Saturday 10 July 1915 – We Lost 205
Cap badge of the York and Lancaster Regiment
Today’s losses include:
- Two sons of members of the clergy
- Two men who will have a brother be killed later in the Great War
- Two men who are going to have two brothers killed in the Great War
Today’s highlighted casualties are:
- Major Trevor Mawdsley Foote (North Lancashire Regiment) is killed at age 40. He is the son of the Reverend Lundy Edward William Foote Vicar of St Peter’s Harrogate.
- Second Lieutenant John Cyril Watmough (Northumberland Fusiliers) is killed in action at age 26. He is one of three brothers to lose their lives in the Great War.
- Second Lieutenant A C D’A Lynes (Royal Berkshire Regiment) is killed in action at age 27. He is the son of the Reverend John Lynes Rector of Chalbury.
- Lance Corporal Walter Newell (Black Watch) is killed at age 26. He is the first of three brothers who will be killed in the Great War.
- Private Albert Leonard Ballard (Northamptonshire Regiment) dies of wounds at age 23. His brother will die of wounds in October 1918.
- Private George William Long (York and Lancaster Regiment) is killed. His brother will be killed in November 1917.