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5, 66 VLAMERTINGHE MILITARY CEMETERY

$DIXON, 2nd Lieutenant, ERNEST EDWARD, RGA, 9 June 1917. IV D 2

$MILLS, Sapper, JOHN ALLEN, RE,  7 September 1916. IV D 13


5, 78 VLAMERTINGHE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY

$BOYTON, 2nd Lieutenant, VICTOR HENRY THOMPSON, RGA, 31 May 1917. VII C 21

BUSSEY, Gunner, F J, 31110, "C" Bty. 177th Bde, RFA KIA 3 August 1917. Age 27. Son of James William and Jane Bussey of 15A Alma Place, Maison Dieu Rd, Dover, Kent. Native of Ramsgate, Kent. VII D 4

DUMMER, Rifleman, FREDERICK CHARLES, 3665, "B" Coy. 2nd Bn, Rifle Brigade KIA 9 July 1917. Age 31. Son of the late Moses Dummer and the late Elizabeth Ann Dummer, née Lemon who had married in Dover in 1872. I F 15

GRANT, Battery Quartermaster Serjeant, THOMAS WALTON, 61007, 9th Div. Ammunition Col, RFA. KIA 12 September 1917. Age 27. Son of the late William Walton (ex Serjt Maj) and Jane Grant of St. Margaret's Bay, Dover. XII H 3


5, 82 VOORMEZEELE ENCLOSURES No.1 and No.2

(ps)$ BEER, Second Lieutenant, E A, 298th Siege Bty, RGA. 22 September 1917. Age 30. Son of Mr and Mrs E. Beer of 14 Avenue Rd., Dover; husband of Mrs Beer of Toowoomba, Australia. I K 1

(p)$ COLEMAN, Gunner, JAMES EDWARD THOMAS, RFA, 25 August 1917. I G 27

WESTOUTRE BRITISH CEMETERY

$GRAY, Sergeant, HEWITT, London Regiment (London Irish Rifles) 6 December 1917. B2

WESTOUTER CHURCHYARD AND EXTENTION

(p)$ SARSONS, Private, JAMES ALEXANDER GEORGE, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) 25 September 1917. II C 14


6, 165 WOODS CEMETERY

HARRIS, Private, ALBERT JOHN, 612384, 19th Bn, London Regiment. KIA 11 July 1917. Age 22. Son of John Harris (late South Wales Borderers) and Ellen Harris of 155 London Rd., Dover. III E 25

$MICKLE, Private, FREDERICK WILLIAM, 70569, 141st Coy, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Died of wounds 14 July 1917. Age 26. Son of Mr and Mrs J. W. Mickle of 8 Church Rd, Maxton, Dover. III E 23

from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

 

 
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