I am interested in the activities of the 91st Siege Battery R.G.A. in France and Belgium during the 1st World War.
Looking for photographs and information on individual members.
I have the Commanding Officer's Diary records produced in 1920. The Commanding officer was Major F.W. Christian. My Grandfather Richard Shrive (born Oundle, Nthants) was a 2nd Lieut. rising to Major by the end of the war.Previous service Sergeant 121(Heavy)Battery R.G.A. 1915 in France and Belgium .
Does anyone know the ships that the personnel, advance guard and or equipment of the 91st departed from England to France in in 1916.
Although not all personnel are in the diary I can look up battery members names on my database.