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The Headland Family

Photographs kindly submitted by Sgt Chris Headland, 2nd Battalion, The Royal Anglian Regiment.

Sgt Chris Headland, 2005 Sgt Chris Headland, High St, Bedford.

Sgt Chris Headland, Poachers.

Cpl David Arthur Headland 10th June 1932 - 19th May 1997. Cpl David Arthur Headland 10th June 1932 - 19th May 1997.

Cpl David Arthur Headland 10th June 1932 - 19th May 1997: Chris's father.

The Headland Boys

The Headland Boys - WW1
Left to Right: Chris's Grandad (9th Royal Scots), Albert (Hampshires) & Ted (Poachers).

Cpl Issac Edwin Headland (Ted) WW1. 
Cpl Issac Edwin Headland (Ted) WW1. Ted, home on leave before the Great War, still in scarlet tunics.

Cpl Issac Edwin Headland (Ted) WW1.
Ted, Chris's Great Uncle, survived the Great war, despite being wounded and gassed. His son, Albert, would be killed in Italy, 1945.

Uncle Rob Alan Trist

A Poacher's Wedding, Cleethorpes 1940. Chris's Uncle Rob.
Alan Trist, Germany 1953. Chris's Brother-in-law.

Uncle Albert Uncle Rob Ted Chapman Uncle Rob Alan Trist

Left to Right:
1. Albert Headland (son of Isaac Edwin Headland) was Killed in a Flying Accident in Italy in 1945. He had been a Sgt Fighter Pilot on Mustangs with 112 Sqn RAF.
2. Rob Waumsley & his wife. Rob was a survivor of Dunkirk (he was with the British Expeditionary Force).
3. Ted Chapman - Ange's Dad (Chris's father-in-law). Day 1 of his National Service, with the Lincoln's (Standing 2nd left). Rest in Peace Ted (1939 - 2010)
4. Rob Waumsley & his wife, 1940.
5. 2nd Lieutenant A H Trist. Goslar 1953.

Miscellaneous Photographs - Chris Headland

Briefing before a TESEX Coy attack - Jordan 1999 Changing the guard. East Berlin, 1988 - National Volks Armee Checkpoint Charlie 1988 Lourdes, France 1990 Red Nose Day, Belfast 1989. A (Lincolnshire)Coy, The Poachers. Soviet WW2 Memorial. Berlin 1988.