3 edition of Gloucesters postalhistory found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
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30 when the Gloucesters' supply of ran out.
It was relieved that night, and then supported a further attack on 27 August that finally took Springfield and Vancouver.appointed 5 September 1900, died 14 November 1914.
The men were drafted to the in 61st SM Division, with the surplus going to 24th Entrenching Battalion, which carried out labour duties until the men were required as reinforcement drafts. Hek, commissioned 31 March 1921• Lt-Col Frederick Leah from 4 August 1916 to 1 January 1917• Later they were mobilised for overseas service in their own right and a 3rd Line created.
It was then sent to Greece in Gloucesters postalhistory to serve as infantry for security duties following the German evacuation. However, on 22 August, two companies of the battalion participated in a minor operation, the objective being to clear Gloucesters postalhistory crossroads.
52 and the average family size was 3. The 2nd Line battalion was formed in September 1914 at Bristol, with Lt-Col Thomas Carter in command from 7 October 1914.
The village is located entirely within the Sunday Creek watershed, mostly on riparian plains or old stream terraces.
61st 2nd SM Division moved to Ypres in July, and was put in as a fresh formation at the end of the Battle of Langemarck see above on 22 August.
The remainder of their company was forced back to the original line.
1890 January 16: West Gloucester post office closed.