Walter Curry was born on 1st March 1893 in Aughnacloy. He was the son of George and Mary Jane Curry of Carricklongfield, Aughnacloy. George was a farmer. Walter emigrated to Toronto, Canada where he lived at 81 Shelbourne Street and worked as a truck driver He had already spent 2 years with the C.A.M.C. before he re-enlisted on 7th June 1917 at Toronto. 5' 9" tall. He was not married and listed his mother as his next of kin. Private Walter Curry was with the Canadian Infantry when he was killed in action on 10th November 1918.
The village of Frameries is located south-west of Mons off the R5 ring. From the E19 motorway turn off at junction 24a and onto the ring R5. Follow the ring to the junction with the N544, turn right onto the N544 direction Frameries. Follow the N544 into Frameries and at the first turning on the left turn left into rue Sainte-Philomene. Take the first turning left into rue Donaire, cross the railway and the cemetery is along here on the left. The graves are located in the Belgian Military area in plots 9 and 39.