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Cuesmes Communal Cemetery

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Cuesmes Communal Cemetery contains 47 Commonwealth burials of the First Word War, including one American serving in the Canadian Army. They date from August 1914 and October-December 1918, and in most cases they were brought into the cemetery after the Armistice.


N544 , 7033 , Cuesmes , Hainaut , Wallonie , Belgium

Cuesmes Communal Cemetery is located 2 km west of Mons. From the R50 Mons ring road the N6 leads southwards towards Maubeuge. 700 metres along the N6 Avenue General De Gaulle lies the right hand turning onto the N544 chaussee de Cuesmes. 2 km along the N544 lies the village of Cuesmes. On reaching the village the cemetery is located 300 metres beyond the village square on the right hand side of the rue de Frameries.

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50.43432 3.92127 N544

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