Wednesday 13 November 1918 We Lost 736
Today’s losses include:
- A son of the 4th Baron De Freyne
- Multiple families that will lose two, three and four sons in the Great War
- An Assistant Scout Master
- The daughter of a member of the clergy
Today’s highlighted casualties include:
- Captain Philip Wyndham Brodie (Seaforth Highlanders attached Royal Air Force) dies of illness at age 31. His brother was killed in the sinking of the submarine E15 in April 1915.
- Captain Roger Beverley Walker MC (West Yorkshire Regiment) dies of wounds at age 32. He is the final of three brothers who lose their lives in the war.
- Lieutenant Roger Beverley Walker (Yorkshire Hussars attached West Yorkshire Regiment) dies of wounds received in action at age 32. His two brothers were both killed in the opening days of the Great War, the first in August the second in October 1914.
- Second Lieutenant Edward Fulke French (Royal Field Artillery) dies at age 32 as a prisoner of war in Mainz, Germany. He is the last of four sons of the 4th Baron De Freyne who will lose their lives in the Great War.
- Corporal Frederick Stanley Spurin (Royal Field Artillery) dies on active service at age 22. He is the Assistant Scout Master of the 110th North London Boy Scouts.
- Bombardier John Bullard (Royal Field Artillery) dies in Lebanon at age 28. His brother was killed in August 1918.
- Driver Frances Mary Dulcie Llewellyn-Jones (Women’s Royal Air Force) dies of influenza in England at age 24. She is the daughter of the Reverend David Llewellyn-Jones.