Parish Notes
ASHINGTON

War graves in France
The Morpeth Herald 20/10/1922 reports:
“Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, of 27 Katherine Street, Ashington, have recently returned from a visit to the War Graves in France, and they would be only too pleased to give any information to intending visitors or the relatives of the undermentioned soldiers, who are buried at Bac du Sud, Arras Sector, which is a British Cemetery. The graves in this cemetery are well looked after by workmen and wooden crosses are rapidly being replaced by headstones. The undermentioned graves are in close proximity to their son’s, and they would be pleased to give any information to any relative: 34461 Lance Cpl. H. Armitage, N.F.; 5885 Pte. J. Dunbar, N.F.; 3123316 Lance Cpl. H.P. Berry, N.F.; 18/304 Pte. T. Armstrong, N.F.; 38934 Lance Cpl. W. Leak, N.F.; 13185 Pte. A. Burnham, N.F. “