Kinmonth, W
Introduction
W. Kinmonth
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
2. Photographic Material
3. Museum Objects
4. Miscellanea
5. Printed material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Kinmonth, W
Dates of creation: ca.1860-1931
Extent: 5 files
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: Sudan Archive
Created by: material relating to service in the Sudan
Language: English

W. Kinmonth

1912-1931 Sudan service
1919-1931 Superintendent of Police, Khartoum Province
1931 Commandant of Police, Khartoum Province


Arrangement

1. Official Papers
2. Photographic Material
3. Museum Objects
4. Miscellanea
5. Printed Material

Provenance

Presented by Mrs I. Kinmonth, 1958 & 1966 amd Mr M. Kojan, 2009

1. Official Papers
SAD.508/14
1924 Dec
Commendation on parchment for services rendered by the police in Khartoum during the mutiny, Jul to Nov 1924
2. Photographic Material
SAD.508/13
[c. 1915]
Large photograph of group of freemasons outside All Saints' Cathedral, Khartoum.
Front row, left to right: Rev. Harper, King, Hunt, T.E. Williams, Bishop Gwynne, N.G. Davidson, F.W. Beddison, W. Kinmonth, J.P. Scaife, H. Wynne, G. Barnett, Rev. Durnford. Also featuring J. Cook, O.B. Aram, R.C. Garrett, Metwalli, Nasri Kawar, Whitten, C.H. Baker, A.C. Phillips, Yates, Lawson, Woolf, E. Spittle, Prescott-White, Price, Penberthy, Pryer, Emmerson, Boyle, Hammond, Castle, Snow, Toovey, Scott-Ruffle, Calder, Staines, Grimaldi, O'Hanlan, A.H. House, Gowie, Latham, Kurkdjian, Jennson, Grollo and Hirst
SAD.960/1/1-2
1916
Photographs of General Sir Reginald Wingate, Governor-General, taken just before he left for Egypt:
SAD.960/1/1
1916 Dec 6
Wingate riding through a triumphal arch at Omdurman
SAD.960/1/2
1916 Dec 8
Wingate disembarking from the Khartoum-Omdurman ferry
SAD.960/1/3-4
1920
Photographs of Lord Allenby's visit to the Sudan:
SAD.960/1/3
1920 Jan 13
Lord Allenby entering Khartoum by carriage
SAD.960/1/4
1920 Jan 13 [wrongly dated Feb]
Lord Allenby entering Khartoum by carriage with Sir Lee Stack, Governor-General
SAD.960/1/5-6
1924-1929
Photographs of Khartoum:
SAD.960/1/5
1924 Nov 28
The guard at the Palace waiting for news from the front on the Friday morning before the bombardment commenced. (Photographer: O.B. Aram, Khartoum)
SAD.960/1/6
1929 Apr 28
Habub approaching Khartoum
SAD.960/1/7-28
1925 Feb 15
Photographs of a ceremony to award the King's medal for gallantry to three members of the Khartom Police for services during the disturbances of November 1924:
SAD.960/1/7-8
Left to right: Sol Ibrahim al-Naqib, Sergeant al-Jak Taha and Constable Muhammad 'Abdallah Muhammad, three Khartoum Province policemen who received the King's medal for gallantry
SAD.960/1/9
Kinmonth congratulating the recipients of the King's medal for gallantry
SAD.960/1/10-13
Sir Geoffrey Archer, Governor-General awarding the King's medal for gallantry to members of the Khartoum Province Police
SAD.960/1/14
Sir Geoffrey Archer reading his speech, with R.E.H. Baily standing to his right
SAD.960/1/15
R.E.H. Baily, Deputy Governor Khartoum, reading the Arabic translation of the Governor-General's speech. To Baily's left are Sir Geoffrey Archer, P.Munro, Governor Khartoum Province and Kinmonth
SAD.960/1/16
R.E.H. Baily, Deputy Governor Khartoum, reading the Arabic translation of the Governor-General's speech. Behind are Sir Wasey Sterry, Legal Secretary and C.E. Lyall, Civil Secretary.
SAD.960/1/17
Officer replying to Sir Geoffrey Archer's speech
SAD.960/1/18
Sir Geoffrey Archer taking the salute during the march past. Behind him is General H. Huddleston.
SAD.960/1/19
Inspection of the Khartoum Province Police. Left to right: Kinmonth, P. Munro, Governor Khartoum Province, Sir Geoffrey Archer, Governor-General and Col W.D. Kenny, Military Secretary.
SAD.960/1/20
Members of Khartoum Province Police lined up on parade
SAD.960/1/21
Sir Geoffrey Archer being introduced to the Assistant Superintendent and police officers
SAD.960/1/22
1925 Feb 4
Sir Geoffrey Archer inspecting the Foot Police. To the left, on horseback is Bashir Effendi, Police Officer from Omdurman.
SAD.960/1/23
Sir Geoffrey Archer inspecting the Camel Police
SAD.960/1/24
R.E.H. Baily talking to Kinmonth before the inspection of the Khartoum Province Police
SAD.960/1/25
Lawson on horseback on front of the Mounted Police
SAD.960/2/1-17
1925 Apr 7
Photographs of H.R.H. the Duke of York's visit to Khartoum. Some are from a sequence, with numbers written on the front:
SAD.960/2/1
Guard of honour provided by the 9th Sudanese Battalion (No 1)
SAD.960/2/2
Presenting colours to the Dorsetshire Regiment (No 2)
SAD.960/2/3
Guard of honour provided by the Dorsetshire Regiment (No 4)
SAD.960/2/4
Band of the Dorsetshire Regiment (No 5)
SAD.960/2/5-6
Guard of honour provided by the Dorsetshire Regiment and officials possibly awaiting the arrival of the Duke of York. Identified are Sire Geoffrey Archer, Governor-General and his aide de camp.
SAD.960/2/7
Inspection of the guard of honour
SAD.960/2/8
Waiting officials. Left to right: Cowan, P. Munro (Governor Khartoum Province), Aide de Camp to the Governor-General, Sir Geoffrey Archer, R.V. Bardsley (Private Secretary to the Governor-General)
SAD.960/2/9
Band of the 9th Sudanese Battalion, with the Kitchener School of Medicine in the background (No 6)
SAD.960/2/10
Sir Geoffrey Archer greeting the Duke of York (No 9)
SAD.960/2/11
The Duke of York taking the salute, with the Duchess of York to his left and Sir Geoffrey Archer on his right (No 10)
SAD.960/2/12
Group in front of the Duke's train, including R.V. Bardsley (Private Secretary to the Governor-General), General H. Huddleston, P. Munro (Governor Khartoum Province) and the Duke of York
SAD.960/2/13
The Duke of York greeting officials on the platform at Khartoum station, with Lady Annaly to his right (No 12)
SAD.960/2/14
Inspection of the guard of honour (No 14)
SAD.960/2/15
Escort for the Duke and Duchess of York by Khartoum Province Mounted Police, in front of the Gordon statue (No 16)
SAD.960/2/16-17
Duke and Duchess of York passing the Gordon statue in the Governor-General's car (Nos 17-18)
SAD.508/11
[c. 1928]
Large photograph of senior staff of the governorate of Khartoum, including E.G. Sarsfield-Hall, Governor (seated centre) and Kinmonth
SAD.508/12
[c. 1928]
Large photograph of Khartoum Province Police, taken at Khartoum, with E.G. Sarsfield-Hall in centre
SAD.960/2/18-24
[1920s]
Photographs of Khartoum Province Police:
SAD.960/2/18
Officers and men of the Khartoum Province Police seated behind large framed certificate
SAD.960/2/19-20
1924
Policeman of the Khartoum Province Camel Police
SAD.960/2/21
Sergeant of the Khartoum Province Mounted Police
SAD.960/2/22
Members of the Khartoum Province Police with small British boy dressed in identical uniform
SAD.960/2/23
Camel Policemen and their mounts outside the police barracks
SAD.960/2/24
Mounted Policemen
SAD.960/2/25-27
[1920s]
Photographs of local dignitaries:
SAD.960/2/25
The 'umdah of Tuti Island, with British man
SAD.960/2/26-27
'Umdah Ya'qub and his special Ta'ishi constables
SAD.960/2/28-33
[1920s]
Photographs of W. Kinmonth:
SAD.960/2/28-32
1920 Jan 15 and n.d.
Kinmonth on horseback
SAD.960/2/33
Dwelling house, probably Kinmonth's home in Khartoum
SAD.960/2/38-42
[1920s]
Photographs of Sudanese:
SAD.960/2/38-40
Line of Sudanese men with their donkeys
SAD.960/2/41
Line of Sudanese men with horses and carriages
SAD.960/2/42
Sudanese boys with tame gazelle
SAD.960/2/34-37
1931
Group of men and women standing beside an Imperial Airways passenger biplane, "the City of Arundel", possibly carrying the first airmail to reach Khartoum. Photos taken by Karakashian Bros.
3. Museum Objects
SAD.645/1/1-9
66/7; 1864/5-1912/3
Eight coins and one token, including four coins minted in Omdurman by the Mahdist state, one of which was supposedly found on the battlefield at Omdurman.
1. 1281 [1864/5], (1277 with regnal year 5), Ottoman 10 para; with perforation
2-4. 1312 [1894/5], Mahdist riyals (20 piastres) struck in Omdurman, dually dated with regnal year 12
5. 1312 [1894/5], Mahdist 12 piastres struck in Omdurman, without regnal year
6. 1330 [1911/12], (1327 with regnal year 4), Ottoman 5 para
7. 1331 [1912/13], (1327 with regnal year 5), Ottoman 10 para
8. [?19th/early 20th-century] Indian Islamic temple token, imitating Akbar silver rupee 988 [1580/1]
9. 66-67 C.E. (Nero, regnal year 13) silver tetradrachm, Alexandria, Egypt
4. Miscellanea
SAD.105/83/1-3
1931 Jan 17-May 22
Invitations to Mr and Mrs Kinmonth from the Governor-General and Mrs Maffey, Captain and Mrs M.A. Carthew-Gorstoun and Major P.D. Mulholland, and Yahya Emran and Ahmad Gally, ma'murs of Khartoum District
SAD.105/83/4
1931 Feb 2
Menu for a ladies' evening of the Sir Reginald Wingate Lodge, held at the Grand Hotel in Khartoum, with autographs of those attending
5. Printed material
Durham University Library Printed material deposited with collection; now integrated into library and catalogued on OPAC. Sudan Almanac, 1930