By 1915 he was a sergeant and on duty with the battery in France. Sgt. Lisseter (Service No 983) was granted leave from 21st to 28th August1915. Shortly after his return to the front line on 2nd September he was wounded. He clearly spent time in a CCS but it was 5th November before he was sent to hospital before being evacuated on 29th November. For him the war was over.
If you can identify any other men in these photographs, I would be very pleased to hear from you. I am also very keen to obtain similar photographs of groups of men or individuals from the Worcester (1st) or Kidderminster (2nd) Batteries, later known as A/241 and B/241.
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