9th battalion, manchester regiment ww2

The explosion destroyed the Sap and 12 yards of the Firing Line, killing 2 men and wounding 3 others. 4th Loyals – 62nd Searchlight Regiment. Meanwhile, on May 24, Lieutenant-General Sir Aylmer Gould Hunter-Weston was promoted to acting Lieutenant-General and placed in command of VIII Corps (29th Division, the Royal Naval Division, 42nd Division and the 49th Indian Infantry Brigade). The 1st Manchesters ended the war in Hamburg when the city surrendered on 3 May. WADE was seen jumping into a Turkish trench with six men and was never seen again. He displayed the greatest gallantry and endurance under the most trying circumstances in repelling many severe attacks, and when the barricade was at last broken through he was the foremost in the successful counter-attack, led by Lt. FORSHAW, which regained it, and finally retained it. Dispatched with Royal Mail Special Delivery next day. The following day a draft of 5 Officers from other regiments (Essex and South Lancs) arrived and were assigned temporarily to the 1/9th. 2/Lt. IRVINE DEARNLEY was killed this day. P. WOODRUFF, And, in a rather belated recognition of their efforts, the Battalion War Diary for March 1916 reported that Cards of Congratulation were received from the Major-General Commanding the 42nd Division, for good work done in Gallipoli for the following men: ), the 1st Line Territorial Force battalions of the regiment wer… The last man however couldn't manage to swim but he kept calm and, with just him to worry about, Dad managed (swimming on his back) to drag him a decent distance from the ship. SMITH A. On the 21st March, 1917 Private ARNOLD PEARSON (351087 formerly 2787) was killed in action. www.royalpioneercorps.co.uk/rpc/history_lancastria.htm. FRANK WOODHOUSE and B & D companies to the 1/10th Manchesters under Capt. The Manchester Regiment was a regiment of the British army, formed in 1881 by the amalgamation of the 63rd Regiment of Foot and the 96th Regiment of Foot into the 1st and 2nd Battalions. On Sept 10 Lt. Col. ROBERT WORGAN FALCON, temporary commanding officer of the 1/9th reported sick. Feb 1918 Absorbed the 2/9th Battalion and became the 9th Battalion transferred to the 198th Brigade of the 66th Division. On the 8th December, consequent on your Lordship’s orders, I directed the General Officer Commanding Dardanelles Army to proceed with the evacuation of Suvla and Anzac at once. It was agreed that in the event of an abandon ship they would stand no chance of staying afloat long in their heavy khaki uniforms and it was decided that they would strip down to their underwear, strip out their Enfield bolts and heave their 303s into the sea before entering the water. The 1/10th having failed to advance their line under cover of darkness were forced to try again during the day. This figure includes the records for the 1st/8th, 2nd/8th & 3rd/8th Battalions. Note: The list of Casualties provided here (and in the tables below for each month) is the list of men appearing in the London Times daily casualty lists published throughout the following month. At three times during the night of 8-9th August he was again heavily attacked, and once the Turks got over the barricade, but, after shooting three with his revolver. Amazingly, they also managed to get a hot drink and breakfast which after the privations of the previous two weeks was a total godsend. During that time, he had also impressed a certain Sergeant Tommy Lawton (the PTI at his OCTU and, incidentally, the Everton and England centre forward) with his footballing prowess and ended up playing with him for the Army at a number of First Division football grounds in wartime exhibition games. THOMAS PENNY had been wounded and brought him back to the trenches and then went back out and returned to digging even though he himself had been wounded. A. DAVIS, DCM After 1.30 p.m. it became increasingly difficult for this gallant Brigade to hold its ground. When it became clear that war was likely in 1939, Dad, known then in the family as Jack, volunteered for the militia and somehow ended up in the 9th Battalion, Manchester Regiment. 2/Lt. Want to know what life was like during the War? He was a 21 year old lance corporal and, when he took up the tale, his platoon of the 1/9th Manchesters had somehow been left behind as part of the rear guard (the rest he thought had made it to the Dunkirk beaches) and all that was left was another lance corporal, a sergeant, a lieutenant and 20 odd men. The Turkish counter-attack was against a trench held by some men of C Company along with men of the 1/10th Manchesters. On November 29, 2/Lt. However, the number of deaths due to sickness and disease started to rise. RAIDS AND RESISTANCE Pembo had survived the sinking as well and, via the magic of the internet, I stumbled upon his written reminiscence (penned in 1947) a few weeks ago see: www.royalpioneercorps.co.uk/rpc/history_lancastria.htm. There was desperate fighting also at the northern corner, where the personal bravery of Lieutenant W. T. Forshaw, 1/9th Manchester Regiment who stuck to his post after his detachment had been relieved (an act for which he has since been awarded the V.C. 1st/9th Manchester Regiment Chamberlain conscripted the army for the first time in history. 341 Sgt. On July 14, the recently arrived, 2/Lt. Approximately two dozen men were discharged from service, (primarily due to not being physically fit enough to serve in combat), during the 3 months leading up to the Battalion’s embarkation for Gallipoli. He was 23 years old, and a private in C Company, the 1/10th Battalion, The Manchester Regiment, British Army, manning a position at Red Dragon Crater near Givenchy, France, was awarded the VC WW1 21-Mar-1918 near ST QUENTIN FRANCE Permanent [Disability].”. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial. 2/9th Battalion Formed at Ashton-under-Lyne in August 1914 as a second line unit. Now that the 8th Army Corps front line had been painstakingly moved closer to the Turkish front lines, orders were issued to attack them on June 4th, the attack to be preceded by heavy artillery fire. In May 1940, after his basic training, he was shipped off to France where his battalion was part of III Corps in Lord Gort's BEF. Result of active service, exposure to cold and wet. This is a list of battalions of the King's Regiment (Liverpool), which existed as a regiment of the British Army from 1881 to 1958. Announcements. During World War II the Regiment was granted 50 Battle Honours to add to its existing 88 honours. Beloved by officers and men, he died doing his duty as an Englishman. The 9th Battalions numbers were dwindling fast despite three significant drafts of reinforcements from England arriving in July, August and October. Pte. In November 1919, following the end of the First World War, the war-raised battalions of the Northumberland Fusiliers were disbanded. Dad went forward cautiously with one other man and a white handkerchief tied to the end of his Lee Enfield which he waved over his head. POTTS volounteered to join the bombing party of the 1/4th East Lancashire Regiment and subsequently was issued a Congratulatory Card for gallantry. He would not be the last. For most conspicuous bravery and determination in the Gallipoli Peninsula from 7th to 9th August, 1915. If you can provide any additional information, especially on actions and locations at specific dates, please add it here. FRANCE 1917 The purpose of these small offensive operations carried out by the 52nd and 42nd Divisions was to act as a distraction during the evacuation of troops elsewhere on the peninsula. In five minutes the first line of Turkish trenches were captured, and by 12.30 p.m. the Brigade had carried with a rush the line forming their second objective, having made an advance of 600 yards in all. Each man as he boarded was handed a card which designated an area in which they were to be berthed on the ship. A British officer of another regiment told him that the evacuation via Dunkirk was over and that there was a general retreat westwards and that it was best to get going now. For conspicuous gallantry on the 8th August, 1915, at Gallipoli, when he rallied his party, which had been driven back by bombs in the Barricade of the Vineyard, and by his bravery and example was largely instrumental in saving a precarious position. PERCY ASPDEN WOODHOUSE Record same as 2/5th Bn. The next day the 9th Battalion embarked on H.M.T. The 9th Battalion, as part of the 126th East Lancashire Brigade, were now in reserve positions behind the (127th) Manchester Brigade and the (125th) Lancashire Fusilier Brigade. Down to his underwear, Dad had the presence of mind, to hang onto his paybook which he shoved next to the family jewels thereby ensuring that, if he survived, he had an undisputable record of what was owing to him. On the evening of 8th August his party was relieved by another unit, but he volounteered to remain on. They were on foot so it was obvious that any decision would have to be made very quickly. CONNERY the Battalion’s Quarter Master. The regiment was created during the 1881 Childers Reforms by the amalgamation of the 63rd (West Suffolk) Regiment of Foot and the 96th Regiment of Foot as the 1st and 2nd battalions; the 6th Royal Lancashire Militia became the 3rd (Reserve) and 4th (Extra Reserve) battalions and the Volunteer battalions became the 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th battalions. On the 9th May the 9th Battalion landed under heavy fire at Sedd-el-Bahr, (V Beach), and moved quickly from the beach into bivouacs (the Commodore with the Transport section and Brigade HQ arriving on the 10th). The Wartime Memories Project is run by volunteers and this website is funded by donations from our visitors. L/Cpl. Fred Dickinson, (3765), serves as an example. HYDE,  J.A. Those left in the battalion remained as a training cadre. He displayed great bravery and skill and although enfiladed from both flanks he remained at his post and by his example gave great encouragement to all with him. ... Manchester Regiment during WW2 On the 26 April the 7th Manchesters saw its last fighting in Bremen, when the city was captured. Somehow, and I can't really remember how, the conversation got onto Dunkirk and, as he was in a mellow mood, I began to ask him questions about his experiences in 1940 and how he had ended up on the Lancastria. Dad then went in search of neighbouring units. of trench G12. BAYLEY remained with Lt. FORSHAW, VC; holding a barricade for forty-one hours continuously. And the 33 Officers landing that day, with the rank and seniority they held on landing, included: On May 11th, the 42nd Division received orders to take over the front line. JOHN MATLEY ROBSON went to hospital with fever and died of enteric fever on July 17 in Egypt. Urine contained albumen and blood is still present. You can contact me via e-mail at webmaster.grandadswar.org at gmail dot com. They repeated their reconnaissance the following night to verify their observations. This they mostly accomplished over the following days. A list of the Battalion’s Commanding Officers in World War One can be found here. On the 11th May, the first time for eighteen days and nights, it was found possible to withdraw the 29th Division from the actual firing line and to replace it by the 29th Indian Infantry Brigade and by the 42nd Division, which had completed its disembarkation two days previously. See my posts on the 11th (1st South Down) Battalion, 12th (2nd South Down) Battalion and 13th (3rd South Down) Battalion, The Royal Sussex Regiment. Manchester Regiment during WW2 On the 26 April the 7th Manchesters saw its last fighting in Bremen, when the city was captured. The Wartime Memories Project is the original WW1 and WW2 commemoration website. East Africa, Cameroon and West Africa: WO 95/5289-5388 Addition… According to my mother, who I spoke to later that night, some of Dad's section had lobbied hard for him to receive a gallantry medal but as there were no officers present to back up their accounts, this apparently, was not possible. Different parts of the collection cover units serving in different theatres: 1. W. BURKE and Lt. R. G. WOOD were all recommended for gallantry for their actions on May 25th. HARRY YORSTON DIXON was killed by shrapnel during an advance by 52nd Division and 2/Lt. Capt. LAIRD KIRWAN and 2/Lt. The army was going through a dramatic reconstruction at this time with brigades being reduced from 4 to 3 battalions. Search thousands of identified photos, obituaries and service records of First World War officers, soldiers, sailors, nurses, airmen and civilian workers. This was the first that Granny had heard about this as, when Dad had returned home for a couple of days en route to Ashton, he had skated over the sinking of the Lancastria as he didn't wish to alarm his parents. This ruled out the Regiment's claim although all the Manchester units had fought hard in this rearguard action to make the Dunkirk evacuation possible. 2/8th (Ardwick) Battalion Formed at Ardwick in August 1914 as a second line unit. Lt. WILLIAM THOMAS FORSHAW, VC This was followed by hard frost and a heavy blizzard. The Manchester Brigade of the 42nd Division advanced magnificently. Cook JOHN CHAPMAN HARRY YORSTON DIXON all of the 11th Yorks and Lancs Regiment. On May 25th, the designation of the Division was changed and as the 42nd East Lancashire Division it took precedence in numerical order over the other Territorial Divisions. Dad who had learnt in the Sheffield municipal baths and who was an excellent athlete (he went on to play for the Army at football and was offered a professional contract by Sheffield Wednesday whilst at University after the war) was a strong swimmer. He was discharged as permanently unfit for any kind of military service and awarded the Silver War Badge on March 23, 1916 suffering from Nephritis. Capt. It was due to his personal example, magnificent courage and endurance that this very important corner was held. Having somehow evaded the Wehrmacht, Dad's group eventually came to a large river (the Seine?) In September the 42nd Division took over a sector almost a mile in width, enduring appalling conditions due to bad weather and constant heavy enemy shellfire. Lieut. Died 9th October 1917 aged 20. William H. Viney served with the battalion in Egypt and at the Dardanelles, he was discharged due to ill health on 17.8.1916. as opposed to ordinal numbers (i.e. The Manchester Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army in existence from 1881 until 1958. On August 12, Pte. Dad repeated his advice re the technique for treading water and swimming to the non-swimmers and then lowered himself down the side of the ship so that he was waiting for them in the sea as they in turn clambered down. C J . The Manchester Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army in existence from 1881 until 1958. After a nervous night with his section on one side of the road, the dawn arrived and Dad became concerned as time wore on that they had had no visit from the sergeant or lieutenant to update them as to the situation and their orders for the day. The Battalion returned to Suez in early April where they were once again placed on guard duty of the Suez Canal. Bury was the divisional headquarters of the East Lancashire Infantry Brigade, which included, the 9th Battalion Manchester Regiment, the 4th East Lancashires, (from Blackburn, Darwen and Clitheroe), the 5th East Lancashires, (from Burnley, Accrington, Haslingden, Baccup, Padiham and Ramsbottom), and the 10th Manchesters (from Oldham), three sections Signal Company, Headquarters Company of Engineers, Lancashire Brigade Company A.S.C., Transport and Supply, and the 2nd Field Ambulance. COOKE was subsequently awarded the Military Cross. (1) To break out with a rush from Anzac and cut off the bulk of the Turkish Army from land communication with Constantinople. On board the Manchesters stuck together. The 9th battalion left the front line at the end of September and took over the coastal defence at the Nieuport front, under constant shellfire and aerial attack. In December the battalion went into the line near Bethune with the 10th battalion. George Arthur Wilson 9th Battalion Manchester Regiment . When he rejoined his Battalion he was choked and sickened by bomb fumes, badly bruised by a fragment of shrapnel, and could barely lift his arm from continuous bomb throwing. The Officers arriving that day were: Lt. PERCY AINSWORTH This brings the narrative up to the day of the general attack upon the enemy’s front line of trenches which ran from the west of the Kereves Dere in a northerly direction to the sea. According to the 126th Brigade War Diary, the 1/9th arrived, by train, at Kantarra from Cairo with 32 Officers and 912 men on April 16, 1915. On the 24th December, General Sir W. Birdwood was directed to make all preliminary preparations for immediate evacuation, in the event of orders to this effect being received. If you are enjoying the site, please consider making a donation, however small On Sept 27 Major RODERICK LIVINGSTONE LEES was awarded the DSO and on Sept 30 he relinquished command of the 1/9th and Major WILLIAM JAMES ANDERSON (of the 33rd Battalion Duke of Wellington’s Regiment) assumed command. The regiment amalgamated with the King's Regiment (Liverpool) in 1958, to form the King's Regiment (Manchester … Lt. VYVYAN-ROBINSON was wounded, one man was reported missing and three wounded. HAROLD SUGDEN lead the attack and was mortally wounded. On 19th June I went for a medical - six doctors examining you … At this time, the “line” was actually three lines; the firing line, the redoubt line and the support line each one further back from the Turkish trenches. On October 16, Capt. The assault was immediately successful. The 1/9th were in the trenches from July 2 to July 18, then going to bivouac at divisional reserve. When he was about 75 yards from the bridge, a call rang out of "who goes there?" Taylor rescuing another man while under fire. 2/Lt. ARTHUR WILLIAM FIELD CONNERY was badly wounded in the mouth by shrapnel and went to hospital. Here are some sample army service numbers and corresponding joining dates for the 9th Manchesters. He was himself wounded in the arm by the explosion. The storm was accompanied by torrential rain, which lasted for 24 hours. Some 260 officers and men of the 9th joined with the 2/9th while 210 others joined the 1/5th and the 1/6th. The casualties reported for the 1/9th on the day were 3 killed, 1 missing and 11 wounded. I list below, sample army service numbers and corresponding joining dates for the Ardwick Battalion… 2/Lt. Part of the 8th (Jullundur) Brigade in 3rd (Lahore) Division. 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