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Commemorative plaque in memory of listed officers of the 4th Battalion (Wilde's) 13th Frontier Force Rifles who fell in action in World War Two, 1939-1945; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-16
Commemorative plaque in memory of all ranks of the 4th Sikhs who gave their lives in World War Two, 1939-1945; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-17
Commemorative plaque in memory of all ranks of 1st Battalion the Frontier Force Regiment (Prince of Wales Own Sikhs), 1846-1947; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-18
Commemorative plaque in memory of those Officers, Indian Officers and other ranks of the 58th Frontier Force Rifles, 5th Punjab Infantry and 5th 13th Frontier Force Rifles who gave their lives in service, 1849-1947; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-19
Commemorative plaque in memory of all ranks of Coke's Rifles, 1849-1947, 55th Coke's Rifles, 1st Bn (Coke's) 13th Frontier Force Rifles, 1st Punjab Infantry; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-20
Commemorative plaque in memory of all ranks of the 3rd Royal Battalion (Sikhs) 12th Frontier Force Regiment who were killed or died on active service during World War Two; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-21
Commemorative plaque in memory of the 3rd (Royal) Battalion Sikhs 12th Frontier Force Regiment, and listed Officers of the 3rd Sikhs Punjab Frontier Force whose memorials were destroyed by fire in Kohat Church in 1938 and listed officers of 53rd Sikhs Frontier Force who died between 1918-1939; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-22
Commemorative plaque in memory of General Sir Rob M M Lockhart, KCB, CTE, MC, 1893-1981; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-23
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lt General Sir Dudley Russell, KBE, CB, DSO, MC. 1896-1978, 'The Pasha' 13th Frontier Force Rifles, Commander 8th Indian Infantry Division, Italy, 1943-1945; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-24
Commemorative plaque in memory of Brigadier Arthur Edward Cumming, VC, OBE, MC, 1896-1971; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-25
Framed citation detailing an action involving Lt Col Arthur Edward Cumming, against the Japanese on 3 Jan 1942; with details Lt Col Cumming's part in withdrawal of his Brigade, 3 Jan 1942. Archives 1998-10-26
St Mark's Gospel in Persian Urdu which belonged to Major-General Basil Perronet Hughes, CB, CBE Royal Artillery, 4th Hazara Mountain Battery, Frontier Force; framed text stating ownership by Major-General Hughes and the Gospel's presentation by Mrs Joan Hughes. Archives 1998-10-27
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lt Colonel A R E Pollard, OBE, 1906-1992; Commandant Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-28
Commemorative plaque in memory of 2nd Lt Henry Murray Norman Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides Frontier Force who died at Nowshera on 10th November 1925; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-29
Commemorative plaque in memory of Major W J C Duncan, DSO, MC, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides, who died at Peshawar on 19th October 1939; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-30
Commemorative plaque in memory of Brigadier General George Benjamin Hodson, CB, DSO, late of Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides Frontier Force; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-31
Commemorative plaque in memory of Brigadier John Nicholson, CB; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-32
Collection of one hundred and sixty one official photographs from the Middle and Far East, World War Two; collected by Maj Gen (later Lt Gen) Sir Frank Walter Messervy. Photographs 1974-09-79
Commemorative plaque in memory of Colonel Thomas Milne, CB DSO, Coke's Rifles Frontier Force; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-33
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lt Colonel P Grant, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides (Frontier Force), who fell in action whilst leading the Battalion in Waziristan, 23 Jun 1937; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-34
Commemorative plaque in memory of Brigadier John Henry Gradidge, OBE, 1895-1970, Commandant of Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides (Cavalry), 1939-1942; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-35
Commemorative plaque in the memory of 2nd Lieutenant M L Tweedie, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides (Frontier Force); formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-36
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt Godfrey Meynell, VC, MC and Lt Antony Philip Shuttleworth Rendall, MC, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides Frontier Force; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-37
Two commemorative plaques in memory of Capt Percy d'Aguilar Banks, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides Frontier Force, killed near Ypres 26 Apr 1915, leading his men while attached to 57th Wilde's Rifles; one erected by Officers of the Guides, the other from the mother of Capt Banks; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-38
Commemorative plaque in memory of Major G H Bretherton DSO, late of the Queen's Own Corps of Guides Frontier Force, drowned during the Tibet Expedition, 25 Jul 1904; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-39
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt Fritz Eberhardt Ferguson, MC, 2/Lt Norman Dighton Douglas and 2/Lt Owen Alan Denholme Fraser, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides, casualties in Waziristan, 1919; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-40
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lieutenant Lionel Salisbury Wells, Queen's Own Corps of Guides, died on active service during the Mohmand Expedition, 1908; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-41
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt Charles Pierson Browne Queen Victoria's Owns Corps of Guides Frontier Force, died in France after being wounded, 12 Apr 1915; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-42
Commemorative plaque in remembrance of Major Robert George Anthony Trail, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides Frontier Force, killed in France, 1 Dec 1917; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-43
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lt Col Percy Clare Eliott Lockhart, DSO, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides (Frontier Force), mortally wounded while leading the 59th Scinde Rifles (Frontier Force) at the Battle of Neuve Chapelle, France, 13 Mar 1915; plaque; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-44
Commemorative plaque in memory of 2nd Lieutenant C R MacNamara Indian Army Reserve of Officers attached to Queen Victoria's own Corps of Guides Frontier Force, killed at Rustam on the 'Boner Frontier'; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-45
Plain wooden cross from Flanders erected over the grave of Lieutenant Colonel P C Eliott Lockhart, DSO, enclosed in an oak case; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Equipment, general 1998-10-46
Commemorative plaque in memory of 'Bindon', Brigadier William Holcroft Blood, MVO, Commandant Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides Cavalry Frontier Force, 1932-1936; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-47
WAAC 1914-18 ATS DRIVER BARBARA FELIX 1945. Watercolour by Helen Mckie 1945 (c), signed lower right; two full-length figures in uniform of Women's Army Service in two World Wars, general service wagon in distance to right. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-10-135
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lieutenant Walter Pollock Hamilton, VC, and the 70 men of the Queen's Own Corps of Guides who fell in the defence of the Residency at Kabul, 3 Sep 1879; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-48
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lieutenant General Sir Harry Burnett Lumsden KCSI, CB (d.1896); formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-49
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lieutenant Colonel, Norman Henry Prendergast, DSO, MVO, 1886-1950, Commandant, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides Infantry Frontier Force, 1931-1935; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-50
Commemorative plaque in memory of Major (temporary Lt Col) Bertram Robert Graham, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guide (Frontier Force), killed in action at Latema Hill near Taveta, East Africa, 10 Mar 1916; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-51
Commemorative plaque in memory of Sir Harry Lumsden's successors in command of the Queen's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-52
Commemorative plaque in memory of General Sir Sam Browne, GCB KCSI VC, Commandant, 1865-1869, Queen's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-53
Commemorative plaque in memory of Brevet Major W S R Hodson, Commandant, 1853-1855, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-54
Commemorative plaque in memory of Colonel Sir F H Jenkins, KCB, Commandant, 1870-1884, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-55
Commemorative plaque in memory of General Sir H D Daly, GCB, CIE, Acting Commandant, 1857-1858, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-56
Commemorative plaque in memory of General Sir C P Keyes GCB, Commandant, 1869-1870, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-57
Commemorative plaque in memory of Major General Sir Robert Bellow Adams VC KCB, Commandant, 1899-1904, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-58
Commemorative plaque in memory of Field Marshal Sir C C Egerton GCB DSO, Commandant, 1895-1899, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-59
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lieutenant Gen Sir A T Wilde KCB, Commandant, 1862-1865, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-60
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lieutenant General Sir Raleigh Gilbert Egerton KCB KCIE, Commandant, 1909-1911, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-61
Commemorative plaque in memory of Colonel Sir Arthur George Hammond, VC KCB DSO ADC, Commandant, 1891-1895, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-62
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lt Col A H Buist, MVO, Commandant, 1916-1921, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-63
Commemorative plaque in memory of Major-General R B P P Campbell, CB, Commandant, 1884-1891, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-64
Commemorative plaque in memory of Brigadier General F G H Davies, Commandant, 1912-1916, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-65
Commemorative plaque in memory of Maj Gen Sir G J Younghusband, KCMG KCIE CB, Commandant, 1904-1909, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-66
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lt H N Wilde, Queen's Own Corps of Guides; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-67
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt Harold Butler, Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides Frontier Force (Lumsden's); formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-68
Commemorative plaque in memory of the listed officers of Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides (Frontier Force), killed in World War One, 1914-1919; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-69
Commemorative plaque in memory of listed officers of Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides (Frontier Force), killed in World War Two; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-70
Commemorative plaque in memory of Major F B Gaitskell, 2nd Cmd (Infantry) Queen's Own Corps of Guides who died of pneumonia at Mardan on 14th December 1890, aged 40 years; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-71
Commemorative plaque in memory of Maj Francis John Herbert Burton, Queen's Own Corps of Guides who died at Mardan on 30th October 1902 from the effects of an accident at Polo; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-72
Commemorative plaque in memory of Hector Lachlan Stewart Maclean VC, Lieutenant and Adjutant, Queen's Own Corps of Guides Cavalry, who was mortally wounded at Landakli Swat Valley, 17th August 1897; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-73
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lieutenant C V Keyes, Queen's Own Corps of Guides, who was assassinated at Argumagu in Nigeria on 21st June 1901; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-74
Commemorative plaque in memory of Maj John Boileau Reid, MBE, Queens Victoria's Own Corps of Guides Frontier Force, killed on duty near Amritsar about the 31st August 1947, aged 32; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-75
Commemorative plaque in memory of Quinton and Wigram, sons of the late George Wynyard Battye, Bengal Civil Service, who fell fighting for their country; Quinton when 2nd in command of the Corps of Guides was mortally wounded before Delhi on 9 Jun 1857 and died the following day, aged 26; Wigram was killed while leading the Guides Cavalry at Fattenhabad in Afghanistan on 2 Apr 1879, aged 37; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-76
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lt Col Frederick Drummond Battye, 2nd in Command Infantry and Commandant of Queen's Own Corps of Guides, who was killed while conducting with the utmost gallantry and skill a retirement of the Infantry of the Guides before very superior numbers of the enemy near Sado on the Panjkora River on April 13th 1895. 'The Gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.' Romans VI 19. This tablet and the window above it are erected by his brother officers and friends. (N.B. The window mentioned above is not located in the sanctum and so is not included in this list); formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-77
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt Charles Hugh Davies, 5th Goorkha Rifles, who died at Chilas on 15 Dec 1899, aged 35 years; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-78
Commemorative plaque in memory of Colonel Edward Molloy, CB, who died at Lugano on 1 Feb 1905 aged 62; he served with distinction in the 5th Goorkha Rifles for 25 years, raised the 2nd Battalion in 1886 and commanded it for seven years; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-79
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt Sorheby Douglas Brodie Ketchin, 5th Goorkha Rifles, accidentally killed whilst shooting in the Kurram Valley on 9 Dec 1901, aged 32; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-80
Commemorative plaque in memory of Edward William Fane Martin, Colonel Commanding 2nd Battalion 5th Goorkha Rifles, who died at Abbottabad on the 13th Sep 1906, aged 49; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-81
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt Oscar Roland Bethune who died of wounds at Dumdil on 29 Mar and Lt Mindon Hogg Stewart Scott, killed in action near Gharion on the 30 May; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-82
Commemorative plaque in memory of Murray Hugh Pratt Barlow, 5th Goorkha Rifles, who died at Fort Lockhart on the 4th August 1902; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-83
Commemorative plaque in memory of Rafe Langdon Beddy, Lieutenant 5th Gurkha Rifles Frontier Force, who died of wounds received in action at the Dardanelles on 4th June 1915, aged 27 years; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-84
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lt Col George Duncan, Indian Medical Service, who died at Dera Ismail Khan on the 3 Feb 1904, aged 49; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-85
Commemorative plaque in memory of Guy Hudleston Boisragon VC, Colonel 5th Gurkha Rifles (Frontier Force), born 1864, died 1931; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-86
Commemorative plaque in memory of Brig Gen Hon Charles Granville Bruce, CB MVO; born 1866, died 1939; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-87
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt Robert Francis Warburton, 5th Goorkha Rifles, who was accidentally killed in England on the 11th Feb 1905, aged 33; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-88
Commemorative plaque in memory of Maj Ian Arthur Talbot Edwards, 5th Royal Gurkha Rifles (Frontier Force), 1919-1936; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-89
Commemorative plaque in memory of officers of 5th Royal Gurkha Rifles (Frontier Force), killed 1914-1921; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-90
Leather covered trench club, 1916 (c). Polearms/Other Weapons 1998-10-136
Pattern 1890 Cavalry Trooper's sword, 1893; issued to R Battery Royal Horse Artillery on service with Maj Gen French in the Colesberg district, Modder River, 1900; scabbard painted khaki. Edged Weapons 1998-10-137
Commemorative plaque in memory of of Capt Charles Chenevix Chenevix-Trench, 5th Goorkha Rifles, who died at Simla on the 25th July 1891, aged 35; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-91
Commemorative plaque in honour of officers of 5th Royal Gurkha Rifles Frontier Force, including Field Marshal The Right Hon Frederick Sleigh Earl Roberts, VC, KG, KP, GCB, OM, GCSI, GCIE, Colonel of the Regiment, 1904-1914; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-92
Commemorative plaque in memory of officers of 5th Royal Gurkha Rifles (Frontier Force) who died during World War Two; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-93
The Arctic Times newspaper; seven copies, dating from 4 Jul 1945 to 25 Aug 1945. Archives 1998-10-138
Commemorative plaque in memory of Maj John Cook VC, 5th Goorkhas, who died 19 Dec 1879 of a wound received near Kabul; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-94
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lt James Stuart Oliphant, Adjutant, 5th Goorkha Regiment, died 24 Nov 1864 on board the Simla off Aden on his passage home, from effects of a wound received at Umbeyla Pass, 6 Nov 1864; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-95
Papers of Pte Henry Holden, 7th and 10th Hussars, 1886-1902: account book; 2 character certificates; marriage certificate; letter; discharge certificate; record of service. Archives 1998-10-139
Commemorative plaque in memory of Sgn Maj James Richard Johnson, 5th Goorkha Regiment, who died of typhus fever at Abbottabad, 20 May 1878; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-96
Commemorative plaque in memory of Major Lech Richmond Battye, 2nd in command 1st Bn, 5th Goorkha Regiment, aged 43, killed on the Black Mountain on 18 Jun 1888 whilst trying to save a wounded Havildar; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-97
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt Charles Folliot Powell, 5th Goorkha Regiment, died of wounds received on 13 Dec 1878, at Shingani in the Kurram Valley, 18 Dec 1878; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-98
Roll of Honour of the men of the 4th Indian Division, killed in Tunisia, 8 Apr 1943 to 14 May 1943. Archives 1998-10-140
Diary kept by Pte S E Forster during the year January 1945 to January 1946. Archives 1998-10-141
Photocopy of published paper and discussion on 'Manual Transport', by Bt Maj William Loraine Greddes, 53rd Regiment, 19 Apr 1880. Archives 1998-10-142
Letter from Lt Charles Perreau, in besieged Ladysmith, to Lt Guy Hudleston, both of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 23 Feb 1900; with envelope. Archives 1998-10-143
Papers of Sergeant Farrier John Milne of the 18th Hussars, 1883-1899: account book; discharge certificate; swimming certificate. Archives 1998-10-144
Note books used by a War Office department, 1916-1927, covering awards, decorations and commissions, including an indexed volume containing references to War Office regulations; also containing accounts for a departmental Tea Club (1920-1921). Archives 1998-10-145
File of War Office material on the Victoria Cross, 1856-1962. Archives 1998-10-146
Three investiture books for decorations and awards, 1941-1946. Archives 1998-10-147
Transcript of a diary kept by Pte W G R Mumford, 1 Jan 1900 to 21 Oct 1900; covers his service with the City Imperial Volunteers in South Africa. Archives 1998-10-148
Offprints of two articles published in 'Reviews in Engineering Geology', Vol 13 (1998). Archives 1998-10-149
Two Survey of India maps: one of the Jubbulpore District, Central Provinces, 1913; one of the Punjab, Northwest Frontier Province, Kashmir and Jammu, 1916; used by Capt Trevor Trought, 4th Royal West Kents. Maps 1998-10-150