Guest Posted 21 January , 2018 Share Posted 21 January , 2018 Hi all, I have been researching a relative who was killed in the First World War, and have got as far to think he must have been involved in the Battle of Loos as I've read the 7th Battalion of the Northamptonshire's were involved there. He is buried at the BULLY-GRENAY COMMUNAL CEMETERY, BRITISH EXTENSION, a few minutes from Dud-Corner and the Loos Memorial. If anyone can shed any light on this insofar as whether he would have been involved in the Battle of Loos that would be gratefully received. This is the information I can pull from the CWWG website: Private I Measures Service number: 14618 Died: 27/09/1915 Age 23 7th BN Northamptonshire Regiment Thanks, Harry. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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