A Memorial to the British soldiers who were killed during the liberation of Lingevres.
The memorial is located on the D187 1.5 km north of Lingèvres.
4th/7th ROYAL DRAGOON GUARDS
14th June 1944
Remembering the British Soldiers
who were killed near here during the
2/Lt C Robertson, Sgt C Fry MM.
Sgt J Watson, L/Cpl D Hickey,
Tprs J Busbridge, W Dunn, R Edmed, D Thomasson, J Wood.
Quis Separabit The Creully Club
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