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9th Loyal North Lancs


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Hi

The 9LNLR took their objectives at Messines and were in and out of the front line there until 25th June when they marched to Radinghem for rest and training. While at that place 1 officer and 255 OR's joined in 5 drafts. They remained in the vicinty until late July.

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As stated the 9th returned to the trenches at Messines on 17th June 1917 before being moved out of the line on 23rd June going firstly to Vierhoucke and on to Hamen Actois on the 24th June. The following day they went to Laires arriving at Radinghem on 26th June 1917. Unfortunately there is no diary at Fulwood for the period 1st July to 22nd July however on 23rd July they were at Cercus, the following day at Hondegham then to Godewaersvelde on 25th and the final entry from the information I obtained at Fulwood had them at Abeele on 26th July 1917. Nothing further I'm afraid..

A well travelled bunch...

Mark

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