this week, including a Service of Commemoration at St.
Click for more photos from the Chelsea Pensioners. Although Chelsea Pensioners Rick Graham and Ernie Boyden are separated by a generation, they bond over the hobby they share.
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