La Clytte Mil Cemetery

 

 

 

La Clytte Mil. Cemetery ligt aan de "Reningelststraat".

Er bevinden zich 1082 graven, waarvan 776(UK), 10(Aus),

50(Can), 3(NZ), 5(SA) en 238(Unk) op dit cemetery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Second Lieutenant Adjt. Thomas Ramsay Stoney

Date of Death: 10 april 1918 (age 35)

Regiment/Service: King's Own Scottish Borderers

3rd Bn. attd. 6th Bn.

 

Additional Information:

Born at Dungarvan, Co. Waterford. Son of Maj. George Ormonde Stoney, (K.O.S.B.) and Meylia Stoney; husband of Dorothy Agnes Stoney, of Stokelake House, Chudleigh, Devon.

 

 

 

Second Lieutenant Thomas Ramsay Stoney

K.O. Scottish Borderers

10th April 1918

 

 

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Major Arthur Toward Watson

Date of Death: 5 augustus 1917 (age 47)

Regiment/Service: King's Royal Rifle Corps

21st Bn.

 

Additional Information:

Son of Henry William and Mary Elizabeth Watson, of Burnopfield, Co. Durham; husband of Virginia Watson, of Bishopthorpe, Garth, York.

 

 

 

Major A.T.Watson

King's Royal Rifle Corps

5th August 1917

 

 

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Gunner A.W. Parker

Service No: 966681

Date of Death: 24 juli 1917 (age 40)

Regiment/Service: Royal Field Artillery

"D" Bty. 235th Bde.

 

Additional Information:

Son of Jemima Parker, of Worcester; husband of Mary Ann L. Parker, of 29, Wylds Lane, Worcester.

 

 

 

Gunner A.W.Parker

Royal Field Artillery

24th July 1917

 

 

 

 

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Chaplain 4th Class the Rev. Basil Pemberton Plumptre

Date of Death: 16 juli 1917 (age 34)
Regiment/Service: Army Chaplains' Department
attd. 1st/21st Bn. London Regiment (First Surrey Rifles)
Awards: M C
Additional Information:
Son of the Rev. Charles P. and Clara Plumptre, of 11, South Park, Sevenoaks, Kent. M.A.
 

 

Rev.B.P.Plumptre MA.

MC

Chaplain to the Forces 4th Class

16 July 1917

 

 

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Air Mechanic 1st Class F. Pearmain

Service No: 26019

Date of Death: 3 juni 1917 (age 28)

Regiment/Service: Royal Flying Corps

6th Sqdn. attd. 186th Bty Royal Garrison Artillery

 

Additional Information:

Son of Walter and Mary Pearmain, of 12, Union Rd., Hitchin, Herts.

 

 

 

1st Air.Mech.F.Pearmain

Royal Flying Corps

3rd June 1917

 

 

 

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