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12056 L/Cpl Robert Alexander Wishart and the 1st Highland Light Infantry move back to rest at Calonne. During the period between 11 – 22 march the battalion have suffered 343 casualties.
Privates 3/4067 Robert Wishart, 7397 George Wishart and 2338 Andrew Wishart of the 1st Black Watch spend the first of several days in the divisional reserve at Hinges, where they arrived shortly before midnight the previous evening.
The 6th Cameronians and 2nd Lieutenant William Ferguson Wishart arrive at La Gorgue Estaires about 5pm and go into billets for the night.
9214 Sgt. William Graham Wishart and the 1st Royal Scots are relieved in the trenches by the Honourable Artillery Company and return to Rosenhill Huts. ‘B’ & ‘C’ Coys billet in nearby farms.
At Dickebusch ‘A’, ‘B’ & ‘C’ Coys of the 9th Royal Scots (possibly including 85 Sgt. Gordon Wishart) parade at 8pm before marching to Mount Kokereel near Westoutre, a distance of about 8 1/2 miles, and arrive at 11:30pm. had he not been in those companies Gordon would have remained in the trenches with ‘D’ Coy.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]