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Borre Churchyard

Location

Borre is a village 3 kilometres east of Hazebrouck on the D642.

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Borre Churchyard

 

Historical Information

There are now 10, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. The dates of death are from 1915 and 1918.

Borre Churchyard

 


Private Maurice Gleeson

Private Maurice Gleeson 17534
1st Field Ambulance
Australian Army Medical Corps
Died on 14th April 1918 aged 22
Son of James and Jane Gleeson
of Daysdale, Corowa, New South Wales
Native of Yarrawonga, Victoria, Australia

Grave: A 1


Private Alexander Johnston

Private Alexander Johnston 3133
3rd Bn Australian Infantry
Died on 15th April 1918 aged 20
Son of John and the late Ada Johnston
of Barnsley, Newcastle, New South Wales

Grave: A 2


Sapper Albert Hawtin

Sapper Albert Hawtin 398770
210th Field Coy
Royal Engineers
Died on 17th April 1918 aged 34
Husband of Mrs. A. Hawtin
of Althorp Park, Northants

Grave: B 2


Lt Colonel Hugh Stewart DSO MC

Lt Colonel Hugh Stewart DSO MC
94th Field Ambulance
Royal Army Medical Corps
Died on 12th April 1918 aged 38
Son of Capt. and Mrs. Stewart
of Kilkenny
Husband of Muriel Stewart
of 4, Rostrevor Terrace, Ratligar, Dublin

Grave: B 1

 


Other cemeteries in the area

Recent Additions

Brimont Churchyard

Braine Communal Cemetery

Soupir Churchyard

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