|File Number||WG 1831/21 |
|Title||COMMISSION MEETING NO.79 |
|Description||Removal of Ploegsteert Wood Cemetery; proposal to give details of total British Empire losses on memorials in UK; proposal to cut gardeners' wages; finance committee business; discussion of differing policies of participating government on whether post-war deaths from war-time causes should count as war graves; proposal to issue cemetery registers free to public libraries; refusal of permission for widows to have their names added to headstones on war graves when they died; grant of grave plots in Terton Cemetery, Bath; authority to place contracts for construction of further cemeteries; authority to provide motor lawn mowers; authority to place contract for construction of St. Germain au Mont d'Or cemetery; authority to construct Hermonville Cemetery by direct labour; discussion of design of memorial to missing at Nieuport, by W. Binnie; appointment of committee to consider commemoration of soldiers lost at sea; concentration of graves in Poland; proposals for treatment of British and Indian graves in Mosul Cemetery; misalignment of steps at Etaples cemetery, and correspondence with Sir E. Lutyens; new member for Anglo-Palestine Committee; modifications to and approval of design for mosaic in chapel at Jerusalem cemetery by R. Anning Bell, provided by New Zealand; staff appointments; publication and sales of cemetery registers; difficulties in acquiring site for Pozières memorial to missing. |
|Date||4/6/1925 - 2/12/1925|
|ArchNote||Please note that the downloadable document is the final version of the Committee Meeting minutes. Additional information, including the verbatim minutes and subsidiary reports, may be available in the physical file.|
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|DS/UK/5||Lutyens; Sir; Edwin Landseer (1869-1944); architect||1869-1944|
|DS/UK/24||Binnie; William Bryce (1886-1963); Major; architect||1886-1963|