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The Genealogy of the van Heerden Family from the Karoo Region of South Africa

 Cemetery (British), Ayette, Pas de Calais, France

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Latitude: 50.17540435307648, Longitude: 2.721540927886963

The village of Ayette remained in British hands from March, 1916 to the 27th March, 1918, when it was captured by the enemy; it was the scene of fighting by the Guards Division on the 28th, and it was retaken by the 32nd Division on the 3rd April, 1918. Ayette British Cemetery was made by fighting units in March-June, 1918. There are now over 50, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. Three of the graves, destroyed by shell fire, are represented by special memorials. The Cemetery covers an area of 326 square metres and is enclosed by a low brick wall.

All Burials in Cemetery (British), Ayette, Pas de Calais, France

  Last Name, Given Name(s) Born Died Buried Spouse(s)
1. Willem Brett St. Leger Abt 1895George, Western Cape, South AfricaFind all individuals with events at this location24 Apr 1918Ayette, Pas de Calais, FranceFind all individuals with events at this location

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