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The Browne Award

The Browne Award is presented to the author of the article in Soldiers of the Queen in the relevant year which is considered to be the best for either academic content, originality, outstanding interest or, hopefully a mix of all three criteria. It is voted for by the Council at their March meeting and, if possible, presented at a Society event. It was introduced at a Council meeting on 1st October 1988 and the first award was made in 1989. The following is a list of the winners to date; there were no awards in 1990,1992,1997 or 2003 as the Council did not consider that there was any article of sufficient merit in those years.

1989

S. Monck

2000

Louis Ackroyd

1991

Meurig Jones

2001

David Buttery

1993

Gilles Teville

2002

Leonard Thompson

1994

Michael Barthorp

2004

Edwin Herbert

1995

Roger Stearn

2005

J.P Hicks

1996

Edwin Herbert

2006

N.C Hayes

1998

Ian Cross

2007

Denise Love

1999

Ian Harvie

2008

Rodney Atwood

Howard Browne, the generous donor of the medals, has provide this background on the origin of the award and details of his two ancestors to whom the award is dedicated

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