Lt. Marshall-Cornwall was commanding a tank when he was shot by a sniper and buried, where he fell, in an orchard near Cahagnes.
After the war, the landowner presented the site of the grave to the casualty's father, who in turn, requested that the grave remain undisturbed. The grave is marked by a Commission headstone, with a privately erected memorial standing nearby.
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