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22nd October 1915On this day:
- Much Shelling 6th County of London Brigade RFA fire in retaliation only. There was much shelling by the Germans: Loos, the Chalk Pit (here smoke shells were accidentally ignited), and the Double Crassier were all shelled, we retaliated.
Bombardier Rutson and Gunner Wootten (16th London Battery) were wounded.
(Note - It appears they both survived as there is no trace of them in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Records).
- 22nd October 1915 9th Lancers reinforced
- Continued standby E Battery 3rd Brigade RHA
moved to new village for want of water. Left at 1530 and marched to Huquillier 4 miles from Brigade Headquarters at Perenty. Captain C.T. Walwyn ordered to report himself at war office as soon as possible.
- 22nd Oct 1915 Happier than at Home
- 22nd Oct 1915 Engine Malfunction
- 22nd Oct 1915 Cut up Badly
- 22nd Oct 1915 To Be Played to the End
- 22nd Oct 1915 Route March
- 22nd Oct 1915 Trench Visit
- 22nd Oct 1915 Training
- 22nd Oct 1915 On the March
- 22th Oct 1915 Reliefs
- 22nd Oct 1915 Trench Work
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