Discrete Item AFC 334 - Albert A. Phipps photograph album

Phillipps' Sleigh Band, 4th / 60th Rifles [Colonel Hawley and others] "G" "B" Company, 4th / 60th Rifles Sergeants' Group Camp Komoka The Rectory, London, Ontario Richmond St., London, Ontario River Thames near London, Ontario Morning Stables, "H" Battery, 4th brigade R.A. [Royal Artillery] 4th battalion, 60th Royal Rifles Camp Komoka, September 1867 Mess Servants, Camp Komoka 1867 Crystal Palace, Barracks London, Ontario Officers' Quarters, London, Ontario Dundas St., London, Ontario

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Albert A. Phipps photograph album

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CA ON00353 AFC 334

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  • 1866-1867 (Creation)
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    Phipps, Albert Augustus

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1 album of photographs

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(1847-1875)

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Albert Augustus Phipps was born on 1 July 1847. He was the son of Hon. Sir Charles Beaumont Phipps and Margaret Anne Bathurst. He died on 16 January 1875 at age 27. He served in the 60th King's Royal Rifle Corps, in London, Ontario, among other places ca. 1867. See http://www.thepeerage.com/p8624.htm. He was the Prince Consort Albert's godchild.
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_godchildren_of_members_of_the_British_Royal_Family#Albert.2C_Prince_Consort.

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Item consists of a photograph album containing prints relating to the British military garrison at London, Ontario in the late 1860s.

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