Sidney Charles Davey

Informations sur naissance

Date de naissance:
Lieu de naissance:
Barnham, Thetford, Norfolk, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni

Informations générales


Informations service militaire

Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
Force armée:
Canadian Expeditionary Force
Numéro de service:
Incorporation date:
Incorporation nom de lieu:
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
 —  Canadian Infantry, 46th Bn. (South Saskatchewan)  (Dernière unité connue)

Informations sur décès

Date de décès:
Lieu de décès:
No. 44 Casualty Clearing Station, Nine Elms, Poperinge, Belgique
Cause du décès:
Died of wounds (D.O.W.)


Nine Elms British Cemetery
Parcelle: VII
Rangée: E
Tombe: 2

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Points d'intérêt 3

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Mon histoire

Sgt. Sidney Charles Davey was part of the 46th Battalion Canadian Infantry, 10th Canadian Brigade, 4th Canadian Division. On 26 October he took part in the Second Battle of Passchendaele (Third Battle of Ypres – Battle of Passchendaele). The 10th Canadian Brigade attacked with the 46th Battalion Canadian Infantry north of the Ypres Roulers Railway. The jumping off line was situated in the line Heine House, Hillside Farm and Ypres Roulers Railway. They consolidated most of their objective under heave enemy shelling, including mopping up Decline Copse. The 46th battalion was eventually driven back due to German counter attacks and established a new frontline closer to their jumping off line. Of the 420 men of the 46th Battalion who were on the start line at zero hour, around 70% became casualties. Sidney Charles Davey was wounded during this attack, a shrapnel wound to the head and gunshot wound in arm, and taken back to No. 4 Casualty Clearing Station where he succumb to his wounds two days later. He was buried at Nine Elms British Cemetery where he is still remembered today.

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