The following casualties in the 1st Battalion Beds Regt were reported on Friday, May 21st, 1915.
DIED OF WOUNDS
Pte John James Baker, 4/7173, April 27th, 1915 (Boulogne Eastern Cemetery).
Pte Charles Jackson (29), 3/8605, April 27th, 1915 (Boulogne Eastern Cemetery).
Pte Cyril Meakins (20, of Eaton Bray), 3/7465, April 20th, 1915 (Poperinghe Old Military Cemetery).
Pte Henry William Webb, 8810, April 20th, 1915 (Poperinghe Old Military Cemetery).
Pte Albert Kingham, 3/7569, April 20th, 1915 (Poperinghe Old Military Cemetery).
Pte W. Bays, 7188
Pte W. A. Case, 6874
Pte A. B. Ellis, 8586
Pte W. Jeffs, 7248
Pte W. Seabrook, 13041
Pte J. Smith, 6485
Pte T. H. Taylor, 13094
Sgt W. Walker, 6502
Pte E. Ward, 8461
Pte M. Winch, 13045
WOUNDED AND MISSING
Pte Frederick John Saunders (22), 10192. (CWGC records show he in fact was killed in action on November 8th, 1914 (Harlebeke New British Cemetery).
Beds Regt casualty lists for Monday, May 24th, 1915.
Sgt Reginald Arthur Rosamund Fearn (25, of Dunstable), 8427, 1st Battalion April 29th, 1915 (Mennin Gate Memorial, Ypres).
Pte William Upjohn, 8619, 1st Battalion, November 7th, 1914 (Le Touret Memorial)
DIED OF WOUNDS
Pte Frederick James Cox, 8335, 2nd Battalion, April 28th, 1914 (Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord)
Pte G. Faulkner, 12977
Pte J. Merchant, 7562
Pte S. Stringer, 10243
Beds Regt casualty lists, Wednesday, May 26th, 1915.
DIED OF GAS POISONING
Pte Edward Warner (32), 7602, 1st Battalion, May 2nd, 1915 (Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres). [Awarded posthumous VC].
Pte F. Duck, 8852, 1st Battalion.
Pte A. Underwood, 10452, 1st Battalion.
[The Luton News, May 27th, 1915]