Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Edward William Graham

In memory of
Second Lieutenant
Edward William Graham
January 3, 1919

Military Service:

Air Force
Royal Air Force
56th Squadron

Additional Information:

Commemorated on Page 596 of the First World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page.

Burial Information:

Grave Reference:
III. B. I.
Caudry is a large village 10 kilometres east of Cambrai on the south side of the main road to Le Cateau. From the Cambrai-Le Cateau road (the N 43) take the dual carriageway into Caudry town. Follow this road for 1100 metres to a traffic light controlled junction. Turn left and follow this road for approximately 225 metres to a small road on the right (the first CWGC sign is at this junction). The Caudry British Cemetery lies on the left side of the road after travelling 100 metres.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Digital Collection

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  • Newspaper Clipping – In memory of the men and women memorialized on the pages of the Winnipeg Evening Tribune during World War One. Submitted for the project, Operation: Picture Me
  • Grave Marker – This is his grave in Cambrai France. As you can see from the marker, my paternal brother's name was Eward William Graham.
  • Photo of Edward William Graham – This man's name was William Ewart Graham.  He was born in Port Arthur, Ontario, on April 4, 1896.  He went by his middle name, Ewart. He died in a training flight accident in France.  The back of the photo has this caption:This is too solemn - barely as tall as he is - He is much too old. 14655 - WEG
  • Photo 2 of Edward William Graham – This is Eward in 1917, possibly in Port Arthur before he went overseas.
  • Memorial Plaque

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