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Spencer Leslie March-Phillipps

In memory of:

Second Lieutenant Spencer Leslie March-Phillipps

November 20, 1917

Military Service




Tank Corps


A Bn.

Additional Information

Commemorated on Page 579 of the First World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page. Download high resolution copy of this page.

Burial Information


Nord, France

Grave Reference:

Panel 13.


The Memorial stands on a terrace in Louverval Military Cemetery, which is situated on the north side of the N30, south of Louverval village. The small village of Louverval is on the north side of the road from Bapaume to Cambrai (N30), 13 kilometres north-east of Bapaume and 16 kilometres south-west of Cambrai. There are CWGC signposts on the N30 to give advance warning of arrival at the Cemetery. Parts of Rows B and C of the cemetery were made between April and December 1917 and in 1927, graves were brought in from Louverval Chateau Cemetery, which had been begun by German troops in March 1918 and used by Commonwealth forces in September and October 1918. The cemetery now contains 124 First World War burials.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

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  • Newspaper clipping– From the Daily Colonist of January 15, 1918. Image taken from web address of . Note that Second Lieutenant March-Phillipps' regimental number while serving in the C.E.F. was 107471.

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