Busnes is a village and commune in
the Department of the Pas-de-Calais, South-West of St. Venant.
At the South end of the Communal Cemetery, on the West side of the
Crucifix, are the graves of nine soldiers from the United Kingdom who fell
in 1915 and 1918.
Field Artillery,"""B"" Bty. 262nd Army Bde.",France,'59750',BUSNES
A,23,,09/06/1918,,Driver,Royal Field Artillery,"""B"" Bty. 307th
Bde.",France,'781624',BUSNES COMMUNAL CEMETERY,1.,"SON OF JAMES AND EMILY
J. BLACKBURN, OF 39, BINBROOK ST., FOUR LANE ENDS, GIRLINGTON, BRADFORD."
J,,,12/04/1918,,Gunner,Royal Field Artillery,"""C"" Bty. 256th
Bde.",France,'220940',BUSNES COMMUNAL CEMETERY,4.,"HUSBAND OF E. E. CLARK,
OF 24, LINDSEY RD., BISHOP'S STORTFORD, HERTS."
C,23,,12/03/1915,,Second Lieutenant,Grenadier Guards,1st
Bn.,France,,BUSNES COMMUNAL CEMETERY,9.,"SON OF LT. COL. ARTHUR W. FOSTER,
OF BROCKHAMPTON COURT, HEREFORD; HUSBAND OF ALICE MADELINE FOSTER."
H,27,,07/06/1918,,Gunner,Royal Field Artillery,"""D"" Bty. 306th
Bde.",France,'176615',BUSNES COMMUNAL CEMETERY,8.,"SON OF CHARLES AND
ELIZABETH HILL, OF 3, COLLETT'S YARD, WESTGATE ST., GLOUCESTER."
M,30/04/1918,,Serjeant,Royal Engineers,400th Field Coy.,France,'400177',BUSNES
COMMUNAL CEMETERY,2.,"SON OF JOHN AND ISOBEL INNES, OF 69, OXFORD DRIVE,
G,31,,23/08/1915,,Bombardier,Royal Field Artillery,"""C"" By. 53rd
Bde.",France,'16430',BUSNES COMMUNAL CEMETERY,6.,"SON OF MRS. BAKER, OF
26, COLNE RD., CLAPTON, LONDON; HUSBAND OF MRS. LOVECY, OF 74, UPTON LANE,
FOREST GATE, LONDON."
Field Artillery,"""C"" Bty. 256th Bde.",France,'635276',BUSNES COMMUNAL
CEMETERY,3.,"SON OF GRACE MONCUR AND THE LATE CHARLES MONCUR; HUSBAND OF
EVELYN MONCUR, OF 75, VICTORIA RD., DUNDEE."
Engineers,33rd Div. Signal Coy.,France,'96778',BUSNES COMMUNAL
CEMETERY,5.," SON OF JAMES AND MARY REDMAN; HUSBAND OF LILLIAN REDMAN, OF
CROSS LANE COTTAGES, BARNS GREEN, HORSHAM. BORN AT BILLINGSHURST, SUSSEX."