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2nd Canadian Cemetery, Sunken Road, Contalmaison

Information from the website of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission:
Contalmaison is a village and commune in the Department of the Somme, 6 kilometres east-north-east of Albert. The sunken road from which this cemetery is named is part of the Contalmaison-Pozieres road.
The 2nd Canadian Cemetery was made in July-October, 1916, during the middle fighting in the Somme offensive.
There are now over 40, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site.
The Cemetery covers an area of 383 square metres and is enclosed by a low red brick wall.


The men

S.E. Angove
A. Biddulph
Richard Stanley Brickwood
T.W. Buchan
Graham Charles Hine Bulford
Timothy Carroll
Fred Cheeseman
J. Chillas
Henry Cockrane
C.E. Collins
Donald Connor
A.B. Corbin
J. Craney
W.M. Creighton
William Howard Curtis
J.T. Danis

John Davis
Thomas Cecil Dench
F. Dickie
W.A. Dingman
George Ernest Doxsee
John Dyler
A.G. Fagan
R.F. Fry
J. Fulton
W.G. Hall
T. Hardie
S. Hare
C.F. Hesch
Ernest George Jessop
A. Laliberte

W.G. Little
J. Malloy
R. Purden
George Henry Rowling
Frank Reid Smith
Ralph Edwin Law Stevenson
Alfred Bertram Stone
H.C. Stuart
T. Tattersall
Jack Tough
J. Watt
C. White
J. Williams
G.B. Wilson
Christopher Walker Wright


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