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The Staffordshire Yeomanry's reputation preceded it in these advances, their very presence steadying the nerves of the British infantry they supported, and they were proud of their unofficial motto "First Everywhere".
The following report is from the records of the South Notts Hussars Yeomanry.
Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry officer's gilt helmet-plate, circa 1851, with a rococo shield mounted with the Arms of Lancaster, surmounted by a Queen Victoria crown.
Spending the next twelve months in Egypt during the campaign against the Senussi tribesmen, the two regiments merged to form the 24th (Pembroke and Glamorgan Yeomanry) Battalion, Welsh Regiment, which joined the 74th (Yeomanry) Division to take part in the historic offensive into Palestine that ultimately led to the liberation of the Holy City of Jerusalem after 400 years of Ottoman rule.
These recruits were sent for training all around the United Kingdom, so detachments of the Pembroke Yeomanry and Glamorgan Yeomanry were stationed in Dublin in the spring of 1916.
The feature race on Saturday is the 3m 1f handicap chase for the Hugh Barclay Trophy and the Ayrshire Yeomanry Cup is also up for grabs in the 2m 4f handicap hurdle.
An officer >Worcestershire Yeomanry, the Middle Worcester Gallery and Take Arthur Mountain, for example, a private in the 4th Battalion of the Worcestershire Regiment.
The footballers took the next boat home, and on landing in Britain, Woosnam joined the Montgomeryshire Yeomanry as a lieutenant.
The A138 Chelmer Road in Chelmsford, Essex, between the junction with A414 Essex Yeomanry Way, known as ~Army and Navy Roundabout~ and the Chelmer Village Way Roundabout, and including land either side of the A138 of 50m approximate overall width.
Royalty and field sports, foxhunting and yeomanry, and the development of salmon angling in the 19th century are some areas explored.