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IN MEMORy by Pierre Vandervelden

The visit of Commonwealth graves in Communal Cemeteries & Churchyards in Belgium & France

pierre.vandervelden@pi.be

ARRAS Memorial (Pas de Calais France)

Pte Ernest Brown 23/04/1917 Aged 24
Pte William Hurst Taylor 28/04/1917

for Anthony Bagshaw Mansfield Woodhouse (U.K.) http://www.mansfieldwoodhouseww1.com/ 

Pte Allan Clark, of Harrowden, dead of wounds, 24/03/1918
For Mr Simon Bull (Northamptonshire U. K.)
L/Sjt William Butterfield 03/05/1917
L/Cpl Simeon Fletcher 26/04/1917
Pte William George Robinson 18/04/1916 aged 33
He was missing after a German mine exploded under a next Company
Sjt Charles Gosling 23/03/1918
Pte Frederick Pusey 03/06/1917 aged 35
L/Cpl William Slade 03/05/1917
Pte Albert Edward Smith Kia 25/03/1918
Albert was killed the first day of the battle of High Wood.
He was about 38 years old when he leaving behind 4 daughters and 1 son, to join the army.
For his grandson David Giddings
Pte Edward O'Kane 20/04/1917
Pte Tom Kitchen 03/05/1917
Pte Ernest W. Johnson 22/03/1918
His brother Pte Norman Leslie Johnson was killed 23/08/1918 and is commemorated at Vis en Artois Memorial
Pte Walter Whitehead 28/04/1917
Sjt George Souness 22/03/1918 aged 24
His brother, Pte John Souness is buried in Sailly sur la Lys Churchyard
For George Souness
Gnr Harold Eugene Rogers 1898 - 21/03/1918
Pte Harold Thomas Brooks 27/03/1918 aged 21
The Cunningham Brothers
Left to right:
Pte Harry Cunningham KIA at Oppy Wood 28/04/1917 aged 31
2nd/Lt Percy Cunningham who survived the War
Pte Noah Cunningham KIA in Arleux en Gohelle 30/05/1917 aged 29
Pte Alfred George Henry Bevan 30/04/1917 aged 26
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
Cpl John Henry Taylor MM 14/05/1917
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
Lt/Col Charles Walter Blackall 24/03/1918 aged 42
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
Lt Edward leslie Orme 27/05/1917
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
2nd/Lt Alfred Montague Syrett 04/05/1917 aged 29
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
L/Cpl George Wheatley KiA 03/05/1917 aged 32
Son of George and Ellen Wheatley
His brother, William died 07/04/1915 aged 23 and is buried in Boulogne Eastern Cem.
From the people of Hartfield
Pte Robert Crawford 20/05/1917 aged 20
Pte Thomas Merritt 24/04/1917 aged 35
Sjt Herbert Seymour 27/04/1892 - 14/04/1917
Pte William Edward French 20/05/1917
Pte Charles Edward Hunt 14/05/1917
Two brothers killed the same day
Ptes William (aged 37) & Edward G. (aged 35) Inwood 23/04/1917
Rfm Henry J. C. Chalkley 18/06/1917
Pte Alfred Bullock 25/03/1918 aged 33
Lt Walter Daniel John Tull 28/04/1888 - 25/03/1918
Lt Geoffrey Robert Youngman Thurlow 23/04/1917 aged 22
Pte Herbert Webster 03/05/1917 aged 38
Pte Frederick Eddison Eastwood 03/05/1917 aged 20
L/Sjt Alexander (Sandy) Turnbull 03/05/1917 aged 33
Pte Wilfred Laurence Barlow 17/04/1917 aged 21
L/Cpl Edward Arthur Kirk 03/05/1917 aged 27
Pte Fred Auty 27/03/1918
Pte Joseph Holmes 09/04/1917 aged 30
Pte Ewart Doodson 09/04/1917 aged 18
L/Cpl Sidney Hornsey 1898 - 23/04/1917
Pte William Cawthorne 25/04/1917 aged 21
2nd/Lt David Arthur Thomas 04/05/1917 aged 22
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
Pte Horace Bruckshaw 28/04/1917
for Dr H.J. Krijnen
Pte Harrison Chatburn 22/03/1918
Residing at 420, Briecliffe Road, Burnley, with his wife and two children, he was a twister at Mesers. Sutcliffe and Bateson's Mill, in Nelson where he enlisted in 11/1914 and went to France in 07/1915.
He was already wounded on 03/07/1916 whilst acting as a Lewis gunner.
2nd/Lt John Lees Burton 27/04/1917 aged 22
for Dave Donatelli (Can)
Gnr Charles Buckley 28/03/1918
for Dave Donatelli (Can)
Pte Arthur Oates 15/06/1917
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
L/Cpl George Wright 17/06/1917
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
Pte Robert E. Ward 14/05/1917 aged 21
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
Pte Hugh Jones 23/07/1917
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
L/Cpl Frank Clutton 22/03/1918
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
Pte Daniel Davies 22/03/1918 aged 27
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
Cpl Bertie Carter 22/03/1918
For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen
Rfm George Alexander Hawkins 18/06/1917 aged 20
George, 20th Battalion, King’s Royal Corps, was the son of James and Mary Ann Hawkins of 92 Sandhurst Road, Catford.
His brother, Pte Frederick Albert Hawkins 23/10/1918 is buried in Tournai Communal Cemetery.
for Kevin Loughnane (Catford Roll of Honour)
2nd/Lt William Joseph Moore 21/03/1918 aged 32
William, 2nd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery was the son of James and Margaret Moore of 72 St. Fillans Road, Catford, and the husband of Hilda Moore of 6 Victoria Avenue, Surbiton – they had one child.
At the time of his death he had only been in France one week.
He was the brother of Pte Sydney Alfred Moore 09/01/1916, buried in Lewisham (Ladywell) Cemetery.
for Kevin Loughnane (Catford Roll of Honour)
A/Cpl Wilson Mullins 26/04/1917 aged 19
Pte Alfred John Reed 26/06/1892 - 11/04/1917
He is remembered on the St Peter's Old Woking G.W.M. Roll of Honour by Pete Smee
and the Surrey County Council Heritage Conservation Team
Pte James Foulds 21/03/1918
L/Cpl Ernest Blamires 25/03/1918
for John Taylor
Pte Joseph Altham 11/04/1917 aged 38
for Tony Beard
Pte Charles Coe 28/04/1917 ? Thank you to help me to identify him, please.
Henry ??? 1917 Thank you to help me to identify him, please.
Thank you to help me to identify him, please.
Thank you to help me to identify him, please.
Thank you to help me to identify him, please.

34 741 casualties

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