Ten Tree Alley Cemetery was made by the V Corps in 1917 and it stood beside a former German trench, captured by the 32nd Division on the night of the 10th-11th February 1917. There are 67, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these, 24 are unidentified.
There are 154, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in Redan Ridge Cemetery, No. 1, of these, 73 are unidentified.
On our recent visit to Redan Ridge Cemetery, No. 3, the Cross of Sacrifice was missing due to an accident. The cemetery contains 67 U. K. burials of which 34 are unidentified.
Frankfurt Trench British Cemetery is named from a German trench about 1.6 kilometres North-East of the village, which remained in enemy hands until the German retreat early in 1917. The cemetery was made by the V Corps after that retreat, when their units cleared the Ancre battlefield, and it was known also as V Corps Cemetery No.11. There are 161, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these, 34 are unidentified.
Grandcourt Road Cemetery was made in the spring of 1917 when the Ancre battlefield was cleared. The cemetery now contains 391 burials and commemorations of the First World War. 108 of the burials are unidentified but there is a special memorial to one casualty known to be buried among them.
Redan Ridge Cemetery No.2 is about 90 metres West of the old German front line. There are 279, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these, 124 are unidentified. All fell (with one exception) in July and November 1916, and belonged to the 4th, 29th and 2nd Divisions.
Munich Trench British Cemetery (originally V Corps Cemetery No.8) was named from a German trench captured by the 7th Division on 11 January 1917. The cemetery contains 126 First World War burials, 28 of them unidentified.
This picture of Beaumont-Hamel British Cemetery on the Somme was taken from Hawthorn Crater. The cemetery contains 179 burials of which 82 are unidentified.
There are 263 burials in Stump Road Cemetery on the Somme with 50 being unidentified.
Bois-Guillaume Communal Cemetery & Extension is located to the North of Rouen in France. Most of the 683 burials came from No.8 General Hospital, which was quartered at Bois-Guillaume in a large country house and grounds.