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HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 10:08:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°54'4"N - 2°36'55"O
  • Bandaghem, like Dozinghem and Mendinghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. The cemetery site was chosen in July 1917 for the 62nd and 63rd Casualty Clearing Stations and burials from these and other hospitals (notably the 36th Casualty Clearing Station in 1918) continued until October 1918. The cemetery contains 772 Commonwealth burials of the First World War. There is a separate plot of 39 German war graves, but four plots (X, XI, XII and XIII) of French graves were removed to other burial grounds after the war. There are also five Second World War burials in the cemetery, three of which are unidentified.
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HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 10:05:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°54'6"N - 2°36'53"O
  • Bandaghem, like Dozinghem and Mendinghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. The cemetery site was chosen in July 1917 for the 62nd and 63rd Casualty Clearing Stations and burials from these and other hospitals (notably the 36th Casualty Clearing Station in 1918) continued until October 1918. The cemetery contains 772 Commonwealth burials of the First World War. There is a separate plot of 39 German war graves, but four plots (X, XI, XII and XIII) of French graves were removed to other burial grounds after the war. There are also five Second World War burials in the cemetery, three of which are unidentified.
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HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 10:00:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°54'5"N - 2°36'54"O
  • Bandaghem, like Dozinghem and Mendinghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. The cemetery site was chosen in July 1917 for the 62nd and 63rd Casualty Clearing Stations and burials from these and other hospitals (notably the 36th Casualty Clearing Station in 1918) continued until October 1918. The cemetery contains 772 Commonwealth burials of the First World War. There is a separate plot of 39 German war graves, but four plots (X, XI, XII and XIII) of French graves were removed to other burial grounds after the war. There are also five Second World War burials in the cemetery, three of which are unidentified.
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HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 10:00:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°54'5"N - 2°36'54"O
  • Bandaghem, like Dozinghem and Mendinghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. The cemetery site was chosen in July 1917 for the 62nd and 63rd Casualty Clearing Stations and burials from these and other hospitals (notably the 36th Casualty Clearing Station in 1918) continued until October 1918. The cemetery contains 772 Commonwealth burials of the First World War. There is a separate plot of 39 German war graves, but four plots (X, XI, XII and XIII) of French graves were removed to other burial grounds after the war. There are also five Second World War burials in the cemetery, three of which are unidentified.
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HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 09:59:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°54'5"N - 2°36'54"O
  • Bandaghem, like Dozinghem and Mendinghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. The cemetery site was chosen in July 1917 for the 62nd and 63rd Casualty Clearing Stations and burials from these and other hospitals (notably the 36th Casualty Clearing Station in 1918) continued until October 1918. The cemetery contains 772 Commonwealth burials of the First World War. There is a separate plot of 39 German war graves, but four plots (X, XI, XII and XIII) of French graves were removed to other burial grounds after the war. There are also five Second World War burials in the cemetery, three of which are unidentified.
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HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 09:53:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°54'5"N - 2°36'53"O
  • Bandaghem, like Dozinghem and Mendinghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. The cemetery site was chosen in July 1917 for the 62nd and 63rd Casualty Clearing Stations and burials from these and other hospitals (notably the 36th Casualty Clearing Station in 1918) continued until October 1918. The cemetery contains 772 Commonwealth burials of the First World War. There is a separate plot of 39 German war graves, but four plots (X, XI, XII and XIII) of French graves were removed to other burial grounds after the war. There are also five Second World War burials in the cemetery, three of which are unidentified.
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HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 09:51:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°54'5"N - 2°36'52"O
  • Bandaghem, like Dozinghem and Mendinghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. The cemetery site was chosen in July 1917 for the 62nd and 63rd Casualty Clearing Stations and burials from these and other hospitals (notably the 36th Casualty Clearing Station in 1918) continued until October 1918. The cemetery contains 772 Commonwealth burials of the First World War. There is a separate plot of 39 German war graves, but four plots (X, XI, XII and XIII) of French graves were removed to other burial grounds after the war. There are also five Second World War burials in the cemetery, three of which are unidentified.
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MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-06 09:26:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°53'49"N - 2°38'32"O
  • Mendinghem, like Dozinghem and Bandaghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. In July 1916, the 46th (1st/1st Wessex) Casualty Clearing Station was opened at Proven and this site was chosen for its cemetery. The first burials took place in August 1916. In July 1917, four further clearing stations arrived at Proven in readiness for the forthcoming Allied offensive on this front and three of them, the 46th, 12th and 64th, stayed until 1918. From May to July 1918, while the German offensive was at its height, field ambulances were posted at Proven. The cemetery was closed (except for one later burial) in September 1918. There are now 2,391 Commonwealth burials of the First World War in this cemetery and 52 German war graves.
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MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-06 09:23:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°53'47"N - 2°38'34"O
  • Mendinghem, like Dozinghem and Bandaghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. In July 1916, the 46th (1st/1st Wessex) Casualty Clearing Station was opened at Proven and this site was chosen for its cemetery. The first burials took place in August 1916. In July 1917, four further clearing stations arrived at Proven in readiness for the forthcoming Allied offensive on this front and three of them, the 46th, 12th and 64th, stayed until 1918. From May to July 1918, while the German offensive was at its height, field ambulances were posted at Proven. The cemetery was closed (except for one later burial) in September 1918. There are now 2,391 Commonwealth burials of the First World War in this cemetery and 52 German war graves.
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MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
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  • Date of photography: 2018-10-06 09:22:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°53'49"N - 2°38'33"O
  • Flight Sub-Lieutenant THEODORE LINSCOTT GLASGOW, Died 19/08/1917 Aged 19 10th Sqdn. Royal Naval Air Service Son of Robert and Louise C. Glasgow, of 215, West 91st St., New York, U.S.A.
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MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
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  • Date of photography: 2018-10-06 09:21:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°53'47"N - 2°38'33"O
  • H. SAUNDERS, Service Number S/25844 Died 15/08/1917 12th Bn. Rifle Brigade
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MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-06 09:20:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°53'47"N - 2°38'33"O
  • Mendinghem, like Dozinghem and Bandaghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. In July 1916, the 46th (1st/1st Wessex) Casualty Clearing Station was opened at Proven and this site was chosen for its cemetery. The first burials took place in August 1916. In July 1917, four further clearing stations arrived at Proven in readiness for the forthcoming Allied offensive on this front and three of them, the 46th, 12th and 64th, stayed until 1918. From May to July 1918, while the German offensive was at its height, field ambulances were posted at Proven. The cemetery was closed (except for one later burial) in September 1918. There are now 2,391 Commonwealth burials of the First World War in this cemetery and 52 German war graves.
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MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 09:39:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°53'51"N - 2°38'32"O
  • Mendinghem, like Dozinghem and Bandaghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. In July 1916, the 46th (1st/1st Wessex) Casualty Clearing Station was opened at Proven and this site was chosen for its cemetery. The first burials took place in August 1916. In July 1917, four further clearing stations arrived at Proven in readiness for the forthcoming Allied offensive on this front and three of them, the 46th, 12th and 64th, stayed until 1918. From May to July 1918, while the German offensive was at its height, field ambulances were posted at Proven. The cemetery was closed (except for one later burial) in September 1918. There are now 2,391 Commonwealth burials of the First World War in this cemetery and 52 German war graves.
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MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
  • Author: arf1159 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 09:37:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°53'50"N - 2°38'32"O
  • Mendinghem, like Dozinghem and Bandaghem, were the popular names given by the troops to groups of casualty clearing stations posted to this area during the First World War. In July 1916, the 46th (1st/1st Wessex) Casualty Clearing Station was opened at Proven and this site was chosen for its cemetery. The first burials took place in August 1916. In July 1917, four further clearing stations arrived at Proven in readiness for the forthcoming Allied offensive on this front and three of them, the 46th, 12th and 64th, stayed until 1918. From May to July 1918, while the German offensive was at its height, field ambulances were posted at Proven. The cemetery was closed (except for one later burial) in September 1918. There are now 2,391 Commonwealth burials of the First World War in this cemetery and 52 German war graves.
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MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY.
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  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 09:29:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°53'49"N - 2°38'32"O
  • Second Lieutenant H.L. SAYER, Died 17/08/1917 Aged 26 7th Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps and Royal Field Artillery Son of Edward James and Lucy Elizabeth Sayer. Second Lieutenant JOHN GALBRAITH TOBIN-WILLIS, Died 17/08/1917 Aged 21 7th Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps and Army Service Corps Son of Dr. J. C. and Mrs. A. E. Willis, of 8, Park View Rd., Church End, Finchley, London. Born at Ilkeston, Derbyshire.
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