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Brandhoek New Military Cemetery No.3

Updated: Mar 31, 2023


As the New Military Cemetery became full this cemetery was opened and was in use until May 1918. It was used by the various Casualty Clearing Stations in the area.


There were many gun positions located around Brandhoek and many of the graves (286) in this cemetery are those of artillerymen.


The gates of the cemetery were presented by Mr G H Strutt in memory of his son, Lieutenant Anthony Harold Strutt, 16th (Chatsworth Rifles), Sherwood Foresters, who died of wounds on 27 April 1918 and is buried in this cemetery.

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Authors image Grave IV.A.5

Cemetery Location

All three cemeteries at Brandhoek lie to the west of Vlamertinghe and are on the new road between Poperinge and Ieper. They are visible from the road.


FALKIRK AND DISTRICT MEN BURIED HERE


Falkirk

202232 Pte Thomas Mills

4/5th Battalion Black Watch

Age 21

27.4.18

I.O.27


Bo’ness

376676 Pte Hugh Rose McIntosh

13th Battalion Royal Scots

Age 36

21.8.17

I.D.25


Muiravonside

227445 Gunner Robert Heaps

24th Battery, 38th Brigade, Royal Horse & Field Artillery

Age 25

27.9.17

I.H.24


Burials

UK – 849

Australian – 46

New Zealand – 18

Canadian – 46

South African – 5

British West Indies – 1

Chinese Labour Corps - 1

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