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On this Day:07-08-1916
Daily Battery Activity - 236th London Brigade Royal Field Artillery report Batteries at disposal of Battery Commanders.
9th Sherwoods Machine gunners in action on The Somme - The Machine Gun Company of the 9th Sherwood Forresters was attached to the South Staffs Regt prior to the Somme Offensive and went into action in Delville Wood on the 7th August 1916.
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Draft 50 OR reported to HQ. Col R.E. CHEYNE 29 Lancers reported & assumed command 8.8.16.
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Those known to have died on 07-08-1916 in the Great War.
- Allen, Pte. Ed.
- Barfield, Pte. George
- Bland, Rflmn. William Arthur
- Bourne, Pte. William
- Clarke, Pte. Harold Edward
- Corbett, Cpl. Joseph Henry
- Cosson, 2nd Lt. John George MID DCM.
- Finch, Lt. Ernest Wilfred Rupert
- Hammond, L/Cp. Robert Henry
- Hammond, L/Cpl. Robert Henry
- Romanini, Rflmn. Louis
- Turvey, Herbert CharlesThe names on this list have been submitted by relatives, friends, neighbours and others who wish to remember them, if you have any names to add, please let us know.
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