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Busnes Communal Cemetery

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Busnes is a village and commune in the Department of the Pas-de-Calais, South-West of St. Venant. At the far end of the Communal Cemetery on the D 94, Rue de la Flandrie, to the right of the Crucifix, are the graves of nine soldiers from the United Kingdom who fell in 1915 and 1918.

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Busnes Communal Cemetery

Busnes Communal Cemetery

Note the single grave of 2nd Lt Arthur Foster

 


Driver John Blackburn

Driver John Blackburn 781624
“B” Battery 307th Brigade
Royal Field Artillery
Died on 9th June 1918 aged 23
Son of James and Emily Blackburn
of 39, Binbrook St, Girlington, Bradford

Grave: 1


MSM 400177
400th Field Company
Royal Engineers
Died on 30th April 1918 aged 30
Son of John and Isobel Innes
of 69, Oxford Drive, Kelvinside, Glasgow

Grave: 2


Gunner Charles Clark

Gunner Charles Clark 220940
“C” Battery 256th Brigade
Royal Field Artillery
Died on 12th April 1918
Husband of E Clark
of 24, Lindsey Rd, Bishop’s Stortford, Herts

Grave: 4


Gunner William Barrie

Gunner William Barrie 59750
“B” Battery 262nd Brigade
Royal Field Artillery
Died on 5th June 1918

Grave: 7


2nd Lieutenant Arthur Foster

2nd Lieutenant Arthur Foster
1st Bn Grenadier Guards
Died on 12th March 1915 aged 23
Son of Lt Colonel Arthur Foster
of Brockhampton Court, Hereford
Husband of Alice Foster

Grave: 9

 

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