37th Regiment of Foot
Also known as 37th (North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot
- 1702 raised in Ireland as Thomas Meredith's Regiment of Foot also known until 1751 by the names of seven other colonels
- 1751 became 37th Regiment of Foot
- 1782 became 37th (the North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot
- 1881 united with 67th Regiment of Foot to become the 1st Battalion The Hampshire Regiment
- 1946 became The Royal Hampshire Regiment
- 1992 merged with the Queens Regiment to become The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment
British India Service
|37th Regiment of Foot||succeeded by||1st Btn Hampshire Regt|
|1846 Ceylon||1886 Secunderabad|
|1857 Indian Mutiny||1888 Burma|
|1857 Azimghur||1891 Bareilly|
|1857 Arrah||1893 Raniket|
|1866 Bengal||1896 Mooltan|
|1935 NW Frontier|
Journal. 1st Hampshire Regiment no. 1-6 1903-1904 and The 37th Journal. 1st Hampshire Regiment no. 7-12 1904-1905. Available at the British Library
The Hampshire Regimental Journal from 1905. The British Library has some issues from 1905, but it is unclear what the holding is. The Regimental Museum, refer below, holds issues from 1905-1992. The National Army Museum may be another source.
- 37th (North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot Wikipedia
- 37th (North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot including deployments Regiments.org, an archived site
- 37th North Hampshire Regiment of Foot www.pauljerrard.com
- Royal Hampshire Regiment Wikipedia
- The Royal Hampshire Regiment including deployments: 1st Battalion, 2nd Battalion Regiments.org, an archived site.
- The Royal Hampshire Regiment British Armed Forces & National Service
- The Royal Hamphire Regiment Museum including details of the Archive www.royalhampshireregimentmuseum.co.uk
- The Royal Hampshire Regiment (The Tigers) southernlife.org.uk
- Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment Wikipedia
- Andover Family History Group
- Hampshire Genealogical Society
- 1st Battalion Hampshire Regiment left Malta 9 Jan 1886 for Bombay. maltaramc.com
- The Hampshire Regiment from The Long, Long Trail:The British Army in the Great War. There were Territorial Force battalions in India and Mesopotamia.
- Listen to the 2000 interview with Jack Vardy, born 1913, British private (bandsman) served with 1st Bn Hampshire Regt in India 1929-1935. He was sixteen when he arrived in India. Includes time spent in Multan, Dalhousie, Razmak where he spent sixteen months, a brief mention of the Mohmand Campaign 1935 where he acted as a stretcher bearer, Peshawar and Nowshera. Imperial War Museums
Historical books online
- "Topographical Report on the District and Station of Ghazeepore, North-West Province, Bengal" by JW Fleming, FRCS, Surgeon 37th Regiment, page 221 Army Medical Department: Statistical Sanitary and Medical Reports for the year 1859 (published 1861) Google Books
- The Hampshire Men (37th Regiment) in Upper Burmah in 1889 by Lieut-Colonel F Cochran, Commanding 1st Battalion The Hampshire Regiment 1890 Hathi Trust Digital Library
- Memoirs of the Great War by James Racine c 1920s. Archive.org. Pages 90-102 cover his period in India as an officer with the 2/5th Battalion of the Hampshire Regiment in Secunderabad c 1915-1916 until the Battalion was transferred to Egypt.
- Letters from Mesopotamia in 1915 and January, 1916 from Robert Palmer 1916 Archive.org. He went with a draft from the 6th Hants, in India since November 1914, to reinforce the 4th Hants. Both these regiments were part of the Territorial Force. He was killed June 21, 1916, aged 27 years. The initial letters were written in India.