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Remembered Today:

9th Bn Cheshire Regiment


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Date of birth, where was he from, any family details, etc.

He was born at Bootle and originally enlisted in the 15th Battalion (Bantams) at Bebington, but he only served in France with the 9th Battalion



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Find my Past has a medical record for Arthur. Admitted to No3 Casualty Clearing Station 4/11/1916 with multiple gunshot wounds , from which he died.



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Tha battalion were in the trench line north of Thiepval from 2 Nov 1916 to 5 Nov 1916.  The war diary (here on Ancestry) https://www.ancestry.co.uk/interactive/60779/43112_2090_0-00000?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=43112_2090_0-00559 or National Archives at WO 95/2090/1 records intense shelling each day with a number of men killed and about 23 wounded.  The medical record referred to above has other men of 9 Cheshires admitted at about the same time.


The trench line was in the top two quadrants of square R20 on the trench map and image at:






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