Norfolk Cemetery near Albert on the Somme in France contains 549 commonwealth burials, of which 223 are unidentified.
Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery was begun in 1917 and used until March 1918, mainly by the 21st and 48th Casualty Clearing Stations. Burials were resumed by Commonwealth troops in September 1918. and the 3rd Canadian and 18th Casualty Clearing Stations buried in it in October and November 1918. Total burials 2,045.
Five Points Cemetery was made by the 53rd Field Ambulance and the 18th Casualty Clearing Station, which were posted near the site. Total burials 101 of which 3 are unidentified.
Euston Road Cemetery at Colincamps on the Somme contains 1,293 burials. The cemetery was started as a front line burial ground during and after the unsuccessful attack on Serre on 1 July 1916.
There are 85, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in Serre Road Cemetery No. 3 who fell in July and November 1916. Of these, 48 are unidentified and special memorials are erected to four men who are known or believed to be buried among them.
Sucrerie Military Cemetery contains 1111 burials of which 226 are unidentified. The cemetery was begun by French troops in the early summer of 1915.
Auchonvillers Military Cemetery on the Somme contains 528 burials of which 41 are unidentified. The cemetery was begun by French troops in June 1915.
Millencourt Communal Cemetery Extension contains 340 Commonwealth burials of the First World War, and five German burials.
Bouzincourt was used as a field ambulance station from early in 1916 to February 1917, when the Allied line went forward from the Ancre. It was in German hands for a few days in the spring of 1918. Bouzincourt Communal Cemetery Extension contains 592 burials of which 108 are unidentified.
Forceville Communal Cemetery Extension, one of the first three Commission sites to be built after the First World war, was designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield and Charles Holden. Total burials 311.