Saturday, April 7th 1917

337 moved off, parading late and not marching off until about two hours later than they should have done. The officers – Scott Weir, Conyer and Cranage had breakfast with us – they go into the forward part of the Corps area.

Lieut. Stewart had heard that’s his brother in law was lying in hospital dangerously wounded and left at 9p.m. by mail motor for Abbeville.

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Saturday, April 7th 1917

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