|Tidworth Military Cemetery|
Tidworth Military Cemetery, which contains burials of both wars, was directly connected with training grounds on, or near, Salisbury Plain. During the First World War, the cemetery was used for burials from Tidworth and Fargo Military Hospitals and the 417 graves, many of them of Australian or New Zealand servicemen, are scattered throughout the cemetery. There are 106 Second World War graves in the cemetery, two substantial groups of which can be found in sections F and D. The rest are scattered. The cemetery also contains 40 war graves of other nationalities, many of them Polish.
Identified Casualties: 565
Louis Frederick Cooper
12th Bn. Australian Infantry,
A. I. F.
24/07/1918, aged 23.
Son of William and Fanny M. Cooper, of Longford, Tasmania.
Row C. 300.
Picture courtesy of Les Cooper
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