October 27th, 1915
Recent casuality lists contain the following names: -
25th Battalion: Killed, Corp. Harold W. Bennett, Halifax; Stewart B. Eaton, Granville Ferry; Wm McKim, Steve C. Bird, Amherst; Joseph Gardiner, Morien, C.B.; Chas. F. Linsell, England; Geo. Munroe, Halifax; Hugh Lorkie, Edinburgh, Scotland; John McInnis, McLeod Crossing, Glace Bay; George W. Sinclair, New Waterford; Sergt. S. Harker, Cape Breton.
Wounded, Capt. John C. Stairs, Halifax; Sergt. Robert White, Aylesford; Douglas Kelly, Central Clarence, Geo. E. Myers, Sydney; Burton McDonald, Sherbrooke, Guys. Co. Patrick Malone; Chas. Caldwell, New Waterford, Albert Manley, John C. Beck, Halifax; Patrick Brogan, Sydney Mines; Wm. C. Johns St. Paul, Minn. Edward Hermon, Halifax; Adelbert Hersey, Yarmouth; Cyril Campbell, Amherst; Corp. Alfred H. Jenkins, Llangattock, Wales; Pte. Harold OConnell, Yarmouth; Pte. Dan. D. Macdonald Vic. Co., C.B.
10th Batt, wounded, E. H. Leopold, Kemptville; Robert C. Hartling, Port Dufferin.
26th Batt, severely wounded, M. J. Fogarty, Windsor.
28th Batt, killed, Francis E. Dodge, Hantsport.
The total number of casualties in the Canadian forces reported up to October 16th is 677 officers and 14,510 men. Of these 127 officers and 2,489 men have been killed or died by illness or accident; 58 officers and 1,251 men are prisoners of War and 37 officers and 1110 men are missing. The rest are "wounded and ill."