Tuesday 30 March 1915 – We Lost 114

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HM Trawler Ste. Jemanne rams the submarine U-37 when it is caught on the surface off Fecamp. The German is sunk.

Today’s losses include:

  • The son of a member of the clergy
  • The son of a General
  • A man whose brother will be killed in 1916

 Today’s highlighted casualties are

  •  Captain John Edward Marshall (Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry) is killed at age 33 at Kemmel. He is the son of the Reverend Canon Edward Thury Marshall and his brother will be killed in April of next year.
  • Captain Charles Gordon Loftus Tottenham (Royal Engineers attached Sappers and Miners) is killed at age 26. He is the son of Major General H L A Tottenham.