", "The Queen has been graciously pleased to command that the 89th Regiment of Foot may henceforth bear the title of 'Princess Victoria's' Regiment, in commemoration of the recent presentation of new colours, to replace those presented by Her Majesty when Princess Victoria. 77th (East Middlesex) Regiment of Foot (Duke of Cambridge's Own) 1876–1881[120], 79th (Cameronian Highlanders) Regiment of Foot 1804–1866 The intention was to improve recruitment during the unpopular American War of Independence, and the Home Secretary, Thomas Townshend issued a circular letter to the lieutenants of each county in England in the following terms: My Lord, The very great deficiency of men in the regiments of infantry being so very detrimental to the public service, the king has thought proper to give the names of the different counties to the old corps, in hopes that, by the zeal and activity of the principal nobility and gentry in the several counties, some considerable assistance may be given towards recruiting these regiments". [4], The substitution of numbers for names was completed by a clothing regulation of 1747 and a royal warrant of 1751. The Royal Anglian Regiment is a line infantry regiment. Australia's first guns were landed from HMS Sirius and a small earthen redoubt built, near the present-day Macquarie Place, to command the approaches to Sydney Cove. 1st or the Royal Scots Regiment 1871–1881[23], 3rd (East Kent – the Buffs) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[25], Came onto the English establishment in 1665 as the Holland Regiment. 42nd (The Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot (The Black Watch) 1861–1881[75], Six Independent Highland Companies raised 24 April 1725.The Earl of Craufurd's Regiment was formed 25 October 1739 by the regimentation of the independent companies. ", "The Queen has been graciously pleased to approve of the 100th (or Prince of Wales' Royal Canadian) Regiment of Foot having inscribed on its Regimental Colour the word "Niagara" as formerly granted to the old 100th, The Prince Regent's County, of Dublin Regiment, in commemoration of its distinguished conduct at the capture of Fort Niagara by assault on 13th December, 1813. [1], From its inception, the 3rd East Anglians were based in Dortmund, West Germany, the home of the Essex Regiment prior to amalgamation. Whilst the 2nd Battalion is based at Cottesmore, Rutland. [73] Ranked as 43rd Foot in 1747, renumbered to 42nd in 1749 on disbanding of existing 42nd Regiment. Formed by amalgamation of 1st Bn, The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment, and 1st Bn, The Essex Regiment. History and traditions of the 3rd East Anglian Regiment ('The Pompadours') Souvenirs and ephemera. 41st (The Welsh) Regiment of Foot 1831–1881[71][72], Formed 11 March 1719 as Edmund Fielding's Regiment of Foot from companies of outpatients or "invalids" from Chelsea Hospital. ", This page was last edited on 6 November 2020, at 17:26. Royal and subsidiary titles. All three Battalions retain very … Our hand sewn 3rd East Anglian Regiment flags are manufactured from our 155gsm Ministry of Defence approved woven polyester flag fabric, the highest quality fabric available for outdoor flag making. Jack Pritchard RWFusilier3@aol.com . 49th (Hertfordshire - Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Regiment of Foot 1816–1881[84], 50th (West Kent) Regiment of Foot 1782–1827 ", "His Majesty has been pleased to command that the 50th Regiment of foot shall in future be styled 'the 50th or Queen's Own' instead of 'the Duke of Clarence's Regiment;' and that the facings of the Regiment be accordingly changed from black to blue. The 3rd Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment ‘The Steelbacks’ is an Army Reserve Light Infantry Battalion made up of terrific Soldiers and Civilians. 43rd (Monmouthshire Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot, 44th (East Essex) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[77], 45th (1st Nottinghamshire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1866[78] The Northamptonshire Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army in existence from 1881 until 1960. The 100th Regiment to be numbered the 99th, retaining the title of the Prince Regent's County of Dublin Regiment. The 1751 warrant confirmed the royal titles or other special designations of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 7th, 8th, 18th, 21st, 23rd, 27th and 41st regiments. The regiment was the first of the large infantry regiments and is one of the three regiments of the Queen's Division. [156], 95th (Derbyshire) Regiment of Foot 1825–1881[158], 98th (The Prince of Wales's) Regiment of Foot 1876–1881[163], 99th (Duke of Edinburgh's) Regiment of Foot 1874–1881[165]. [8] Two rifle regiments: the King's Royal Rifle Corps (ex 60th Foot) and the Rifle Brigade, who had four battalions each, recruited nationally. It was formed in 1881 under the Childers Reforms by the amalgamation of the 44th Regiment of Foot and the 56th Regiment of Foot. The Queen has been graciously pleased to approve of this Regiment being permitted to bear upon its Second or Regimental Colour the honours and distinctions formerly borne by the old 96th Foot, which was disbanded in the year 1818", "The Queen has been graciously pleased to approve of the 98th Foot being in future styled 'The 98th, or the Prince of Wales's, Regiment of Foot', and of it bearing His Royal Highness' Plume on its Regimental Colour. THIRD BATTALION (Author) Gale and Polden (printer) … We offer both hand sewn & printed 3rd East Anglian Regiment flags all made in our very own manufacturing facility, here in North Yorkshire, UK. From its inception, the 3rd East Anglians were based in Dortmund, West Germany, the home of the Essex Regiment prior to amalgamation. It was formed on 2 June 1958 by the amalgamation of the 1st Battalion, The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment and the 1st Battalion, The Essex Regiment . 6th (Royal 1st Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot 1832–1881[28][29], Came onto the English establishment temporarily in 1685 and permanently in 1688. Our Headquarters is in the heart of Suffolk in Bury St Edmunds, we have sub units located throughout East Anglia and in the East Midlands. "His Majesty has also been pleased to approve of the 95th Regiment being styled, the 95th or 'Derbyshire' Regiment of Foot. In some cases more than one regiment was allocated to a county, for example, the 38th (1st Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot and 64th (2nd Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot. 52nd (Oxfordshire Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot 1803–1821[19], 53rd (Shropshire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[89], 54th (West Norfolk) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[90], 55th (Westmorland) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[91], 56th (West Essex) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[92], 57th (West Middlesex) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[93], 58th (Rutlandshire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[94], 59th (2nd Nottinghamshire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[95], 60th (The Duke of York's Own Rifle Corps) Regiment of Foot 1824–1830[97] 25th (King's Own Borderers) Regiment of Foot 1805–1881[53], 26th (Cameronian) Regiment of Foot 1809–1881[54], 29th (Worcestershire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[57], 30th (Cambridgeshire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[58], 31st (Huntingdonshire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[59], Reraised 14 April 1702 as George Villiers's Regiment of Marines. Thus, in the Cloathing Book of 1742, which illustrated the patterns of uniforms worn by the King's forces, the regiments of foot are designated simply by numbers. The rank of regiments of the English Army was first fixed during the Nine Years' War. English regiments, raised in England, should rank from their date of raising, English, Scots and Irish regiments, raised for service of a foreign power, should rank from the date that they came onto the English establishment. [2] The regiment served with 28 Commonwealth Brigade until 1962, when it was posted to Northern Ireland. Examples are the 3rd East Anglian Regiment (16th/44th Foot), Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment (29th/45th Foot). The 101st Regiment of Foot (Royal Bengal Fusiliers). 14th (Buckinghamshire – The Prince of Wales's Own) Regiment of Foot 1876–1881[38][39], 15th (York, East Riding) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[40], 16th (Buckinghamshire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1809[41] 85th (Bucks Volunteers) (Duke of York's Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot 1815–1821[140] The 3rd East Anglian Regiment (16th/44th Foot) was an infantry regiment of the British Army. Since 1992, when the battalion was disbanded, all parts of the Royal Anglians wear a gold eagle on a purple backing as an arm badge. Regimental day parade [programme] Souvenirs and ephemera. The British Army's Infantry forms a highly flexible organisation, taking on a variety of roles, including armoured, mechanised, air assault and light. 35th (Sussex) Regiment of Foot 1805–1832[64] 50th (The Duke of Clarence's) Regiment of Foot 1827–1831 5th (Northumberland) (Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot 1836–1881[16][27], Came onto the English establishment in 1685. First formed in the 1960s, large regiments are the result of the amalgamation of three or more existing single-battalion regiments, and perpetuate the traditions of each of the predecessor units. Also known as the "1st Invalids" or "Regiment of Invalids". The unit was subsequently converted into a Royal Artillery unit, serving in the anti-tank role North Africa, Italy and France during World War II. Examples are the 3rd East Anglian Regiment (16th/44th Foot), Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment (29th/45th Foot). [70][72], 42nd (The Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot 1758–1861[73][74] The Royal Anglian Regiment is the East of England’s premier Infantry Regiment. 70th (Glasgow Lowland) Regiment of Foot 1812–1825 Between 1967 and 1971, however, the TA was reorganised and that led to the formation of the 5th, 6th and 7th (Volunteer) Battalions of the Royal Anglian Regiment. Regarded as a reraising of a regiment that existed from 1694–1698. The 104th Regiment of Foot (Bengal Fusiliers). Add to Basket. Our Headquarters is in the heart of Suffolk in Bury St Edmunds, we have sub-units located throughout East Anglia and in the East Midlands. 73rd (Perthshire) Regiment of Foot 1862–1881[115], 74th Regiment of Foot 1816–1845 Known as the "Highland Regiment". However, each battalion maintains its former regimental pipes and drums to carry on the traditions of their antecedent regiments. Three companies were organized and assigned to duty guarding the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad between Martinsburg and Harper’s Ferry … Continue reading → . E2A/678 This is an original 1st, 2nd, 3rd East Anglian Brigade Regiment shoulder title badge for sale.In good condition. From 1 July 1881 the United Kingdom was divided into regimental districts, each allocated a two-battalion regiment, usually bearing a "county" title. 81st (Loyal Lincoln Volunteers) Regiment of Foot 1832–1881[128], 82nd (The Prince of Wales's Volunteers) Regiment of Foot 1802–1881[130][131], 83rd (County of Dublin) Regiment of Foot 1859–1881[132], 84th (York and Lancaster) Regiment of Foot 1809–1881[134][136], 85th (Bucks Volunteers) (Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot 1808–1815 Its lineage is continued by the Royal Anglian Regiment. [12] By June 1783 each regiment was again recruiting throughout the country, although the county names were to remain. [157] Disbanded 1818. The Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery, normally referred to as the Royal Australian Artillery (RAA), is a Regiment of the Australian Army descended from the original colonial artillery units prior to Australia's federation. Accordingly, there were often a number of different regiments that bore the same number of different periods. Although the numbers were officially abolished in 1881, in some cases they continued to be used informally within the regiments. 16th (Bedfordshire) Regiment of Foot 1809–1881[14][41], 17th (Leicestershire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[42], 19th (1st Yorkshire, North Riding) Regiment of Foot 1782–1875 Formed 1 September 1964 by redesignation of 2nd East Anglian Regiment (Duchess of Gloucester's Own Royal Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire). Doubts as to the respective rank of regiments fighting in the Spanish Netherlands led William III to command a Board of General Officers meeting on 10 June 1694 to establish the order of precedence of the various units. East Anglian. Complete & intact. Members who served with East Anglian Regiment. . The 1747 document, which used numbers for the regiments throughout, decreed that no colonel was "to put his Arms, Crest, Device or Livery on any part of the Appointments of the Regiment under his command." History. [6] In later years, other regiments were allowed to bear the names of the monarch or other members of the Royal family. [1], With the union of the kingdoms of England and Scotland to form the Kingdom of Great Britain in 1707 the British Army came into existence (see Creation of British Army). [3] [4] The eagle of the French 62nd Regiment was captured by one of the regiment's predecessors at the Battle of Salamanca in 1812. ", "His Majesty has been pleased to direct that the 60th Regiment of Foot shall cease to bear the appellation of the 'Royal American' Regiment, and that it shall be termed the 60th Regiment, or 'the Duke of York's Own Rifle Corps and Light Infantry'. 70th (Surrey) Regiment of Foot 1825–1881[109][110], 71st (Glasgow Highland) Regiment of Foot 1808–1809 79th (Cameron Highlanders) Regiment of Foot 1866–1873 On September 1, 1964 the 1st, 2nd and 3rd East Anglian Regiments and the Royal Leicestershire Regiment were amalgamated to form a new "large regiment" known as The Royal Anglian Regiment’. The 2nd East Anglians were redesignated as the 2nd Battalion (Duchess of Gloucester’s Own Royal Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire) of the new regiment. The 3rd East Anglian Regiment (16th/44th Foot) was an infantry regiment of the British Army. . Additionally, there were occasional partial renumberings. "Her Majesty's Government have expressed an anxious desire to preserve the proud recollections of distinguished service which belong especially to the older Regiments of each Presidency, and to incorporate with Her Majesty's Army, Corps which have so greatly contributed to the acquisition and maintenance of Her Majesty's Dominions in the East. Sir Richard Atkins's Regiment of Foot, raised on the Irish Establishment 23 April 1694, transferred to English Establishment as George Villiers's Regiment of Foot 6 December 1696; disbanded 1698. 13th (1st Somersetshire) (Prince Albert's Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot 1842–1881[36][37], 14th (Bedfordshire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1809[38] Today, the 1st battalion is preparing to move to Cyprus, after being stationed in London for almost 5 years. Royal Warrant 1 July 1751 (PRO/WO/26/21) reprinted in Edwards (1953) pp. The 3rd East Anglian Regiment (16th/44th Foot) was an infantry regiment of the British Army. As a result of the Defence Review, the 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment and the 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment amalgamated on 2 June 1958 to form the 3rd East Anglian Regiment (16th/44th Foot). 35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot 1832–1881[28][64], 36th (Herefordshire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[65], 37th (North Hampshire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1881[66], 39th (East Middlesex) Regiment of Foot 1782–1807 The remaining Territorial battalion of the regiment, the East of England Regiment was re-designated on 1 April 2006 as the 3rd Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment as part of the reforms. The 44th Regiment of Foot was an infantry regiment in the British Army, raised in 1741. [14], 1st Regiment of Foot (Royal Scots) 1812–1821 The 1st Battalion is based in Woolwich, South East London. The Duke of Yorks Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars was a Yeomanry regiment of the British Army. The 3rd East Anglian Regiment (16th/44th Foot) was an infantry regiment of the British Army. ", "His Majesty has been pleased to approve of the 70th Regiment of Foot discontinuing the appellation of the 'Glasgow Lowland Regiment' and of its being permitted to resume its former title, of the 70th, or 'Surrey' Regiment of Foot. Show more. Originally formed as a volunteer cavalry force in 1793, it fought in the Second Boer war as part of the Imperial Yeomanry. The 3rd Battalion has a location in an Army Reserve Centre in close proximity to each of the 10 counties. Leaflet. "The Prince Regent, in the name and on the behalf of His Majesty, has been pleased to direct, that the Battalions of the 95th Regiment shall in future be styled the Rifle Brigade, and that it shall be taken out of the numbered Regiments of the Line. 51st (2nd York, West Riding, Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot 1809–1821[87] The Home Counties Brigade was an administrative formation of the British Army from 1948 to 1968. [9]. The regiment served in many conflicts such as the Second Boer War and both World War I and World War II, serving with distinction in all three. It consists of two Regular battalions and one Reserve battalion. 91st (Argyllshire) Regiment of Foot 1821–1864 The Brigade administered the infantry regiments from the area of England between the Trent, Mersey and Severn rivers that roughly corresponded to the ancient kingdom of Mercia. [25], 4th (The King's Own Royal) Regiment of Foot 1867–1881[26], 5th (Northumberland) Regiment of Foot 1782–1836 It was back in Germany by 1958, when it was merged with The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment to form the 3rd East Anglian Regiment (16th/44th Foot). In 2006, the Queen's Lancashire was further amalgamated with the King's Own Royal Border Regiment and the King's Regiment to form the present Duke of Lancaster's Regiment. [8], The collar badges and lanyard of the 3rd East Anglians continued to be worn by the 3rd battalion of the Royal Anglian Regiment after the 1964 amalgamation. The 1751 warrant confirmed the royal titles or other special designations of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 7th, 8th, 18th, 21st, 23rd, 27th and 41st regiments. The 3rd East Anglian Regiment (16th/44th Foot) was an infantry regiment of the British Army. The existing 96th–103rd regiments were redesignated as the 95th–102nd.[7]. Scottish and Irish regiments were only allowed to take a rank in the English army from the date of their arrival in England or the date when they were first placed on the English establishment.[2]. [73][76], 43rd (Monmouthshire) Regiment of Foot 1782–1803 When the three East Anglian Regiments and the Royal Anglian Regiment were formed their TA battalions remained in being, still with their old county titles. 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