On the way we dropped in to the Canadian Cemetery at Adagem, where one of our party (David), knew of a grave of his Wife's great Uncle,John Reeves who died shortly after D-Day, in September 44. He was a Marine from 48 Commando and was 28 years of age There are approximately 1000 graves here and although the vast majority are Canadians, other nationalities are there from Polish, French and British.
The central monument with another wreath, laid on behalf of the Club The grave yard is very well maintained and the Canadian Maple trees made it all the more poignant. a very moving experience for me.
Here is the specific grave we came to lay a wreath at
David at John Reeves Grave