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123rd Field Company, Royal Engineers


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I'm trying to unearth any information on this unit during the time it was based at Senlis during the spring of 1918.

Any help will be much appreciated.

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It was part of 38th (Welsh) Division and the War Diary, which should tell you exactly where it was and what it was doing, is in file WO95/2547 in the National Archives at Kew. You may be able to order a copy on-line through the National Archives website.

Ron

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It was part of 38th (Welsh) Division and the War Diary, which should tell you exactly where it was and what it was doing, is in file WO95/2547 in the National Archives at Kew. You may be able to order a copy on-line through the National Archives website.

Ron

Cheers Ron.

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I'm a bit puzzled. The 123rd are not listed on the official site list of histories?

Gunner Bailey

They aren't the only unit missing! Possibly the RE historians haven't got round to them yet.

Ron

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