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

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61st Division at the end of the War, 11th November 1918

61st (South Midland) DIVISION [Major General Duncan] –in corps reserve

182 Brigade [Brigadier General Evans]
2/6th Bn Royal Warwickshire Regiment
2/7th Bn Royal Warwickshire Regiment
2/8th Bn Royal Warwickshire Regiment
182 Light Trench Mortar Battery

183 Brigade [Brigadier General Anley]
1/9th Bn Royal Scots
1/5th Bn Gordon Highlanders
1/8th Bn Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
183 Light Trench Mortar Battery

184 Brigade [Brigadier General Thorne]
2/4th Bn Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
2/5th Bn Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
2/4th Bn Royal Berkshire Regiment
184 Light Trench Mortar Battery

Division Artillery [Brigadier General Ooseley]
306 Brigade RFA: A B C D Batteries
307 Brigade RFA: A B C D Batteries
X & Y Medium Trench Mortar Batteries

61 Machine Gun Battalion

1/5th Bn Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry (pioneer bn)

476, 478, 479 Field Companies RE

61 Signal Company

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One thought on “61st Division at the end of the War, 11th November 1918

  1. Gordon Longmead on said:

    Great to see, but I am specifically looking for the history of C company 307th South Middlesex Brigard of the RFA from 1914 to 1918. also any conextion between this company and any army unit serving in France that used an elephant as it’s symbol. This is to do with my grandfather, Gunner Charles Leonard Longmead MM.

    Thanks for reading

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