Lincolnshire County Rifle Team 1889

The Lincolnshire County Rifle team which competed against Cambridge, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk at Yarmouth in 1889. Fourth from the left on the top row is Sergt. Bulmer, of Spalding, who won the Queen’s Prize in 1886.
Top row: 1, Sergt. Mager (Boston); (Bourne); 2, Pte. Webster (Spalding); 3, Sergt. Bonner (Sleaford) ; 4, Sergt, B Sergt. Bulmer, gold medallist (Spalding); Sergt. Hall (Bourne); Pte. Dobson (Louth); Lieut. Riggall (Alford); Sergt. Wood (Stamford)
Middle row: Sergt. Bevis (Boston); Pte. Stennott (Billingborough); Sergt. Walkley (Stamford); Capt. Lt. Ellwood
(Horncastle); Sergt. Dickinson (Stamford) ; Sergt. Marsden (Louth).
Bottom row: Corpl. Gosling, Sergt. Garnett (Gainsborough); Bandmaster Belcher (Gainsborough); Sergt. Ouzeman (Billingborough); Sergt. Liversage (Gainsborough); Dr. Lowe (Lincoln), secretary of the team.

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Source: Skegness Standard 1929

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