Images from China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Burma
Mandalay/Burma
Staff Sergeant & Wife
1st Battalion
The King's Own Scottish Borderers
1888
Unidentified Lance Corporal
2nd Battalion
The Wiltshire Regiment
1894
China - Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tientsin
Unidentified Private
2nd Battalion
The Gloucestershire Regiment
Tientsin
1913
Unidentified Private
Royal Marine Light Infantry
Hong Kong
c. 1890s
Malaya, Singapore and the Straights Settlements
Unidentified Private
2nd Battalion
The Lincolnshire Regiment
Singapore
c. 1890s
Unidentified Lance Corporal
The Rifle Brigade
Penang
c 1902
Staff Sergeant
W. Armstrong
Shanghai Volunteer Corps
Shanghai
1894
Unidentified Gunner
Royal Marine Artillery
Hong Kong
c. 1900
Captain
Thomas Harold Mortimer Green

2nd Batt.,The Derbyshire Regiment
The Sherwood Foresters

Cabinet Photograph (trimmed)
Hong Kong
1904
Thomas Harlod Mortimer Green was
Glamorgan, Wales the son of the
Rev.William Green and Mary M. Green.
He was one of at least nine brothers and
sisters.

His military career included active duty
with the Chitral Relief Expedition in 1895
and duty along the North-West Frontier
at Dargai and the Sampagha and Arhanga
Valleys in 1895-97.

During the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902)
he saw action in the Orange Free State,
the Transvaal, Cape Colony,
Johannesburg and Pretoria and was
severely wounded at Diamond Hill.  
Unidentified Sergeant
Royal Marine Light Infantry
HMS Imperieuse
Hong Kong
c 1892
Colour Sergeant
A. G. Bell
Singapore Volunteer Rifles
14 August, 1902
Unidentified Lieutenant
Burma
1899