The Scottish architect was born in 1891. He was appointed Assistant Architect in France, Belgium and Germany, working under Sir Herbert Baker, Sir Reginald Blomfield and Sir Edwin Lutyens. He designed 67 cemeteries including Marzargues Indian Cemetery, Longueval, Fricourt and the Memorial at Arques-la-Bataille British Cemetery. He also assisted Sir Robert Lorimer on cemeteries in Germany. He later worked for the Public Works Department in Kenya on the recommendation of Sir Herbert Baker, supervising the erection of government buildings.

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Arques-la-Bataille British Cemetery

The cemetery contains the graves of nearly 400 servicemen of the First World War, many of which were members of the South African Native Labour Corps (SANLC).