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  • Commonwealth  War Graves Commission headstone marking the grave of Archie Cave, at Jerusalem War Cemetery,
Courtesy of John Beech
Person Details
Nottingham
Born during the fourth quarter 1894,he was the son of George William Cave and Mary Ann Cave. In 1911 he was living with his parents and siblings George William, Frederick and John Henry, Nellie and Annie and brother in law George Knight and nephew George at 6a Briar Street Meadows Nottingham. His father was listed as a carting contractor and coal merchant.
19 Jun 1918
23
646463 - CWGC Website
606
Nottingham
Driver
1/1st Nottinghamshire Bty Royal Horse Artillery
Joined 1st/1st Nottinghamshire Battery Royal Horse Artillery (T.F) 1914 Probably embarked at Avonmouth 9th April 1915 aboard SS Nitonian with rest of Battery Arrived in Egypt 25th April 1915 Renumbered 612169 in 1917
Buried Jerusalem War Cemetery Row O Grave 51
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  • Commonwealth  War Graves Commission headstone marking the grave of Archie Cave, at Jerusalem War Cemetery,
Courtesy of John Beech
    Driver Archie Cave - Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone marking the grave of Archie Cave, at Jerusalem War Cemetery, Courtesy of John Beech