Key dates over July 1917
Lives lost on this day: 10
22nd July 1917 - 1st Batt: Batt marched to Halifax Camp on the Ouderdon to Vlamertinghe Road.
Rolling casualty count: 6791
1st Batt: Batt moved at 9pm and marched to Halifax Camp on the Ouderdon to Vlamertinghe Road.
2nd Batt: Church Parade with the 1st Queens on the field near the cemetery.
3rd Batt: Patrols are sent out each night to enter enemy front line and are not encountering any resistance.
1/8th Batt: Batt moved to Labret Station and entrained at 1.30pm for Bienvillers Saulty The train did not move until 9pm.
2/8th Batt: Church Parade in am Capt HR Mitchell evacuated to England and 4 other ranks went to the Casualty Clearing Station.
10th Batt: Batt moved into the line with B and C Coys in the front line, A Coy in support in the old front line in Rose Wood and D Coy in reserve in the trench east of Godezone Farm.
Yeomanry/Cavalry: Three German batts and 2 Turkish divisions made a determined attempt to seize the Jordan Valley crossings and rid the valley of our presence.
Information researched by The Worcestershire World War 100 team
- Bandmaster Richard Banbury 7810 - 1st Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. James George Harris 27730 - 4th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. James Jones 39990 - 10th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Walter Nobbs 37322 - 4th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. George Henry Parr 30939 - 10th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. William Powell 35460 - 9th Bn Worcs Reg
- Cpl. Frederick William Widdicombe 12776 - 3rd Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Francis John Hewins 326665 - Durham Light Infantry
- A/Bdr. Arthur Moody 56968 - Royal Garrison Artillery
- CQMS George Taylor 9316 - Royal Warwickshire Regiment