Berkshire and The War: the "Reading Standard" pictorial record. Volume 2. p 428
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2/4th BATT. ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGIMENT.
[photo, portrait] The late Pte. FRED HATT, 2, Brookside, Wantage. - Killed in action.
[photo, portrait] The late Dmr. ERNEST ALBERT GALE, 18, Tilehurst Road, Reading - Died of wounds. Aged 21.
[photo, portrait] The late Lce.-Sgt. LIONEL VICARY, 34, Bolton Road, Windsor. - Killed in action. Aged 22.
[photo, portrait] The late Sgt. STEPHEN R. WRIGHT, Hoddesdon, late Spencer's Wood. - Killed in action. Aged 24.
[photo, portrait] The late Pte. ALBERT JOHN BOURTON, East Hendred. - Killed in action.
[photo, group, exterior] "A" COMPANY, PHOTOGRAPHED AT CHELMSFORD.