Verviers Communal Cemetery  

History Information (Source: CWGC)

Verviers Communal Cemetery contains four Commonwealth burials of the First World War.  One of the graves to three casualties is in the Belgian Military Plot at the top of the hill whilst the other is in a private family vault (Famille Troupin) in Plot P, Chemin N° 9.

From the main entrance walk along the main path to the second path on the right. Follow this path uphill to the roundabout. Go across the roundabout and take the path straight ahead. On entering the path there is another path to the right and the family vault is along here on the left. For the other grave return to the uphill to the T junction where there is a set of steps that takes you up to the Military Plot. The headstone to the three casualties is behind the war memorial.

Private Memorial

TROUPIN, Marcel - N° DM2/195545

Private, 6th M.T. Coy. Army Service Corps

Born at Dison. Son of Mr. J. P. L. Troupin, of 18, Rue de Franchimontois, Andrimont, Belgium.

 

Served with

  • United Kingdom (4)

Served in

  • Army (4)