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THE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS,
1914-1918
Dates.
From
21st April
21st
26th
80th ..
8rd )fay
4th
5th
8th
10th
23rd
26th
27th
28th
5th June
9th
17th
20th
1st July
2nd
3rd
4th
7th
16th
19th
12th August
From
January
4th September
6th
6th
9th
loth
12th
18th
19th
20th
24th
30th
5th October
14th
20th
21st
26th
28th
T a
25th April
80th ..
2nd May
8th
lOth
28rd
26th
9th June
17th
20th ..
1st July
4th
6th
16th
19th ..
12th August
Places.
Hooggraaf Cabaret, Reninghelst, Dirty Bucket
Camp, Brandhoek.
Dirty Bucket Camp, Brandhoek.
Support, Kemmel.
Line, Kemmel.
Lissenhoek; Hopoutre Siding, Poperinghe.
Steenvoorde.
Esquelbecq.
By train, Waayenburg (Proven) to Fere-en-
Tardenois; Coulonges.
Coulonges .
Ville-au-Bois, Montigny-sur-Vesle.
Muscourt.
To Concevreux; heavy German attack ; with–
drawal to Meurival, Romain, Breuil-sur–
Ves le; Lance-Corporal
J.
Ha lliweU won V.C.
Huit Voisins, Romain ; German attack; bat-
talion annihilated.
Beaunay.
Reuvcs.
Gaye.
Peas. Battalion reorganized as 1 Company
Lancashire Fusiliers,
3
Companies South
Staffordshire
Regiment
in
.. Sugden's
Brigade" of 50th Division, 21st June.
Gourgan~on.
~ailly-le-Camp.
By train, Mailly-le-Camp to Pont Remy.
Liercourt.
Doudelainville. Composite battalion broken
up, 15th July.
Limercourt , Abbeville.
Rouxmesnil Camp, Dieppe.
Battalion disbanded.
12TH BATTALIOX
Formed at Seaford in September, 1914.
Dates .
To
1914
1915
September
5th
9th
12th
18th
lOth
20th
23rd
20th
5th October
14th
20th
25th
27th
..
5th November
Places.
Seaford; Eastbourne.
Eastbourne; Maidstone ; Seaford; Aldershot.
By train to Folkestone; in s.s.
St . Siriel
t o
Boulogne.
To Allonville.
Allonville.
La
~euville.
Brav-sur-Somme.
Trenches , Bray-sur-Somme.
Morlancourt.
Fouilloy.
Framerville.
Trenches, Bois Touffu, Chuignes.
Reserve, Bayonvil lers.
Reserve, Rainecourt.
Reserve, Vauvillers .
Harbonnieres.
ViIlers-Bretonneux.
By train to Marseilles.
In H .M.T.
Cawdor
and
Saturnia
to Salonika .