Guardsman 11742 Arthur Follows
Killed in Action: France and Flanders 25th January 1915 aged 22
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At 0730 that morning heavy fire broke out along the front, the German attacks commencing with the explosion of a mine in the trench held by No. 4 Company of the Coldstream Guards under Captain Campbell. The first line of trenches were consequently rushed by the Germans... Read more by clicking here.
Richard and Arthur Fellows were both killed, side by side, in this action on the 25th January 1915 and are now buried in Cabaret-Rouge British cemetery, Souchez, Pas de Calais.
Richard and Arthur Follows enlisted together, served together, were killed together and now lie buried together. They lie in plot XXV Row B, with Arthur in plot B1, Richard B2, an unknown soldier of the Coldstream Guards in B3, Private William Facey Coldstream Guards killed in action on the 25th January in B4 and Private Thomas Tudball again killed in action on the 25th January in B5.
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