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Frosty morning 'D' Company Mess
Frosty morning 'D' Company Mess

Monochrome photograp, © South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service,
from an album compiled by Lieutenant Robert Cotton Money (see 2008.142), with the inscription ‘A frosty morning making early morning tea Hamilton outside ‘D’ Coy’s Mess. A frosty dawn – making early morning tea – Hamilton outside ‘D’ Company’s mess 18/11/14'. (Capt Francis Alexander Chetwood Hamilton, Officer Commanding D Company)
Picture added on 12 February 2009
I believe the private on the right of the picture is William Morse from London shot in the leg December 1914 or early January 1915. He recovered from his injuries and later served with the 8th Battalion in 1917 in Palestine.
He then returned to France and suffered exposure to gas on the Marne 29th July 1918
Added by John Morse on 27 December 2015
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