IN MEMORy by Pierre Vandervelden

The visit of Commonwealth graves in Communal Cemeteries & Churchyards in Belgium & France

TINCOURT New British Cemetery (Somme France)

Page 1 The Pictures

Page 2 List of Casualties

Pte William Gilson 20/01/1918
Former, William was barman.
20th January 1918, at Maissemy, he was mortally wounded by a German shell.
Pte Herbie Roberts 10/10/1918 aged 20
At right, his brother Frank, who survived to the war, he died aged 96.
S/Lt Frank Ewart Brindley 04/10/1918 aged 26
For Anthony Bagshaw (Mansfield Woodhouse UK)
Dvr Francis William Tyler 22/08/1917 aged 21
For Anthony Bagshaw (Mansfield Woodhouse UK)
Pte Michael Curtis 21/03/1918 aged 42
Pte James Seymour 01/09/1917 aged 38
For Mary Stowell and family
Capt Duncan Alexander Cameron MC 25/03/1893 - 01/12/1917
He was born in Bangalore, India.
He was gazetted 2nd/Lt on 24/08/1912, promoted Lt and Capt on 24/08/1916.
Duncan joined the Expeditionary Force in France in 02/1917.
He was awarded the Military Cross (London Gazette 18/07/1917)
"When in charge of a daylight reconnaissance of an enemy trench, he showed great skill and daring in the handling of men throughout the undertaking, which was entirely successful.
Though under heavy fire the whole time, his able leadership enabled him to regain his trench without any casualties"
He was KiA in the counter attack at Cambrai.
Pte Joseph Cecil Perry 18/09/1917 aged 31
for Tony Pringle and the people of Newmarket
L/Cpl William Weed 10/07/1916 aged 25
for the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen


1 735 casualties

IF You have a casualty picture, please send me a copy, I'll be glad to show it on this page.

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Casualties informations come usualy from Commonwealth War Graves Commission, see links for more informations © Pierre Vandervelden - Belgium