Quaint little church or what? Locked, of course.
Serjeant John Macpherson, 17th Bn., Australian Infantry, who died of wounds at one of the Rouen hospitals aged 29, and is buried in the huge extension to St. Sever Cemetery in the centre of the city. According to the CWGC, his date of death was actually 8th May 1917, although this family headstone says the following day.
Corporal Robert Mackenzie, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action on 20th September 1917 aged 26; his body was never recovered and he is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial.
Corporal Alexander Fraser, Cameron Highlanders, killed in action aged 22 and buried along with just seven other British soldiers – mainly men of the R.G.A. – all of whom died in October 1918, in the communal cemetery at Becquigny, a dozen miles south east of Cambrai.