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

Puchevillers British Cemetery

Puchevillers is a village on the D11 about 19 kilometres north-east of Amiens. The British Cemetery is a little west of the village. The first Commonwealth War Graves Commission signpost is situated by the church in the village.

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Royal Canadians buried at the Puchevillers British Cemetery are listed below.

Regt. No. Rank. Given Names. Surname. Date of Death. Remarks. CVWM/CWGC Link; Grave Ref.
460297PteJohn ThomasGUEST10-Oct-16CVWM
V. C. 31.
455129PteJohn WilliamHIBBERT12-Oct-16CVWM
V. C. 36.
444488CplJohn WilliamHUME18-Sep-16CVWM
IV. F. 22.
442188PtePercySTOCKING21-Sep-16CVWM
IV. D. 27.

Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Extension

Photo by Peter Bennett, a member of the Great War Forum


CWGC headstone for Pte John Guest. CWGC headstone for Pte John Hibbert. CWGC headstone for Pte John Guest. CWGC headstone for Pte John Hibbert. CWGC headstone for Pte John Hume. CWGC headstone for Pte Percy Stocking. CWGC headstone for Pte John Hume. CWGC headstone for Pte Percy Stocking.

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

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