Hi. I'm new to this forum, currently researching the war experience of my paternal grandad, 15368 Private John Stewart of the 1/7th Battalion, Black Watch.

All I've been able to find are his International Commission for the Red Cross records, which indicate that he was captured at Beugny in France, on 21/03/1918 (first day of the Spring Offensive). It appears he was sent to Parchim Camp, although one of the documents bears the name "Friedrichsfeld" written in red ink, so he may have been there too.

Any tips on where else I could look?


Alan Stewart