On these days 29th and 30th June 1918

29.6.18: Hostile artillery active on roads and trenches of right subsection. Nine patrols were out during the night.

30.6.18: Quite except for some artillery action on the front line of right subsection. Nine patrols were out, two of which were by daylight.

139 Infantry Brigade: Headquarters War Diary [WO95/2692]


307701 Pte Cyril John Rickett

Cyril John Rickett died of his wounds at home in Nottingham aged 19. Married to Millicent Gertrude Rickett of West Bridgford.

Most likely arrived in France in 1916 and was still serving in spring 1917 during the Territorial Force renumbering.


118287 Pte Harold Streets

Harold Streets of the 5th Reserve Battalion died of sickness in Hospital near Salfleet aged 19. Had only been mobilised in May 1918. Buried Heapham Lincs.

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