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8th June 1915On this day:
- 6th London Brigade RFA prepare to Move 15th London Battery fired 12 rounds on G.4.b.5.3. 16th London Battery did not fire.
17th London Battery, in reply to 2 rounds on our front trenches, 2 rounds H.E. on our communication trenches and 3 rounds on the Le Rutuire from the enemy, fired 4 rounds and 6 rounds on the Bois Carre.
At 2030 one section of each Battery of this Brigade withdrew from its position at Vermelles and proceeded to Lapugnoy to rest.
- 8th June 1915 9th Lancers train
- 8th of June 1915 Keeping a record
- 8th of June 1915 Reconnaisance
- 8th of June 1915 Mine
- More meningitis cases Visited with Deputy Assistant Director Medical Services 27th Division, the Assistant Director of Medical Services (ADMS) XII Division re arrangements for attachment of officers of 12th Division Field Ambulance to this Field Ambulance.
Four cases reported suspected cerebrospinal meningitis in 5/Scottish Rifles ordered to be sent to Isolation Hospital, Bailleul by ADMS 27th Division. Transferred 8 am 9th June.
War diary RAMC 19th Field Ambulance, Erquinghem-Lys
- 8th Jun 1915 Thunderstorms
- 8th Jun 1915 In Bivouacs
- 8th Jun 1915 Brigade Conference
- 8th Jun 1915 Reorganisation
- 8th Jun 1915 Kit Inspection
- 8th Jun 1915 In Billets
- 8th of June 1915 Targets identified
- 8th of June 1915 All quiet
- 8th of June 1915
- 8th of June 1915 GOC visits
- 8th of June 1915 GOC Conference
- 8th Jun 1915 New CO
- 8th June 1915 Visitor
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