9 July 1916

Extract from the war diary of Joseph Norton, 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment

The Battalion had to go to the line again on a working party, which was to bury our dead, which were many. The same day I saw my cousin George Cragg, who got killed the same night.

 Extract from the official war diary of 6th Bn, 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment

Gevenchy

Batt in Village Line.   Situation quiet.  Work, strengthening defences.   3 O.R. rejoined from hospital.

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