I'm looking for some information about the 5th Bn's attack at Bellewarde, info about the Bn in general (I don't live anywhere near the Regimental museum so a trip there is out at the moment). My great grandfather was in his late 30's when war broke out, he was a farm labourer (even with conscription he wouldn't have been called up), married with several children and had another on the way, in 1915 he was 38. He volunteered to join the Army, although from Bedfordshire, he was working in Shropshire so enlisted in the Kings Shropshire Light infantry. All that I know is that he was killed on 25/09/1915 which is the day the Bn attacked Bellwarde Wood. I did have some notes about the attack (which have since gone missing, but it sounded like the Bn was decimated by an enemy artillery barrage. The only other information I have is that he is one of the missing and his name is on the Menin Gate Memorial. He never saw his youngest daughter.