DELVILLE WOOD

LONGUEVAL - SOMME - FRANCE

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ASSEVILLERS NEW BRITISH CEMETERY

Somme, France

Seventeen South Africans, of whom one served in an Australian unit, rest in this cemetery. 8 of the S.A. burials are not identified by name, but 3 unknown gravestones are missing.

A. EGAN

1st S.A.I.

A.H.M. GRIER

4th S.A.I.

F.R. HUGHES

4th S.A.I.

S.G. MILLS

4th S.A.I.

W.H. MILNER

Australian Field Artillery

T.H. ROBINSON

1st S.A.I.

A.F. SCHROEDER

1st S.A.I.

M.J. SLABBERT

1st S.A.I.

F.N. WHEELER

2nd S.A.I.

CEMETERY MAP : click on the names to obtain pictures and informations.

The blue points show the unknown South African graves.

 

Assevillers New British Cemetery C.W.G.C. Web Page

 

Sgt W.H. MILNER, Australian Field Artillery Cpl S.G. MILLS, 4th SAI Pvt A.H.M. GRIER, 4th SAI Pvt F.R. HUGHES, 4th SAI Pvt F.N. WHEELER, 2nd SAI Pvt M.J. SLABBERT, 1st SAI Pvt A.F. SCHROEDER, 1st SAI 2nd Lt T.H. ROBINSON, 1st SAI Pvt A. EGAN, 1st SAI