Native American and Canadian aboriginal veteran List. (cemetery site)

grayshott

HEADLEY ROAD
GRAYSHOTT
HAMPSHIRE 
ANGLETERRE / ENGLAND 

De l'automne 1915 a octobre 1919, un centre d'entrainement Canadien était placés dans la campagne des deux cotés de la route de Portmouth, entre Grayshott et Bramshott. Les soldats décédés dans l'hopital Canadien n 12 sont enterrés dans le cimetiere St Mary de Bramshott ( Les catholiques sont inhumés a St joseph, Grayshott).

From the autumn of 1915, to October, 1919, a Canadian Training Centre was placed in the open country on both sides of the Portsmouth road, between the turnings to Grayshott and to Bramshott; and the soldiers who died in No. 12 Canadian General Hospital, which served the camp, were buried in Branshott Churchyard, or (in the case of the Roman Catholic soldiers) in the Churchyard of St. Joseph's Church, at the West end of Grayshott.

 

- Private CIMON Joseph Arthur (3281011) - 21 ans - 1ere guerre mondiale - mort a la guerre - tombe : C15.

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