British Soldiers in Fraternal Regalia
Peachy Carnehan: "The craft, Danny, the craft - that's what saved us,"
                                                                                                                                                                                       from John Huston's film of the Rudyard Kipling story The Man Who Would Be King.
Unidentified Private
1st Battalion
The Cheshire Regiment
(International Order of Good Templars)
India
c. 1897
Unidentified Private
(Army Temperance Association)
India
c. 1900
Unidentified Private
The King's (Liverpool) Regiment
(International Order of Good Templars)
India
c. 1905
Signaler Sergeant
1st Battalion
The East Surrey Regiment
(Masons)
Gibraltar
c. 1884
Gunner Douglas Reid
Royal Artillery
(Ancient Order of Foresters)
Gibraltar
Early 1870's
Unidentified Bombardier
Royal Artillery
(Ancient Order of Foresters)
Gibraltar
Early 1870's
Unidentified Gunner
Royal Artillery
(Ancient Order of Foresters)
Gibraltar
Early 1870's
An interesting collection of three carte de visites from the same
album depicting three members of the Royal Artillery wearing
regalia of the Ancient Order of Foresters. Only one of the three is
identified but it is probably safe to assume that they were all from
- probably the 15th Brigade.
Armourer Sergeant
1st Battalion, The Essex Regiment
(Masons)

Cabinet Photograph
Bangalore, India
c. 1906
Unidentified Corporal
"Chief Ruler"
(Independent Order of Rechabites)
India
c. 1900
Unidentified Lance Corporal
1st Battalion
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment
(Army Temperance Association)
India
c. 1890
Unidentified Private
1st Battalion
Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire
Light Infantry
(International Order of Good Templars)
India
c. 1905
Royal Artillery Album Group
(Independent Order of Rechabites)
India
c. 1900s
Soldier's Total Abstinence Society of India Medal

Silver Medal
Late 19th Century
India