General Directions: Using the D919 from Arras-Amiens, it is necessary to drive through the villages of Bucquoy, Puisieux and then Serre Les Puisieux which lies around 20km south of Arras, a further 3km after this village is a left turn signed for Auchonvillers, take this road and at the crossroads in the village follow signs for the 'Newfoundland Park, Beaumont Hamel'. The cemetery is located 300m before the Memorial Park and is signposted from the road.


Originally made by V Corps in 1917 when they cleared the Ancre battlefield, the cemetery was originally titled V Corps Cemetery No9. Most of the burials date from July and November 1916 although there are some that date from 1918.




Casualty Details: UK 152, Newfoundland 1, Total burials: 153


L/12998 Serjeant

Frederick William Killick

2nd Bn. Royal Fusiliers

01/07/1916, aged 30.

Son of Henry Walter and Annie Killick. Husband of Blanche May Killick. Father of Rosalie May Killick.

Row A. 43.


Picture courtesy of Brian Roote


Latest additions to the site  |  Belgian Cemeteries WW1 Index  | French Cemeteries WW1 Index  | Turkish Cemeteries WW1 Index 

  British Cemeteries Index   | Other Countries WW1 Index  | Belgian Cemeteries WW2 Index | French Cemeteries WW2 Index

Other Countries WW2 Index  | Memorial Index Architects   | Roll of Honour Dedications  | Roll of Honour

Cemeteries with Victoria Cross burials  |  Cemeteries with "Shot at Dawn" burials  |  Regimental Badge Archive  

Information on how to submit a photograph or image to the site  |  Book Reviews  |   About Us and our task  |  Links  

   Site Map   |   Miscellaneous articles  | WW1 Battles Index