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The Buffs (later the Buffs Royal East Kent Regiment)

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Date: 1720-2000
Functions, occupations and activities: Army > Infantry
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C1819 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/O38176 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
19th-20th cent: records
National Army Museum Templer Study Centre
See Annual return 2000
2
1720-30: vouchers for pay and equipment (colonel: Thomas Pitt, 1st Earl of Londonderry)
The National Archives
3
1794-1800: receipts, accounts and corresp rel to recruiting
Norfolk Record Office
NRA 34529
4
records
Kent History and Library Centre
See POD Database
5
c1900: record of alliance with Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
National Army Museum Templer Study Centre
6
1810: letter from Captain Joseph Fenwick to Colonel Richard Blunt (last letter, written in his own blood)
National Army Museum Templer Study Centre
See Annual Return 2009
7
1916: notebook, probably kept by Lieutentant Arnold Hett rel to platoon organisation incl 14, 15 and 16 and Battle of the Somme
National Army Museum Templer Study Centre

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Related record creators
  Record creator Description of relationship Dates Category of relationship
1
served with The Buffs
c1914-1917
Associative
2
served in The Buffs
c1940-1944
Associative