Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch
Region : La Ferte, Seine-et-Marne, France
Latitude : 48.94355
Lontitude : 3.12397
CWGC Link : 79100
La Ferte-sous-Jouarre is a small town 66 kilometres to the east of Paris, located on the main road (N3) running east from Paris. The Memorial is situated in a small park on the south-western edge of the town, on the south bank of the River Marne, just off the main road to Paris, The Memorial Register is kept at the Town Hall.

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Dungannon Casualties
No     Rank Name Service No Regiment / Service Date Of Death Grave Ref
1 Portrait Portrait Pte. Bryans, Henry 8793 4th (Queen's Own) Hussars 11/09/1914 No Ref.
2 Portrait Corp Fleming, James Alfred 7835 Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 16/09/1914 No Ref.
3 Portrait Portrait Sgt. Marks, William James 1676946 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 01/07/1944 Plot 3 Grave 5
Cemetery History
The La Ferte-sous-Jouarre Memorial commemorates nearly 4,000 officers and men of the British Expeditionary Force who died in August, September and the early part of October 1914 and who have no known grave.
The monument consists of a rectangular block of stone, 62 feet by 30 feet and 24 feet high, with the names of the dead engraved on stone panels on all sides of the monument.
The monument is surmounted by a sarcophagus and a trophy carved in stone. At the four corners of the pavement are stone piers with urns, carved with the coats of arms of the Empire. The memorial was designed by G.H. Goldsmith and unveiled by Sir William Pulteney on 4 November 1928.