King's Own Royal Regiment Museum
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First World War
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Colonels of the King's Own Royal Regiment
Colonel The Hon Henry Berkeley
3rd son of Charles, 2nd Earl of Berkeley, Page of Honour to the Duke of Gloucester and after HRH’s death to Queen Anne. Ensign in Earl of Marlborough’s Regiment of Foot (24th). 1 June 1702. Served at Blenheim and subsequent battles in Flanders. Adjutant 24 February 1708. Lieutenant 25 October 1708. Captain and Lieutenant Colonel 3rd Foot Guards 22 July 1715. Master of Horse to George I, June 1717. Colonel of the King’s Own Regiment 25 December 1717. Transferred to Colonelcy of 2nd Troop of Horse Grenadier Guards 21 April 1719.
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