Welcome to the Hertfordshire Regiment Museum

An online resource from Hertford Museum

The Hertfordshire Regiment, a volunteer force made up of clerks, postmen, labourers and tradesmen, with the more professional classes in Officer positions, was in existence between 1908 and 1961.

Here you can discover the history of The Hertfordshire Regiment, read inspiring stories of courage in the face of adversity and explore some of our collections.

This website will continue to grow and evolve in response to our growing collections and information we receive. Please do get in touch if you can identify any people in our images or have stories or collections you wish to donate to the museum.

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Explore The Regimental Collections

Our Regimental collection contains thousands of items and, due to limited space, a small selection is on permanent display at Hertford Museum. Reserve collections can usually be made available by appointment. You can explore some highlights of the collections here.

Search for people within our collections

Searching for information on a Hertfordshire Regiment Serviceman? Check our list of names associated with items in our collection here.

Those Who Served

Discover The Stories Of Men Of The Regiment

Discover the stories of some of the people who served in the Hertfordshire Regiment.

In Memory Of

An Online Memorial

Remember a loved one who served in any branch of the armed forces on our online memorial.

Captain Frank Clow

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