|He is buried in the Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont Hamel. The
original burials were almost all of the 63rd and 36th Divisions, but after the
Armistice the cemetery was greatly enlarged when many more graves from the same
battlefields and from smaller burial grounds in the area were brought into it.
The majority of those buried in the cemetery died on 1 July, 3 September or 13
November 1916. There are now 2,540 Commonwealth casualties of the First World
War buried or commemorated in the cemetery. 1,335 of the graves are
unidentified, but special memorials commemorate 43 casualties known or believed
to be buried among them.