Photograph Identity

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Re: Photograph Identity

Postby Frogsmile » 24 Mar 2012 16:28

grumpy wrote:am a bit bothered about a Paymaster as late as our consensus dating ....... away from my sources but I think they were disestablished in Wolseley's day.

Estabs table, anyone ........... I have a complete run but not with me.

Yes, you are right that Paymasters were disestablished for a time in the late 19th C, but I too cannot recall the dates of that period. I am simply at a loss to think what other appointment it might be given the odd badge, unless it is indeed the Colonel still wearing a collar badge in his FSC, which would be unusual given the need for him to set an example.
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