Wulverghem-Lindenhoek Road



1,010 Commonwealth servicemen of the Great War are buried or commemorated here.

352 burials are unidentified.

There are 2 special memorials for men believed to be buried here.

7 special memorials to men who were buried elsewhere and whose graves were destroyed in the fighting of 1917-18 





The cemetery first known as Wulverghem Dressing Station Cemetery was begun in December 1914.

It was used until June 1917, and again in September and October 1918.

At the end of the war it contained 162 burials which are in Plot I




Arthur Ratcliff 16th Bn AIF

19th August 1917

age 22

His grave would have been brought in from the surrounding battlefield after the war.

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