The National Archives
Search our website
  • Search our website
  • Search our records
   
 
Three women linking arms. Cat ref: Coal 80/673/013 Accessions to repositories
 
 
 
 
Choose a topicChoose a repository
 

National Army Museum: 1994 Accessions

National Army Museum

  • Middlesex Regiment and its predecessors: private papers, accumulated by 424 members, 18th-20th cent (9403-1 to -83; - 100 to -160; -304 to -342. 9404-11 to -49; -382 to -498, 9405-114 to -197)
  • Cox Heath Camp, Kent: order book, 1779 (9405-331)
  • Hood Family, Viscounts Hood: military papers of various family members, 1807-1904 (9406-1)
  • Sir George Bell, 1794-1877, Major-General, and others: letters, incl some rel to the Peninsular War and the Crimean War, c1811-1858 (9401-215; not available for research)
  • Sir Stapleton Cotton, 1773-1865, 1st Viscount Combermere, Field Marshal: additional papers, 1816-57 (9406-185)
  • Charles Edward Bates, 1830-1902, General: Indian Army: papers, 1819-76 (9409-10)
  • DArcy DuCane, Major, 19th Light Dragoons: diary of journey through Turkey and Greece, 1826 (9402-165)
  • Unknown Soldier of the 17th Regiment: memoirs, mostly concerned with the Indian Mutiny, 1839-58 (9405-383)
  • Brackley Kennett, 1778-1857, General, Indian Army: corresp 1845-57 (9411-156)
  • 46th Regiment: medical reports on the regiment, 1848-58 (9409-34)
  • John Archibald Ballard (1829-80),General, Bengal Engineers: letters and diaries, 1845-80 (9405-400)
  • Soldier, possibly named Connelly, 2nd Batalion Rifle Brigade: diary of Indian Mutiny, 1857-60 (9402-175)
  • Sir Stanley de Burgh Edwardes, 1840-1918, General ,Indian Army: military and family papers (9405-138)
  • Edward Douglas Loch (1873-1942), 2nd Baron, Major-General, Grenadier Guards: additional.papers, 1893-1927 (9412-249)
  • David Stephen Robertson, b1874, Captain, Royal Scots Fusiliers: papers rel to attachment to the Japanese Army in Manchuria, 1905-6 (9405-10)
  • Alan John Bowles, b1896, Captain, Royal Berkshire Regiment: letters and papers, Western Front, 1914-16 (9404-106)
  • Reginald Arthur Helps, b1885, Captain, Royal Berkshire Regiment, Machine Gun Corps and Sudan Defence Force: papers, 1914-23 (9405-4)
  • Felix Tolcher Birdwood, 1897-1987, Colonel, Indian Army: additional First World War papers, particularly rel to Mesopotamia, 1915-19 (9405-48)
  • Womens Royal Army Corps and its predecessors: papers of Dame Helen Gwynne-Vaughan, Colonel Julia Margaret Cowper, Brigadier Dame Frances Coulshed and Brigadier Dame Mary Colvin, 1917-88 (9401-240, -243, -247 and -253)
  • 4th Battalion The Queens Regiment and its successor units: letters and papers, 1932-59 (9405-3)
  • Leslie Skipp Lloyd, b1891, Brigadier: papers as GS02 Staff College and rel to 2nd Armoured Division, Western Desert, 1933-1941 (9405-19)
  • O Wright Holmes, Royal Army Ordnance Corps: corresp and papers, 1939-46 (9405-25)
  • 2/15th Punjab Regiment: papers rel to regimental history, probably collected by Lieutenant-Colonel F G Milligan, 1939- 45 (9405-43)
  • Sir David Towry Piper, 1918-1990, Lieutenant, 9th Jat Regiment: papers, 1940-45 (9406-110; 9411-124)
  • Charles Harold McVitie, 1908-1988, Major-General, Royal Army Ordnance Corps: papers rel to the fall of Singapore and his time as a prisoner of war, 1942-45 (9409-32)
  • Philip White Parker, 1900-1988, Lieutenant-Colonel, Indian Army: papers rel to his time as a prisoner of war of the Japanese, 1942-45 (9410-43)
 
 
The National Archives Newsletter Icon

Send me The National Archives’ newsletter

A monthly round-up of news, blogs, offers and events.