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Key dates over November 1915

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Lives lost on this day: 1

21st November 1915 - Saturday's Court Reports

Rolling Casualty Count: 2573

At the Front:

1st Batt: In billets and support trenches

2nd Batt: Back to billets in Bethune, A service was held in the Divisional Chapel followed by a sacred concert.

10th Batt: In trenches but relieved by 10th Royal Warwickshires , billets at Le Touret.

Field Artillery: Suffering severe wintry weather.

On the Home Front:

City Police Court

Saturday- Before Messrs. J. S. Cook, which. Moore and J. Ward

NON - ATTENDANCE - Anne Hints, 5, Four Foot Row, was summoned for neglecting to send her child to school. Mr. F.T. Spackman prosecuted. Defendant stated her husband was a soldier and the child was beyond her control. Defendant was fined s2 6s.

County Police Court

Saturday, - Before Mr. W. Stallard

Alleged poaching,- Walter Adams, Dolday, was charged with being in possession of game unlawfully obtained. P.C. McDonough said he saw the prisoner coming from land at Powick, he had in his possession nets and game.

Information researched by the WWW100 team.