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4th March 1916On this day:
- Re-routing of Units 6th County of London Brigade RFA record an order received late last night to leave billets and proceed to different area as villages were found to be infected with measles. The Brigade started out and had to return to Coyecques where the 15th Battalion London Regiment had billeted itself. After a certain amount of difficulty the Brigade got back into its old billets with certain exceptions. The Brigade Ammunition Column went to Westrehem.
- 13th East Yorks enroute to France The 13th East Yorks sailing to France, passed the Med Fleet at 2am Mar 4th. Passed Malta at 11.30pm.
- 4th Mar 1916 At Buckingham Palace
- 4th Mar 1916 Short Shooting
- 4th Mar 1916 Transports Sunk
- 4th Mar 1916 Baths
- 4th Mar 1916 Heavy Fighting
- 4th Mar 1916 Snipers Active
- 4th March 1916 Move to Hedauville
- 4th of March 1916 Sniper Danger
- 4th Mar 1916 On the Move
- 4th March 1916 New Grenadier party formation
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