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18th April 1915On this day:
- Daily Battery Activity 6th London Brigade RFA 17th Battery, 6th County of London Brigade RFA, which until this date had been in Reserve, took over the position of 15th Battery, which proceeded to Liere.
16th Battery fired twelve rounds at ‘S’ Bend.
17th Battery fired at a communication trench at Cantileux for registration. Range 3525/3725 yards.
2/Lt H B Wells (6th London Ammunition Column) was attached to 17th Battery.
- 4th Yorks land in Boulogne 4th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment land in Boulogne at about 2 am, and make camp on nearby hills. They broke camp at 10pm and marched to Desveen where they entrained for Cassel, the Officers riding in first class carriages, the NCOs and men in cattle wagons.
- Church Parade 9th Lancers in billets at Meteren.
Church of England Parade service at 0915 hours.
2 Officers from England. Captain F.O. Grenfell VC & Captain J.G. Porter rejoin the regiment.
- Transfer to Boulogne Lt. Preston having been relieved by Lt. Mullen proceeded this day to Boulogne for duty.
- 18th Apr 1915 On the Move
- 18th Apr 1915 Trench Work
- 18th Apr 1915 Quiet Day
- 18th Apr 1915 Reconnaissance
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