In the October 6th casualty list Driver Percy Snoxell, of the 68th Battery, Royal Field Artillery, is given as "wounded and missing".
Driver Snoxell is the eldest son of Mr Alfred Snoxell, of 84 Grange Road, Luton, and is well known in local football circles, having played for the Granville FC. He was in his last year of service. The official information sent to Mr Snoxell does not state when or where his son was wounded. Mr Snoxell has two other sons serving the King - one in the R.A.M.C. and one in the Territorials.
[The name of Driver Percy Glifford Snoxell 59028, single, is recorded on the Luton War Memorial Roll of Honour.]
Private Albert John Clarke, of the Royal Army Medical Corps (Aldershot), son of Mrs R. Clarke, of 2 Queen Street, Luton, is at present in the 1st General Hospital, Birmingham, suffering from a wound received in the Battle of Mons. He was attending a wounded comrade when a shell burst quite close to him and he was wounded in the left leg.
[The Luton News, October 8th, 1914]