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The Star and Garter archers were Sgt Joseph Blackmore of the Royal Garrison Artillery, Pte Dennis Goodman of the Royal Field Artillery, Charles Groves of the Somerset Light Infantry, Pte Gerrard Grimshaw of the 2nd East Yorkshire Regiment, Signaller William Foster of the Royal Garrison Artillery, Cpl Charles Horrobin of the Welsh Regiment, Driver Henry Tomlinson of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, and Trooper William Twiss of 148th Regiment Royal Armoured Corps.
He was discharged from the Glasgowbased Highland Light Infantry in 1903 but joined the Plymouth-based Royal Garrison Artillery in 1906.
George was rejected from the Royal Garrison Artillery after basic training.
We do know that Thomas Clements was in the Royal Garrison Artillery during the First World War, and later joined the Black and Tans, which were formed to assist the Royal Ulster Constabulary during the troubles in Ireland.
He had joined Wallasey Borough Police after a distinguished war career with the Royal Garrison Artillery in which he was mentioned in dispatches.
William Elder, aged 107, from Nottinghamshire, a soldier with the Royal Garrison Artillery - who has 17 great-grandchildren.
GUNNER WILLIAM ELDER, 105 MEMBER of Royal Garrison Artillery.
Although the British Army were only accepting infantry and yeomanry volunteers for South Africa and not artillery, the 1st Northumberland Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers) managed to persuade officialdom to make an exception and was given permission to raise a battery for the war.