Other Ranks Photos (A - M)
The photograph below is of 48089 Pte Alfred Ernest Burgess with his wife and daughter and is produced here by kind permission of his Granddaughter Olwyn Phillips.
The following three photographs are by kind permission of Helen Cleaves - Granddaughter of 48542 Pte James Cleaves.
48542 Pte James Cleaves - Photograph taken in Wales in 1915 - note the square St John Ambulance Association belt buckle being worn rather than the round R.A.M.C. belt buckle.
48542 Pte James Cleaves - taken in North Wales mid 1915.
48110 Pte William G Duggan - note the crest of the St John Ambulance Association worn on the left forearm.
The following three photographs have been provided with generous permission by Mrs Marjorie Davies, daughter of 48098 Pte William E Coleman M.M.
48098 Pte William E Coleman M.M. pictured during his convalescence after being gassed in 1918.
Mrs Marjorie Davies proudly showing her Father's medals and photograph.
Mrs Marjorie Davies proudly showing her Father's medals and photograph. I hope that we are all able to remember the men and women who served in the Great War with the same degree of pride that Mrs Davies rightly has for her Father.
48135 Sgt Clifford William Jarman was one of the three Sgt dispensers of the Unit. He was later commissioned into the Army Cyclist Corps ending the war as a Lieutenant.
The two photographs below of 48160 L/Cpl William H F Maunder are by kind permission of his son Ray Maunder.
48160 L/Cpl William H F Maunder on the Unit's Triumph motorcycle.
48160 L/Cpl William H F Maunder with his wife to be, Winifred Davies in 1915.