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Barnard Castle, Castle, Durham Militia, group
1st South Durham Militia was raised at Barnard Castle in 1853. Officers group in undress with soldiers in full dress in grounds of Castle, c.1863-65. top: three unknown soldiers, Colour Sergeant Powell; 3rd row: George Sowerby, George Hawks, Sergeant Major Morris, unknown; 2nd row: John Potts, Robert Taylor Richardson, Thomas Charles Sowerby, Surgeon Edward Nixon, Quartermaster John Boulby, Edward Frederick Agnew, George Green, William Matthew Gales; front row: Charles James Briggs, Archibald Hamilton Cochrane, Colonel William Maude, Colonel Wright, John Haverfield, John Frederick Gales, William Dale Trotter, Thomas Paulinus Lawson.
Agnew, Edward Frederick
Briggs, Charles James
Cockrane, Archibald Hamilton
Gales, John Frederick
Gales, William Matthew
Lawson, Thomas Paulinus
Morris, Sergeant Majore
Powell, Colour Sergeant
Sowerby, Thomas Charles
Trotter, William Dale
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