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OCL P136 Page 83

Colchester, Leinster Regiment

'Colchester 1922'

  1. [Untitled. Caulfield leading a group of 8-10 on a field trip?]
  2. [Untitled. Rowing on River Colne]
  3. [Untitled. Rowing on River Colne]
  4. [Untitled. Rowing on River Colne]

OCL P136 Page 84

Colchester, Leinster Regiment

'Near Colchester'

  1. [Untitled. Group at riverside, embarking on a boat]
  2. [Untitled. View from boat]
  3. [Untitled. View of bridge over River Colne]
  4. 'Clacton'

OCL P136 Page 87

Miscellaneous photographs from home and abroad:

  1. 'Wiffie'
  2. '?, Donald'

Colchester, Leinster Regiment

'Last March thro' Colchester before 31st July 1922'

  1. [Untitled. Leinster Regiment march through Colchester, view facing approaching parade]
  2. [Untitled. Leinster Regiment march through Colchester, side view of soldiers]
  3. [Untitled. Leinster Regiment marching band in Colchester]
  4. Untitled. Leinster Regiment march through Colchester, side view]

Photograph album of Col. Fitz-Simon

  • IE OCL P136
  • Fonds
  • 1921-1924

Photograph album created by Lt. Col. M. O'Carroll Fitz-Simon, M.C. , who began his military career in Prince of Wales' Leinster Regiment, which was headquartered at Birr. The photographs document a peace-keeping mission the Leinsters undertook in Silesia (now part of Poland) from their departure at Dover on 31 May 1921, through Germany and to their destination of Oppeln (Opole in Poland today). Following the disbandment of the regiment in June 1922, Fitz-Simon joined the King's Own Regiment, Lancaster and the remaining photographs in the album depict scenes from missions in India and Burma. There is also a small number of photographs of people and houses in the Birr area including Whigsborough House, and the burnt out remains of Birr Barracks (following its destruction in the Civil War in July 1922).

Fitz-Simon, Christopher Richard Manners Daniel O'Connell, Lt Col