I am sorry that I do not know your Christian name. I am not aware of the precise circumstances of your death, nor what caused it, but, as a former soldier in the 1st Lincolns myself, doing my National Service in 1950, I am pleased to be given this opportunity to salute you as a brave soldier who lost his life in the service of his country. You were laid to rest with nine other members of our regiment in Arras Road Cemetery near Roclincourt. I understand that the graves of some of our colleagues were moved to Arras Road in 1926-29 from some of the surrounding cemeteries. Whether you were one of these I do not know, but in any case I trust that the Guard of Honour at your graveside, whether new or old, fired the traditional salute to a fallen comrade. In addition to your gravestone at Arras Road, I also trust that you were commemorated on your home town war memorial. My sympathy to your relatives who mourned your sacrifice. Rest in Peace. Harry.