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Plaque Commonwealth War Grave Cemetary Bard Cottage Ypres
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Plaque Commonwealth War Grave Cemetary Bard Cottage Ypres

Colour photograph of the plaque at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Bard Cottage Cemetery, near Leper, Ypres, Belgium declaring the land on which the cemetery stands as a free gift of the beloved people for the perpetual resting place of those of the Allied Armies who fell in the war of 1914-18. The cemetery contains many graves of Seaforth Highlanders, including that of Pte Hugh Munro, son of Donald and Margaret Munro of Well Street, Dornoch, who was killed in action of 7 Sep 1917 aged 23.
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