|Australian Memorial Park, Fromelles with V C Corner Cemetery in the background.|
|Australian Memorial Park, Fromelles|
We visited the Rue du Bois cemetery near Fleurbaix, about 3 km from Fromelles, to pay respect to Phil's great-uncle, David Ray Leed from a farm at Mologa in Victoria. He was killed in action 15 July 1916 aged 22.
|Rue du Boix Cemetery, Fleurbaix|
|Butterfly at Rue du Boix Cemetery, Fleurbaix|
|Ray Leed's headstone, Rue du Boix Cemetery, Fleurbaix|
|Every war cemetery has a cemetery register and a visitor book, safely stored in a niche with a metal door. It's a very impressive arrangement. Phil signed the book at Rue du Boix Cemetery, Fleurbaix.|
We then found 'V C Corner cemetery near Fromelles to find the name of my grandmother, Dorothy Wyllie nee Taylor's cousin, John Henry Brown from Cobden who was killed in the action on 19 Jul 1916. His body was never identified so his name is on a panel in this cemetery.
|John Henry Brown, listed among the missing, on a panel at 'VC Corner' cemetery near Fromelles.|
|VC Corner Cemetery, Fromelles|
|VC Corner Cemetery, Fromelles.|
|VC Corner cemetery in the background and the sign on the right says 'German Front Line 19-20 July 1916'|