CWGC: Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Debt of Honour Register

In Memory of

W QUINN 

Company Quartermaster Serjeant
6834
1st Bn., Connaught Rangers

who died on
Monday 26 April 1915 .

Cemetery: LA BRIQUE MILITARY CEMETERY No.2Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave or Reference Panel Number: I. U. 24.
Location: The cemetery is located to the North East of the town of Ieper. From the station turn left and drive along M.Fochlaan to the roundabout, turn right and go to the next roundabout. Here turn left into M.Haiglaan and drive to the next roundabout. Here turn right into Oude Veurnestraat, this then changes to Diksmuidseweg and Brugseweg drive along this road to the traffic lights, at the lights turn left into Industrielaan then turn 1st right into Pilkemseweg, the cemetery is approx 400 metres on the left.
Historical Information: La Brique is a small hamlet named from an old brick works that used to stand nearby before to the First World War. LA BRIQUE CEMETERY No 2 was begun in February 1915 and used until March 1918. The original cemetery consisted of 383 burials laid out in 25 irregular rows in Plot I. After the Armistice, graves were brought in from the battlefields to create Plot II and extend the original plot. There are now 840 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War buried or commemorated in this cemetery. 400 of the burials are unidentified but special memorials commemorate four casualties known or believed to be buried among them. Across the road is LA BRIQUE CEMETERY No 1, which was begun in May 1915 and used until the following December. It contains 91 First World War burials, four of them unidentified. Both cemeteries were designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield.


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