Key dates over September 1918
Lives lost on this day: 3
17th September 1918 - Raid on Turmus Aya
Rolling casualty count: 10626
1st Batt: From the 17th September to 19th, 104 OR joined the Batt.
2nd Batt: There was a Batt scheme to capture Ginchy by flanking movements. The Minimum Reserve under Capt. F De Silvestre proceeded to Les Boeufs.
4th Batt: At 10.15 am the Batt assembled and did a small scheme, practising moving under a barrage and advancing with advance guards. A draft of 58 OR arrived.
14th Batt: A Coy worked on the St Leger to Henin Sur Soseul Road and B Coy went to dig the HQ Road at Croisilles. C Coy worked on Divisional HQ.
Yeomanry/Cavalry: Reg was warned that a raid on Turmus Aya was to be carried out by a Gurkha Batt.
Information researched by The Worcestershire World War 100 team
- Pte. Felix Dudley 23580 - 5th Bn Worcs Reg
- Gunner John Edward Percival Wadams 163677 - Royal Garrison Artillery
- Pte. George Edward Atkins 31766 - King's Own Scottish Borders