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Gunner 68266 William Noah Fishlock
'D' Battery, 5th Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery

Local Information:

Gunner Fishlock was the son of Noah and Eliza Amelia Fishlock, of 99 High Street, Hungerford. He was killed in action on Wednesday, 15th November 1916, aged 24. He is buried in the Guards Cemetery Lesboeufs, Somme, France.

Photo Gallery:

royal artillery badge
royal artillery badge

The cap badge of the Royal Artillery

- The cap badge of the Royal Artillery.

Regimental Information:

The War Diary reads:

(Brigade HQ) – Ginchy – During the morning enemy artillery very active indeed, all battery positions being heavily shelled especially D/5 battery who suffered casualties, 4 killed and one wounded. (Our batteries were firing on moon trench).