32nd Div. Ammunition Col., Royal Field Artillery (British Army)
01/04/1917 (Died of Wounds)
Francis Carbery was the youngest son of Patrick and Sarah Carbery, of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, born about 1886. By the time of the 1901 census, 14 year old Francis‘ father had died. The 1901 census oddly doesn’t list an occupation for the 25 year old Francis Carbery. He enlisted and was a shoeing smith. Francis Carbery was with the 32nd Division, Ammunition Column. Of the Royal Field Artillery when he killed on 1st April 1917. He was aged 31.
Warlincourt and Saulty are villages on either side of the main road (N25) between Arras (22 kilometres) and Doullens (13 kilometres). Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery is situated just off the north side of the road. Large signs clearly indicate access 200 metres before the site coming from either direction.