Key dates over November 1918
Lives lost on this day: 8
3rd November 1918 - German sailors mutiny at Kiel
Rolling casualty count: 11419
3rd Batt: At 1600hours the Batt moved to Sepmeries, stopping for one hour at Vendecies.
4th Batt: Church parade was held in the large hall at Holdern`s works at 1000hours. All the draft had a bath and a change of under-clothing.
14th Batt: There was divine Service at 0930 hours. Orders were received to move to the 22nd Corps on the 4th.
Information researched by The Worcestershire World War 100 team
- Pte. George Tyler M/341113 - Army Service Corps
- Pte. George Harold Smith 51788 - Gloucestershire Regiment
- Pte. George Brighton 171857 - Machine Gun Corps
- Sgt. Frederick Conway Jones 21614 - Yorkshire Hussars (Alexandra, Princes of Wales' Own)
- Pte. Fred Woolams 177327 - Machine Gun Corps
- Pte. Frank Lunn 204016 - 2/8th Bn Worcs Reg
- L/Cpl. Alfred Troth 240861 - 3rd Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Frank Hopkins 59306 - 1/8th Bn Worcs Reg