48th Pewter Buckle badge
A 3.75 inch (10 cm) pewter emblem of the 48th Highlanders buckle badge mounted on a red felt background in a stained wooden 7.5 inch (19.05 cm) by 9 inch (22.86 cm) frame. Gifted to RSM Douglas P. Chappell, CD.
Unveiling of Battle Honours at the Regimental Memorial, June 4, 1961
An 8.5 inch (21.59 cm) by 11 inch (27.94 cm) folded program of the Memorial Service for the Unveiling of Battle Honours at the Regimental Memorial on Sunday, June 4th, 1961 at 1:30pm. In attendance: Lt. Col. D.C. Haldenby, C.D. Commanding Officer Hon. Capt. Grant Muir Hon Major Ross K. Cameron, C.D. Hon. Major Stewart B. […]
“Laying Up of the Colours” at St. Andrew’s Church, Sunday Oct.18, 1959
A 9.5 inch (24.13 cm) by 12.75 inch (32.38 cm) program of the Laying Up of the Colours at St. Andrew’s Church on Sunday, October 18th, 1959 at 11:00am. This Stand of Regimental Colours, comprised of the Sovereign’s Colour and a Regimental Colour, was the second stand carried by the 48th Highlanders. The first stand, […]
Pte Head, Roy Albert- 48th Highrs Cadets
Roy Head joined the 48th Highlanders cadets during WW2 and retired from the Cadets at the end of the war. Although he did not join the active Regiment Roy returned in the 80s and 90s and volunteered as a member of the Old Comrades Drill team which participated in the 48th Highlanders parades on days […]
Map Case – Lt. J. M. Bowman
Map case used by Lt. J. M. Bowman Khaki coloured canvas map case – 17″ wide by 13 1/2″ high; closing flap on top 17″ x 6 1/2″; 10 metal fastening domes around perimeter and edge of flap. Canvas carry handle on top centre rear of case; metal “H” down sides and across centre of […]
48th Highlanders Service of Remembrance at the Memorial May 23, 1976
A 8.5 (21.59 cm) inch by 11 inch (27.94 cm) folded textured white card stock program of the Service of Remembrance at the Regimental Memorial on Sunday, May 23rd, 1976 at 1100hrs. in attendance: Lt-Col R.J. Simmons, CD Commanding Officer Capt Harold F. Roberts Rev. Maj S.B. East Rev., MBE, MC, DD Maj Ross K. […]
Pte Virag, John Wendel
Virag, John Wendel, SINXXXXXX was with the 48th Highlanders from 15 May 70 to 28 Nov 71 when he transferred to the Regular force, Princess Patricia’ Own Regiment. ” I transferred to the Regular Force in November 1971 and started basic training in Cornwallis in January 1972. My training with the 48th helped me succeed […]
Cpl Spears RA, CD
Robert “Bobby” Spears followed his father Drummer Joe Spears into the 48th Pipes and Drums as a “Boy Drummer” with 2nd (Home) Battalion 48th Highlanders. He was a tenor/bass drummer. After retiring in the 1970s. having reached Compulsory Retirement Age (CRA) Bob continued to play with the band until his death in.
Sgt. Worth, Jerry E.
TOS — 13 Feb 48 SOS — 11 Apr 70 RPOR 17/70
G. L. Cassaday – Music CDs
Abide with Me – 48th Highlanders Pipes and Drums – music CD Footsteps in Time – Royal Regiment of Canada – 2 music CD