THE REGISTER OF THE GRAVES. THESE particulars have been compiled from information furnished by the Record Offices and the next-of-kin. In all cases the next-of-kin have been asked to furnish the personal information they wish to appear in the Register and where possible this has been given in the relatives actual words. ACOMB Pte. George Robert 9468. 2nd Bn. Durham Light Infantry. Died of wounds 5th Aug. 1915. Age 33. Son of the late G.R.and M.A. Acomb of Wolviston Co. Durham. Plot 1. RowE. Grave 4. ADAMS Serjt. Henry Charles 27412. 20th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed inaction 27th Sept. 1915. Age 32. Son of Edwin and Sarah Ann Adams of Broad Street Common Nash nr. Newport Mon. Plot 1. C.Row Grave 2. ALDERSO N Pte. James 3/10665. 2nd Bn. Durham Light Infantry. Killed inaction 5th Aug. 1915. Age 25. Son of James and Ann Alderson of William Street Bishop Auckland, Durham and husband of Lily Aldcrson ”of“ Daneswood North Avenue Gosforth Ncw- castle-on-Tyne. Plot 1. Row GraveD. 5. ANNABLE Pte. Walter 13917. 1st Bn. Notts and Derby Regt. Killed inaction 17th June, 1917. Age 23. Son of Samuel and Hannah Annable of Holts Cotts Red Hill Rd. Arnold, Notts. Plot 1. B.Row Grave 53. ARMSTRONG Capt. James Noble. Royal Army Medical Corps. Killed inaction 22nd Aug. 1915. Age 26. Son of Elizabeth and the late James Noble Armstrong of Elmstead House, Dundalk Ireland. B.A. and M.B. Plot 1. Row GraveD. 28. ASHWORTH Pte. Walter 240137. ist/5th Bn. Loyal North Lancs. Regt. Killed inaction 8th June 19x7. Age 23. Son of John and Martha Ashworth of 1 1 Hodgkiss Street, Farnworth nr. Bolton Lancs. Plot x. Row A. Grave 60. ATKINSON Capt. W. H. J. St. Leger. 1st Dragoons. Killed inaction 13th May 1915. Age 33. Son of J. J. and I. Atkinson of Cosgrove Prior Stony Stratford. Plot 1. RowD. Grave 18. B BAILEY Lee. Cpl. Harry 1413. Queen’s Westminsters. 21st Dec. 1915. A g c2 i. Son of Ernest Edward and Edith Bailey of 29 Elmlield Rd. Upper Tooting London. Plot 1. C.Row Grave 34. BAKER Serjt. Thomas Henry 8903. 1st Bn. Somerset Light Infantry. 28th May 1915. Age 23. Son of Ernest John and Elizabeth Baker, of Stowbrough Cottage Pcasedown St. John nr. Bath. Plot 1. RowE. Grave 25. BAKER Ptc. Walter John 3508. 2nd Bn. London Regt. Royal Fusiliers. Died of wounds 20th Aug. 1915. Age 23. Son of Arthur and Elizabeth Baker of 262 Vicarage Rd. Leyton, Essex. Plot 1. Row GraveD. 27. BALDWIN Dvr. Thomas 37033. “D” Bty. 189th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Killed inaction 17th June 1917. Age 28. Son of Charles and Silvina Baldwin of London. Plot 1. B.Row Grave 54. BARKER Dvr. Frank Gilbert M /300131. 59th Mechanical Transport Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. Killed inaction 29th May 1917. Age 37. Son of George and Annie Maria Barker of 84 Highbury Avenue Bulwell Nottingham. Plot 1. Row A. Grave 19. BAT T Serjt. Robert 3/9475. 1st Bn. West Yorkshire Regt. Died of wounds 22nd July, 1915. Age 37. Son of Robert and Starcia Batt. Plot 1. C.Row Grave 26. BAXTER Pte. William Henry 3/2560. nth Bn. Essex Regt. Died of wounds received at Ypres 29th Dec. 1915. Age 39. Son of William T .J. and Emily G. Baxter of Surrey. Served for 7 years in the London Irish Volunteers. Plot 1. C.Row Grave 37. BECKETT Dvr. William Henry 638757. 87th Bty. Royal Field Artillery. 6th Aug. 1915. Age 19. Son of the late William Henry and Ellen Beckett of Liverpool. Plot 1 RowE. Grave 1.9 CEMETERY B.2 HOP STO REV LAMER TING H E BELGIUM ACO—BEC
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