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Tuileries British Cemetery, Zillebeke


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This cemetery was started eraly 1915.

Due to shelling, 80 of the 106 graves were lost.

From the remaining 26 bodies, only 10 are identified.

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Captain John Edward BROWN, att. Royal Berkshire Rgt,

kiaby mortar fire on 22/2/1915

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CSM James Alfred SECCOMBE

2 Bn Duke of Wellingtons'

kia 2/3/1915

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Pte George STEAD, 1 Bn Cheshire Rgt

kia 24/4/1915

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Lt. H. Day STOKES, MVO

kia 17/2/1915 in attack at Zwarte Leen

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The grave stones close to the boundary walls commemorate the 69 known and 11 known graves destroyed by shelling.

Regards,

Cnock

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