The Royal Canadian Regiment and
The First World War - 1914-1919

Menin Road South Military Cemetery

Menin Road South Military Cemetery is located 2 Kms east of Ieper town centre, on the Meenseweg (N8), connecting Ieper to Menen. From Ieper town centre the Meenseweg is located via Torhoutstraat and right onto Basculestraat. Basculestraat ends at a main crossroads, directly over which begins the Meenseweg. The Cemetery is located 800 metres along the Meenseweg on the right hand side of the road.

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Royal Canadians buried at the Menin Road South Military Cemetery are listed below.

Regt. No. Rank. Given Names. Surname. Date of Death. Remarks. CVWM/CWGC Link; Grave Ref.
477004PteJamesADAMSON01-Jun-16 CVWM
I. P. 1.
478598PteJohn MilledgeBUCKLER16-Jul-16CVWM
I. O. 22.
477129A/L-CplEdwardBURDEN18-Aug-16CVWM
I. Q. 31.
477173A/L-CplHerbertCLARK22-May-16 CVWM
I. O. 3.
477193PteHarry ScottCOOTS01-Jun-16 CVWM
I. P. 2.
477238PteAlfredDEAVIN06-Aug-16CVWM
I. O. 20.
Lieut.Frank Robert Lawsonde SALIS02-Jun-16 CVWM
III. E. 5.
477272PteErnestDUNLOP14-Jul-16CVWM
I. O. 24.
478799PteFrank HaroldHIRTLE17-Aug-16CVWM
I. O. 37.
440024L-SgtFrederick AlfredLAKER14-Aug-16CVWM
I. O. 19.
454733PteThomasLARIVIERE24-Jun-16 CVWM
I. P. 3.
455323PteUlric E.LATOUR24-Jun-16 CVWM
I. P. 14.
440026PteWilfredLEPAGE17-Aug-16CVWM
I. O. 38.
477702L-CplDavidPATERSON03-Aug-16CVWM
I. RI. 5.
460612PteFrederick JosephSCOTT15-Jul-16CVWM
I. O. 23.
477889PteEdwardSTOCKTON31-May-16 CVWM
I. O. 16.
442238PteRalphWILEY27-Apr-16 CVWM
I. M. 24.
MajorArthur JamesWILLIAMS15-Aug-16CVWM
I. O. 30.
478027PteJames MugfordWOOD07-Jun-16 CVWM
III. E. 9.

Pte James Adamson Pte John Buckler Pte Edward Burden Pte Herbert Clark Pte Harry Coots Pte Alfred Deavin Lieut Frank de Salis Pte Ernest Dunlop Pte Frank Hirtle L-Sgt Frederick Laker Pte Thomas Lariviere Pte Ulric Latour Pte Wilfred Lepage L-Cpl David Paterson Pte Frederick Scott Pte Edward Stockton Pte Ralph Wiley Maj Arthuer Williams Pte James Wood

Photos by Maj G., while serving at SHAPE HQ in Mons, Belgium; and by Robert Pike, a member of the Great War Forum.

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