An excerpt from The History of the KSLI in the Great War 1914-1918 by Major W de B Wood, regarding the death of John Arthur Lee.
"On 16th September 1916 after being relieved by the 6th Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry and having eleven hours' rest in the Montauban area, the battalion was again in the trenches in relief of the King's Royal Rifle Corps. An order which was received to capture Gueudecourt having been cancelled and the battalion being relieved, it marched back to the camp from whence it started on the 15th. The casualties for the 16th September were 2nd Lieutenant J.A. Lee, and 2 other ranks killed and 8 other ranks wounded."
The History of the KSLI in the Great War 1914-1918 Major W de B Wood