Welcome and Index

Welcome to The Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry

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The Regimental Collect

Almighty God, in whom we put our trust,

grant us your servants of the Duke of Lancaster's Own

Yeomanry the gifts of courage and skill, endurance and

comradeship. These we dedicate in the service of our

Sovereign and Country, and pray your blessings upon all our

endeavours, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.


You are entering the online archives of The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry

This is a compilation of material gathered from personal collections, regimental and squadron sources and from the Museum of Lancashire. The material has been selected, processed and posted by Lieutenant Colonel John Tustin TD (webmaster).

A special thank you is extended to all those who have provided material especially Captain Jimmy Aspinall, PSAO DLOY Squadron, Wigan and Dr Stephen Bull of the Museum of Lancashire, Preston.

Anyone with material to offer for inclusion on the website is asked to contact the webmaster ( dloyeomanry@gmail.com ).

Anyone wishing to donate items to the Regimental Museum is asked to contact the webmaster for the present as the museum is currently closed. Hopefully, "the museum issue" will be positively resolved in 2022, and more guidance will be published here.

Index of Contents

(Updated as more material is uploaded)

Guidon displaying Battle Honours

Regimental Guidon

The Ogilby Muster (TOM)

The Ogilby Muster (TOM) was launched by The Army Museums Ogilby Trust (AMOT) on 3rd November 2021.

TOM is an online platform that provides access to the First World War archives held in Regimental Museums across the UK.

With over 75 participating collections, and more set to join in 2022, TOM will eventually hold over 2

million items including some never-before-seen material. Covering the period 1900 to 1929, the

platform contains documents, photographs, letters, diaries and more, all related to the British Army and

the men and women who served.

Click on the TOM logo below to access the participating museums including

The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry...


DLOY Archives - main index

To continue to Archives of The DLO Yeomanry click on the following links

DLOY Through WWI - Part 2

1939

DLOY Through WW2

26 Years A Yeoman - Personal Account 1973 - 1999 Lt Col John Tustin

D(DLOY) Squadron Archives

B(DLOY) Sqn QOY (part 2 2017- to date)

Large Formal Photographs Section

John OGaunt DLOY Regimental March - Full Score.pdf