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Rededication and burial services for first world war soldiers

 

Burial services will be held on 27 and 28 March in France for first world war soldiers, a rededication service will also be held for Serjeant John MacKenzie.

 

Burial service for soldier of the first world war

A burial service will be held in the morning of Tuesday 27 March at Bailleul Road East Cemetery, France for 1 soldier of the first world war.

 

The remains of a soldier of the Royal Scots were discovered by a team of workmen near to Athiens. Given the location of where the remains were found it is a possibility that this soldier was killed during the Battle of Arras in April 1917. However there are still too many soldiers of the Royal Scots missing from that battle to identify this soldier.

 

The service has been organised by the Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre and will be attended by British Defence Staff, regimental representatives from The Royal Regiment of Scotland and local dignitaries. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission will be providing the headstone.

 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/rededication-and-burial-services-for-first-world-war-soldiers

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