First World War
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2nd Northern General Hospital (Royal Army Medical Corps) at
Leeds, in either February or March 1917. Colour Sergeant
Preston of the 1st/4th Battalion, King's Own, is seated second from the
left. Colour Sergeant Preston was discharged later in 1917, his
military service had began in around 1897 with the 1st Volunteer Battalion
of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.
Accession Number KO2690/06
Lewisham Military Hospital, London, 1918.
Accession Number: KO1519/061
Lance Corporal Wilfred Knott in the centre of
this charabanc outing of soldiers in hospital blues. Somewhere
near Knutsford, Cheshire. The photograph was by F Danby of Church
Accession Number: KO2932/02
World War One Convalescent hospital in St. George's Day School, Heavily,
Stockport, Cheshire. Lance Corporal Wilfred
Knott is sitting tot he right of the nurse in the centre. The
school/hospital happened to be adjacent to Wilfred Knott's home in
Accession Number: KO2932/03
Group of wounded soldiers which includes at least one of the King's Own
Royal Lancaster Regiment.
Accession Number: KO2590/14
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