Private Robert Lyall, Army Service Corps, Attached 74th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. He died of wounds on 20th August 1918 aged 30. He was the brother of William Lyall and died about 3 weeks after his brother. He is buried in Ligny-St-Flochel British Cemetery, Averdoingt, France. The Siege Batteries used heavy howitzers to destroy enemy trenches and gun emplacements with their plunging fire. His Headstone is inscribed ” He Died That We Might Live. Ever Remembered By Father And Mother”.