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Last Modified: 1st January 2013
Tony Dixie: Trying to find Steve “Scouse”
Peers, Mark “Arfa” Bailey and Sid “Elliott” Cooper, please get in contact with
me as I am trying to organise a 6 a side football tournament in Wiltshire in
June 2013 and I am trying to get the MT all stars QOH side that won the Garrison
6 a side cup in Hohne three times in a row in the late 80’s early 90’s
Barry Froment: It is with regret to inform you of the death of former RSM Clive Hines ( Daddy ) who passed away peacefully on Friday !4th December ,
Kevin Herron: REME D Squadron 1985 -1990 Looking to
get back in contact with my old drinking Buddies.
John & Lorraine Taylor: Just got on Facebook would appreciate any friend invites off the old gang or contact button below. We are living in the Tamworth area.
Daniel Booth: I am writing to inform you it is
with great sadness and regret that I must inform the Regimental Association of
the death of Corporal Roger Maun ( Masher) who served with The Queens Own
Hussars in the 60's and 70's passed away on Sunday 30th September.
Clinton Pearsall: Hello everyone. I am trying to locate any information on my late Grandfather, Frederick James Smith who, according to his WW1 Attestation form, had spent almost 10 years in service to the 3rd Hussars prior to the outbreak of WW1. He enlisted with the 4th South African Mounted Riflemen the 10th June, 1915 with the rank of Rifleman & it is believed he may have been posted to India prior to this. He was medically discharged from the 4th MR on 9th March 1916, only to sign up again with the 3rd South African Infantry Brigade on 28th April 1916.Any information or help in tracking down more details would be greatly appreciated.
Neil Barton: Hello everyone. I am trying to find
out about my Granddad's service in WW2 with the 7th QOH. I am applying to the
Army Personnel Centre for his full service record however, I wondered if there
was any chance anybody had other photos and anecdotes of what the QOH were up to
in the war. there is a chance he was involved in the retreat from Burma, we know
he was in hospital in Karachi and I have photos from places that look like North
Africa...well travelled at the very least.
Mike Conway: I'm trying to trace people that might of served with my dad John William Conway back in the late 60's he was HQ Sqn at Detmold, Catterick & Maresfield, A Sqn in Aden & Singapore. He knew one person who's passed away, Scouse Burns, but would love to hear from anyone he served with who remembers him.
Ben Mayall B.E.M: Having visited the site it brought back fond memories of my time attached to the Regiment what I consider the best time in my career in the Army. I was with B Squadron in Detmold in 1962 and later with Ind Tank Sqn in Berlin.
Ray Turner: I work with Dav Keeling's
son.....sadly Dav recently passed away.....he has emailed me the
Tony 'Scottie' Scott: C Squadron QOH 1979-1983
: It is with great sadness and regret that I must inform the
Regimental Association of the death of ex Lance Corporal Brian 'Jaggy Bonnet'
Anderson, ex C Squadron LAD. and C Squadron The Queens Own Hussars. If
anybody would like to contact me please reply to the e-mail address on the
David Nichol: It is my sad duty to report the
sad death of my father –in-law Lol Wynne. He passed away on the 9th may 2012 .
To the great QM stores in the sky. Rest in peace my brother in arms and
my-father-in-law. You will be sadly missed.
Tom Charles: "Hello, I'm the grandson of John Shergold who was in "C" Squadron I believe. I'm asking if people who knew him would please contact me. I'd love to know about his time in the Hussars. Also If anyone has any pictures of him I would be more than happy to pay for copies of them. He served from some time in the fifties until the late 60's/early 70's, and he was deployed to Aden (and wounded there).
My email address is on the Contact Button. Thank you in
advance for any information." If you need any more info please don't
hesitate to contact me.
Simon Hogben (Ex 16/5L): I am Treasurer and
PRO (Press Release Officer for the RBL District of Germany) for the Royal British
Legion Branch here in Sennelager Germany.
The Battle of Dettingen
Chris Owen: I have been asked to continue with the
work on the Battle of Dettingen. General Robin Carnegie and I worked together on
and off from the mid 80s. Col Charles Carter has asked me to look at what could
be done to resurrect the "project" following General Robin's death. I am
delighted to do so. I am not an historian but enjoy the challenge of assembling
all the primary and secondary sources. I passed all my original work to general
Robin when I came to France. It looks like I am going to get it all back, and
more besides !!
QOH Bow Ties
Rob Greaves: After many moves in the Army I
somehow lost my very unique QOH bow tie and would like to replace it. I have now
found a supplier that will produce them for me, but with a minimum order of 36.
Would it be possible to post the information below in order to see if I can drum
up interest for that amount?
Denis 'Woody' Woodward: I am sorry to hear of
the death of Richard Vaughan-Griffith. I knew him in Aden when he was awarded
the Military Cross.
Denis Woodward ex REME QOH
Michael 'Mike' Crossfield: Contrary to all beliefs I am still alive and kicking and working as a civil servant in Germany. If anyone is interested, my contact details are via the contact button below:
Ian Coles: Although I did not always see eye to eye with RVG, I am saddened to hear of his death. I wonder if any of you have the contact address of his first wife, Jan, so that I can send her a letter of condolences as I am sure she and their two adult children will miss him too. Last I heard was that she was living in Twyford, Hants but do not have details.
France and Flanders 2012 – A Battlefield Tour
The Regimental Secretary: Spirit of Remembrance is
offering a First World War-themed battlefield tour in April, hear how - and see
some of the places where - the best trained army the British Empire had ever
sent into the field acquitted itself superbly in the face of a numerically
vastly superior enemy.