BY A DECREE MADE ON 25TH SEPTEMBER, 1920 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC PERPETUAL CONCESSIONS HAVE BEEN FREELY ASSURED FOR ALL BRITISH WAR GRAVES IN THE CHURCHYARDS AND COMMUNAL CEMETERIES OF FRANCE. The particulars given in the Registers o f the Graves have been compiled from information furnished by the Record Offices and the next-of-kin. In all cases the relatives have been asked to furnish the personal information they wish to appear in the Register and where possible this has been given in their actual words. The number of the Division is indicated by an Arabic numeral following the entry (in the case of St. Cloud Communal Cemetery by a capital letter) the Plot by a Roman numeral the Row by a capital letter (or a number) and the Grave by a number. Thus 19. II. A. 7. indicates Division 19 Plot II Row A Grave 7. In the Registers of Cemeteries where the Divisions are not divided into Plots the Row is indicated by a number following the number of the Division, and the Grave by another number. Thus 14.30.4. indicates Division 14, Row 30 Grave 4. Other Registers containing only a small number of names shew the location in detail in the introduction to the particulars o f the names or at the end of each entry.
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