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

Albert Communal Cemetery Extension

Albert is a town 28 Kms north-east of Amiens. The Communal Cemetery is on the south-east side of Albert and at the junction of the roads to Peronne (D938) and Bray sur Somme (D329), and the extension is entirely enclosed by it. The main entrance to the cemetery is on the Peronne road

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Royal Canadians buried at the Albert Communal Cemetery Extension are listed below.

Regt. No. Rank. Given Names. Surname. Date of Death. Remarks. CVWM/CWGC Link; Grave Ref.
229275PteThomasDANIEL17-Sep-16CVWM
I. O. 45.
228218PteDavidMcKAY01-Oct-16CVWM
I. P. 37.
228250PteAlbert EmmettMURPHY01-Oct-16CVWM
I. P. 40.
455635PteErnestSULLIVAN01-Oct-16CVWM
I. P. 39.
478043A/L-CplGeorge EdmundYOUNG01-Oct-16CVWM
I. P. 38.

Albert Communal Cemetery Extension Neighbouring graves of four soldiers of The RCR who all died on 1 October 1916.

Neighbouring graves of four soldiers of The RCR who all died on 1 October 1916; Pte Murphy, Pte Sullivan, A/L/Cpl Young, and Pte McKay.

Photos by Richard West, a member of the Great War Forum.


Pte Thomas Daniel Pte David McKay Pte Albert Murphy Pte Ernest Sullivan Pte George Young

Pte Thomas Daniel Pte David McKay Pte Albert Murphy Pte Ernest Sullivan Pte George Young

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

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