By Keyword |
By Person |
By Place |
Barnard Castle, Castle, Durham Militia, officers
1st South Durham Militia was based at Barnard Castle 1855 - 1881. Group of officers in undress uniforms in grounds of Castle (Castle Garth), c.1868. back row (left to right): Lieutenant R Richardson, Sergeant Major King, Captain G Sowerby, Lieutenant Lawson; third row: Lieutenant Colling, Captain Trotter, Lieutenant Milvain, Lieutenant Clay, Quartermaster Boulby, Captain Llewellyn, Dr Munro; second row: Dr Potts, Captain Gales, Captain T Sowerby. front row (siiting): Captain & Adjutant Agnew, Captain Briggs, Lieutenant Hugginson, Major Haverfield, Major Cochrane, Colonel Maude.
Agnew, Edward Frederick
Briggs, Charles James
Gales, William Matthew
Lawson, Thomas Paulinus
Richardson, Robert Taylor
Sowerby, Thomas Charles
You can see a history of Barnard Castle
at the Keys to the Past website.
The Keys to the Past (www.keystothepast.info
) website provides access to a complete record of archaeological and historical sites in County Durham and Northumberland.
The map below shows the location; in some cases this may be approximate. You can use the dropdown list to view historical maps if the scale is 10000 or lower.
Copyright: By viewing a digital image from this collection, you are agreeing to comply with copyright licensing regulations.
These state that your use of the image is for personal use only, and that you will not copy, publish or distribute the image in any way.
Please note, we have made every effort to ensure that copyright is not breached.