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Saturday, 11 June 2011

Diary Entry - 10th June, 1916

Having gone up to the OP the previous night, I remained up there until seven fifteen. Sergeant Hedge came up with the signallers in the morning and was shown all the front. He did the observing all day but, as there were numerous thunder showers with occasional lightning and thunder, there was not much to be seen. Hoyland had returned from leave on Friday night, reaching the battery at eleven thirty. Siggers was also away all Friday in Bethune getting material for the gun pits.

1 comment:

  1. this would be Sgt (Corporal in 1914) William James Hedge (41078)