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  • 24144 Private Wallace Sheraton was killed in action during fighting for the ridge above Sebourg on 4 November 1918. He is buried in the small battlefield cemetery - Sebourg British Cemetery grave A.18. Visited, photo taken, wreath laid by John Morse
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Nottingham
He was the son of Eliza Sheraton.
04 Nov 1918
582079 - CWGC Website
24144
Radford Nottingham
Private
9th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Wallace Sheraton went overseas with the 15th (Bantam) Battalion, which landed in France on 1 February 1916. At some point he was posted to the 9th Battalion and on 4 November 1918, they found themselves at Sebourg in France. After successfully taking the village, elements of the battalion moved forward to the ridge above. The enemy had prepared for this and opened up with heavy fire. Wallace was one of over 50 men killed and is buried overlooking the village in the battlefield cemetery - Sebourg British Cemetery, grave A.18 John Morse
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  • 24144 Private Wallace Sheraton was killed in action during fighting for the ridge above Sebourg on 4 November 1918. He is buried in the small battlefield cemetery - Sebourg British Cemetery grave A.18. Visited, photo taken, wreath laid by John Morse
    Wallace Sheraton grave - 24144 Private Wallace Sheraton was killed in action during fighting for the ridge above Sebourg on 4 November 1918. He is buried in the small battlefield cemetery - Sebourg British Cemetery grave A.18. Visited, photo taken, wreath laid by John Morse