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In Kirkcaldy a 32-year-old linoleum worker named Robert Wishart visits the recruiting office and re-enlists with the military, joining the 2nd Battalion, Royal Scots. Robert has almost certainly had previous military training.
At 8am the house observed containing Germans on the previous day is shelled, during which time the right company of the 1st Seaforth Highlanders evacuate the firing trench and advanced post. A cold wind blows across the front line at Neuve Chapelle, 677 Pte. Henry Gray Wishart spends his day in one of the front trenches, though which one is currently unknown.
In Vierhouck 6391 Pte. John Wishart and the Royal Scots Greys receive orders that all cameras are to be sent home.
2nd Lieutenant William Ferguson Wishart goes into the trenches at Fleurbaix during the night.