News: The modern name of Kent is derived from the Brythonic word kantos meaning "rim" or "border", or possibly from a homonymous word kanto "horn, hook"
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Posted by: ann
« on: December 30, 2013, 10:43:46 »

Great photo, hope someone can you help you with identification.
Posted by: John38
« on: December 29, 2013, 20:49:28 »

A friend of mine showed me this photograph. The old chap is her great grandfather. She doesn't know where the photo was taken, but as her family come from Kent there is a good chance that it was taken in Kent.

Any information concerning the equipment/uniform/location etc. would be greatly appreciated
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