1 edition of Royal Sussex Regiment handbook, 1701-1959. found in the catalog.
Royal Sussex Regiment handbook, 1701-1959.
Historical reenactment and living history for the American Revolution during King George III's reign and the British Empire of Queen Victoria. We strive to educate the public through displays, interactive talks, and battle demonstrations. We are based in the New York Tri-State area and represent the 35th Royal Sussex Regiment's history from The Royal Sussex Regiment Victoria Crosses Major General John McNeill, V.C. th Regiment of Foot, later 2nd Battalion, The Royal Sussex Regiment Lie utenantC olonel Jo hn Carstairs Mc Ne ill, V.C. "John Carstairs McNeill, LieutenantColonel, th Regiment.
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The Royal Sussex Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army that was in existence from to The regiment was formed in as part of the Childers Reforms by the amalgamation of the 35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot and the th Regiment of Foot (Bengal Light Infantry).The regiment saw service in the Second Boer War, and both World War I and World War : British Army.
Royal Sussex Regiment, World War 1 - Palestine George Frederick William Tuttlebee served with the 1/4th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, in southern Palestine in Sent out as a replacement from the UK, the diary starts as Tuttlebee leaves Newhaven in May His diary then follows his travels to find his Bn.
in the Gaza-Bathsheba. Sussex’s county regiment was established in by amalgamating the 35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment and the th Regiment of Foot (Bengal Light Infantry).
The 35th was the senior of the two and had been linked with Sussex since It became the. SECTION 26 BIBLIOGRAPHY A selection of books about the Royal Sussex Regiment, showing their Front-Covers, and their ISBN` s The "Orange Lily" website archive holds all but three of these books, for reference.
My archive for this website holds also, large data-bases for 1st Royal Sussex Regt. & 3rd Bn. Queen`s Regt. (I may be able to answer a possible question that you may have!).
BOOKS AVAILABLE. The Sussex Yeomanry And 16Th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment Pte Cecil Bernard Baker Royal Sussex Regiment Soldiers Royal Sussex Regiment A Soldier In The Royal Sussex Regiment A Soldier In The Royal Sussex Regiment ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT: Battalion Unknown Allaway A R H Pte G/ Short Record Of Service.
The Orange Lilies – 35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot later 1st Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment; The Oxford Blues – Household Cavalry – (raised by Aubrey de Vere, 20th Earl of Oxford and uniformed in dark blue, the colour later adopted by Oxford University) P.
Paget's Irregular Horse – 4th Hussars. Pte. William David Diver Jacobs 7th Btn. Royal Sussex Regiment. My father William Jacobs was born in and joined the Royal Sussex Regiment when he was He fought in the Somme and possibly Ypres.
There is a newspaper cutting headed Sussex and the War announcing the arrival of the Cadre of 2nd Sussex at Chichester from Dover.
There is a book written by Colonel E. Fazan - that may also be of help. (if you haven't read it already!!) Cinque Port Battalions, the Story of the 5th (Cinque Ports) Battalion the Royal Sussex Regiment, (T.A.) formerly 1st Cinque Port Rifle Volunteer Corps, its Antecedents, Traditions and Uniforms.
The Royal Sussex Regiment. Raised in Belfast, in Juneas the Earl of Donegall’s Regiment, the Regiment was the 35 th Regiment of foot.
In Major-General Charles Lennox, later to become the 4 th Duke of Richmond, became Colonel, and in the following year he requested the title be changed from “The Dorsetshire” to ”The Sussex”. In King William the Fourth added the.
“The Day Sussex Died A History of Lowther’s Lambs to the Boar’s Head Massacre.” By John A. Baines. As the title implies, this is a history of Lowther’s Lambs, the 1 st, 2 nd and 3 rd Southdown Battalions, or officially the 11 th, 12 th, & 13 th Battalions, The Royal Sussex Regiment, from their formation, starting in Septemberthrough training, arrival in France in March Of particular importance in this respect are A History of the Royal Sussex Regiment, by G.
Martineau (The Royal Sussex Regimental Association, ) and The Royal Sussex Regiment. The Last Twenty Years, by Major J. Ainsworth (The Royal Sussex. The History of the Seventh (service) Battalion the Royal Sussex Regiment by Owen Rutter.
At the back of the book is a Roll of Honour including your great uncle and also a William Richard Sayers died from Southwater Horsham and Harold Theodore Sayers died from Worthing relations maybe.
Notes on the 5th (Cinque Ports) Battalion, the Royal Sussex Regiment and on its service during 2nd WW until Evac from Dunkirk Unit started training Sep through until Oct OctBn moved to Dorest (HQ where at Cattistock, and Rifle Coys where at Toller, Melbury & Evershot).
Sources relating to Lewes, and the Royal Sussex Regiment This page has been put together in collaboration with the Reeves Archive Project The First World War East Sussex Browse for and add stories, anecdotes and current events commemorating East Sussex’s role in the First World War.
Site created by the East Sussex County Council. Go in and enjoy exploring them all. The aim of my site is to provide a useful meeting place that is both informative and amusing for people with an interest in The 1st Bn.
Royal Sussex Regiment/The 3rd Bn. The Queens Regiment. We are not competing with any Regimental Associations or other organizations. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has recorded WW1 deaths for the 13th (Service) Battalion, (2nd South Down), Royal Sussex Regiment.
The pals battalions of the Royal Sussex Regiment suffered terrible casualties on 30 JuneIn a diversionary attack which failed in it's purpose, 24 hours before the much better known “First Day on the Somme”. Someone sent me pictures of a memorial of 2/6 Royal Sussex in Lahore; Pakistan commemorating their service in India About 60 officers & men of the battalion died during service in India from skirmishes with tribesmen and disease.
Memorial lists some names. I’m planning to write a brief piece about 2/6 Royal Sussex. There are o Royal Sussex Regiment pension and service records (for this regiment - and its antecedents) in various War Office series held at the National Archives.
Clicking on the link will take you to the results on Findmypast but you will need a subscription or Pay-Per-View credits to actually view the records. Some of these records can also be viewed on-line on Ancestry although.
My father was born in the Curragh in his father my grandfather was there in the 2nd royal Sussex B E F but I cant find out anything about Him or where the regiment went any IdeasPM #2.
Books A history of the Royal Sussex Regiment a history of the old Belfast Regiment and the Regiment of Sussex, description Object description. Bibl.:p A short history of the Royal Sussex Regiment (35th Footth Foot), with brief particulars of the part taken in.
An Historical Memoir of the 35th Royal Sussex Regiment of Foot by Richard Trimen Word War 1 actions "Punishing the Bunerwals" , page Under ten viceroys the reminiscences of a Gurkha by Major-General Nigel Woodyatt Includes the actions at Rustam, and rather briefly Shabdakr in This book is a fantastic resource for those who want to learn about the 35th Regiment of Foot, the Royal Sussex.
Captain Trimen covers the history from its formation in until when he was writing it. An enormous amount of information is put into this well-done little book and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in the story of a Reviews: 1.L Gander Royal Sussex Regiment.
L Gander served with the Royal Sussex Regiment British Army. I have his dogtags and would love to get them home to his family. I am happy to cover all costs, if you are a family member of can put me in touch with them, please get in touch.