Sunday 20th August: Bertrancourt/ Saton
We left Bertrancourt at 9am and marched to a village called Saton about 8 miles away and near the town of Doubliers, we billeted here for the night.
Monday 21st August: Saton
We stayed here all day in this village but expect to leave here tomorrow for Albert.
Tuesday 22nd August: Gezaincourt
We left Saton at 9am and marched to a village called Gezaincourt about 8 miles from our last billets and further away from the firing line and the other side of the town of Doubliers.
We billeted here for the night.
Wednesday 23rd August: Gezaincourt
We stayed here at this village all day but expect to leave here tomorrow. This part of France is not unlike Scotland with its hills and dales.
Thursday 24th August: Gezaincourt/ Vignacourt
We left Gezaincourt at 8am and after marching about 15 miles we halted and billeted at a village called Vignacourt about 12 miles from the town of Amiens and about 24 miles west of Albert.
Friday 25th August: Vignacourt/ Mericourt
We entrained at Vignacounrt along with our Brigade at 10am but our transport went by road. We dis-entrained at Mericourt at 3pm and billeted there for the night.
We are now 6 miles south-west of Albert.
Saturday 26th August: Mericourt
We, the bearers of the Ambulance have been told off in squads for collecting the wounded when we go up the line. Our Headquarters and Nursing Section have gone about 4 miles further up and along with all the other Nursing Sections of Ambulances of the 14th Army Corps have formed one big Dressing Station.