3 March


Lonsdale Battalion events that took place on 3 March.
For events that took place elsewhere, see 3 March on The Great War wiki.

1915 (Wednesday)

  • Capt. Diggle’s order to officers: Until further orders the usual brown leather belts will be worn by Officers on all ordinary duty. Swords will not be worn under any circumstances. Every officer must provide himself with a Service revolver and pouch for ammunition, which will not be worn at present, but which will be shortly required.[1]
  • Forfeiture of pay for absence: J. Turner (17476) / J. Marshall (13749) / W. Skinner (13684) / J. Shannon (13386).[2]

1916 (Friday)

  • Battalion situated at the front in the E1 sector near Hénencourt.
  • Day very quiet owing to bad weather of snow, frost and thaw alternating. Trenches falling in and very wet.

1917 (Saturday)

1918 (Sunday)


  1. Record No. DLONS/L/13/13/189
  2. Record No. DLONS/L/13/13/137
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