St. Amand-Montrond

St. Amand-Montrond is the sous-prefecture for Department Cher. It was the first location that the 301st Supply train (to which Gramp belonged) was stationed during World War I; which was one of the main things I wanted to research in this area.

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Sous-prefecture in St. Amand-Montrond. Gramp often talks about visiting the Sou-prefect M. Gillet.


View looking down rue Ernest Mallard from the vicinity of Gramp's billet


Our best guess at Gramp's billet at 83 rue Ernest Mallard.


This building and the sign reading "Biscuit Leroy" is visible in the background of a picture of Gramp's tent camp taken in 1918. (See next photo). The actual location is in the town of Orval, just across the river Cher from St. Amand.


Here is the building in October of 1918. In the foreground are the tents of Gramp and his fellow officers of the 301st Supply Train.

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