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Oust-Marest - Wikipedia
The commune is situated on the D1015 road, some 20 miles (32 km) southwest of Abbeville, on the banks of the river Bresle, the border with Seine-Maritime.
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Oust-Marais is a village and commune 28 kilometres west-south-west of Abbeville and about 7 kilometres south-east of Le Treport, the well known seaside resort. The cemetery is on the north-western side of the village, on a by-road leading to the neighbouring village of St. Quentin-Lamotte. The British grave is adjacent to the western boundary and immediately left of the entrance.
Ponts-et-Marais is a village 32 kilometres north-east of Dieppe. It lies on the right of the road from Eu to Gamaches and is three kilometres from Eu. The Communal Cemetery is on the left of the road from Eu to Gamaches about 180 metres past the road leading to the village when coming from Eu.
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Cruiser Mk I - Wikipedia
Yzengremer - Wikipedia ( aka Yzencremer )
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6th Royal Scots Fusiliers
The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 8th Battalion, 1940 - Somme Bay Area - France
Regimental-Histories_1936-1945 Bright_0051.jpg - The Royal Lancers Museum at Derby
Vickers T5149 destroyed in OUST-MARAIS.
6th June 1940
7th June 1940
I'm not sure, currently, if these unknowns have been identified since?
Eight British soldiers, four of whom are not identified by name, are buried in graves adjacent to the west wall of the cemetery.
Re. Lance Corporal S. Peters, 317619...
Prisoner of War... 5d6m1940...
Regimental-Histories_1936-1945 Bright_0052.jpg - The Royal Lancers Museum at Derby
Regimental-Histories_1936-1945 Bright_408.jpg - The Royal Lancers Museum at Derby
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