Herbert Nottage papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

2 badges (nd); Identification tag (nd); Queen's Westminster Rifles (16th County of London Battalion, The London Regiment) Standing Orders (June 1912); 2 booklets "Queen's Westminster Rifles (16th County of London Battalion, The London Regiment) 'C' Company Details of Competitions, Company Roll, &c" (1910, 1914); "Queen's Westminster Rifles (16th County of London Battalion, The London Regiment) 'C' Company report" (1912-1913); Manuscript diary (22 July 1917-14 July 1919); 8 photographs and picture postcards (29 September 1914-22 May 1918, nd); Detention certificate (12 June 1919); Press cuttings (nd); Kasmi tramway ticket (nd); Manuscript pass (9 August 1914); Manuscript letter from W.G. MacPherson (4 November 1918); Separation Allowance and Allotment of Pay form (9 February 1917); Pay form [1917]; Army letter regarding sickness of H.H. Nottage (27 December 1917); Employment certificates (18 October 1916); Discharge certificate (23 October 1914); Mess card (nd); Tram tickets (nd); Medical certificate (4 July 1919); Pass (14 February-13 March 1917); Demobilization certificate (12 August 1919); Protection and identity certificate (15 July 1919); Certificate of employment during the War (19 December 1916-11 February 1919); Typescript letter from Woolwich Dockyard (16 August 1919); Soldier's demobilization account (6 November 1916-3 August 1919); Certificate of Attestation (nd); Proclamation to the people of Iraq (2 November 1918); Receipt (nd); Letter to Cecil [Rowell] (22 April 1915); 2 manuscript letters from Cecil Rowell (nd); Manuscript letter from his brother Ernest (5 June 1919); Manuscript accounts, 4 August 1917-14 July 1919 (nd); Typescript note regarding accounts (27 October 1919); Postcard relating to account book (nd); Army form relating to account [1919]; Manuscript letter and memoranda regarding accounts and discharge (24 July-29 October 1919).

Administrative / Biographical History

Herbert Henry Nottage, born in 1893, was a Private, Queen's Westminster Rifles (16th County of London Battalion, The London Regiment), and 1016 Motor Transport Company, ASC (Army Service Corps), serving in Mesopotamia and India.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted.

Acquisition Information

The papers were placed in the Collection by Mrs Jean D. Steele in 1986.

Note

In English.

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed.

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