Remembering those who fought in the Great War.

Avesnes-Le-Comte Communal Cemetery Extension

Historical Information

The village of Avesnes-le-Comte was for some time the VI Corps headquarters. The 37th and 30th Casualty Clearing Stations were there from April 1916, the 42nd in June 1916, and the 41st in January 1917.

The communal cemetery contains 2 Commonwealth burials of the First World War, both made in April 1916. Thereafter, burials were made in the extension, which contains 333 graves, 4 of which are unidentified. Most of these were from the 37th CCS which stayed in the village until July 1917.

The Extension also contains 4 Second World War burials.

The Extension was designed by Charles Holden.

Inverclyde men and women listed at Avesnes-Le-Comte Communal Cemetery Extension