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

Lapugnoy Military Cemetery

Lapugnoy is a village 6 kilometres west of Bethune. From the centre of Lapugnoy, head south-west on the D70 in the direction of Marles-les-Mines. On the outskirts there is a crucifix at the side of the main road, turn right here towards Allouagne. After approximately 500 metres there is a track on the left hand side (the Cemetery is signposted here) and the Cemetery can be found on the left hand side, approximately 500 metres, along this track.

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Royal Canadians buried at the Lapugnoy Military Cemetery are listed below.

Regt. No. Rank. Given Names. Surname. Date of Death. Remarks. CVWM/CWGC Link; Grave Ref.
734126PteEugene EdwinCOMEAU28-Aug-17CVWM
V. E. 7.
814664PteGeorgeCRUICKSHANK10-Apr-17CVWM
III. A. 2.
477214PteGeorge FranklinCURRIER25-May-17CVWM
IV. B. 12.
Lieut.Edward FrankDAVIS09-Jun-17CVWM
IV. B. 17.
477273PteWilliam DanielEASTMAN18-Apr-18CVWM
VIII. D. 14.
406311PteWilliamHAINSWORTH27-Jul-17CVWM
V. A. 10.

Lapugnoy Military Cemetery Pte Eugener Comeau Pte George Cruikshank Pte Eugener Comeau Pte George Cruikshank Pte George Currier Lieut Edward Davis Pte George Currier Lieut Edward Davis Pte William Eastman Pte William Hainsworth Pte William Eastman Pte William Hainsworth

Photos by a friend of Rémy Deruelle, who is a member of the Great War Forum, and Robert Pike, a member of the Great War Forum.

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