Eastern Ontario Regiment, Canadian Light Infantry (Princess Patricia) (Canadian Army)
Date Of Birth:
31/10/1917 (Died of Wounds)
Private James Davison was born on 3rd June 1887. He was the son of Andrew and Clara Davison, of Drumrot, Moneymore, County Londonderry who moved to Vancouver, British Columbia. James lived and worked in Calgary, Canada as a travelling salesman before his enlistment. He died on 31st October 1917 and is buried in Grave 8-B-20 at Nine Elms Cemetery, Belgium. He is commemorated on Moneymore War Memorial (Assembly Rooms) and First Presbyterian Roll of Honour, Moneymore.
Nine Elms British Cemetery is located west of Poperinge on the Helleketelweg, a road leading from the N33 Poperinge ring road. From Ieper follow the signs to Poperinge. At the traffic lights at the end of the expressway turn left onto the Poperinge ring road, the Europalaan. Follow the ring road to the roundabout and take the second exit. At the next roundabout take the second exit, follow the ring road and take the first turning on the left, the Helleketelweg. The cemetery is along here on the left.