Sunday 15 September 1918 We Lost 614
Captain William Henry Hubbard (Royal Air Force) brings down one enemy aircraft, while Lieutenant Gerald Anderson and Second Lieutenant Thomas Sydney Chiltern (Royal Air Force) bring down a Fokker D VII east of Seclin.
Today’s losses include:
- Multiple sons of members of the clergy
- Families that will lose two and four sons in the Great War
- The Paisley Abbey organist
- A man who was married forty days ago and whose son will be born next year
Today’s highlighted casualties include:
- Second Lieutenant Lawrence McLean Lord (Central Flying School, Royal Air Force) is accidentally killed at age 18. He is the son of the Reverend C S Lord.
- Second Lieutenant William Forbes Forsyth (Royal Scots) is killed at age 38. He is he organist at Paisley Abbey
- Corporal Albert Constable (Dorsetshire Regiment) dies of wounds as a prisoner of war at age 29. His three brothers have already been killed in the Great War.
- Private Edward James Godman (Bedfordshire Regiment) dies of wounds received in action at home at age 34. His brother was killed in October 1915.
- Private William Arthur Lloyd-Jones (East Yorkshire Regiment) dies as a prisoner of war at age 19. He is the son of the Reverend Robert Lloyd-Jones.
- Private William Bagshawe Heald (West Yorkshire Regiment) dies of wounds at age 21. He was married forty days ago and his son will be born in 1919.