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

Sucrerie Cemetery, Ablain St.-Nazaire

Ablain-St Nazaire is a village approximately 13 kilometres north of Arras. Take the D937 (Bethune Road) to the village of Souchez. Make a left turn along the D57. The cemetery lies 1 kilometre on the left side of this road.

For more information - CWGC

Royal Canadians buried at the Sucrerie Cemetery, Ablain St.-Nazaire are listed below.

Regt. No. Rank. Given Names. Surname. Date of Death. Remarks. CVWM/CWGC Link; Grave Ref.
715142PteThepohile Edmund ARSENAULT10-Mar-18 CVWM
II. D. 14.
455845PteWilliam HopeWALLACE19-Apr-18CVWM
IV. A. 12.

Sucrerie Cemetery, Ablain St.-Nazaire

Sucrerie Cemetery, Ablain St.-Nazaire

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

Pte Theophile Arsenault Pte Theophile Arsenault

Photos by Fred Killick, and provided to The Regimental Rogue by Peter Bennett, a member of the Great War Forum. (Frederick Killick, a former member of the Australian Army and a Veteran of the Vietnam War, died in France on 15 Jan 2013 at the age of 71 years.)

Pte William Wallace Pte William Wallace

Photos by Robert Pike, a member of the Great War Forum.

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