Bovey Tracey – Church of St. Peter, St. Paul & St. Thomas of Canterbury


Lieutenant K. T. Frost is buried in Wiheries Communal Cemetery near Mons, one of twelve First World War British burials in the cemetery. The graves, most of which were brought in after the Armistice, date from the very beginning and the very end of the war (August 1914 and November 1918).  Interestingly, Lieutenant Frost’s grave reference is given as Special Memorial III A 7 and is the only Special Memorial in the cemetery, perhaps suggesting that the exact position of his grave is unknown.  One day I shall go and find out.

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