No record in the War Diary [WO/95/2694]
11th: A very nasty wet day. The enemy shelled some of our own C.T.s in the evening.
12th: Another wet day. The 8th Battn relieved the 7th Battn in the left sector trenches, the latter Battn going back in Brigade Reserve Reserve in Mont St Eloy.
13th-15th: Normal day. Weather got bad again & trenches are made difficult to clear. This also increase labour where earth has to be dug.
139 Infantry Brigade: Headquarters War Diary [WO95/2692]
Men who died of wounds
3835 Pte William Slack a labourer from Chesterfield who enlisted in February 1915 and arrived in France with the 7th Reinforcement in April 1916. William died at the 30th Casualty Clearing Station of wounds received.
Men who were wounded
3212 Pte Ernest Hutchinson was wounded with “B” Company.
1992 Pte Herbert William Hunt a miner from Pisley and a Pre-War Territorial suffered a GSW to the face, eye and right arm and returned to England.
3667 Pte Stephen Self a wool labour from Matlock Bath was wounded with “D” Company.