Saturday 23rd July 1916

Sunday, July 24th, 2011

[Leap Year adjustment]
Routine Work.
10/1652 Pte W. Sheehan  wounded

Saturday 16th October 1915

Saturday, October 16th, 2010

Routine as usual.
Sent to Hospital
10/1725 Archer I.
10/1652 Sheehan W.
10/1769 Carew E.
10/2650 Horsnby R.
10/2534 Brooks P.F.
Sent to hospital from detachment
10/1245 Grant E.
Added to strength
10/2378 Nielsen J.P. From Hospital

Wednesday 13th October 1915

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

Company on parade & fatigue.
Added to Strength
10/1652 Sheehan W.       From Hospital
 Struck off Strength
10/510 L/C Reading H.              Hospital
10/2649 Honore J.G.                 Hospital

Friday 8th October 1915

Friday, October 8th, 2010

Coy returns from segregation camp and joins up with 6th Reinforcements. Lt Tremewan assumes command of Wellington West Coast Company.
Added to strength
 10/1723 Chatfield J.            Sick Hospital
Struck off Strength
10/2222 McIntosh H.D.      Sick Hospital
10/1652 Sheehan W.            Sick Hospital

Friday 24th September 1915

Friday, September 24th, 2010

Added to strength 10/1977 Scrimshaw W. 10/1652 Sheehan W.

Monday 9th August 1915

Monday, August 9th, 2010

The Battalion was relieved by Otago Battalion at 2 am.
The Coy which returned under Lieut McKinnon comprised 3 NCOs & 15 men.
Casualty List.
         Killed        2 officers      16 men
         Wounded   2 officers    47  men
         Missing                          74 men
 The Battalion in Support on Chalik Dere.
The following men who returned from the Firing line were sent to Sick Hpl
Pte Johnston [...]

Wednesday 28th July 1915

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

At 7.30 am the Coy moved from Canterbury Rest Gully to Quinn’s Post and took over sub-posts 4.5.6 from Canterbury Battn.
The 24 hours passed very quietly. 10/1652 Pte Sheehan W was slightly wounded.
The following returned from Hospital
10/488 Pte Svenson C.                     10/395 Pte Jackson J.K.E.
10/1083 Pte Bradley C.A.K.             10/448 Pte Moynihan R.
10/530 Pte Stock G.
The following men [...]