1917, MARCH 2nd – RELIEVED BY THE 2/4th ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGIMENT IN THE VALET SUB-SECTION OF DENICOURT TRENCHES
Extracted From The Regimental Chronicles of the Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
On the night of March 2 the Battalion was relieved by the Berks, now under the command of Colonel Beaman, and moved back about 2,000 yards to some support trenches near Bovent Copse.
Regiment. 2/4th Royal Berkshire
Location France, Denicourt Trenches
Entry Battalion relieved 2/4 OXFORDS in “VALET” Sub-Section 50th Div on left of Battn front 2/5 GLOUCESTERS on RIGHT. A, B and C Coys in front line, D in support.
DIED OF WOUNDS MARCH 2nd 1917
200333 Lance Corporal Albert White