The crossroads on the trench map referred to as Windy Corner. This is very close to where Private Duckett was killed.
Cathy Schmidt from Beaver County Alberta at the grave of her Great Uncle Private William Thomas Duckett. He served in the British Army with the Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex) Regiment 17th Battalion. He was killed on August 12th 1917 at a crossroads indicated on a trench map called Windy Corner near Cuinchy France. The picture above shows the crossroads. He is buried at Gorre British and Indian cemetery near the town of Bethune. There are 938 Commonwealth soldiers buried here.