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St George's Memorial Church
Their New Bells
Under the inspiration, driving force and dedication of Alan Regin, St George’s Memorial Church now has a new set of bells and these, in comparison to those they replaced, are capable of being rung.

Alan has been Steward of the Central Council Rolls of Honour for several years. He has worked hard to ensure that the rolls are as complete as possible, to the extent that an additional volume was required. He is also responsible for most of the photos and other additional material now forming part of the online version of the Rolls of Honour having visited many of the war cemeteries and memorials around the world where ringers are commemorated (or for some of the more distant ones, such as Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands, persuading other ringers to visit and take photographs when their trips took them nearby). During the centenary period he has organised publication in The Ringing World of monthly lists of ringing casualties for that month a century ago, and been a member of the band for many of the peal and quarter peal attempts organised to commemorate those ringers who lost their lives. It was of particular pleasure to read that Alan’s devotion to campanology has been recognised in the 2018 New Year Honours List and awarded an MBE.

I was delighted to be able to assist with the organization of the delivery of the bells in Ypres but it was not a solo effort. A great deal of help was provided by a host of good people in Ypres that included:
Schepen Verschoore from Ypres Town Council and a member of his staff, Peter Slosse;
Benoit Mottrie, Chairman of the Last Post Association;
Unloading the vehicles at Tyne Cot was arranged by Steven Vandenbussche;
The storage of the vehicles in the Infantry Barracks in Ypres was organised by Kolonel Christophe Onraet and his colleagues on site, Lieutenant Kolonel Carol Vermeulen and members of his staff.

A new ring of 8 bells which have been cast at the world famous bell foundry of John Taylor & Co in Loughborough for St George's Memorial Church in Ypres arrived in Ypres on Tuesday 30th August.

They left Loughborough on Tuesday 22nd August on First World War Dennis and Thornycroft army lorries owned by John Arthur and John Marshall from North Yorkshire. Richard Cockcroft assisted with the driving of the vehicles. Road transport was provided by Stuart Ritchie of E & N Ritchie Hauliers, Co Durham. The bells and lorries were part of the World War One commemorative display at the Great Dorset Steam Fair (from 24th to 28th August inclusive). The Great Dorset Steam Fair sponsored the road transport costs from Loughborough, Leicestershire, to the Great Dorset Steam Fair and then onto Ypres.

The bells and the lorries programme was:

Wednesday 30th August 2017

The Bells will be in Belgium and will travel from Tyne Cot Cemetery to the Menin Gate on the Dennis & Thornycroft lorries were present at the Last Post Ceremony at 8.00pm. The route and timings were:
2.30pm - 4.30pm Tyne Cot Cemetery Parking area
5.10pm - 5.35pm Hooge Crater Cemetery
5.50pm - 6.25pm Perth Cemetery (China Wall)
6.40pm - 7.15pm Railway Dugouts Burial Ground (Transport Farm)
7.30pm                    Arrive at Menin Gate
8.00pm                   Last Post Ceremony at the Menin Gate  
8.30pm                   Depart Menin Gate       

Thursday 31st August 2017
The Bells travel to St George's Memorial Church on the Dennis & Thornycroft lorries via Ypres Reservoir Cemetery and the Grote Markt, before arriving at the Church:
09.45am – 10.10am Ypres Reservoir Cemetery
10.20am – 10.50am The Grote Markt
11.00am                       Arrive at St George’s Memorial Church

At 5.00pm a special service was held in St George's Memorial Church where the bells were dedicated on the floor of the Church.

The fine tower of St George’s Memorial Church was built to contain change ringing bells, bells controlled by rope and wheel that turn through 360 degrees when they are rung and will be the first of their kind in Belgium. The inscriptions on the bells follow the same pattern of individual or group commemoration found in the church. Each bell has a Poppy motif cast around the shoulder.

The bells were hung in the tower during September and then other work in the tower was completed ready for the final dedication service which was held on:

Sunday 22nd October 2017

The bells were dedicated in the tower at a special service starting at 11.00am. The service was conducted by The Rt. Revd Dr Robert Innes, Bishop in Europe.

Handbells
A set of 16 Victorian handbells that belonged to a Great War Veteran have been donated to the project by John Coles. These will be fully restored by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry and be available to local and visiting ringers.

Memorial Book

Timothy Noad, professional illuminator and calligrapher, has been commissioned to create a Memorial Book that will be on display in the newly panelled ringing room. Each of the 64 inscriptions on the bells will be recorded in the book together with details of the donors.
The Knott Brothers
Captain Henry Basil Knott
9th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers
Died on Tuesday 7th September 1915, aged 24
Grave reference V. B. 16, Ypres Town Cemetery.

Basil was born at the Manor House, Newcastle, on Thursday 5th February 1891, younger son of Sir James Knott, 1st Baronet, and Lady Margaret Knott, of Close House, Wylamon-Tyne, who was Member of Parliament for Sunderland in 1910. He was educated privately followed by Eton College as a member of Mr Arthur Conolly Gage Heygate’s House, leaving in 1910. He became a Director in the family shipping company, the Prince Line of Newcastle.
At the outbreak of war Basil volunteered and was commissioned in September 1914 and went into training with his brother at Bovington. He was promoted to Captain and left for Boulogne, France on Thursday 15th July 1915 on the SS Invicta. Basil was sent to northern France to complete his training before crossing the border to begin tours of duty in the front line.
Henry was in action at the Bois Carré, Vierstraat, and was mortally wounded in the head by a rifle bullet and was taken to No 10 Casualty Clearing Station at ‘Remy Sidings’ where he died the next day, and was buried in Poperinghe New Cemetery.
Henry left an estate of £20,196 13s 8d (approximately £1,691,255.00 today).
His father, Sir James, disposed of his company by the end of 1916 after the death of Basil’s brother, Jim and moved to Jersey. It was his wish to have the bodies of both his sons brought back to England but the authorities would not bend, despite him using all the connections and influence he had. Finally, they agreed that both boys would be buried next to each other, and so Basil was exhumed and moved to Ypres Reservoir and his brother brought from Fricourt, France.
There are buried now next to each and both graves carry the same inscription: “Devoted in life, in death not divided”.
Basil and Jim Knott are commemorated on many memorials raised their memory. They include:
In the porch of St George’s Memorial Church, Ypres, there are three plaques to the Knott family including one to their father who donated large sums of money to the church. A trust fund in his memory was created that still operates to this day: www.knott-trust.co.uk
The inscriptions in St George’s Memorial Church read:
“To the glory of God and in memory of his two sons killed in action. Major James Leadbitter Knott, DSO, 10th West Yorkshire Regiment, Captain Henry Basil Knott, 9th Northumberland Fusiliers. This tower was given by Sir James Knott. MDCCCCXXVIIII.”
“To the glory of God and in memory Major James Leadbitter Knott, DSO, 10th West Yorkshire Regiment, Captain Henry Basil Knott, 9th Northumberland Fusiliers, killed in action the bells in this tower were consecrated 11th November 1997.”
They are commemorated at Collercoats, Heddon, and Wylam, a memorial park at Heddon was created by their father. In St James and St Basil, Fenham, Newcastle, a pair of stained glass window show each brother in uniform.
He was recorded in Debretts Obituary — War Roll of Honour published in the 1921 edition.
His eldest brother, Thomas, who was working in New Zealand at the outbreak of war, served during the war and survived. He succeeded to the title and lived in Courtland, Exmouth, Devon.
For further information, see ‘A History of the Knott Family’ by Joan R Duckett, and ‘Pride of the Princes - History of The Prince Line’ by Norman L Middlemiss.

Major James Leadbitter ‘Jim’ Knott, DSO
10th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
Died on Saturday 1st July 1916, aged 33
Grave reference V. B. 15, Ypres Town Cemetery.


Citation for the Distinguished Service Order, London Gazette, Saturday 3rd June 1916:
“War Office, 3 Jun. 1916. His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to approve of the undermentioned rewards for distinguished service in the field, dated 3 June, 1916.” His name is listed below.

Jim was born on Saturday 2nd December 1882, elder son of Sir James Knott, 1st Baronet, and Lady Margaret Knott, of Close House, Wylamon-Tyne, who was Member of Parliament for Sunderland in 1910. He was educated at Eton College as a member of the Reverend Henry Daman’s and Mr Hugh Vibart Macnaghten’s Houses, leaving in 1900 and then travelled extensively in North America. He was appointed Deputy Managing Director to his father in The Prince Line, a shipping company in Newcastle.
Like his father, Jim took a great interest in politics and was selected as the Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Liberal-held constituency of Hyde. In 1916 a by-election was called in the seat but Jim gave up the opportunity of being the candidate so that he could remain at the front.
At the outbreak of war Jim volunteered and was gazetted and went into training with his brother at Bovington. He was promoted to Captain on Saturday 21st November 1914.
Early on Wednesday 14th July 1915 Jim arrived in Boulogne and entrained at 3.50pm for Lumbres. He marched with his men to billets in the Ouve area. Jim marched to Arques on Sunday 18th and after resting overnight moved to Steenvoorde. After the tiring march all ranks were delighted to have two days rest before continuing the march across the Belgian border to La Clytte, arriving in the early hours of Friday 23rd. All ranks were sent into the trenches in front of Kemmel for practical training with experienced, battle-hardened troops. On Monday 26th Private Arthur Hall was mortally wounded and died the next day; he was the first to be killed from the Battalion that brought home to everyone the reality of the Western Front — he is buried in Westouter Churchyard and Extension.
The Battalion began its first tour of duty in its own right on Monday 2nd August in the line between the Vierstraat to Wytschaete road and the Verbrandenmolen. At 10.45am a bombardment of the line began and at 11.10am the enemy blew a mine close to ‘B’ Company that wounded Lieutenant Maidlow and four of his men, however two German soldiers were killed! A week later Jim transferred north to support an attack at Hooge. A welcome break from the front line came early on Saturday 14th August when Jim arrived in La Clytte for twelve days of rest and training. When not instructing or organising his mens activities Jim was able to visit Bailleul and enjoy the cafés, concerts, restaurants and other facilities that abounded in the town. The reality of the Western Front returned on Thursday 26th when he marched with his men from La Clytte to relieve the Border Regiment in the front line near ‘Dead Dog Farm’, St Eloi.
The Battalion remained in the sector until the end of October when they were sent to Hooge that was described: “The trenches taken over were in a very bad condition. They had all suffered heavily from both our own and the enemy’s shellfire during the fighting between the end of July and the 25th September. Several trenches had been entirely destroyed and in the support and reserve lines it had not been possible to reconstruct them. North of the Menin Road the trenches varied from 80 to 20 yards distant from the enemy’s front trenches. The large crater blown up on June 10th, when the 3rd Division attacked, is 80 feet across and 40 deep. The inside has been constantly shelled and some hundreds of men are buried in it. On the line south of the Menin Road there is a gap of 200 feet between C.1 and C.3 trenches. It has never been possible to reconstruct the intervening trench C.2 as it is constantly destroyed by enemy fire. Zouave Wood is a mass of debris and broken trees. The enemy opposite are Wurtemburgers and regiments from Alsace.” Jim was relieved on Monday 1st November; he spent the rest of the month on tours of duty in the sector. The first ten days of December were spent in reserve at ‘York Huts’ before returning to Hooge for a tour. Jim and his men were looking forward to some rest in their camp at Busseboom, where they had arrived on Wednesday 15th December, but due to a gas attack they were stood to. Christmas Day was spent out of the line but Jim was back on duty in the trenches on Boxing Day where a raid was countered later in the evening.
Jim left the trenches of the Salient on Friday 7th January 1916 and after a series of marches with his men took them to Ruminghem where training continued until Saturday 5th February. He returned to a camp in Reninghelst on Monday 7th, a week later Jim was about to march to the line at St Eloi when the enemy blew a mine under ‘The Bluff’ so the relief was postponed. It was not until 6.00pm did the Battalion relieve the 10th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers. Jim continued fighting in the sector and on Monday 28th February the Brigade Diary recorded: “10th West Yorkshire’s Intelligence Officer has sent in reports of considerable value as to the enemy’s works on the Bluff, which has enabled the artillery to destroy them. This officer, and the Intelligence Officer of the 7th Yorkshires, also discovered some enemy strong points opposite the trenches held by their Regiments. These are being destroyed by the siege battery.” Following a terrific bombardment on Wednesday 1st March the Battalion was involved in a fierce fight and lost one hundred and twenty officers and men, killed and wounded.
Active service in Belgium ended on Sunday 12th March; Jim was moved to the Armentières sector a week later where he remained until being sent south on Friday 12th May to train at Bayenghem for the Battle of the Somme. The first main action that Jim would take part in was at Fricourt, as described in the Divisional Diary: “As Fricourt Village and Wood had been excluded from attack in the first phase of operations, it was decided to cover the right flank of the 21st Division, by occupying the north edge of Fricourt village as far as Red Cottage and Lonely Copse. This attack was allotted to the 50th Infantry Brigade, which was therefore detached and placed under the orders of the G.O.C., 21st Division, and under his orders this brigade took over the trenches opposite Fricourt Village, with instructions to advance against their objective at 7.30 a.m. on the 1st July.”
The Battalion received the following order for the attack: “The 7th Yorkshire Regiment will assault on a front from the Wing Corner to south side of German Tambour in conjunction with the 22nd Brigade on the right, with the following objectives:
(1)    Of clearing up to the eastern edge of Fricourt Village from Well Lane to Cottage Trench and Cottage Trench to Willow Avenue, there joining with the 22nd Brigade (7th Division). On reaching this objective the Battalion will re-organize with the objective of
(2)    Clearing Fricourt Wood as far as Willow Trench and the track leading N.N.E. to X.28.C.8.0 as soon as the barrage on the west front of Fricourt Wood lifts (i.e. 2nd Zero plus fifteen minutes from S.W. edge of wood and 2nd Zero plus one hour forty-five minutes from a parallel line 150 yards back from edge of wood).
The 10th West Yorkshire Regiment will co-operate with the 7th Yorkshire Regiment against both objectives.
The boundary between the two battalions will be —
(1)    Through Fricourt village:- The line of trenches running from the junction of Hare Lane and Red Trench to Well Lane at F.3.b. central,
(2)    Through Fricourt Wood:- Roughly the line of clearing running N.E. through the middle of the wood.”

At 7.30am Lieutenant Colonel Arthur Dickson and Jim (his Second in Command) led the third and fourth companies forward only to be cut down by machine gun fire, they and most of their men were killed.
The War diary reads: “On 1st July 1916 at 7.30 a.m. the Battalion took part in the grand assault. Casualties were very heavy, chiefly, caused by machine guns which enfiladed our left flank and were so deadly that the third and fourth lines failed to get across ‘No Man’s Land’, resulting in 22 Officer casualties, including the Commanding Officer, Lt.-Col. Dickson and Major J. L. Knott, Second in Command were both killed and approximately 750 other ranks.”   
Jim was originally buried alongside Lieutenant Colonel Dickson in Fricourt New Military Cemetery. After the war he was reburied with his brother, see above.
A letter that Jim wrote home the day he was killed is displayed in the West Yorkshire Regiment Memorial Chapel in York Minster. The envelope was marked: “This letter is only to be sent to my father in the event of my death before 15 July 1916.” The letter reads:
British Army in the Field
1 July 1916
My dearest Father and Mother,
If you are reading this letter is means that this war has demanded the extreme sacrifice from me, and my object in writing is to bring you as far as I can, some measure of consolation and courage and patience to bear your sorrow.
It is not in any sense a message from the grave because whatever I may or may not doubt, I have very complete faith in the Life Eternal.
I know that I will be with you when you are reading this, and I want you to realise, and always remember that, although Providence has been decided that I may not return to you in the flesh, that I shall be always with you in the Spirit sharing your joys and sorrows.
I feel compelled by my knowledge of you both to write this, because my own great anxiety at the present time is the possibility of your collapse if I follow ‘Pomp’.
Momentous events are looming up and I have a premonition that I may not return to you. I have been dreaming of Basil recently, and I have an indistinct recollection of a letter in Basil’s handwriting dated June 1916, which I feel is his warning message. If I am correct then you will both know Basil and I are happy.
I hope and desire above all things that you will unduly grieve. You must not think harshly of me for refusing to accept safe employment, even if my action results and your sorrow. We have all to show courage — those out here in facing the music and taking what comes in a stoic manner — those at home in facing the loneliness that must follow the casualties of severe fighting.
I do want you to know and realise how deeply and whole-heartedly I have appreciated and loved you both for your unselfish devotion and all-forgiving love. My life has been one uninterrupted period of all that a man could wish for or desire. If I die now I am content to do so. Life is sweet, and holds out all that a young man could desire — power, wealth and above all, great love, but I want you to know that I faced the future fearlessly, and that I was cheerful and satisfied.
My medals are yours but I should like them destroyed when you both join me — whenever that may be.
Always remember that I am relying upon you both to be good brave parents, and that I can only be really happy in a new life if I know and can see that you are happy too.
My clothes, furniture and motor car must all be immediately disposed of, everything which reminds you of my death must be removed — this is my urgent desire and wish.
God grant that you will be given health, strength and happiness for many years.
Your devoted son,
Jim

Jim left an estate of £104,350 2s 0d (approximately £8,738,269.00 today).
He is commemorated on several memorials, see his brother above for further details.
Jim was recorded in Debretts Obituary — War Roll of Honour published in the 1921 edition.

Kemmel Sector

The Kemmel Sector
Godezonne Farm Cemetery
3181 Private Peter Battles, 2nd Battalion Royal Scots, died on Friday 2nd April 1915.
Lieutenant Lachlan Henry Veitch Fraser, 4th Battalion Middlesex Regiment ded on Wednesday 24th February 1915.
Second Lieutenant Charles Stuart Hedderwick, ‘B’ Company 2nd Battalion Royal Scots, died on Sunday 28th February 1915.
Captain The Honourable Douglas Arthur Kinnaird, Master of Kinnaird, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards, died on Saturday 24th October 1914.
Lieutenant Eric Elsdale Molson, 3rd Battalion attached 2nd Battalion Royal Scots, died on Thursday 1st April 1915..
34752 Gunner Alfred John Payne, ‘B’ Battery, 177th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Saturday 18th November 1916.
Captain Harry Douglas Saward, 2nd Battalion Royal Scots, died on Tuesday 23rd March 1915.

Kemmel Château Military Cemetery
71568 Private John Grant Anderson, 27th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment), died on Wednesday 13th October 1915.
10326 Private Reginald John Baulch, 2nd Battalion East Surrey Regiment, died on Wednesday 10th March 1915.
Second Lieutenant Eric Leslie Finch Beatty, 12th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment) attached Trench Mortar Battery, died on Friday 23rd June 1916.
3115 Private Lewis Albert Beeden, ‘A’ Company, 6th Battalion King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, died on Sunday 13th June 1915.
L/3435 Serjeant Jeremiah Berry, ‘D’ Battery 148th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Sunday 30th September 1917.
1605 Private George Blythen, 1st/4th Battalion attached ‘C’ Company 1st/5th Battalion Cheshire Regiment, died on Saturday 27th March 1915.
Second Lieutenant Ernest Edwin Bradshaw, ‘D’ Battery 148th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Sunday 30th September 1917.
Lieutenant Frederick Bonham Burr, 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died on Friday 12th March 1915.
Second Lieutenant William Hamilton Clarke, ‘A’ Company 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died on Friday 12th March 1915.
Lieutenant Horace Alexander Collins, South Staffordshire Regiment attached 246th Brigade Royal Field Artillery , died on Tuesday 18th September 1917.
5332 Private Patrick Collins, DCM, 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers, died on Friday 9th March 1917.
Captain Heffernan James Considine, MC, 4th Battalion attached 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, died on Friday 27th October 1916.
Captain Edward Martin Crawley-Boevey, 1st Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment attached 4th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, died on Thursday 24th December 1914.
Captain Alfred Ernest Sackville Cresswell, 2nd Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), died on Saturday 13th March 1915.
2866 Private Alexander Darroch, 2nd Battalion Royal Scots, died on Wednesday 21st April 1915.
6813 Lance Corporal Fountain Davey, 1st Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, died on Friday 2nd July 1915.
Second Lieutenant Howard Samuel Davy, 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, died on Monday 15th February 1915.
Lieutenant Alfred Frederic Ottobine Dobson, 8th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), died on Tuesday 15th June 1915.
73128 Private Francis Everett Dodge, 28th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment), died on Tuesday 12th October 1915.
20425 Private Michael Doherty, 7th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died on Monday 16th October 1916.
13466 Private Patrick Doohan, 2nd Battalion South Lancashire Regiment, died on Friday 29th January 1915.
Major Arnold Inman Draper, 17th Battalion The King’s (Liverpool Regiment), died on Sunday 21st October 1917.
Lieutenant Colonel Guy Louis Busson Du Maurier, DSO, 3rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, died on Tuesday 9th March 1915.
G/829 Private Archibald Victor Duffell, 2nd Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), died on Sunday 14th March 1915.
533281 Private Reginald Victor Dunn, 1st/15th Battalion London Regiment (Prince of Wales’ Own Civil Service Rifles), died on Friday 4th May 1917.
18218 Private Samuel Eardley, 2nd Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment, died on Tuesday 10th August 1915.
Second Lieutenant John Radley Eddison, ‘D’ Company 1st/8th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), died on Wednesday 21st April 1915.
1622 Private John Leslie Elmslie, 1st Battalion Honourable Artillery Company, died on Thursday 11th March 1915.
30983 Private Arthur Farrimond, 58th Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps, died on Thursday 20th September 1917.
22980 Private George Faulkner, 1st Battalion Welsh Regiment, died on Sunday 12th September 1915.
Lieutenant Tristram Freeman, ‘C’ Company 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died on Friday 12th March 1915.
Captain Ivan Harold Garvey, MC, 3rd Battalion attached 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers , died on Tuesday 20th February 1917.
18672 Private Albert Edward Gautier, 1st Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, died on Monday 9th August 1915.
Major John Angel Gibbs, DSO, 9th Battalion Welsh Regiment, died on Thursday 20th September 1917.
Second Lieutenant Albert Bernard Lawrence Godson, 9th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment, died on Friday 3rd August 1917.
Second Lieutenant Arthur Knolles Green, ‘D’ Battery 148th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Sunday 30th September 1917.
Lieutenant Rupert Vardon De Burgh Griffith, 3rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, died on Friday 12th March 1915.
2486 Serjeant Augustine John Hackett, 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers, died on Monday 19th February 1917.
13093 Private Ernest Hall, 9th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment, died on Tuesday 17th July 1917.
Captain John Henry Lyle Haller, 3rd Battalion attached 2nd Battalion East Surrey Regiment, died on Friday 12th March 1915.
Lieutenant Alfred John Haughton, 9th Battalion Durham Light Infantry, died on Thursday 24th June 1915.
Captain George Edward Hewett, West India Regiment attached ‘A’ Company 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died on Friday 12th March 1915.
Second Lieutenant Robert Edward Talbot Hewitt, 3rd Battalion attached 6th Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, died on Thursday 7th June 1917.
Second Lieutenant George Harold Highfield, 3rd Battalion attached 1st Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, died on Sunday 4th July 1915.
Lieutenant Henry Denne Hilton, 5th Battalion attached 4th Battalion Middlesex Regiment, died on Sunday 20th December 1914.
17515 Private Harold K Hodsden (served as Private Harold Duggen), 2nd Battalion King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), died on Saturday 26th June 1915.
Second Lieutenant William Humphrey Hollins, 8th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), died on Tuesday 15th June 1915.
Lieutenant Sidney Frederick Hooper, 3rd Battalion attached 1st Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, died on Friday 12th March 1915.
Second Lieutenant Henry Arnold Hosegood, 3rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, died on Wednesday 24th February 1915.
L/16070 Private John Gray McCulloch Hunter, 3rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, died on Wednesday 10th March 1915.
2121 Private Jack Hyde, 1st/8th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), died on Tuesday 6th April 1915.
2689 Private James Jacobs, 2nd Battalion King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), died on Friday 25th June 1915.
1116 Private Maurice Gurney Jameson, Honourable Artillery Company, died on Saturday 6th March 1915.
Major Alan Robert Constantine Jenks, MC, 61st Field Company Royal Engineers, died on Tuesday 31st July 1917.
Second Lieutenant William Mary Augustine Keane, 3rd Battalion attached 8th Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers, died on Saturday 4th November 1916.
74015 Private Stanley Stephen Killick, 28th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment), died on Monday 27th September 1915.
Captain Cuthbert Hayward Kirkus, 283rd Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, died on Tuesday 31st July 1917.
73446 Private Count Øve Krag-Juel-Vind-Frijs, 28th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment), died on Monday 15th November 1915.
1662 Lance Corporal Paul Scheltema Lampard, 1st Battalion Honourable Artillery Company , died on Sunday 7th February 1915.
G/16044 Private Percy Frank Linfield, ‘B’ Company 13th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment, died on Monday 15th October 1917.
Lieutenant Cecil George Bertram Loos, 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died on Friday 12th March 1915.
Second Lieutenant James Acheson Maclean, MC, ‘D’ Battery 148th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Sunday 30th September 1917.
Captain John Edward ‘Jack’ Marshall, 1st Battalion Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, died on Tuesday 30th March 1915.
Second Lieutenant Alfred William Maughan, 285th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, died on Sunday 24th June 1917.
Second Lieutenant Charles Frederick Moore, 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died on Friday 12th March 1915.
Lieutenant Michael Joseph Murphy, 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died on Thursday 11th March 1915.
Captain Francis Henry Nash, MC, 9th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment, died on Tuesday 17th July 1917.
Lieutenant James Nash, 1st Battalion East Surrey Regiment, died on Friday 2nd April 1915.
Second Lieutenant John Nisbet, 3rd Battalion attached 2nd Battalion Royal Scots, died on Thursday 15th April 1915.
79867 Private Ino Laurence Kennedy Nuttall, 31st Battalion Canadian Infantry (Alberta Regiment), died on Sunday 3rd October 1915.
Captain Capel Desmond O’Brien Butler, MC, 6th Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, died on Thursday 7th June 1917.
7704 Private John O’Donoghue, 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers, died on Thursday 8th February 1917.
Second Lieutenant Fred Oldfield, 9th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment, died on Friday 29th June 1917.
75393 Private William John Osborne, 29th Battalion Canadian Infantry (British Columbia Regiment), died on Friday 8th October 1915.
Second Lieutenant Walter Frederick Parriss, 3rd Battalion Middlesex Regiment, died on Monday 15th March 1915.
Lieutenant Charles Alfred Pigot-Moodie, 6th Battalion Rifle Brigade attached 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, died on Wednesday 13th January 1915.
3406 Private Guy Barclay Pollexfen, 10th Battalion The King’s (Liverpool Regiment), died on Tuesday 26th January 1915.
Lieutenant Pierce Michael Joseph Power, Royal Army Medical Corps attached 1st Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, died on Tuesday 2nd March 1915.
814575 Private William Henry Proctor, 4th Battalion Canadian Labour Corps, died on Monday 14th May 1917.
Second Lieutenant Richard ‘Dick’ Fenwick Ruddock, 6th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, died on Sunday 18th June 1916.
74137 Private William Scott, 28th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment), died on Thursday 6th January 1916.
Lieutenant Colonel Edward MacMahon Seddon, DSO, 285th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, died on Sunday 24th June 1917.
Second Lieutenant Henry Francis Severne, 1st/6th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), died on Monday 10th May 1915.
26052 Private Arthur Shields, 7th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died on Tuesday 25th September 1916.
52929 Private James C Smith, 17th Battalion The King’s (Liverpool Regiment), executed on Wednesday 5th September 1917.
6730 Private Stanley Stewart, 2nd Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers, executed on Wednesday 29th August 1917.
G/18189 Private William John Styan, 4th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, died on Saturday 20th May 1916.
Lieutenant Fergus Algernon Sutton, ‘D’ Company 2nd Battalion South Lancashire Regiment, died on Saturday 27th February 1915.
Lieutenant William Louis Tate, 3rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, died on Saturday 13th March 1915.
Lieutenant Joseph Charles Tyndall, 4th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers attached 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, died on Tuesday 2nd March 1915.
Second Lieutenant Michael Thomas Wall, 3rd Battalion attached 6th Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, died on Thursday 7th June 1917.
Captain Cyril Edward Elliott Wells, 2nd Battalion East Surrey Regiment, died on Wednesday 10th March 1915.
Lieutenant Arthur Montagu Williams, ‘D’ Company 7th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), died on Tuesday 15th June 1915.
Second Lieutenant Edward Benjamin Bickford Williamson, 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers, died on Monday 19th February 1917.
3/7006 Private Reginald Wilson, 1st Battalion Devonshire Regiment, died on Saturday 3rd April 1915.
Captain Henry Gordon Wright, ‘C’ Company, 8th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), died on Sunday 6th June 1915.
105177 Gunner Adolph Ernest Zeitter, 267th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, died on Wednesday 30th May 1917.

Kemmel Churchyard
L/4403 Lance Corporal Richard Arthur Nelson Crayston, 12th (Prince of Wales’s Royal) Lancers, died on Saturday 31st October 1914.
1718 Private Frank Bennett Dallow, ‘D’ Squadron, Queen’s Own Oxfordshire Hussars, died on Sunday 22nd November 1914.
Major George Geoffrey Prendergast Humphreys, 127th Queen Mary’s Own Baluch Light Infantry attached 129th Duke of Connaught’s Own Baluchis, died on Friday 30th October 1914.
Lieutenant Percy Dale ‘Toggie’ Kendall, 10th Battalion The King’s (Liverpool Regiment), died on Monday 25th January 1915.
8951 Private Harry Marchant, 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers, died on Saturday 2nd January 1915.
Lieutenant James Robertson Jack Mylles, 3rd Battalion Highland Light Infantry attached 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, died on Wednesday 30th December 1914.
Captain Miles Radcliffe, 2nd Battalion Border Regiment attached 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers, died on Saturday 12th December 1914.
7018 Serjeant Albert John Russell, 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers, died on Friday 30th October 1914.
Second Lieutenant Frederick Harding ‘Tanky’ Turner, 10th Battalion The King’s (Liverpool Regiment), died on Sunday 10th January 1915.
3/6904 Serjeant George Gordon Watt, 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, died on Monday 14th December 1914.
Second Lieutenant Musgrave Cazenove ‘Bob’ Wroughton, 12th (Prince of Wales’s Royal) Lancers, died on Friday 30th October 1914.

Kemmel No 1 French Cemetery
1048 Corporal Edward Appleton, Essex Yeomanry, died on Friday 14th May 1915.
6931 Serjeant John Clarke, DCM, ‘Y’ Company 1st Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, died on Friday 18th June 1915.
Second Lieutenant Charles Leonard Kelly, 204th Squadron Royal Air Force and The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, died on Friday 20th September 1918.
6365 Private Robert Dixon Gordon McCullough, 25th Battalion Australian Infantry, AIF
Died on Thursday 4th October 1917.
2569 Corporal of Horse Arthur Rose, DCM, 1st Life Guards, died on Friday 20th November 1914.
6454 Private Herbert Reginald Kingston Splatt, 3rd Dragoon Guards (Prince of Wales’ Own), died on Tuesday 17th November 1914.

Klein-Vierstraat British Cemetery
G/15683 Private Harold Wilfred Asbrey, 13th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment, died on Monday 13th August 1917.
145013 Acting Bombardier Robert Yeudall Auld, 221st Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, died on Tuesday 18th September 1917.
Second Lieutenant James Chester Badgley, 6th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, died on Thursday 7th June 1917.
36285 Private Walter Bennett, 9th Battalion Cheshire Regiment, died on Tuesday 10th April 1917.
201815 Private Horace Boyce, 2nd/6th Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment, died on Thursday 2nd May 1918.
49875 Private Ernest Bracegirdle, 9th Battalion Cheshire Regiment, Died on Thursday 7th June 1917.
R/27346 Rifleman William Henry Brett, 21st Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died on Friday 19th January 1917.
S/13870 Lance Corporal Harry Stephen Browne, 10th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
Died on Wednesday 24th April 1918.
C/12154 Rifleman, George Owen Burrell, 21st Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died on Monday 12th March 1917.
29498 Sapper William Edward Moncur Buttars, 2nd Signal Troop Royal Engineers, died on Monday 24th May 1915.
46459 Serjeant Thomas Campbell, DCM, MM, 82nd Field Company Royal Engineers, died on Tuesday 23rd October 1917.
R/19327 Rifleman Albert John Carl, 21st Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died on Saturday 17th February 1917.
23762 Private Henry Charles Champion, 6th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, died on Thursday 7th June 1917.
Lieutenant Edward Vivian Morgan Crofton, 61st Field Company Royal Engineers, died on Saturday 14th July 1917.
13794 Company Serjeant Major John Stanley Dale, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died on Saturday 4th May 1918.
72137 Private Frank Dawkins, 9th Battalion Cheshire Regiment, died on Monday 29th April 1918.
7629 Private Robert Dowle, 10th Battalion The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment), died on Saturday 24th February 1917.
Second Lieutenant John Hugh Evan Lloyd Edwards, 34th Battery 189th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 20th September 1917.
A/200705 Rifleman Edward Henry Elsom, 21st Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died on Saturday 17th February 1917.
Major Chalkley Vivian Gould, 115th Battery 25th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Saturday 9th June 1917.
Second Lieutenant William Lees Hamilton, No 4 Section, 237th Field Company Royal Engineers, died on Thursday 20th September 1917.
24620 Private Richard Townley Harden, 7th Battalion King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), died on Thursday 7th June 1917.
Captain Noel Henry Bruce Hastings, ‘B’ Company 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died on Thursday 7th June 1917.
A/200880 Rifleman Harris William Hoy, 21st Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died on Saturday 17th February 1917.
1834 Lance Corporal Roderick Maclennan, 1st/9th Battalion Royal Scots, died on Sunday 9th May 1915.
11023 Private Charles McGeown, 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers, died on Wednesday 13th January 1915.
4538 Private Samuel Philip McNeil, 10th Battalion Australian Infantry, AIF, died on Friday 8th September 1916.
Second Lieutenant Charles Arthur George Moore, 5th Battalion attached 16th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), died on Friday 19th April 1918
Captain George Bell Purvis, 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment attached 56th Company Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), died on Friday 8th June 1917.
Lieutenant Colonel Ernest Cowper Slade, DSO, MC, 4th Battalion attached 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died on Saturday 4th May 1918.
C/12490 Rifleman Charlie Stephenson, 21st Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died on Saturday 17th February 1917.
Lieutenant William Rutherford Tiptaft, 62nd Company Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) attached 3rd Battalion Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment), died on Friday 21st September 1917.
Second Lieutenant Noel Veder Wallis, 9th Battalion Cheshire Regiment, died on Tuesday 10th April 1917.
Lieutenant Walter Montagu ‘Monte’ West, ‘C’ Company 1st Battalion Cambridgeshire Regiment, died on Wednesday 5th May 1915.
Lieutenant Selwyn Coldham Williams, ‘D’ Battery 189th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 18th January 1917.

La Clytte Military Cemetery
32598 Private Stainslaw Alexandrovitch, 1st/5th Battalion King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died on Thursday 26th September 1918.
49102 Driver Thomas Henry Baldock, 242nd Brigade Ammunition Column Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 14th March 1918
4264 Private Daniel Ballantyne, ‘C’ Company 2nd Battalion Royal Scots, Died on Tuesday 27th April 1915.
501169 Corporal John Findlay Barclay, DCM, Section 4, 1st Tunnelling Company Canadian Engineers, died on Saturday 11th August 1917.
68672 Gunner Ernest Bennett, DCM, 52nd Battery 15th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Saturday 6th October 1917.
Captain Charles Francis Bower, 16th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), died on Thursday 13th September 1917.
Second Lieutenant Leslie Cecil James Burnett, 242nd Army Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 14th March 1918.
Lieutenant John Haydon Chave, 19th Battalion Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), died on Monday 15th April 1918.
Second Lieutenant Alban Kingsford Chaytor, 6th Battalion attached 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died on Wednesday 26th May 1915.
200015 Serjeant George Brown Cruickshank, MM and Bar, 4th/5th Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died on Thursday 1st November 1917.
200176 Private James Orr Cruickshank, 1st/4th Battalion Gordon Highlanders, died on Thursday 15th April 1915.
133198 Gunner Frederick George Davis, ‘D’ Battery 242nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 14th March 1918.
135130 Private Keith Drozdovsky, 2nd Battalion Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment), died on Thursday 9th August 1917.
Second Lieutenant Ronald Walpole Durno, Royal Field Artillery attached ‘Y’ 41st Trench Mortar Battery, died on Saturday 24th February 1917.
830 Private Geoffrey Ffrangcon-Davies, 1st Battalion Honourable Artillery Company, died on Monday 10th May 1915.
Second Lieutenant Douglas Fitch, ‘C’ Battery 162nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Tuesday 16th October 1917.
L/22957 Gunner Charley Wilfred Fuggle, ‘D’ Battery 242nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 14th March 1918.
Lieutenant Geoffrey Thomas Goodman, 3rd West Riding Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Friday 1st June 1917.
Captain John Hugh Gunner, Hampshire Yeomanry (Carabiniers) attached 15th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, Died on Friday 9th August 1918.
Second Lieutenant Arthur Donald Hamilton, Royal Engineers, died on Friday 19th October 1917.
152946 Gunner Arthur Clyde Hancock, ‘D’ Battery 242nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 14th March 1918.
1112 Private  Lancelot Graham Harris, 1st Battalion Honourable Artillery Company, died on Wednesday 28th April 1915.
Lieutenant Ronald Young Herbert, 235th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Sunday 23rd September 1917.
53546 Gunner Frank James Hesham, 21st Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, died on Wednesday 17th November 1915.
Lieutenant Colonel Noel Houghton, 16th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), died on Thursday 13th September 1917.
Lieutenant Colonel Ambrose Robin Innes-Browne, DSO, 6th Battalion King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died on Wednesday 10th April 1918.
Lieutenant Alexander Gill Keith, 11th Battalion attached ‘B’ Company 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, died on Saturday 27th November 1915.
956224 Gunner Henry William Charlton Kilbourn, ‘C’ Battery 235th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Monday 6th August 1917.
122270 Lance Bombardier Alexander Kinnear, 251st Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, died on Saturday 30th March 1918.
Lieutenant John Sutherland ‘Jack’ Lockhart, 2nd Battalion Royal Scots, died on Wednesday 10th May 1916.
4183 Serjeant Clifford James Heron Loggey, DCM, 9th Battalion Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), died on Tuesday 23rd April 1918.
204802 Private William James Lumber, 15th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, died on Sunday 30th June 1918.
Captain Andrew Tucker Squarey MacIver, Cheshire Field Company Royal Engineers, died on Saturday 24th April 1915.
75204 Private Alexander Straughan ‘Sandy’ Mackenzie, 29th Battalion Canadian Infantry (British Columbia Regiment) attached to the Canadian Engineers, died on Monday 10th September 1917.
2915 Private Henry Manning, 3rd Battalion British West Indies Regiment, died on Sunday 27th May 1917.
34782 Private James McDermid, 58th Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps, died on Sunday 14th April 1918.
2520 Private Alexander Mitchell, 1st/4th Battalion Gordon Highlanders, died on Wednesday 28th April 1915.
31184 Private Leonard Mitchell, 8th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, executed on Wednesday 19th September 1917.
82231 Gunner William Henry Mitchell, ‘A’ Battery 107th Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 9th August 1917.
Second Lieutenant John James Morgan, ‘B’ Battery 77th (Howitzer) Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Saturday 7th April 1917.
38089 Private William Charles Horner Newcombe, 58th Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps, died on Sunday 14th April 1918.
34141 Private Henry George Noyce, 15th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, died on Sunday 30th June 1918.
8481 Company Serjeant Major James Nunn, DCM, MM, 15th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, died on Sunday 30th June 1918.
Captain Isla Scott Paterson, MC, 4th/5th Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died on Thursday 1st November 1917.
137933 Bombardier William G Paton, 192nd Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, died on Sunday 27th May 1917.
32476 Serjeant Charles Pepper, 16th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment) died on Thursday 13th September 1917.
Chaplain 4th Class The Reverend Basil Pemberton Plumptre, MC, Army Chaplains’ Department attached 1st/21st Battalion London Regiment (First Surrey Rifles), died on Tuesday 16th July 1917.
Second Lieutenant Humphrey Stanley Reece, MC, ‘B’ Company 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, died on Sunday 2nd April 1916.
Captain Matthew Struan Robertson, ‘B’ Company 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, died on Thursday 2nd March 1916.
Captain Reginald Arthur Saunders, MC, 1st Squadron Royal Flying Corps and Royal Field Artillery, died on Tuesday 14th March 1916.
Lieutenant George Klaassen Scott, 237th Field Company Royal Engineers, died on Saturday 24th February 1917.
Major Adrian Consett Stephen, MC, ‘D’ Battery 242nd Army Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 14th March 1918.
Captain and Adjutant Talbert Stevenson, MC and Bar, 4th Battalion, later 4th/5th Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), died on Wednesday 14th November 1917.
Second Lieutenant and Adjutant Thomas Ramsay Stoney, 3rd Battalion attached 6th Battalion King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died on Wednesday 10th April 1918.
Lieutenant Frank William Sykes, 242nd Army Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 14th March 1918.
L/29651 Corporal Leonard George Taylor, ‘D’ Battery 242nd Army Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 14th March 1918.
Lieutenant William Knowles Tyldesley, 5th Battalion attached 9th Battalion The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, died on Friday 26th April 1918.
797 Corporal Alan Francis Vertue, 1st Battalion Honourable Artillery Company, died on Thursday 22nd April 1915.
Major Arthur Toward Watson, 21st Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died on Sunday 5th August 1917.
851356 Driver Joshua Whitworth, ‘D’ Battery 242nd Army Brigade Royal Field Artillery, died on Thursday 14th March 1918.
Second Lieutenant Harry William Wright, 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, died on Sunday 19th December 1915.
279482 Sapper Wasily ‘Bill’ Zotov, 8th Battalion Canadian Railway Troops, died on Thursday 4th October 1917.

La Laiterie Military Cemetery
1502 Private Alfred Austin, 4th Battalion Middlesex Regiment, died on Tuesday 29th December 1914.
Captain Edward George Clarkson Bagshawe, 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, died on Thursday 20th July 1916.
65040 Private Percy Irvine Baker, 24th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment), died on Saturday 30th October 1915.
Lieutenant Gerald Davies Blackwell, 6th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers attached 47th Company Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), died on Thursday 7th June 1917.
Lieutenant Reginald Heber Bancroft Buchanan, 24th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment), died on Tuesday 18th January 1916.
8219 Lance Corporal Alexander Ernest Burchardt-Ashton, ‘A’ Company 22nd Royal Fusiliers attached 7th Battalion Durham Light Infantry, died on Tuesday 11th July 1916.
Lieutenant Charles Guy Arbouin Burnett, 7th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, died on Friday 30th June 1916.
Lieutenant Oliver John Calley, 1st Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, died on Friday 12th March 1915.
76036 Corporal Wilfred Chalkley, DCM, 1st/7th Battalion Cheshire Regiment, died on Friday 25th October 1918.
Second Lieutenant Hugh Vaughan Charlton, 7th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, died on Saturday 24th June 1916.
10185 Private Henry Bertram Clapperton, 2nd/4th Battalion attached to 10th Battalion The Queen’s
(Royal West Surrey Regiment), died on Saturday 14th September 1918.
412556 Private Stanley Collins, 26th Battalion Canadian Infantry (New Brunswick Regiment), died on Tuesday 28th March 1916.
Captain William Henry Collis, ‘D’ Company 7th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died on Wednesday 9th May 1917.
Second Lieutenant Arthur William Dale, 7th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, died on Saturday 1st July 1916.
Lieutenant Henry Eric ‘Bob’ Dolan, MC, 78th Squadron, Royal Air Force,, died on Sunday 12th May 1918.
65285 Private Reginald Henry Driscoll, 24th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment), died on Wednesday 29th December 1915.
Lieutenant Hugh Christison Graham, 9th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers attached 33rd Company Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), died on Friday 8th June 1917.
Second Lieutenant William Arnold Hamilton, 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers, died on Monday 4th June 1917.
66179 Private Brian Hards, ‘C’ Company, 24th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment), died on Thursday 11th November 1915.
1642 Private Robert Harland, 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, died on Monday 17th July 1916.
9403 Lance Corporal Daniel Hayes, ‘A’ Company, 9th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers, died on Thursday 31st May 1917.
Lieutenant Robert Lightbourn, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died on Thursday 26th July 1917.
5713 Private Stanley Clifford Lockwood, 1st Battalion East Surrey Regiment, died on Wednesday 24th March 1915.
Second Lieutenant Dermot Joseph Macsherry, 3rd Battalion attached 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers, died on Monday 4th June 1917.
65706 Private Archibald McLeod, 24th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment), died on Thursday 10th February 1916.
Lieutenant George Peak-Garland, ‘D’ Company 11th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died on Thursday 7th June 1917.
5452 Private Harry Potter, 7th Battalion Leinster Regiment, Died on Thursday 7th June 1917.
3757 Private John Harold ‘Harry’ Ross, 4th Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment, died on Sunday 30th July 1916.
69900 Private Genaro Seccia, 26th Battalion Canadian Infantry (New Brunswick Regiment), died on Wednesday 13th October 1915.
69897 Lance Corporal James Steven, 26th Battalion Canadian Infantry (New Brunswick Regiment), died on Wednesday 13th October 1915.
Second Lieutenant William Andrew Turnbull, 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, died on Monday 17th July 1916.
66017 Private Walter Arthur Ward, ‘B’ Company 24th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment), died on Saturday 2nd October 1915.
3264 Private Tom Davis Woodthorpe, 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, died on Monday 17th July 1916.
70059 Sergeant George Samuel Woonton, 26th Battalion Canadian Infantry (New Brunswick Regiment), died on Sunday 10th October 1915.

Lindenhoek Chalet Military Cemetery
1620 Private Ernest Samuel Boot, 1st/5th Battalion Leicestershire Regiment, died on Thursday 15th April 1915.
2347 Private George Henry Cawthan, 1st/7th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment), died on Tuesday 6th April 1915
411 Sapper Bertram Francis Eaton, 1st (North Midland) Field Company Royal Engineers, died on Monday 19th April 1915.
166507 Sapper Harry Buckley Newton, 154th Field Company Royal Engineers, died on Sunday 22nd July 1917.
33113 Private John Vodden, 1st Battalion Welsh Regiment, died on Wednesday 18th August 1915.
Captain William Walbeoffe-Wilson, 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment, died on Monday 2nd August 1915.

Suffolk Cemetery, Vierstraat
Second Lieutenant Edward Ambler, 1st/5th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, died on Friday 26th April 1918.
9008 Private James Herbert Pallant, ‘D’ Company 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment, died on Thursday 22nd April 1915.
Second Lieutenant Francis Thomas Schroder, 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment, died on Wednesday 24th March 1915 (recorded by CWGC as Monday 15th March 1915).
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