The Association is headquartered in the UK but with an active team resident in Ireland.

 How to become a member

We welcome all new members whatever their connection with, or interest in, the Leinster Regiment. The initial contact for new members will be to the membership secretary – all other contacts and enquiries to the Secretary.

Membership Secretary – Robert Templeman:

 Service records

Please note we do not hold individual soldier’s records. However, please look at the Useful Links page on this website where you might find websites that can help you.

Leinster Regiment soldiers’ documents are archived at the UK National Archives, in Kew, London.

Subscribers to commercial websites Ancestry and Find My Past also have access to soldier’s documents.

Contact the Association.

If you wish to contact the Association, the preferred method is to use the Association’s web message form that will send us an email. We will endeavour to respond to genuine enquiries within two business days.

Before you send us an email, as stated previously, please be aware that we are not the repository for the records of former soldiers of the Regiment.

Association Secretary – David Ball:

If you wish to write to the Association at our postal address, please allow seven working days for a response.

Honorary Secretary
The Leinster Regiment Association
7 Nethercombe House
Ruthin Road
London SE3 7SL

Financial and Journal enquiries.

Treasurer and Journal Editor – Ian Lowe: