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BerichtGeplaatst: 13 Jul 2011 23:10    Onderwerp: Information Private Powell David Reageer met quote

Hallo iedereen

Op vraag van zijn nu in AustraliŽ wonende kleinkinderen ben ik op zoek naar informatie over:
Private Powell David
Nationaliteit: Groot BrittanniŽ
1st/2nd Bn Monmouthshire Regiment
Gestorven op 05 Juli 1917
Begraven: Bard Cottage Cemetery II.J.1 nabij Boezinge/Ieper

De Australische familie komt begin volgend jaar op bezoek in de westhoek en tegen dan had ik graag zoveel mogelijk informatie verzameld betreffende hun grootvader zijnde:

- Is er mogelijks iets bekend over de man zelf?
- Waar bevond zijn eenheid op 5 juli 1917 of in welke actie was deze betrokken?
- De geschiedenis en locaties aan het front van zijn eenheid in WOI vůůr juli 1917

Enig andere info is natuurlijk altijd welkom.
Bedankt op voorhand.
Filip Vlaminck


Hello everybody,

On request of his now in Australia living grandchildren Iím searching for information about:
Private Powell David
Nationality: United Kingdom
1st/2nd Bn Monmouthshire Regiment
Date of death: 05 July 1917
Buried at Bart Cottage Cemetery II.J.1 near Boezinge/Ypres

The Australian relatives are planning to visit the Ypres salient beginning of next year, It is my intention to gather by then as much information as possible concerning there grandfather, being:

- Is there any information about this person known?
- Where exactly was his unit on the 5th of July 1917 or in which action they were involved that particular day?
- The whereabouts of his unit in WWI prior to the 5th of July 1917

Any other information is of course always welcome.
Thanks in advance.
Filip Vlaminck.
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BerichtGeplaatst: 14 Jul 2011 7:06    Onderwerp: effen gegoogeld Reageer met quote

hey,
wat info ivm Monmouthshire Regt
1st (Rifle) Battalion: 4th August 1914: Territorial Force, Headquarters Stow Hill, Newport, Monmouthshire as part of South Wales Brigade, Welsh Division. 5th August 1914: Moved to Pembroke Dock. 10th August 1914: Moved to Oswestry, Shropshire. End of August 1914: Moved to Northampton. December 1914: Moved to Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. January 1915: Moved to Cambridge. 13th February 1915: Landed in France as part of 84th Brigade, 28th Division. 27th May 1915: Amalgamated with 1/2nd and 1/3rd Battalions in 84th Brigade, 28th Division. 11th August 1915: Battalion resumed its identity. 11th November 1915: Pioneer Battalion of 46th Division, south west of Avesnes, France.
A second line battalion of the 1st Monmouths was formed at Newport in September 1914. 20th February 1915: Moved to Cambridge as part of Welsh Border Brigade, Welsh Division. 19th April 1915: Moved to Northampton as part of 205th Brigade, 68th Division. July 1915: Moved to Bedford. November 1916: Moved to Lowestoft, Suffolk. April 1917: Moved to Herringfleet, Suffolk. Autumn 1917: Returned to Lowestoft. 31st March 1918: Battalion disbanded.
A third line battalion of the 1st Monmouths was raised at Newport moving to Abergavenny in February 1915. September 1915: Moved to Oswestry, Shropshire. 8th April 1916: Designated as Reserve Battalion. 1st September 1916: Absorbed 2nd and 3rd in Welsh Reserve Brigade TF. Summer 1917: Moved to Gobowen, Shropshire. 10th July 1917: Absorbed 1st (Reserve) Brecknock Battalion. March 1918: Moved to Kinmel, Flintshire. July 1918: Moved to Herne Bay.
2nd Battalion: 4th August 1914: Territorial Force, Headquarters Osborne Road, Pontypool, Monmouthshire as part of South Wales Brigade, Welsh Division. 5th August 1914: Moved to Pembroke Dock. 10th August 1914: Moved to Oswestry, Shropshire. End of August 1914: Moved to Northampton. 7th November 1914: Landed at Le Havre, France as part 12th Brigade, 4th Division. 20th November 1914: Moved to Le Bixet. 27th May 1915: Amalgamated with 1/1st and 1/3rd Battalions in 84th Brigade, 28th Division at Vlamertinghe. 24th July 1915: Battalion resumed identity and rejoined 12th Brigade, 4th Division. 30th January 1916: Assigned to Lines of Communication. 1st May 1916: Joined 29th Division as Pioneer Battalion. 11th November 1918: Pioneer Battalion, 29th Division at Celle, west of Renaix, Belgium. 9th December 1918: Arrived Kreil, Cologne, Germany. 27th May 1919: Cadre embarked at Antwerp for Tilbury. 7th June 1919: Cadre received civic reception at Pontypool.
A second line battalion of the 2nd Monmouths was formed at Pontypool in September 1914. November 1914: Moved to Northampton as part of Welsh Border Brigade, Welsh Division. 19th April 1915: Moved to Northampton as part of 205th Brigade, 68th Division. July 1915: Moved to Bedford. November 1916: Moved to Lowestoft, Suffolk. April 1917: Moved to Herringfleet, Suffolk. Autumn 1917: Returned to Lowestoft. 20th April 1918: Battalion disbanded.
A third line battalion of the 2nd Monmouths was raised at Pontypool moving to Abergavenny in February 1915. September 1915: Moved to Oswestry, Shropshire. 8th April 1916: Designated as Reserve Battalion. 1st September 1916: Absorbed into 3/1st Monmouths.

Battle Honours of the Monmouthshire Regiment 1914-18

Ypres 1915

Gravenstafel

St Julien

Frezenberg

Bellewarde

Somme 1916

Albert 1916

Arras 1917

Scarpe 1917

Ypres 1917

Pilckem

Langemarck

Poelcapelle

Cambrai 1917

Lys

Messines 1918

Hindenberg Line

St Quentin Canal

Beaurevoir

Cambrai 1918

Ypres 1918

Courtrai

Sambre

bronnen:
www.rrw.org.uk/museums/brecon
www.1stbattmons.co.uk/14.html
www.1914-1918.net õ
www.ww1photos.com/MonmouthshireRegt.html
Enkele boeken van Dr John Dixon over historie van de the Monmouths
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BerichtGeplaatst: 14 Jul 2011 7:26    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

Oei, die jongens zijn serieus ingezet geweest.
Dat moet heel wat doden (en aanvullingen ervan) gekost hebben.
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