victoria cross noble rifle brigade hero awarded recipient posthumous longuenesse souvenir war grave cemetery northern france saint omer world one ww1 cwgc commonwealth graves commission graves graveyard soldiers british empire gravestones cross memorial maintained conflict great british soldier corporal vc died young neuve chappelle gravestone serving
First World War grave for Acting Corporal C R Noble VC. (Longuenesse Souvenir CWG) Citation: "For most conspicuous bravery on the 12th March, 1915, at Neuve Chappelle. When his Battalion was impeded in the advance to the attack by wire entanglements, and subjected to a very severe machine-gun fire, CSM Daniels and Corporal Noble voluntarily rushed in front and succeeded in cutting the wires. They were both wounded at once, and Corporal Noble has since died of his wounds." (London Gazette, 28 April 1915)
Harold Lowe; Rhos-on-Sea; St. Trillo's Church; Titanic officer; cemetery; church; churchyard; grave; gravestone; gravestones; graveyard; lookout tower; poppies; religious; tombstones
St. Trillo's Church, Rhos-on-Sea, with the ancient lookout tower and magnificent graveyard in which Harold Lowe the 5th officer of the Titanic is buried and showing the memorial to John Jones of Dinarth Hall.