Ballarat's Private Edwin T. Kerby describes his experience of a war cemetery:
- ... I had to attend at the Chatby Military Cemetery yesterday, and and all to the military burials. Some of the wounded die every day, and yesterday 3 were buried. The whole thins is very simple. A big deep trench is dug in the cemetery, and the coffins are laid in it side by side, and if necessary, on above another. A short sermon by the chaplain, and a short report to the next of kin, and it is over as far as here is concerned. The relatives are different; but such is war. ... 
Bailleul Cemetery, France.
Bologne Eastern Cemetery, France
Brandhoek Military Cemetery, Belgium
Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres
Pont-du-Hem Military Cemetery, France.
Poperinghe New Cemetery, Belgium
Railway Dugouts Burial Ground, Belgium
Ramscappelle Road Military Cemetery, Nieuport, Belgium
Souvenir Cemetery, Longuenesse (near St Omer)
Commonwealth War graves - http://www.cwgc.org/http://bih.federation.edu.au/index.php/Edwin_J._T._Kerby
- Ballarat Star, 5 August 1915.