North Midland Division

constIn 1910 the North Midland Brigade comprised of the following units

In order of Precedence

Royal Engineers.-

  • 1st North Midland Field Co. R.E.
  • 2nd North Midland Field Co. R.E.
  • North Midland Divisional telegraph Co. R.E

Lincoln and Leicester Infantry Brigade.-

  • 4th Leicester Regiment
  • 5th Leicester Regiment
  • 4th Lincolnshire Regiment
  • 5th Lincolnshire Regiment

Notts and Derby Infantry Brigade.-

  • 5th Notts and Derby Regiment
  • 6th Notts and Derby Regiment
  • 7th Notts and Derby Regiment
  • 8th Notts and Derby Regiment

Staffordshire Infantry Brigade.-

  • 5th South Stafford Regiment
  • 6th South Stafford Regiment
  • 5th North Stafford Regiment
  • 6th North Stafford Regiment

Army Service Corps.-

  • Headquarter Co. A.S.C.
  • Lincoln and Leicester Brigade Co. A.S.C.
  • Notts and Derby Brigade Co. A.S.C.
  • Staffordshire Brigade Co. A.S.C.

Royal Army Medical Corps.-

North Midland Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance

  • 1st North Midland Field Ambulance
  • 2nd North Midland Field Ambulance
  • 3rd North Midland Field Ambulance

ASC

North Midland Divisional Transport and Supply Column

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 46 NM Division RAMC

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North Midland Cyclist Company

(Image Courtesy of Tom Jordan)

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  1. David Murray

    Hello. Whilst metal detecting one of my fields I was very fortunate to find a identity tag for a soldier of the 2nd North mids BDE RFA.
    During WW1 I have been told there was artillery billeted at the farm and this is the third item found to prove this. My question is, is it possible to put together the history of this soldier or even information on how long the north mids were billeted at this farm?
    This farm and surrounding land was used not only during WW1 but also a transit and POW camp during WW2. I have about forty or so identity tags from WW2 ranging from an American, German and mostly from Stalag camps, in time I intend to research all.
    Kind regards
    David

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