awards buried/commemorated within this cemetery
BALFOUR, Maj. J.M. M.C. “C” Bty. 91st Bde. Royal
Field Artillery. Died 06/10/17. III.D.7.
BLUNT, Ftr. Cpl. J. M.M. 30th Bty Royal Field
Artillery. Died 29/03/18. III.H.5.
BRIGHTMORE, Serjt. H. M.M. Scots Guards. Died
CALDERBANK, Cpl. J. M.M. Mentioned in
Despatches. 309th Road Construction
Coy. Royal Engineers. Died 08/10/17. III.A.34.
CLOW, Serjt. W.I. D.C.M. 145th Siege Bty. Royal
Garrison Artillery. Died 29/07/17. II.B.3.
DYER, Capt. Sir John Swinnerton, Bt. M.C. 1st Bn. Scots
Guards, attd. D.A.Q.M.Q. Guards' Div. Died 31/07/17. II.E.6. Bart.
Husband of Lady Maude Dyer, of Halstead Place, Halstead, Kent.
EGGLETON, Maj. F. Mentioned in Despatches.
13th Bty. 17th Bde Royal Field Artillery. Died 21/10/17. III.F.1.
FAIR, Maj. Arthur Edward Balfour. Mentioned in Despatches.
122nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery. Killed in Action: 16th
August 1917, aged 43 years. Third son of the late John Fair and of Mrs
Fair, of Wilderton, Bournemouth. Attended Royal Military Academy,
Woolwich. Married, in 1899, Madeline, daughter of the late George John
Fenwick, of Crag Head, Bournemouth, 2 daughters. Major Fair received his
commission in the Royal Artillery in 1894, becoming captain in 1900. He
fought in the South African War and retired in 1903. In August 1914, he
received a commission in the remounts and went out to France at once. He
was M.I.D. in the spring of 1917. On 16th August 1917, his Battery had
taken part in an important operation at Langemarck, and after the
objective had been obtained, he was killed instantaneously by a direct
hit. His Colonel wrote: "His sense of duty must indeed have been high. I
had said the same thing when he joined, as he gave up a comfortable
staff billet in order to take a Battery. All who knew him had the
greatest admiration for his most conspicuous gallantry and his many
other fine qualities" II. C. 1.
FARQUHAR, Lt. R M.C. 4th Bn. Grenadier Guards.
Died 17/09/17. III.C.1.
FERGUSON, Maj. P.H. M.C. “D” Bty. 152nd Bde.
Royal Field Artillery. Died 22/10/17. III.F.2.
FERRY, Gnr. G.W. M.M. “A” Bty. 75th Bde. Royal
Field Artillery. Died 07/09/17. III.B.12.
GREENSHIELDS-LEADBETTER, Maj. Alan Edmounstone. Mentioned in
Despatches. “L” Bty. 15th Bde. Royal Horse Artillery. Died
4th August 1917. Son of Thomas Greenshields-Leadbetter, of Spital Tower,
Denholm, Co. Roxburghshire. II.E.22.
GREER, Lt. Col. E.B. M.C. 2nd Irish Guards. Died
GREGGE-HOPWOOD, Lt. Col. E.B.G. D.S.O. 1st Bn.
ColdstreamGuards. Died 20/07/17. I.F.1.
HALE, Serjt. W. M.M. “B” Bty. 76th Army Bde.
Royal Field Artillery. Died 22/10/17. III.E.23.
HILL , Lt. R.G. M.C. Royal Army Medical Corps
attd. 1st Bn Coldstream Guards. Died 11/10/17. III.D.21.
HOLMES, Bmdr. T. M.M. X36th Trench Mortar Bty.
Royal Field Artillery.Died 26/09/18. IV.B.9.
IVATTS, 2nd Lt. S. M.C. “B” Bty 93rd Army Bde
Royal Field Artillery. Died 08/10/17. Age 23. Son of the late Mr. and
Mrs. James Ivatts. III.D.9.
KING, Pte. W. (Billy) M.M. 2nd Bn. Scots Guards.
Died 11/10/17. III.D.35.
KNOWLING, Capt. F.J.D. M.C. 10th Bn. Argyll &
Sutherland Highlanders. Died 08/03/18. III.G.37.
LOUGHLIN, Act. Bmdr. H.L. M.M. “C” Bty. 293rd
Army Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Died 06/10/17. III.F.19.
LUTYENS, Maj. L.G. M.C. 123rd Bty. 28th Bde. Royal Field
Artillery. Served in France from August 1914 until he was killed in
action at Langemark 06/01/18. Age 28. Was the first to get his Battery
over Vimy Ridge. III.G.3.
LYNCH, Serjt. R. M.M. 50th Bty Royal Field
Artillery. Died 06/01/18. III.D.25.
MCCARTHY, Serjt. M.J. M.M. “D” Coy. 1st Bn.
Royal Dublin Fusiliers Died 05/10/17. II.D.23.
MCILVEEN, C.S.M. W. D.C.M. and Bar. 15th Bn.
Royal Irish Rifles. Died 06/05/18. IV.A.22.
MCLAUGHLIN, B.Q.M.S. J. M.M. 88th Siege Bty.
Royal Garrison Artillery. Died 27/04/18. IV.A.25.
MAITLAND, Maj. K.A.R. M.C. and Bar. “A” Bty.
76th Army Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Died 04/10/17. III.D.6.
MORGAN, Maj. E.C. M.C. 76th Army Bde. Royal
Field Artillery. Died 29/09/17. III.D.1.
MORRIS, Lt. F.G.G. D.S.O. 1st Bn. Border Regt.; attd 16th
Bn. Middlesex Regt. Died 16/08/17. Age 48. Son of Maj. Gen. Robert
Morris (Indian Army) and Sarah Morris of Devonshire; husband of Mabel
PETER, Capt. A..G. M.C. Royal Army Medical Corps
attd. 1st/6th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders. Died 05/07/17. I.A.13.
RIDKEY, Capt. H.L. M.C. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died
RODGERS, Capt. J. Mentioned in Despatches, Médaille
Militaire (France). Died 08/03/18. II.G.13.
SHEKURY, Lt. C. M.C. 2nd Bn. Bedfordshire Regt.
Died 16/04/18. III.H.3.
SMITH, Serjt. H. M.M. “C” Bty. 121st Bde. Royal
Field Artillery. Died 15/08/17. II.F.24.
WARDMAN, Cpl. W. M.M. 183rd Tunnelling Coy.
Royal Engineers. Died 31/07/17. II.B.12.
WEDD, Capt. E.P.W. M.C. Essex Yeomanry attd.
Royal Army Medical Corps. Died 13/07/18. IV.B.12.
WELLS-COLE, Maj. N.W. Mentioned in Despatches.
28th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Educated Hindhead, Winchester and
Woolwich R.M.A. Died 06/01/18. III.G.2.
WICKS, Serjt. P.J. D.C.M. “Z” Bty. Royal Horse
Artillery. Died 24/10/17. III.E.29.
Information collated by Barry Cuttell