George Spencer MILLS was Private 260167 in the 1st/8th Battalion of the Worcestershire Regiment. He died on the 23rd of October 1918 aged 32. He was the son of Mrs. Mills, of Hacheston, and the late Thomas Mills; he was also husband of Amy Lucy Mills, of Hacheston, Wickham Market, Suffolk.He was the last of the men listed on the Hacheston War Memorial to be killed. He is buried in Forest Communal Cemetery.
Forest (Nord) is a small village on the road (D932) from Le Cateau to Bavay about 3 kilometres from Montay halte. The Communal Cemetery is on the small road to Fontaine-au-Bois and Landrecies, almost on the outskirts of the east side of the village.
There are now over 100, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these, a small number are unidentified. All fell in October and November 1918, in the clearing of Forest and the surrounding country. They were buried by the 17th, 33rd and 38th (Welsh) Divisions. Thirteen German graves of October and November 1918, were later removed from the cemetery.
The following is a link to George's page on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website from where you can download George's Commemorative Certificate.
David Clough and Richard Ginn