Material relating to the 6th Inniskilling Dragoons and Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Fryer, originally inserted inside album MS 42,408,
|Main Creator:||Fryer, Frederick Arthur Bashford, 1871-1943|
Frederick Arthur Bashford Fryer was born on 13th August 1871 and educated at Charterhouse and the Royal Military College. He joined the 6th Inniskilling Dragoons in 1890 and served in the South African War, Egypt, India, and the First World War. He retired with the rank of Brigadier-General in 1920. He died on 23rd September 1943.
Includes photographs, sketches, correspondence and newspaper cuttings.
See MS 42,408 for the album which contains regimental material from the regiment's service in Egypt and India, including regimental orders, postcards, photographs, telegrams, invitation cards, newspaper cuttings, correspondence, militiary manoeuvres, greeting cards, comment, programmes, regimental newspaper 'The InnisKilliner' (Mhow, 21st March 1911), regimental sports, itinerary of the 5th Cavalry Brigade from Mhow to Jalna manoeuvres, with drawings.
Physical description: 1 folder (12 items).
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|MS 50,294||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
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