Thursday 22 July 1915 – We Lost 182
Today’s losses include:
- An amateur boxing champion and wrestling champion of the North of England who fought Georges Carpentier in Paris
- The son of a member of the clergy
Today’s highlighted casualties are:
- Lieutenant Geoffrey Edward Grundy (Warwickshire Regiment) is killed in action. He is the son of the Reverend William Grundy Head Master of Malvern.
- Second Lieutenant George Mitchell (Black Watch) is accidentally killed by the explosion of a trench mortar at age 26. He is the amateur boxing & wrestling champion of the North of England and fought Carpentier in Paris. He is the nephew of Percy Holden Illingworth late Chief Government Whip.