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23rd July 1918On this day:
- Daily Activity 9th Btn. (North Irish Horse) the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Day was quiet. Same patrol at night but no bodies were found. The Battalion was relieved by the 9th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and moved with the remainder of Brigade into Divisional Reserve at Spotterke (R.15.d.10.70). Total casualties: 2 Officers and 4 Other Ranks missing, 11 wounded.
- 1st Herefords in action at Parcy Tigny 1st Battalion Herefordshire Regiment and the other units of 102nd Brigade, 34th Division were in action, in conjunction with the French, at Parcy Tigny.
Relief complete 3.15am. Moved back to Brigade Reserve into camp near MORBECQUE.
- 23rd Jul 1918 Advance Made
- 23rd Jul 1918 Ready
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Remembering those who died this day. Private Thomas Henry Bache. Sherwood Foresters Notts & Derby Rgt 2nd Bn. Read their Story. Private John Kilbride. Kings Own Scottish Borderers 7th and 8th Battalions Pte. Arthur John Vesty. West Yorkshire Regiment 1st/8th Battalion Read their Story. Sgt. Jesse Wilson. Cheshire Regiment 1/7th Btn.
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