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A few months ago, we published an article describing the work of Queen's Own Rifles and Airborne Regiment veteran Billy Willbond (Volume 21 Issue 4, May 2014).
The idea came to Hermant after talking shop with his dad, a former reservist with the Queen's Own Rifles.
He said the Queen's Own Rifles regiment has purchased a table at the dinner.
2) Sergeant Aubrey Cosens of The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, aged 23 years 281 days.
AT BERNIERES-SUR-MER, THE QUEEN'S OWN RIFLES FACED INTENSE GUNFIRE AS THEY WADED TOWARDS THE SHORE.
I went on a clerk admin group 1 course in 1959 to Camp Borden and was company clerk for Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada.
They are the London and Oxford Fusiliers, the Lincoln and Welland Regiment, the Queen's York Rangers, the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment, Stormont Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders, the Canadian Grenadier Guards, the Voltigeurs of Quebec, the Royal New Brunswick Regiment and finally--a long way from home--the Royal Newfoundland Regiment.
In 1910 Sir Henry Pellatt retired with the rank of Major-General from the Queen's Own Rifles regiment and was made Commander of the Royal Victorian Order.