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D Battery 106th Brigade RFA


Derrick
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Dear all,

I am researching Driver W R Conibear of the above unit. He was KIA on 4th June 1917 and buried at the Railway Dugouts Burial Ground.

Has anyone any information which will enable me to learn a little more about what action he might have been involved in at the time of his death?

Many thanks,

Derrick Parsons

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The 106th Brigade spent the entire war with the 24th Division, which landed in France on 4 September 1915 and remained on the Western Front until the Armistice.

On 4 June 1917, the 24th Division was making preparations for the battle of Messines, which officially began on 7 June. If you can get to the National Archives at Kew, you may want to consult the war diary for the unit.

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