General Directions: Vermand is a village in the Department of the Aisne, on the Omignon River. The Communal Cemetery is on the road to Caulaincourt.

Vermand was later "adopted" by the Borough of Cambridge. The Communal Cemetery was used in April and May 1917 and March and September 1918 for British burials.

There are now over 40, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site.

The plot covers an area of 227 square metres.

Casualty Details: UK 42, Total Burials: 42

Eight men of the Royal Berkshire Regiment

Back. L-R:  T. F. Wiltshire; T. F. Jinks; A. Lester

Front. L-R: F. J. Nutley; S. C. Lovegrove; G. F. Woolgar; F. G. Edwards; A. Bates

2nd Lieut. C. Meade & Pvt. E. Careless


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