Key dates over December 1918
Lives lost on this day: 0
4th December 1918 - Private "Dick" Knight of Windsor Road Evesham has died in France
Rolling casualty count: 11563
2nd Batt: HM the King passed the Batt on his way through the village of Clary. Capt. Baldwyn proceeded on leave to the UK.
3rd Batt: Demobilisation began with coal miners and other pivotal men being dispatched to England and this continued throughout the month.
4th Batt: Batt moved from Aywaille to La Reid, which was 9 kms. The transport was brigaded and marched in the rear of the Brigade owing to the hills.
14th Batt: There were Coy parades under their own arrangements. 2Lt WH Southall, 2Lt S Couves and 2Lt E Lysons joined the Batt from leave.
Private "Dick" Knight of Windsor Road Evesham has died in France from influenza and bronchial pneumonia. He joined 1st Battalion Worcestershire regiment and was wounded at Neuve Chapelle. He was a prominent local footballer at Evesham United.
Information researched by The Worcestershire World War 100 team
There were no casualties reported on this day.