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37th Graves - Tyne Cot
Tyne Cot Cemetery is the largest Commonwealth War Graves cemetery in the world with 11,871 soldiers buried there (70% of them unknown). There is also a Memorial to the Missing on which are listed 34,888 names. The main thrust of the attack on the infamous village of Passchendaele took place in this area between October and November 1917.
Frederick Edward Bryen
Harry Cooke
Charles Richard Campbell
until the dawn breaks and shadow flee away
Charles Netley Cramp
His death was Australia's loss
Alan Rudge Davis
Until the day break and the shadows flee away
William Farmer
In remembrance of you no one will forget.
 Alexander Edward Hall
sunshine passes shadows fall, love & remembrance outlast all  
Daniel Joseph Hardy  
In loving memory of our dear son and brother remembrance ever
George Howard  Hayes
For the sake of those I dearly loved
Eric Hillman
We shall meet again our own dear son and brother
 Henry John  Jagoe
Greather love hath no man that he lay down his life for his friends.
James Edward Kingley
Leonard John Lock
William Love
 A thoughtful boy loving and
 kind a loving memory left behind
 *Note - William foster mother placed this on his grave
Thomas Francis Marney
Could we have stood beside your grave and seen you laid to rest
Clarence Pepyat
Albert William Reeves
Archibald Rickard
Edward Toynbee  Stevens
Andrew Strawhorn
Henry Charles Taylor
Father in thy gracious keeping leave
 we now our loved one sleeping
Joseph James Timms
 May his soul rest in peace
William Henry White
In memory of deeply loved son of Mr & Mrs White of Clydebank Vic.   
The cross of Sacrifice
built on a German pillbox

                Roy Thomas Warner                                                                                             Sgt. Albert Ernest Alloway
This is a picture of the special memory, under these headstones are no body's, the name of the soldier is on it but his remains are buried on the cemetery under a headstone with Unknown on it. There are 2 soldiers of the 37th Bn. in this row.
Written on the headstone is

 "Their glory shall not be blotted out."

                                                                    Midi File - Till we meet again
                                                          "  As a soldier boy whispers goodbye..."

courtesy of Melody lane - see lyrics at