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Military

Church Lads Brigade -Slaugham Company A company of Church Lads Brigade was formed around 1911 by the then rector of Slaugham, Lt. Col. Rev...
Church Lads Brigade - Slaugham Company Here is another photograph of the Church Lads Brigade taken, I assume, in the garden of The Rectory....
Pease Pottage Home Guard This picture, taken in December 1944, shows the 14th Platoon of the Pease Pottage Home Guard, Sussex...
Warninglid Home Guard 1940-45 The Warninglid Home Guard, under the command of Lt. Walter Munn, assemble for a photograph outside t...
Warninglid Home Guard I believe this to be the Warninglid Home Guard photographed after WWII outside the Seaforth Hall in ...
Slaugham Church Lads' Brigade This photograph is of the Slaugham Company of the Church Lads' Brigade which was affiliated to the K...
Handcross Volunteers (Home Guard) 1914 On his appointment as Secretary of State for War shortly after the declaration of the war, Field-Mar...
Handcross Home Guard A large contingent of Handcross Home Guard have mustered outside the Parish Hall for an official pho...
Church Lads Brigade - Slaugham Company In about 1906 a company of the Church Lads Brigade was formed in the Slaugham Parish with its HQ in ...
Church Lads Brigade - Slaugham Company This is another photograph of the Church Lads Brigade under the command of Rev. H. R. White. I pres...
Postcard sent during the Great War This card was posted to my great-uncle Alfred “Froggy” Gates of Tilgate Forest Row while he was ...
Slaugham warriors welcomed home Some thirty young men and women from Slaugham served during the Second World War, but four did not r...

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