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At 3:30am in the Neuve Chapelle sector, a patrol report that the Germans are in a house 130 yards in front of the 1st Seaforths right company from which sap runs to the enemy main line. All companies (including 677 Pte. Henry Gray Wishart) work hard all night.


At Mount Kokereel 85 Sgt. Gordon Wishart and the 9th Royal Scots parade at 7:15am and march twelve miles to Ypres, where the arrive at 11:50am and go into billets there. Between 8pm and 12 midnight ‘A’ Coy engage in digging trenches.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]