Infantry Volunteers

Middlesex

1853: The Victoria Volunteer
Rifle Corps
1859: 1st Middlesex
Rifle Volunteer Corps
1860: 1st Middlesex
(Victoria)
Rifle Volunteer Corps






11th Middlesex
(St. George’s)
Rifle Volunteer Corps






37th Middlesex RVC
part of
4th Adminstrative Battalion of
Middlesex Rifle Volunteers






21st Middlesex RVC
27th Middlesex RVC
31st Middlesex RVC
34th Middlesex RVC


merged as
21st Middlesex
(Civil Service)
Rifle Volunteer Corps
22nd Middlesex
(Queen’s)
Rifle Volunteer Corps






1861:







37th Middlesex
Rifle Volunteer Corps









1869:









37th Middlesex
(St. Giles’s and St. George’s,
Bloomsbury)
Rifle Volunteer Corps











1875:















50st Middlesex
(Bank of England)
Rifle Volunteer Corps





Consolidation and renumbering of the Volunteer Force
1880:



6th Middlesex
(St. George’s)
Rifle Volunteer Corps

19th Middlesex
(St. Giles’s and St. George’s,
Bloomsbury)
Rifle Volunteer Corps
12st Middlesex
(Civil Service)
Rifle Volunteer Corps

25st Middlesex
(Bank of England)
Rifle Volunteer Corps

13th Middlesex
(Queen’s)
Rifle Volunteer Corps
(Westminster)
The creation of the territorial regiments by the Childers reforms
1881:
volunteer battalion of
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps

volunteer battalion of
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps

volunteer battalion of
The Prince Consort’s Own
(The Rifle Brigade)
volunteer battalion of
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps

volunteer battalion of
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps

volunteer battalion of
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps

1891: 1st Middlesex
(Victoria)
Volunteer Rifle Corps

6th Middlesex
(St. George’s)
Volunteer Rifle Corps

19th Middlesex
(St. Giles’s and St. George’s,
Bloomsbury)
Volunteer Rifle Corps
12th Middlesex
(Civil Service)
Volunteer Rifle Corps

25th Middlesex
(Bank of England)
Volunteer Rifle Corps

13th Middlesex
(Queen’s)
Volunteer Rifle Corps
(Westminster)
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1892: 1st Middlesex
(Victoria and St. George’s)
Volunteer Rifle Corps



12th Middlesex
(Civil Service)
Volunteer Rifle Corps



1898:







The Prince of Wales’s Own
12th Middlesex
(Civil Service)
Volunteer Rifle Corps




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Creation of the Territorial Force
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1908: 9th (County of London) Battalion,
The London Regiment
(Queen Victoria’s Rifles) (TF)
15th (County of London) Battalion,
The London Regiment
(Prince of Wales’s Own,
Civil Service Rifles) (TF)
16th (County of London) Battalion,
The London Regiment
(Queen’s Westminster Rifles) (TF)
9th London
15th London
16th London
1916:
transferred to
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
transferred to
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
transferred to
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
1920: 9th (County of London) Battalion,
The London Regiment
(Queen Victoria’s Rifles) (TF)

15th (County of London) Battalion,
The London Regiment
(Prince of Wales’s Own,
Civil Service Rifles) (TF)
16th (County of London) Battalion,
The London Regiment
(Queen’s Westminster Rifles) (TF)

Creation of the Territorial Army
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1921: 9th (County of London) Battalion,
The London Regiment
(Queen Victoria’s Rifles) (TA)
16th (County of London) Battalion,
The London Regiment
(Queen’s Westminster and
Civil Service Rifles) (TA)
6th London
16th London
1922: 9th London Regiment
(Queen Victoria’s Rifles) (TA)

16th London Regiment
(Queen’s Westminster and
Civil Service Rifles) (TA)
1937: Queen Victoria’s Rifles,
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
The Queen’s Westminsters,
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
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1939: 1st Battalion,
Queen Victoria’s Rifles,
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
2nd Battalion,
Queen Victoria’s Rifles,
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
1st Battalion,
The Queen’s Westminsters,
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
2nd Battalion,
The Queen’s Westminsters,
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
1941: 7th Battalion
(Queen Victoria’s Rifles),
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
8th Battalion
(Queen Victoria’s Rifles),
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
11th (Queen’s Westminsters)
Battalion,
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
12th (Queen’s Westminsters)
Battalion,
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
Resurrection of the Territorial Army
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1947: Queen Victoria’s Rifles,
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
(TA)
The Queen’s Westminsters,
The King’s Royal Rifle Corps
(TA)
QVR
QWestminsters
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1961: The Queen’s Royal Rifles (TA)
QRR
Creation of the Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve
1967: disbanded and formed
B Company (Queen’s Royal Rifles),
4th (Volunteer) Battalion,
The Royal Green Jackets

and
A Company (Queen’s Royal Rifles),
5th (Territorial) Battalion,
The Royal Green Jackets