East Surrey Regiment
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- 1881 the 31st Regiment of Foot and the 70th Regiment of Foot amalgamated to become The East Surrey Regiment
- 1959 merged with The Queen's Royal Regiment to form The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment
- 1966 amalgamated with The Queen's Own Buffs, The Royal Sussex Regiment & The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) to form The Queen's Regiment
- 1992 amalgamated with The Royal Hampshire Regiment to become The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment
- Photo of a memorial in St George's Cathedral, Agra to NCOs & Men of 6th Battalion East Surrey Regiment who died in India 1914 - 1919. A list of names is included.
Records and Archives
- 31st Regiment of Foot Wikipedia
- 70th Regiment of Foot Wikipedia
- East Surrey Regiment 1900-14 www.queensroyalsurreys.org.uk
- East Surrey Regiment 1914-18 www.1914-1918.net
- East Surrey Regiment 1919-39 www.queensroyalsurreys.org.uk
- Queen's Royal Surrey regiment including Regimental India 1825-1947 queensroyalsurreys.org.uk
- Queen's Regiment Wikipedia
- Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment Wikipedia
- The East Surrey Regiment including deployments: 1st Battalion, 2nd Battalion Regiments.org, an archived site.
- 1/5th Battalion and 1/6th Battalion East Surrey Regiment, part of the Territorial Force, were in India most of World War 1, landing at Bombay 2 December 1914. "The Long, Long Trail"
- FIBIS Gallery Collection of photographs taken by and owned by Arthur Cecil Gregory who served in the 5th Battalion East Surrey Regiment in various parts of India during WW1.