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Barnard Castle, Castle, Durham Militia, officers
1st South Durham Fusiliers Militia was based at Barnard Castle 1868 - 1881. Officers group in full dress with fur caps in grounds of Castle, c.1869-70. back (left to right): Lieutenant Charles John Ayton, Lieutenant Robert Colling, Lieutenant Robert Hugginson. 3rd row: Lieutenant Edward Gerard, Lieutenant Alfred Clay, Captain George Sowerby, Captain Richard Llwellyn. 2nd row: Lieutenant Frederick Ayton, Captain Charles James Briggs, Captain Thomas Charles Sowerby, Lieutenant Henry Milvain, Captain William Dale Trotter, Assistant Surgeon James Munroe, Quartermaster John Boulby, Archibald Hamilton Cockrane, Captain Thomas Paulinus Lawson, Surgeon John Potts, Lieutenant Robert Taylor Richardson. front row: Captain & Adjutant Edward Frederick Agnew, Colonel William Maude, Major Charles F Surtees, Major John Frederick Gales.
Agnew, Edward Frederick
Briggs, Charles James
Cockrane, Archibald Hamilton
Gales, John Frederick
Lawson, Thomas Paulinus
Richardson, Robert Taylor
Sowerby, Thomas Charles
Surtees, Charles F
Trotter, William Dale
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