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Remembered Today:

Remembering today^Vis en Artois cemetery


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I saw Cpl.Baldry on todays top of the page & it so happens I was at Vis this morning

getting a photo for a pal.

Must be one of the best looking/laid out/designed cem/memorials ever.

Make up your own minds!

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doing his thing.

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Can anyone translate this please?I think its Scots Gaelic.

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Dave,

I think it may be "Until the day break and the shadows flee away". You're right, beautiful memorial. Thanks for the pics.

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Cheers K,

this is the stone it's from:

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Dave

Lovely photos. It is a beautiful Cemetery/memorial. As you know I have a personal interest in the memorial.

Thomas Morse 16 May 1915

John Morse 12 March 1915

(ps Public thanks for your help with the Tilloy pics)

stevem

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Looks very much like Dud Corner and Loos memorial. Very similar design.

Neil

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