Sunday 7 December 1918 We Lost 364
Today’s losses include:
- A Brigadier General
- A Military Chaplain whose son will die on service in December 1942 commits suicide
- Another Military Chaplain who is the son of a member of the clergy
- A man whose son died of wounds last April
Today’s highlighted casualties include:
- Brigadier General Arthur Alexander Wolfe-Murray CB, (Highland Light Infantry & General Staff) dies in London at age 52. While at Sandhurst he played cricket against Woolwich.
- Chaplain 4th Class the Reverend Foster Raine commits suicide by hanging in a Great Western Railway carriage and he is discovered when the train arrives at Plymouth from London. His son will die on service in the Royal Navy on 6th December 1942 at age 26.
- Chaplain George Edward Craven the son of the Reverend George Edward Craven dies on active service at Salonika at age 27.
- Worker Blanche Amelia Page (QMAAC attached Signals Section, Royal Engineers) dies of pneumonia at age 30.
- Private William Charles Creed (Gloucestershire Regiment attached Labour Corps) dies on service. His son died of wounds last April.