Wiltshire War, Conflict & Military
Linda Robson is a volunteer at the Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire, and Wiltshire Regiment Museum and has agreed to act as a contact for this page and can if necessary try to reply to any queries anyone has regarding this page and the military side of Wiltshire.
Wiltshire is steeped in Military History therefore this page is meant to house any military records we have in one place that may not be related to a single parish.
Wiltshire Soldiers Newsletters
Crime and Legal Matters
|Regimental March - The Wiltshire||Militia Substitutes Advert 1797||Devastation of War 1914-1918||Parsi Tower of Silence 1914-1918|
|V.A.D. & Red Cross Hospitals 1914-1918||Why the Poppy|
For images of the some of the uniforms and other militaria associated with the Wiltshire Regiment and its history visit the Militaria Photo Gallery
War Memorials Nationwide
Bell Ringers Memorial Book WWI (held at St. Pauls Cathedral Library, London)
Bell Ringers Memorial Book WWII (held at St. Pauls Cathedral Library, London
Great Western Railway WWI, Cardiff Central Station
War Graves Project
"No regiment has done better than the Wiltshires" said King George, early in 1915, and since then the two gallant battalions have added greatly to their laurels. (From a postcard in the "Daily Mail" War Pictures Series VIII No. 61. which can be seen in the Militaria photo gallery above.