in the 7th Division.
He was killed during the first Battle of Ypres
at Zanvoorde on the morning of
October 30th 1914
while trying to save his Adjutant Capt Dooner
and was buried in Hooge Cemetery
May 21st 1919.
This wooden German cross marked the
where his body was found by his brother-in-law
Walter who, with his wife Blanche Carlile,
erected this tablet
On him be peace and the blessing
for he was great hearted
Part of the original German cross
is fixed to the plaque. It reads
Hier ruht Ein Englšnder (Here rests an Englishman)