In April and May, 1918, the French troops taking part in the Battles of the Lys buried 99 French and four British officers and men in Plot I, on the South-East side of the cemetery; but these graves were removed after the Armistice. Plot II was made by British units in July and August, 1918. In Plot III were buried 84 American soldiers who fell between the end of July and the beginning of September, 1918, but these graves too were removed after the Armistice. The graves now in Plot I are those of the four British soldiers who were buried among the French and those of 25 British soldiers who were originally buried in April-August, 1918 in a French Extension of Boeschepe Churchyard (about 3 kilometres South-East of Abeele, in the French Department of the Nord). There are now over 100, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. The Cemetery covers an area of 864 square metres and is enclosed by a stone wall.
Burials (Commonwealth War Graves Commission: