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Honourable Artillery Company

Categories: Armed Forces

London unit about which IanVisits writes "oldest surviving regiment in the British Army, and the second most senior in the Territorial Army. It has the rare distinction of having fought on both the Royalist and Parliamentary sides of the English Civil War." Served in WW1 with battle fronts in: Egypt, Palestine, Italy, France, Belgium, Aden, Syria. Its regimental memorial chapel is at St Botolphs.
See also the Archer memorial.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Honourable Artillery Company

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Finsbury war monument

The statue represents winged Victory on orb, lightly draped and holding a lau...

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London Troops War Memorial

Designed by Aston Webb with figures by Alfred Drury. The Duke of York who un...

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St Botolph's information board

The church has two information boards, both of a standard design, which we wo...

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WW1 cross at St Botolph's

Unlike the majority of war memorials this was erected while the war continued...

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Corporal Henry Percy Goodwin

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1 memorial
R. Leigh

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