Ross Remembers

Ross Remembers LogoAs part of the Ross Royal British Legion 100 Group Commemorations please Remember in this month of March 2016 the following local men who were killed in action or died due to wounds sustained on active service at home or abroad as part of their military service 100 years ago during World War One:

2nd March:
Private George Henry King, aged 27, of Pencoyd who is Remembered in the Guards Cemetery Windy Corner Cuinchy
12th March:
Rifleman James Benjamin Baker, aged 26, of Much Marcle, who is Remembered in St Bartholomew’s Churchyard Much Marcle
18th March:
Serjeant John Arthur (Jack) Addis, aged 20, of Linton, Much Marcle & Old Gore, who is Remembered in the Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery Souchez
21st March:
Private Wallace Fletcher Weaver, aged 23, of Linton & Bury Hill, who is Remembered in Dickebusch New Military Cemetery
We will remember the ultimate sacrifice they made for us all.

If anyone has any information, photographs, etc on any of the brave men mentioned in these monthly remembrances, Ross RBL are currently collating Rolls of Honour with as much information as possible to keep for future reference and exhibitions during the next 4 years. Please contact the Events Co-ordinator on
Personal items will be copied and returned within a few days of receipt. Thank You.

St Bartholomew's churchyard, Much Marcle
St Bartholomew’s Churchyard Much Marcle

Guards Cemetery Cuincy, France

Guards Cemetery Windy Corner Cuinchy France

British Cemetery Souchez, France

Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery Souchez France