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Group photograph postcard of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, the whole company is sitting on wooden steps in front of a large building, one door in which appears to have 'Telegraph' written on it.


I think that Charles Verity is the chap smiling on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row diagonally behind him second from the right, in the third row up from the front?  or is George the second from left near the stairs in the second row up from the front?


They are all wearing the cap badge for the East Yorkshire Regiment and have their capes worn diagonally across their chests.  


The front row mostly contains the NCOs, with a mixture of very young and old in the rows behind them, 64 soldiers in total which may be a company.


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Group photograph postcard of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, the whole company is sitting on wooden steps in front of a large building, one door in which appears to have 'Telegraph' written on it.


I think that Charles Verity is the chap smiling on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row diagonally behind him second from the right, in the third row up from the front?  or is George the second from left near the stairs in the second row up from the front?


They are all wearing the cap badge for the East Yorkshire Regiment and have their capes worn diagonally across their chests.  


The front row mostly contains the NCOs, with a mixture of very young and old in the rows behind them, 64 soldiers in total which may be a company.



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  • February 11, 2018 11:38:33 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph postcard of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, the whole company is sitting on wooden steps in front of a large building, one door in which appears to have 'Telegraph' written on it.


    I think that Charles Verity is the chap smiling on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row diagonally behind him second from the right, in the third row up from the front?  or is George the second from left near the stairs in the second row up from the front?


    They are all wearing the cap badge for the East Yorkshire Regiment and have their capes worn diagonally across their chests.  


    The front row mostly contains the NCOs, with a mixture of very young and old in the rows behind them, 64 soldiers in total which may be a company.


  • February 11, 2018 11:38:15 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph postcard of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, the whole company is sitting on wooden steps in front of a large building, one door in which appears to have 'Telegraph' written on it.


    I think that Charles Verity is the chap smiling on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row diagonally behind him second from the right, in the third row up from the front?  or is George the second from left near the stairs in the second row up from the front?


    They are all wearing the cap badge for the East Yorkshire Regiment and have their capes worn diagonally across their chests.  


    The front row mostly contains the NCOs, with a mixture of very young and old in the rows behind them, 64 soldiers in total which may be a company.



  • February 11, 2018 11:32:56 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph postcard of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, the whole company is sitting on wooden steps in front of a large building, one door in which appears to have 'Telegraph' written on it.


    I think that Charles Verity is the chap smiling on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row diagonally behind him second from the right, in the third row up from the front?  or is George the second from left near the stairs in the second row up from the front?


    They are all wearing the cap badge for the East Yorkshire Regiment and have their capes worn diagonally across their chests.  


    The front row mostly contains the NCOs, with a mixture of very young and old in the rows behind them, 64 soldiers in total which may be a company.



  • February 9, 2018 23:20:49 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph postcard of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, the whole company is sitting on wooden steps in front of a large building, one door appears to have 'Telegraph' written on it.


    I think that Charles Verity is the chap smiling on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row diagonally behind him second from the right, in the third row up from the front?  or is George the second from left near the stairs in the second row up from the front?


    They are all wearing the cap badge for the East Yorkshire Regiment and have their capes worn diagonally across their chests.  


    The front row mostly contains the NCOs, with a mixture of very young and old in the rows behind them, 64 soldiers in total which may be a company.



  • February 9, 2018 23:19:52 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph postcard of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, the whole company is sitting on wooden steps in front of a large building, one door appears to have 'Telegraph' written on it.


    I think that Charles Verity is the chap smiling on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row diagonally behind him second from the right, in the third row up from the front?  or is George the second from left near the stairs in the second row up from the front?


    They are all wearing the cap badge for the East Yorkshire Regiment and have their capes worn diagonally across their chests.  


    The front row mostly contains the NCOs, with a mixture of very young and old in the rows behind them. 64 soldiers in total.



  • February 9, 2018 23:19:25 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph postcard of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, the whole company is sitting on wooden steps in front of a large building, one door appears to have 'Telegraph' written on it.


    I think that Charles Verity is the chap smiling on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row diagonally behind him second from the right, in the third row up from the front?  or is George the second from left in the second row up from the front?


    They are all wearing the cap badge for the East Yorkshire Regiment and have their capes worn diagonally across their chests.  


    The front row mostly contains the NCOs, with a mixture of very young and old in the rows behind them. 64 soldiers in total.



  • February 9, 2018 23:18:38 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph postcard of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, the whole company is sitting on wooden steps in front of a large building, one door appears to have 'Telegraph' written on it.


    I think that Charles Verity is the chap smiling on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row diagonally behind him second from the right, in the third row up from the front?


    They are all wearing the cap badge for the East Yorkshire Regiment and have their capes worn diagonally across their chests.  


    The front row mostly contains the NCOs, with a mixture of very young and old in the rows behind them. 64 soldiers in total.



  • February 9, 2018 23:14:01 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph postcard of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, I think that Charles Verity is the chap smiling on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row diagonally behind him second from the right, in the third row up from the front?


    They are all wearing the cap badge for the East Yorkshire Regiment and have their capes worn diagonally across their chests.  


    The front row mostly contains the NCOs, with a mixture of very young and old in the rows behind them. 64 soldiers in total.



  • February 9, 2018 23:12:17 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph postcard of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, I think that Charles Verity is the chap smiling on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row diagonally behind him second from the right, in the third row up from the front?


    They are all wearing the cap badge for the East Yorkshire Regiment and have their capes worn diagonally across their chests.  


    The front row mostly contains the NCOs, with a mixture of very young and old in the rows behind them.



  • February 9, 2018 23:07:29 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, I think that Charles Verity is on the right hand end of the second row up from the front and maybe George William Williams is on the end of the row behind him in the third row up from the front?


  • February 9, 2018 23:05:28 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp, I think that Charles Verity is on the right hand end of the second row up from the front


  • February 9, 2018 23:04:04 Stella Watkin

    Group photograph of East Yorkshire Regiment at Beverley Training Camp


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    Beverley, Yorkshire, England

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  • Document location Beverley, Yorkshire, England


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17242 / 190618
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Brian Verity
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Mar, 1915 – Mar, 1915
  • English

  • Western Front




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