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37 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps

Unit Histories

From To Type Notes
06-Jun-1860 06-Jun-1860 Created at Cranbrook and soon consisted of six companies
04-May-1861 04-May-1861 Divided Into 38 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps at Hawkhurst
04-May-1861 04-May-1861 Divided Into 40 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps at Staplehurst
04-May-1861 04-May-1861 Divided Into 41 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps at Gondhurst
04-May-1861 04-May-1861 Divided Into 42 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps at Brenchley
04-May-1861 04-May-1861 Divided Into 43 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps at Rolvenden
04-May-1861 04-May-1861 Divided Into 44 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps at Lamberhurst
13-Apr-1880 13-Apr-1880 Reorganised as A Company of the new consolidated battalion designated 37 (the Weald of Kent) Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps
13-Apr-1880 13-Apr-1880 Absorbed 5 Kent Rifle Volunteers (Admin) as HQ
13-Apr-1880 13-Apr-1880 Absorbed 38 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps as B Company
13-Apr-1880 13-Apr-1880 Absorbed 40 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps as C Company
13-Apr-1880 13-Apr-1880 Absorbed 41 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps as D Company
13-Apr-1880 13-Apr-1880 Absorbed 42 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps as E Company
13-Apr-1880 13-Apr-1880 Absorbed 43 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps as F Company
13-Apr-1880 13-Apr-1880 Absorbed 3 Cinque Ports Rifle Volunteer Corps as G Company
03-Sep-1880 03-Sep-1880 Converted to 5 Kent Rifle Volunteer Corps

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