Photograph album: trench views at Tambour, and the remains of Becordel on Western Front, including Becordel church bell used to warn of gas attack, views from Flixecourt, the Somme, Vaux Wood, groups of soldiers (some in gas masks), nurse and civilians, 1914-1916. Also headstone of Captain W P Nevill, killed 1 Jul 1916, nd [?1990s]. With inserted note that Nevill was known to his family as 'Billie', nd [?1990s]. Donated by the Rev T S Nevill, brother of W P Nevill
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- SHC Ref No: ESR/25/NEVI/1
- Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking
- Date: 1914-1916
- Format: Archives
- Description: Provenance: note states that The Reverend T S Nevill was the brother of Captain W P [Billie] Nevill [8th (Service) Battalion]. Earlier accession number: 2068 [struck through]. Original captions are in quotation marks. Additional information and descriptions for untitled items have been added in square brackets. For individual descriptions see below.
- Level: Item
- Access Status: Open.
- For more information contact: Surrey History Centre Collections Catalogue
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