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Remembered Today:

9th Battalion Sherwood Foresters


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In memory of the men of 9th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment)
Sebourg British Cemetery. 04/11 1918

Barnes Ernest 22112 Private

Blunt Frederick J 3415 Sgt

Bond Alfred Ernest 17955 Private

Bradley Leonard Charles 71850 Private

Bradley Robert William 306288 Private

Brown William 96117 Private

Calvert John James 71488 Private

Chesham Harry 13764 Private

Clarke Arthur 82816 Private

Clowes William Dexter 20045 Private

Cornelius Wilfred 7107 CSM

Dyson Walter 27472 Private

Garton Samuel 16895 Private

Goodacre Harry 21475 Private

Green John 86518 L/Cpl

Heald Arthur 18263 Private

Henry Frederick 94428 Private

Hill Harold Arthur 70854 Private

Mackintosh Claude.H.B.James 265578 Private

Mowbray Albert 285302 Private

Nowell John 266072 Sgt

Parkin John W 51970 Private

Roadley Harold 32065 Private

Sheraton Wallace 24144 Private

Taylor George 24784 Private

Taylor John Allen 201999 Sgt

Thompson Joseph 92209 Private

Upton William 30976 L/Cpl

Venables Ernest 93719 Private

Wardle Frederick 107632 Private

Weston William 70900 Private

Wilkes Richard Nichols 92265 Private

Wilson Albert 13041 Corporal

Wootton Leonard 26233 L/Cpl

Zolowski Ephraim. MM 73055 L/Cpl

The majority of the men lie in the small Sebourg cemetery but others are buried at Valenciennes Communal Cemetery -
204439 Lewis George Ellis
31385 George William Grainger
97965 Benjamin Rusholme

Men would also die later in the month from their wounds.

Never Forgotten



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  • 4 years later...

Hey Steve,


Thanks for posting, my great Great Uncle John Allen Taylor is mentioned above, going to visit his grave this weekend given its the centenary of  his death..

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I hope you liked the cemetery as much as I did.A quiet place overlooking the valley and the hills they died trying to take  I wanted to visit for 100th but sadly could not make it.  I did though lay a wreath on November 11th, in memory of all my men. :poppy:

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