Border Regiment

Dates Locations Higher Formation/Remarks
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. 4th (Cumberland and Westmorland) Battalion, The Border Regiment .
1947.01.01 Reconstituted in T.A. with HQ at Kendal 126 (North Lancashire) Infantry Bde
. A Company at Carlisle .
. B Company at Penrith .
. C Company at Windermere .
. D Company at Kendal .
1959.10.01 Transferred to the corps of The King's Own Royal Border Regiment without change of title .
1967.04.01 Disbanded and concurrently reconstituted as two Higher Formation: .
. Part of A Company (King's Own Border), Lancastrian Volunteers, formed in TAVR II at Carlisle .
. 4th (Territorial) Battalion, The Border Regiment formed in TAVR III with HQ at Carlisle, absorbing other T.A. Higher Formation: .
. A (Cumberland Artillery) Company at Workington .
. B (Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry) Company at Carlisle, successor to 851 (Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry) Field Battery RA .
. D (The Westmorland) Company at Kendal, successor to 4th Bn The Border Regt, and 149 Field Ambulance RAMC .
1969.01.01 TAVR III element reduced to cadre as 4th Battalion, The Border Regiment at Carlisle, sponsored by Lancastrian Volunteers (and artillery and yeomanry lineage ceased) .
1971.04.01 Cadre reconstituted as B (4th Border Regiment) Company, Northumbrian Volunteers at Kendal and Penrith, and yeomanry lineage discontinued .
1973.10.08 A Coy at Carlisle omitted subtitle .
1975.04.01 Companies reorganised in 4th (Volunteer) Battalion, The King's Own Royal Border Regiment [q.v. for subsequent Cumbrian and Lancaster lineages] .
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