February 1916 - Eleventh Week at War

 

11th Week at War - 12th - 18th February - Mesplaux Farm

The weather remained cold and unsettled and apart from the usual visits by the A.D.M.S., the early part of the week was quiet according to the War Diary but on Tuesday 15th, the hospital and A.D.S. were visited by Mr Owen Owen, Secretary of the Welsh Army Corps. 

In accordance with instructions from the A.D.M.S., the A.D.S. at Le Touret/Rue de Bois and the Aid Posts at Tube Station and Path House Post were handed over to a party from the 131st Field Ambulance on the 17th. 

On the 18th, Lt/Col Davies in company with Major Hayton D.A.D.M.S. of the 61st Division and also Major Mackie of the same Division visited the A.D.S. of the 5th Field Ambulance at Marais and also the Aid Post at Festubert.

 

Pont Mesplauts between Locon and Mesplaux Farm