|An Instructor of Musketry poses with his wife and five daughters in this photograph from sometime around the 1890s. The child in
front of this solder may actually be his son.
While this non-commissioned officer appears to be a member of The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (KOYLI) - his collar
badges seem to be a horn with a Tudor rose in its center, his single set of rank chevrons seems to contradict him being in the Light
Infantry regiments of which wore chevrons on both sleeves. In any event this man has seen his share of campaigning as he wears
1881 Afghanistan medal (without clasp) and the 1854 India General Service Medal with two clasps. He also wears the Long Service
& Good Conduct Medal.
|A detail of the above cabinet photograph showing this Instructor's medals and the collar badges - a French horn with a rose in the
|The Instructor poses by himself in this second of the two photographs taken during the same photographic session.