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The 15th Canadian Infantry Battalion embark for England on board the Megantic at Quebec. Amongst the ranks were 27972 Pte. George R Wishart (G Coy) and 27414 Pte. James Wishart (C Coy). Neither would see Canada again.
Harold Perryman Wishart marries Daisy Vera Latter at the Unley Park Baptist Church in Adelaide, South Australia. Harold is the third son of Benjamin Wishart from Walkerville, SA.
Having kept warm as best he could throughout the night, Pte. John Waddie Wishart has an unwelcome start to the day in the form of German shelling, which causes four casualties within the battalion. Gunners George Greig and Joseph Wishart remain in their previous positions, however George may have been wounded on or around this date.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]