Roisel Communal Cemetery Extension
Roisel is a small town 11 kilometres east of Péronne. The Communal Cemetery is on the east side of the road to Villers-Faucon and the Cemetery Extension is immediately to the north of the Communal Cemetery.
Roisel Communal Cemetery Extension was begun by German troops, who buried immediately to the north of the Communal Cemetery. It was developed in October and November 1918, by the 41st, 48th, 53rd and 58th Casualty Clearing Stations, and it was completed after the Armistice by the concentration of British and German graves from the country north, east and south of Roisel. There are now 877 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site.
|39055 PRIVATE / T.J. HUGHES / SOUTH WALES BORDERERS / 15TH
(Grave Ref. I. L. 20.)