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4th BT. Pde. Grnd
7th Fld Ambulance
Ari Burnu
Baby 700
Beach Cemetery
Canterbury NZEF
Chunuk Bair
C/rtney's & Steel's
Embarkation Pier

Hill 60
Johnston's Jolly
Lancashire Land/g
Lone Pine

N.Z.No2 Outpost

No.2 Outpost
Pink Farm
Plugge's Plateau
Quinn's Post
Redoubt - Helles
Shell Green
Shrapnel Valley
Skew Bridge
Farm Cemetery
The Nek, Anzac
12 Tree Copse
Walker's Ridge

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  LOWTHER, Private, WILLIAM GEORGE, 12/2020. Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.. Killed in action 8th August 1915. Age 29. Son of Edward and Mary Lowther, of Auckland; husband of Zalma Bayliss (formerly Lowther), of Rotorua, New Zealand. Sp. Mem. 6.
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The Farm
The cemetery is reached along a steep footpath which runs from the fire-break that starts south of Chunuk Bair Cemetery.

The Farm was a stone shepherd's but on the western slopes of Chunuk Bair, known to the Turks as 'Aghyl' (sheepfold), which was passed by the troops who held Chunuk Bair on 6-10 August. On 8 August, it was occupied by the 10th Gurkhas, part of the 9th Royal Warwicks, and the Maoris. The 6th East Lancashire Regiment, the 10th Hants and the 6th Royal Irish Rifles reached it next day. The 5th Connaught Rangers came up on 10 August, but the same morning, in consequence of the Turkish attack which cleared Chunuk Bair, the line was withdrawn.
The cemetery was made after the Armistice.
There are now 652 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War buried or commemorated in this cemetery. All of the 645 burials are unidentified but special memorials commemorate seven soldiers believed to be buried among them.

Plot Numbering
The number of the Plot is indicated by a Roman numeral following the entry,the Row by a capital letter and the Grave by a number. Thus I.D.2 indicates Plot 1 Row D Grave 2. Plot II = Plot 2, Plot III = Plot 3 etc.In the Registers of Cemeteries that are not divided into Plots the Row is indicated by a capital letter following the entry and the Grave by a number. Thus D.12 indicates Row D Grave 12.

Special Memorials to officers and men known or believed to be buried in the cemetery are indicated by the letters "Sp.Mem" following the entry, by a capital letter shewing the group and by a number shewing the position in the group. thus "Sp.Mem. B.2" indicates Special Memorial, Group B, Number 2.
In those cemeteries where there is only one group the capital letter is omitted.


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