Artillery Wood Cemetery at Boezinge, near Ypres.
In Remembrance of Gunners D. MacCulloch (age 32) and C.W. Edwards (age 28), killed on the 2nd of August 1917.
Today we remember Gunners D. MacCulloch (77524) and C.W. Edwards( 70026) of the 21th Cy, "G" Bn, Tank Corps.
They both died on the 2nd of August at the end of the battle of Pilkem Ridge and are buried side by side at Artillery Wood Cemetery (Boezinge).
D. McCulloch's name is recorded on his family gravestone in Kilbride Churchyard, Lerags, near Oban. His brother, Sergeant Iain Hugh of the Cameron Highlanders, was killed in action on the 29th of september 1915. He is buried at Loos British cemetery. He is also recorded on the same family gravestone.
Many thanks to Liam Griffin for sharing this information.
Please join us in remembering them.
Tom and Sarah
Visiting the former battlefields for the last 20 years, Tom was always attracted to the stories behind them and the men who fought and died there. He decided to combine his love for war history with the other things he likes, such as photography and writing. Together with his wife Sarah he founded "Battlefield Photography".
Left side of the bed
Right side of the bed
Lest We Forget
George Theodore Snelling
William Edward Hipkiss
Sydney Edmund Ellis
John Edwin Greenwood
MacCulloch and Edwards
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