Memorial Register France 592-729, WW2, Minor Cemeteries in Seine Maritime

VEULETTES-SUR-MER CHURCHYARD Index No. Fr. 727 Vculcttes-sur-Mcr is a coastal village and communc 26 miles (41 kilometres) west of Dieppe and 6 miles (10 kilometres) west of St. Valery-cn-Caux. It is on the D.79 coast road running west from St. VahSry-en-Caux, whence there is a bus service to Veulettcs. In the churchyard near the east end of the church are 16 British graves as follows: Navy j Army j M.N .Totals Forces Known Un­known Known Un­known Known Un­known Known Un­known United Kingdom —1410112 BOOTH Pte. george alexander 2820277. 2nd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders. 12th June 1940. Age 24. Son of George and Williamina Booth, of Thurso Caithness-shirc. Grave 2. DEVOY Gnr. michael 818503.202 Bty. 51 Anti-Tank Regt. Royal Artillery. 10th June, 1940. Age 28. Son o f Michael and Annie Devoy, of Camelon Falkirk Stirlingshire husband of Isabella Devoy of Camelon. Grave 15. MacAULEY L. Bdr. neil donald 1464639.203 Bty. 51 Anti-Tank Regt. Royal Artillery. 12th June 1940. Age 22. Son of Angus and Mary MacAuley o f Stornoway Isle of Lewis. Grave 16. SINGER Pte. Alfred henry 2979430. 8th Bn. The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 10th June 1940. Age 25. Grave 3. VILLEQUIER CHURCHYARD Index No. Fr. 728 Villequier is a village and commune on the north bank of the River Seine. It lies 30 miles (48 kilometres) east of Le Havre and 3 miles (5 kilometres) south-west of Caudebec. There are bus services to and from Caudebec, Rouen Lillebonne and Lc Havre. The British grave is near the west door of the church. TAYLOR Pte. THOMAS william 5189429. 2nd Bn. The South Wales Borderers. 2nd Sep­tember 1944. Age 31. Son of Frederick and MaryAnn Taylor of The Leys Tamworth, Staffordshire. VITTEFLEUR CHURCHYARD Index No. Fr. 729 Vittefleur is a village and commune 25 miles (40 kilo­ metres) west of Dieppe and 5 miles (8 kilometres) south-west of the St. Valery-en-Caux Airfield. Vittefleur is on the D.10 road which runs north from Cany- Barville a small town 71 miles (12 kilometres) south­west of St. Valdry-en-Caux. There is a bus service from St. Valery-en-Caux. The two British graves arc in the south-west corner of the churchyard. KEIR Sjt. GEORGE WILLIAM 7879770. 1st Lothians and Border Horse R.A.C. 10th/23rd June 1940. Age 30. Son of James and Edith Nellie Keir of Hall Green Birmingham. M cLELLAN Gnr. JOHN 1438100.202 Bty., 51 Anti-Tank Regt. Royal Artillery. 11th June, 1940. Age 20. Son of M r.and Mrs. John McLellan of Rothesay Buteshire. P rin te din Great Britain under the Authority of Her Maj stye s Stationery Off ice by C. Tin ling &Co. Ltd .Liverpool Lon don and reP scot (19403)Wt.P9102/169 K1 5.57 CTJtCoLtd Op 560f2.
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