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9 March 1917; Friday

Up at 7 o’clock as usual. Fell in 9.45 after usual fatigues and marched off about 10. Arrived Louvencourt 1about 12 o’clock after a fairly pleasant march. Band has improved very much. Decent billets. Helped Ike Taylor to fasten the sheet on his limber waggon. Warned by sergeant-major to go on the ambulance waggon tomorrow. Had short walk round town in the afternoon. Bought a few things. Went to the Church Army hut at night and listened to the Divisional band playing.    7 kilos [kilometres].

  1. Louvencourt (A): 7km W. of Mailly-Maillet (B), and 14km SE of Doullens; just on the border of Michelin square G7.