LACRES CHURCHYARD

 

 

Pas De Calais

 

 

France

 

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Historical Information


Lacres Churchyard contains the graves of three soldiers of the R.A.M.C. who were buried there by the 1st Cavalry Field Ambulance in January 1917. The graves are located in the South East corner.

 

Burials Details

 

73098 Private W. G. Bellaby, Royal Army Medical Corps, attd. 5th Coy. Res. Park Army Service Corps, died 1st January 1917.

 

73009 Private Alfred Ernest Bridgens, Royal Army Medical Corps, attd. 5th Coy. Res. Park Army Service Corps, died 1st January 1917, aged 23. Son of Alfred and Frances Bridgens, of 10, South View, Blyth Rd., Worksop, Notts.

 

73544 Private W. F Buckton, Royal Army Medical Corps, attd. 5th Coy. Res. Park Army Service Corps, died 1st January 1917.