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9650 Pte. Alexander Wishart and the 1st Scots Guards are relieved in the trenches by the Northamptonshire Regiment and return to Béthune where they billet in the College des Jeunes Filles. Meanwhile 677 Pte. Henry Gray Wishart and the 1st Seaforths leave Vieille Chapelle and march to billets in Paradis via Fosse. The roads during the movement are recorded as being dry, and the weather quite warm.

In Vierhouck two bomb guns arrive with the Royal Scots Greys and drew of six men are trained in their use. It is not known whether 6391 Pte. John Wishart forms part of a six-man team.

2nd Lieutenant William Ferguson Wishart and the 6th Battalion Scottish Rifles (Cameronians) leave No.2 Rest Camp at 3pm and march to the station where they entrain for La Gorgue Estaires at 6pm.

2413 Pte. Andrew Brock Wishart leaves billets at Béthune with the 9th HLI at 4:15pm and march to Le Marais where all companies arrive during the evening and go into reserve billets.

Privates 27972 George Rodger Wishart and 27414 James Wishart of the 15th Battalion, CEF spend a quiet day in the trenches at Rue-Petillon, and in the fine weather, the ground is starting to dry out.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]