Archive for June, 2011

Wednesday 29th June 1916

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

[Leap Year adjustment]
Usual fatigues.
10/4007 Pte Tamati H. Retd from hospital

Tuesday 28th June 1916

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

[Leap Year adjustment]
Usual fatigues.
24/1722 Pte Macpherson A. Evacuated to Hospital

Monday 27th June 1916

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

[Leap Year adjustment]
Usual fatigues.
10/2835 Pte Allan A. Evacuated to Hospital
23/1652  “    Hall W.G.        “       “       “
10/4007  “    Tamati H.        “       “       “

Sunday 26th June 1916

Monday, June 27th, 2011

[Leap Year adjustment]
Enemy again shelled the town.         Usual fatigues.
10/1303 Sgt McNicol Evacuated to Hospital
10/1295  Sgt Major Morgan     “    “       “

Saturday 25th June 1916

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

[Leap Year adjustment]
Germans repeated their shelling round our billets killing 2 civilians & wounding 1 soldier & several civilians. Usual fatigues.

Friday 24th June 1916

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

[Leap Year adjustment]
2nd/Lt A J ?  Williams posted to the company from 1st. Cant. Regt.
               The Germans shelled round our billets – usual fatigues.

Thursday 23rd June 1916

Friday, June 24th, 2011

[Leap Year adjustment]
Usual fatigues supplied.

Wednesday 22nd June 1916

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

[LeapYear adjustment]
Remainder of the company have bathing parade. Usual fatigues.
               10/3170 Pte Armitage G. Evacuated to Hospital

Tuesday 21st June 1916

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

[Leap Year adjustment]
Half the company had bathing parade & we supplied the usual fatigues.
               We received 10 reinforcements.

Monday 20th June 1916

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

[Leap Year adjustment]
We were relieved by Otago 2nd Battn and went into Reserve in Billets in Armentieres.
[Covering letter with Diary pages] 
To O.C. 7th West Coast Regt
            N.Z. Military Forces
                                 O.C. 7th West Coast Coy
                                 2nd Battn. Wellington Regt
Enclosed find copy of the diary of the West Coast Coy 2nd Wellingtons. I should suggest [...]