July 1917 Casulties

8 if the total casualties for this month were caused by a German 5.9″ shell landing in the bivouac area, killing 8 men and wounding a further 35. It was not the most active month of service for the Battalion but there were 25 members of the Battalion that perished that month.

Surname Forename Date of Death Rank Reg. No.
JARVIS LEONARD CHARLES 20/07/1917 Lieutenant  Link
ADAMS J 02/07/1917 Private 54245
BURLEIGH WILLIAM RILEY 09/07/1917 Private 124197
CLARKE R 16/07/1917 Private 53785
COLE JOSEPH WILSON 20/07/1917 Private 123509
CONNATY JAMES 26/07/1917 Private 225546
CRAWFORD C E 23/07/1917 Private 409106
FORBES JAMES 15/07/1917 Private 225563
GRAHAM CONROY PEYTON 14/07/1917 Private 491320
HOLLAND SANDIESON 09/07/1917 Private 226580
JOHNSON CHESTER GORDON 21/07/1917 Private 123917
KAY JOSEPH WASHINGTON 20/07/1917 Private 769182
MATTHEWS J R 09/07/1917 Private 54288
McLEOD ALEXANDER MACGILLIVRAY 19/07/1917 Private 158645
McNALLY N 01/07/1917 Private 409158
PUTERBAUGH ALFRED FREDERICK 30/07/1917 Private 53378
RATCLIFF W 09/07/1917 Private 739723
REED G H 09/07/1917 Private 413119
RIBTON REGINALD HEBER 09/07/1917 Lance Corporal 53280
ROBERTS ARTHUR FREDERICK 14/07/1917 Private 189879
SILLS J 27/07/1917 Private 163689
SMITH A 10/07/1917 Corporal 424389
STEEVES A 09/07/1917 Private 444599
TASCHEREAU EMILE De GASPE 20/07/1917 Private 35005
WEBB WILLIAM 09/07/1917 Private 675541
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