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Edgar John Waterfield RFA - WATERFIELD, Edgar John - Gallery - Great War Forum  My Great Grandfather, Edgar John Waterfield.

Edgar John Waterfield RFA - WATERFIELD, Edgar John - Gallery - Great War Forum My Great Grandfather, Edgar John Waterfield.

John A O McLoughlin - Poppa - Gallery - Great War Forum

John A O McLoughlin - Poppa - Gallery - Great War Forum

Albert holding the horse - Albert James Apperley - Gallery - Great War Forum Photo of Albert James holding a horse from The Household Cavalry Royal Gloucestershire Hussars Yeomanry.Probably pre war as I have been told the uniform predates 1914.

Albert holding the horse - Albert James Apperley - Gallery - Great War Forum Photo of Albert James holding a horse from The Household Cavalry Royal Gloucestershire Hussars Yeomanry.Probably pre war as I have been told the uniform predates 1914.

Sgt Major William George Baulch stands flanked by two mounted officers. The officer on the left looks to be the same man as sat with William in the group photo

Sgt Major William George Baulch stands flanked by two mounted officers. The officer on the left looks to be the same man as sat with William in the group photo

World War 1 War Horse. This is the Great Grandfather of a friend of mine who served as a farrier during the war. You can see by this horse’s stance and head carriage that he was a carriage horse and not a riding horse. He looks like a Cleveland Bay! Wonder what happened to him 

World War 1 War Horse. This is the Great Grandfather of a friend of mine who served as a farrier during the war. You can see by this horse’s stance and head carriage that he was a carriage horse and not a riding horse. He looks like a Cleveland Bay! Wonder what happened to him 

War Horses

Bill, a veteran British artillery horse who served with the 47th Battery Royal Field Artillery, 2nd Division from 1914-1919. Presumably, he was one of the few horses to survive the entire campaign. This picture may have been taken somewhere in France or Germany after the Armistice was signed. One hopes that someone took pity on him and took him home after demobilization.

Bill, a veteran British artillery horse who served with the 47th Battery Royal Field Artillery, 2nd Division from 1914-1919. Presumably, he was one of the few horses to survive the entire campaign. This picture may have been taken somewhere in France or Germany after the Armistice was signed. One hopes that someone took pity on him and took him home after demobilization.

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