St. Symphorien Cemetery, Hainaut, Belgium was established by the German Army as a final resting place for British and German soldiers killed at the Battle of Mons, August 1914. Among those buried here are:
- John Parr, Middlesex Regiment thought to be the first British soldier killed in action on the Western Front
- George Ellison, Royal Irish Lancers, thought to be the last British casualty
- George Price, Canadian Infantry thought to be the last Commonwealth casualty, both killed in action 11 November 1918.
There are 229 Commonwealth and 284 German burials.
St. Symphorien Cemetery