MONS-EN-CHAUSSÉE COMMUNAL CEMETERY
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 49.8802, Longitude: 3.00505
Mons-en-Chaussée is a small village on the D1029 between Amiens and St. Quentin. The Communal Cemetery is located to the north of the village.
Total Burials: 7.
World War One Casualties: United Kingdom 6, Canada 1. Total 7.
Lieutenant Edwin Rhodes Bottomley, 35 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps and West Riding Div. Ammunition Col. Royal Field Artillery, died 2nd June 1917, aged 22. Son of Emily Bottomley, of 5, Parish Ghyll Rd., Ilkley, and the late Benjamin Bottomley, B.A., LL.B. Educated at Shrewsbury School. Joined the Forces on Aug. 5th,1914.
3547 Corporal Edward Blunt, 2nd/5th Bn. North Staffordshire Regiment, died 11th April 1917, aged 19. Son of Mrs. Catherine Brunt, of 23, London Rd., Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. His headstone bears the inscription "Christ Will Link The Broken Chain Closer When We Meet Again"
Lieutenant G. A. Griffiths, Royal Flying Corps and 15th Bn. Welsh Regiment, died 2nd June 1917, aged 24. Son of John and Elizabeth Jane Griffiths, of Typicca, Golden Grove, Carmarthenshire.
241769 Private W. Hickinbottom, 2nd/5th Bn. Leicestershire Regiment, died 2nd April 1917.
14686 Private William Rankin McLintock, "B" Squadron, Royal Canadian Dragoons, died 9th July 1917, aged 30. Son of Robert and Agnes McLintock. Native of Strathblane, Scotland. His headstone bears the inscription "Until The Day Breaks And The Shadows Flee Away"
Second Lieutenant Christopher Monckton, 13th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps and Royal Irish Fusiliers, died 1st July 1916, aged 18. Son of Arthur and Gertrude Monckton, of 29, Queen's Rd., St. John's Wood, London.
T/306296 Driver William John Toller, 4th Cavalry Res. Pk. Army Service Corps, died 14th January 1918, aged 21. Son of James and Florence Louisa Toller, of 2, Southville Cottages, South St., Taunton, Somerset.