Coxyde Military Cemetery, Belgium

Location:  Koksijde, Belgium
Visited:   July 2007 (see Notes) "Cheltonians" buried in the Cemetery:   2

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Commonwealth War Graves Commission

"Cheltonians" buried in this Cemetery

Lieutenant Reginald Anthony LYON, Army Cyclist Corps, attached 1/7th Battalion West Riding Regiment, is buried in Plot II, Row H, Grave 17.

He was killed in action in the Nieupoort area on 13th August 1917, aged 27.

Lt Lyon is commemorated on the Cheltenham War Memorial and on the Cheltenham Grammar School War Memorial.

He left a widow, Mrs Emily Ann Lyon, who resided at 73 Naunton Crescent, Cheltenham.

 

 

 

2nd Lieutenant John Constantine NUTHALL, 14th Company Machine Gun Corps, is buried in Plot I, Row A, Grave 2.

He was killed in action in the Nieupoort area of Belgium on 13th July 1917, aged 28.

2Lt Nuthall is commemorated on the St Stephen's Church War Memorial.

He resided in East Grinstead before the war and he left a widow, Mrs Clara Evelyn Nuthall, who resided at Melbourne House, Pembroke.

Notes:

1.  I wish to acknowledge and express my thanks to Mr Steve Morse  who took the photo of Lt Lyon's headstone and placed the remembrance cross on Lt Lyon's grave in July 2007.

 

Page last updated: 21st August 2011

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