|no.||family surname||full name||birth|
|26||Dorey||H R Dorey||1897||21||1918||id: CPPDorey||372160||1083||Royal Army Service Corps No T/39844|
|27||Doucet||A Doucet||1918||id: CPPDoucet||372156||1081||22nd Btn Canadian Infantry No 417209|
|28||Duke||James Duke||1891||27||1918||id: CPPDuke||372097||1070||Machine Gun Corps No 99323|
|29||Edmonds||H W Edmonds||1918||id: CPPEdmonds||372109||1075||Royal Field Artillery No 51845|
|30||England||W A England||1918||id: CPPEngland||372093||1078||Canadian Army Service Corps No 1847|
|31||Enright||E Enright||1890||28||1918||id: CPPEnright||372112||1080||Canadian Garrison Artillery No 339618|
|32||Evans||B S Evans||1873||46||1919||id: CPPEvansBS||372133||1086||1||Captain Bertram Sutton Evans RN, died of influenza in Paris, en route to take up command of HMS Europa at Mudros Basin, on the island of Lemnos. The son of Henry James Evans, an assistant master of Charterhouse school, Godalming, Bertram was born in Godalming on 17 December 1972. He was the brother of Lt Col Llewelyn Evans MC DSO RE.|
|33||Ferguson||A Ferguson||1887||31||1918||id: CPPFerguson||372116||1080||Royal Army Service Corps No M2/021404|
|34||Fletcher||C H Fletcher||1898||21||1919||id: CPPFletcherCH||372134||1074||Royal Engineers No WR/31411|
|35||Fortin||P Fortin||1918||id: CPPFortinP||372103||1084||8th Btn Canadian Infantry No 258389|
|36||Gallagher||G H Gallagher||1919||id: CPPGallagherGH||372122||1091||Royal Engineers No WR/501389|
|37||Gilmour||H Gilmour||1886||28||1914||id: CPPGilmour||372139||1078||Royal Scots Greys No 5832|
|38||Glendinning||W J Glendinning||1918||id: CPPGlendinning||372157||1080||Canadian Field Artillery No 679043|
|39||Green||D F E J Green||1883||35||1918||id: CPPGreenDF||372148||1072||Northumberland Fusiliers|
|40||Greenwood||C M Greenwood||1918||id: CPPGreenwood||372082||1074||1||Royal Army Service Corps No CMT/3758|
|41||Hamilton||F W D Hamilton||1919||id: CPPHamiltonFWD||372073||1081||Duke of Wellington's Attd. Directorate of Ship Affairs|
|42||Hansen||C F Hansen||1895||23||1918||id: CPPHansenCF||372081||1085||Australian Engineers No 3042|
|43||Heath||H E Heath||1893||25||1918||id: CPPHeathHE||372113||1116||RAF No 2463|
|44||Henderson||W Henderson||1883||35||1918||id: CPPHendersonW||372152||1072||Royal Engineers|
|45||Henson||L Henson||1889||25||1914||id: CPPHensonL||372141||1075||Coldstream Guards No 7290|
|46||Herman||G H V Herman||1888||31||1919||id: CPPHerman||372130||1078||24th Btn Australian Infantry No 6833/A|
|47||Hitt||W E Hitt||1918||id: CPPHitt||372089||1076||Military Police Corps No P/15918|
|48||Hodges||J V Hodges||1891||23||1914||id: CPPHodgesJV||372137||1072||1||6th Dragoon Guards No D/6256|
|49||Holton||F Holton||1882||36||1918||id: CPPHolton||372106||1086||Royal Engineers No 153874|
|50||Jones||A W Jones||1887||32||1919||id: CPPJonesAW||372074||1098||Royal Army Service Corps No MI/6621|
Grave Monument Photographs
Above are the names that appear on the photographs or records held by the GPR for Pantin (section 6) Cemetery, Pantin, Seine St Denis, France.
If you would like to obtain a free copy of any of the photographs for the names listed on this page just click either the GPR reference number or one of the full names. For further information please visit our how to request an image page.
To see details of other people with the same surname, just click on the surname that is of interest.
The ages given on monuments are often incorrect and so dates of birth should be consided as probable rather than actual. Please also note that all ages and dates of birth in red have been calculated and are not on the monument.
There are two types of lists available for each cemetery. The grave order list displays details of all the names shown on each monument. The alphabetic name list displays details of all the names mentioned on monuments within the cemetery.
The view statistics shown above are from when the cemetery was added on 25 January 2014.