A Machine Gun Company of the Machine Gun Corps was attached to each Infantry Brigade and their subsequent Division. An additional Company was attached as a divisional reserve.
|Brigade attached to:||Divisional Reserve|
|Division attached to:||29th Division|
The 227th M.G. Coy. joined the Division on 20 July, 1917.
As a unit of the 29th Division, it may have taken part in the following battles and engagements.
|THE BATTLES OF YPRES|
|04 October||Battle of Broodseinde [XIV. Corps, Fifth Army].|
|09 October||Battle of Poelcappelle [XIV. Corps, Fifth Army].|
|BATTLE OF CAMBRAI|
|20 and 21 November||The Tank Attack [III. Corps, Third Army].|
|30 November to 03 December||German Counter-Attacks [III. Corps, Third Army].|
On 15 February 1918, it was amalgamated with the 86th, 87th and 88th Machine Gun Companies to form No. 29 Battalion, Machine Gun Corps.