Duhallow A.D.S. cemetery

Periode: WOI
Periode: WOII
Type: Begraafplaats
Militair of Burger: Militair
Status: Beschermd
Datum registratie: 
31/08/2010
  • © Rudy Van Kerckhoven, 08/08/2008© Rudy Van Kerckhoven, 08/08/2008© Rudy Van Kerckhoven, 08/08/2008
  • © Michel Collaert, 29/10/2017© Michel Collaert, 29/10/2017© Michel Collaert, 29/10/2017
  • © Michel Collaert, 29/10/2017© Michel Collaert, 29/10/2017© Michel Collaert, 29/10/2017
  • © Michel Collaert, 29/10/2017© Michel Collaert, 29/10/2017© Michel Collaert, 29/10/2017
Locatie: 
Duhallow A.D.S. cemetery, niet ver van Essex Farm cemetery (500 m richting Ieper), langs het kanaal tussen Boezinge Sas en Ieper.

Op de begraafplaats Duhallow A.D.S. (Duhallow Advanced Dressing Station, vooruitgeschoven verbandpost) worden 1.601 gesneuvelden uit WOI herdacht en een gesneuvelde uit WOII.

Dit is de laatste rustplaats van o.a. (info CWGC):

BARNETT, Second Lieutenant, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, 21st Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 15 November 1917. Age 19. Son of Charles Augustus and Amelia Elizabeth Barnett, of 60, Kenninghall Rd., Clapton, London. Grave Ref. II. C. 5.

BEDSON, Captain, ERIC HAMILTON, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and 8th Bn., Lancashire Fusiliers, Shot down whilst flying over enemy lines at Langemark 7 August 1917. Age 26. Son of Joseph Phillips Bedson and Alice Maud Bedson, of 137, Lapwing Lane, Didsbury, Manchester. Grave Ref. IV. C. 6.

BENBOW, Captain, EDWIN LOUIS, M C, 85th Sqdn., Royal Air Force. and, Royal Field Artillery, Killed in action 30 May 1918. Age 22. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Benbow, of La Mortola, Ventimigila, Italy. Born Abbotsbury, Dorset. Grave Ref. IV. F. 31.

COLLINGHAM, Airman 2nd Class, W G B, 67753, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and 186th Bde., Royal Field Artillery 12 January 1918. Grave Ref. III. F. 4.

EVANS, Airman 3rd Class, D C, 113195, 18th Kite Balloon Sect., Royal Flying Corps. 26 March 1918. Grave Ref. IV. D. 27.

GARDNER, Airman 2nd Class, CHARLES THOMAS, 67427, 47th Balloon Sect., Royal Flying Corps. Killed in action 15 October 1917. Age 36. Husband of Annie Emma Gardner, of 13, Ewell Place, Addington Square, Camberwell, London. Grave Ref. I. E. 10.

HUNT, Lieutenant, WILLIAM VICTOR, 82nd Sqdn., Royal Air Force. and, Machine Gun Corps, Died of wounds received in aerial combat on 14th Oct 17 October 1918. Age 21. Son of Alfred Edwin and Jane Hunt, of Tottenham; husband of Ivy Ethel Hunt (nee Coombes), of 36, Foyle Rd., Tottenham, London. Grave Ref. IV. G. 9.

KNIGHT, Second Lieutenant, GEORGE HAROLD, 11th Balloon Coy., Royal Flying Corps. 6 October 1917. Age 25. Son of George and Emilie Knight, of Clifton, Bristol. Member of the Hon. Artillery Company, 1909 t 1916. Served with that unit in France, 1914 to 1915. Grave Ref. I. D. 24.

LEAL, Lieutenant, GEORGE, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and, Royal Field Artillery, Killed whilst flying 7 August 1917. Age 32. Son of George and Margaret Leal, of "Cairndhu," Belgravia, Johannesburg, Transvaal. Served in the South African War. Grave Ref. IV. C. 4.

PEARSON, Airman 3rd Class, A, 80674, 47th Kite Balloon Sect., Royal Flying Corps. 5 March 1918. Grave Ref. IV. B. 8.

RICHARDS, Airman 1st Class, WILLIAM LESLIE, 31142, 23rd Balloon Sect., Royal Flying Corps. Died of wounds 3 January 1918. Age 27. Son of Matthew H. and Mary Richards, of Falmouth; husband of Elsie A. Richards, of 4, Erisey Terrace, Falmouth, Cornwall. Tailors' Cutter. Grave Ref. II. E. 24.

STEWARD, Lieutenant, ARTHUR AMYOT, 11th Balloon Coy., Royal Flying Corps. and, Royal Field Artillery 6 October 1917. Age 35. Son of Edward and Margaret Steward; husband of Miriam Agnes Steward, of The Moot, Downton, Salisbury. Grave Ref. I. D. 25.

WALKER, Airman 1st Class, GEORGE SIMPSON, 4969, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 11 August 1917. Age 19. Son of Stephen Simpson Walker and Louisa Beatrice Walker, of 34, Broadfield Rd., Moss Side, Manchester. Grave Ref. VIII. G. 14.

WHITEHEAD, Second Lieutenant, GEOFFREY NIELD, 11th Balloon Coy., Royal Flying Corps. 15 October 1917. Age 29. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Whitehead, of Baildon, Yorks.; husband of Kathleen Whitehead, of Aketon Close, Spofforth, Harrogate. Grave Ref. I. E. 11.

Ook drie graven van onbekende vliegeniers.