Key dates over November 1915
Lives lost on this day: 2
20th November 1915 - Woman drowned in Severn
Rolling Casualty Count: 2572
At the Front:
1st Batt: Relieved from front line trenches by2nd East Lancs Reg and back to billets and huts in Rue De Lettre. Weather fine and frosty.
2nd Batt: Batt went for Route March
3rd Batt: Relieved from trenches by 10th Cheshire Reg. Went to Divisional Reserve at Papot, near Nieppe.
10th Batt: Two hour bombardment of German line opposite the apex of Canadian Orchard.
On the Home Front:
Woman drowned at Worcester
This morning at 9.30, as Mr. Albert Webb, the Bathing Barge Attendant, was walking from one barge to the other, he noticed some clothing in about two feet of water, near the bank. With his pole and hook he reached the clothes and found that the body of a very old woman was in the water....There were a lot of footmarks on the bank which suggested that the woman had walked up and down the bank a good deal before she got in the water.
The body has been identified as that of Mrs. Parnham, 11, Newport Street.
Information researched by the WWW100 team.
- Pte. Harry Deeley 7873 - 5th Bn.
- Pte. William Partridge 18942 - 9th Bn.