Savy British Cemetery
Savy is a village 6.5 kilometres west of St Quentin. Savy British Cemetery is on the south-western outskirts of the village, on the west side of the road to Roupy.
Savy was taken by the 32nd Division on the 1 April 1917, after hard fighting. Savy British Cemetery was made in 1919, and the graves from the battlefields and small cemeteries in the neighbourhood were concentrated into it. There are now over 850 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site, including Harry Ormerod (Grave Ref. I. C. 6.), of the Lancashire Fusiliers, who died on 1 April 1917.
|35021 PRIVATE / H. ORMEROD / LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS / 1ST APRIL 1917. AGE 21 / AT REST|
|32710 PRIVATE / E.G. WINSTANLEY / LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS / 1ST
APRIL 1917. AGE 26
(Grave Ref. I. C. 11)
Ernest George Winstanley - "son of Ernest Turner and Emily Eveylen Winstanley, of 5, Dawson Grove, Everton, Liverpool."
Commonwealth War Graves Commission Debt of Honour Register