Private James Field 28170 2nd Bn Wiltshire Rgt (30 Div, 21 Bde), formerly 25997 2nd Royal Berkshires.
On 19th October the 2nd Wiltshires were in the front line near St Aubert east of Cambrai. On 20th October they attacked the retreating Germans, managing to advance about 1000 yards but with casualties of 3 officers and 119 men. On 21st October one platoon was attacked by the Germans, who were quickly driven off, but 1 officer and 2 men were killed.
James is remembered on the Vis-en-Artois memorial, between Arras and Cambrai, along with 9,000 others who died in the advance to victory from August 1918.
The army paid his father George Field £8 4s 6d including a war gratuity of £5.