‘A’ Coy shelled during the night without damage. Fine day. 126th Battery R.F.A. covers our front.
Quiet night & day. Draft of 115 men joined from base & 2nd Lieut S.H.Dowson, C.B.Sharpe & D.H.Willis. Casualties today 1 killed.
Up to this date the following numbers of Officers & men have passed through Battalion.
Officers served with Battalion 93.
Killed & believed killed 20.
Missing and prisoners of war 9.
Approximate Nos of NCOs & men 3638 [i.e.served with the Battalion]
Missing & prisoners of war 381.
Quiet day, a little artillery firing during the night. ‘A’ Coy’s line being shelled but without damage. Fine. No casualties.
Quiet night and day. Our artillery took over from the French. Work continued on trenches. Fine. No casualties.
Quiet night & day. Work commenced on the Trenches. 1 man wounded. Continue reading
Very quiet, a few ‘Little Willies’ but retaliation from 75’s soon ended any trouble from the Booches [sic]. Rain in evening. No casualties.
Lieut Elkington wounded at 7am. by a Sniper. Quiet day. 3 killed 2 wounded.
HQ & Coy Officers visited trenches near SUCRERIE, MAILLY- MAILLET at 4 am. Battalion moved off at 8 pm. & took over trenches from the French, relief completed by 9 pm. Continue reading
Inspection in the streets of the village by General Munro, Comdg 3rd Army at 3.30pm. Fine day.
Left at 1.30 pm. & marched to BERTRANCOURT (10 miles). Showery. Billeted in barns.