Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (The 2/4th Battalion)

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2nd Lieutenant C. H. Wallington, M.C.

From G. K. Rose, The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry

17th November 1917

“B Company, though they missed the gap through the enemy’s wire, entered the trenches without opposition and captured a machine-gun which was pointing directly at their approach but
never fired. Wallington, the officer in command of the storming party, killed several Germans.”

18th / 19th March 1918

“On the night of 18/19 March the Battalion went into the front line. C Company was on the right, in front of Fayet; B Company, under the command of Wellington, was on the left, just south of
Gricourt.”

UK, British Officer Prisoners of War, 1914-1918  

Name: C H Wallington
Rank: 2/Lt.
Regiment: 4th Battalion. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Lig
Date Missing: 21 Mar 1918
Repatriation Date: 14 Dec 1918
Record Number: 2908
Section: Western Theatre of Operations.

He became a POW and was interned in Holzminden.

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One thought on “2nd Lieutenant C. H. Wallington, M.C.

  1. I am trying to track down information about C. H. Wallington, a first name for starters:-) Any assistance would be much appreciated. Many thanks Sue

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