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Huts Military Cemetery.
Huts Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 13:45:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°49'22"N - 2°49'13"O
  • Second Lieutenant HARRY THORNER, Died 30/12/1917 90th Coy Machine Gun Corps Albert Medal Now the George Cross. Lt. Thorner was examining some Mills hand grenades in a small concrete dug-out in France prior to taking them up to his machine-gun position during an expected enemy raid. One of the grenades began to fizz when taken out of the box. There were twleve men in the dug-out at the moment and there was no possible means of disposing of the bomb. Realizing what had happened Lt. Thorner shouted to his men to clear out whilst he himself held the bomb in his hand close to his body until it exploded and killed him. By this magnificent act of courage Lt. Thorner deliberately sacrificed his own life for others. Of the twelve men who were in the dug-out all but two escaped without injury - they were slightly wounded.
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Huts Military Cemetery.
Huts Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 13:47:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°49'22"N - 2°49'13"O
  • Major BRABAZON THOMAS DISNEY, Died 17/10/1917 Aged 33 166th Siege Bty, Royal Garrison Artillery Son of the late Col. T. R. Disney (Royal Artillery).
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Huts Military Cemetery.
Huts Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 13:49:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°49'23"N - 2°49'14"O
  • Gunner T. H. JAMIESON, Service Number 121782 Died 16/10/1917 Aged 27 208th Siege By, Royal Garrison Artillery Son of Thomas and Robina Jamieson, of Easterscora, Delting, Shetland.
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Huts Military Cemetery.
Huts Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 13:50:17
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°49'24"N - 2°49'13"O
  • This cemetery takes its name from a line of huts strung along the road from Dickebusch (now Dikkebus) to Brandhoek, which were used by field ambulances during the 1917 Allied offensive on this front. Plots I to X and XII to XIV were filled between July and November 1917. Plots XV and XI followed. Nearly two-thirds of the burials are of gunners as many artillery positions existed nearby. The cemetery was closed in April 1918 when the German advance (the Battle of the Lys) brought the front line very close. The advance was finally halted on the eastern side of the village, following fierce fighting at Dickebusch Lake, on 8 May. There are now 1,094 Commonwealth burials of the First World War in the cemetery.
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Huts Military Cemetery.
Huts Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 13:51:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°49'24"N - 2°49'11"O
  • This cemetery takes its name from a line of huts strung along the road from Dickebusch (now Dikkebus) to Brandhoek, which were used by field ambulances during the 1917 Allied offensive on this front. Plots I to X and XII to XIV were filled between July and November 1917. Plots XV and XI followed. Nearly two-thirds of the burials are of gunners as many artillery positions existed nearby. The cemetery was closed in April 1918 when the German advance (the Battle of the Lys) brought the front line very close. The advance was finally halted on the eastern side of the village, following fierce fighting at Dickebusch Lake, on 8 May. There are now 1,094 Commonwealth burials of the First World War in the cemetery.
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Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 12:24:21
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°48'40"N - 2°50'59"O
  • Ridge Wood was the name given to a wood standing on high ground between the Kemmel road and Dickebusch Lake. The cemetery lies in a hollow on the western side of the ridge and the position was chosen for a front line cemetery as early as May 1915. The first graves were from the 2nd Royal Irish Rifles and similar groups were made by the 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st Canadian Battalions and the 9th Durham Light Infantry at the times when they occupied this sector. The German advance in the spring of 1918 pushed the front line back on to the ridge, and it was not till July that the wood was finally cleared by the 6th and 33rd Divisions. There are few burials from these last battles in the cemetery and the graves of some French divisions, which fought alongside Commonwealth forces in April and May, were removed to other burial grounds. The cemetery contains 619 Commonwealth burials of the First World War.
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Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 12:23:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°48'40"N - 2°50'59"O
  • Private PETER MCCULLIE, Service Number 409346 Died 16/08/1916 Aged 22 18th Bn Canadian Infantry Son of Mr. and Mrs. James McCullie, of Happyhansel Schoolhouse, Walls, Shetland.
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Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 12:21:38
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°48'40"N - 2°50'58"O
  • Major BRUCE MITCHELL TAYLOR, Died 06/11/1917 Aged 30 1st Bn Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry D S O, M C and Bar Son of Henry and Sarah Katherine Mitchell Taylor, of Longcot, Faringdon, Berks.
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Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 12:20:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°48'40"N - 2°51'1"O
  • Ridge Wood was the name given to a wood standing on high ground between the Kemmel road and Dickebusch Lake. The cemetery lies in a hollow on the western side of the ridge and the position was chosen for a front line cemetery as early as May 1915. The first graves were from the 2nd Royal Irish Rifles and similar groups were made by the 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st Canadian Battalions and the 9th Durham Light Infantry at the times when they occupied this sector. The German advance in the spring of 1918 pushed the front line back on to the ridge, and it was not till July that the wood was finally cleared by the 6th and 33rd Divisions. There are few burials from these last battles in the cemetery and the graves of some French divisions, which fought alongside Commonwealth forces in April and May, were removed to other burial grounds. The cemetery contains 619 Commonwealth burials of the First World War.
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Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 12:19:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°48'40"N - 2°51'1"O
  • Ridge Wood was the name given to a wood standing on high ground between the Kemmel road and Dickebusch Lake. The cemetery lies in a hollow on the western side of the ridge and the position was chosen for a front line cemetery as early as May 1915. The first graves were from the 2nd Royal Irish Rifles and similar groups were made by the 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st Canadian Battalions and the 9th Durham Light Infantry at the times when they occupied this sector. The German advance in the spring of 1918 pushed the front line back on to the ridge, and it was not till July that the wood was finally cleared by the 6th and 33rd Divisions. There are few burials from these last battles in the cemetery and the graves of some French divisions, which fought alongside Commonwealth forces in April and May, were removed to other burial grounds. The cemetery contains 619 Commonwealth burials of the First World War.
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Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
Ridgewood Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 12:25:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°48'40"N - 2°51'1"O
  • Ridge Wood was the name given to a wood standing on high ground between the Kemmel road and Dickebusch Lake. The cemetery lies in a hollow on the western side of the ridge and the position was chosen for a front line cemetery as early as May 1915. The first graves were from the 2nd Royal Irish Rifles and similar groups were made by the 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st Canadian Battalions and the 9th Durham Light Infantry at the times when they occupied this sector. The German advance in the spring of 1918 pushed the front line back on to the ridge, and it was not till July that the wood was finally cleared by the 6th and 33rd Divisions. There are few burials from these last battles in the cemetery and the graves of some French divisions, which fought alongside Commonwealth forces in April and May, were removed to other burial grounds. The cemetery contains 619 Commonwealth burials of the First World War.
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La Clytte Military Cemetery.
La Clytte Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 11:35:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°48'3"N - 2°47'54"O
  • Private HENRY MANNING, Service Number 2915 Died 27/05/1917 3rd Bn, British West Indies Regiment Son of Alfred Manning, of Alligator Pond, Jamaica. Private H. G. BROWN, Service Number 3273 Died 27/05/1917 Aged 18 3rd Bn, British West Indies Regiment Son of Eustace M. Brown, of Montego Bay, Jamaica.
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La Clytte Military Cemetery.
La Clytte Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 11:31:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°48'4"N - 2°47'59"O
  • The first burial in the cemetery took place on the 1st November, 1914, and between that date and April, 1918, Plots I, II and III and part of Plot IV were filled. The hamlet of La Clytte was used as Brigade Headquarters, and the burials were carried out by Infantry, Artillery and Engineer units (out of 600, 250 are those of Artillery personnel and 66 are those of Engineers). After the Armistice Plot IV was completed, and Plots V and VI formed by the concentration of isolated graves and small graveyards from the area round Reninghelst, Dickebusch, Locre and Kemmel. There are now 1,082 casualties of the First World War buried or commemorated in this cemetery. 238 of the burials are unidentified and one of the graves, brought in from LEICESTER CAMP CEMETERY, is marked with the names of two men between whom the identification rests. Other special memorials commemorate casualties known to have been buried in the cemetery, but whose graves could not be located.
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La Clytte Military Cemetery.
La Clytte Military Cemetery.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 11:29:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°48'5"N - 2°47'59"O
  • The first burial in the cemetery took place on the 1st November, 1914, and between that date and April, 1918, Plots I, II and III and part of Plot IV were filled. The hamlet of La Clytte was used as Brigade Headquarters, and the burials were carried out by Infantry, Artillery and Engineer units (out of 600, 250 are those of Artillery personnel and 66 are those of Engineers). After the Armistice Plot IV was completed, and Plots V and VI formed by the concentration of isolated graves and small graveyards from the area round Reninghelst, Dickebusch, Locre and Kemmel. There are now 1,082 casualties of the First World War buried or commemorated in this cemetery. 238 of the burials are unidentified and one of the graves, brought in from LEICESTER CAMP CEMETERY, is marked with the names of two men between whom the identification rests. Other special memorials commemorate casualties known to have been buried in the cemetery, but whose graves could not be located.
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La Clytte Military Cemetery Ypres.
La Clytte Military Cemetery Ypres.
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  • Date of photography: 2019-07-27 11:29:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°48'5"N - 2°47'59"O
  • Private WILLIAM EDWARD RAMSAY, Service Number 59452 Died 04/05/1918 Aged 25 3rd Bn, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Son of the late William T. and Janet B. Ramsay, of Scraefield, Baltasound, Unst Shetland, Scotland.
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