WWI soldiers laid to rest after 96 years

Lieutenant

Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack

near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the

site in 2009. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South

London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy

attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet

ring bearing his initials. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, both Pritchard and Elphick were

re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony.

In this photo taken on Monday, April 22, 2013, amateur archeologist and historian Moise Dilly runs a metal detector over the area in which he located the bodies of two British World War I soldiers in 2009 in a field in Bullecourt, France. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lt. John Harold Pritchard and Pvt. Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
In this photo taken on Monday, April 22, 2013, amateur archeologist and historian Moise Dilly runs a metal detector over the area in which he located the bodies of two British World War I soldiers in 2009 in a field in Bullecourt, France. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lt. John Harold Pritchard and Pvt. Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
In this photo taken on Monday, April 22, 2013, amateur archeologist and historian Moise Dilly runs a metal detector over the area in which he located the bodies of two British World War I soldiers in 2009 in a field in Bullecourt, France. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lt. John Harold Pritchard and Pvt. Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Farmer Didier Guerle shows a rusted and deteriorated rifle and pickaxe which he found in a field in 2009 near the site of where he also located the bodies of two British World War One soldiers in Bullecourt, France on Monday April 22, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick will re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Farmer Didier Guerle shows a rusted and deteriorated rifle and pickaxe which he found in a field in 2009 near the site of where he also located the bodies of two British World War One soldiers in Bullecourt, France on Monday April 22, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick will re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Farmer Didier Guerle shows a rusted and deteriorated rifle and pickaxe which he found in a field in 2009 near the site of where he also located the bodies of two British World War One soldiers in Bullecourt, France on Monday April 22, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick will re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Farmer Didier Guerle shows the shell of a World War One gas bomb found in a field near the site of where he also located the bodies of two British World War One soldiers in Bullecourt, France on Monday April 22, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Farmer Didier Guerle shows the shell of a World War One gas bomb found in a field near the site of where he also located the bodies of two British World War One soldiers in Bullecourt, France on Monday April 22, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Farmer Didier Guerle shows the shell of a World War One gas bomb found in a field near the site of where he also located the bodies of two British World War One soldiers in Bullecourt, France on Monday April 22, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Farmer Didier Guerle shows World War One ammunition and other items that he has found in his fields in recent years near the site where he also located the bodies of two British World War One soldiers in Bullecourt, France on Monday April 22, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Farmer Didier Guerle shows World War One ammunition and other items that he has found in his fields in recent years near the site where he also located the bodies of two British World War One soldiers in Bullecourt, France on Monday April 22, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Farmer Didier Guerle shows World War One ammunition and other items that he has found in his fields in recent years near the site where he also located the bodies of two British World War One soldiers in Bullecourt, France on Monday April 22, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
In this photo taken on Monday, April 22, 2013, farmer Didier Guerle, center, writer Philippe Duhamel, right, and amateur archeologist and historian Moise Dilly, left, stand near a British flag which marks an area in a field in which they located the bodies of two British World War I soldiers in 2009 in Bullecourt, France. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lt. John Harold Pritchard and Pvt. Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
In this photo taken on Monday, April 22, 2013, farmer Didier Guerle, center, writer Philippe Duhamel, right, and amateur archeologist and historian Moise Dilly, left, stand near a British flag which marks an area in a field in which they located the bodies of two British World War I soldiers in 2009 in Bullecourt, France. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lt. John Harold Pritchard and Pvt. Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
In this photo taken on Monday, April 22, 2013, farmer Didier Guerle, center, writer Philippe Duhamel, right, and amateur archeologist and historian Moise Dilly, left, stand near a British flag which marks an area in a field in which they located the bodies of two British World War I soldiers in 2009 in Bullecourt, France. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lt. John Harold Pritchard and Pvt. Christopher Douglas Elphick will be re-interred with full military honors in the H.A.C Cemetery at Ecoust-St. Mein, France, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
The casket of World War One soldier Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard is carried during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. . Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
The casket of World War One soldier Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard is carried during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. . Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
The casket of World War One soldier Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard is carried during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. . Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
A man dressed as a World War One soldier watches as the casket of a World War One soldier is carried during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
A man dressed as a World War One soldier watches as the casket of a World War One soldier is carried during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
A man dressed as a World War One soldier watches as the casket of a World War One soldier is carried during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
The casket of a World War One soldier is carried during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
The casket of a World War One soldier is carried during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
The casket of a World War One soldier is carried during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
A poppy wreath and sword of Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard are handed to Prince Michael of Kent, center right, during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
A poppy wreath and sword of Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard are handed to Prince Michael of Kent, center right, during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
A poppy wreath and sword of Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard are handed to Prince Michael of Kent, center right, during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
A poppy wreath and sword of Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard are carried by a soldier during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. . Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
A poppy wreath and sword of Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard are carried by a soldier during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. . Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
A poppy wreath and sword of Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard are carried by a soldier during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. . Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Soldiers carry the casket of a World War One soldier during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Soldiers carry the casket of a World War One soldier during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Soldiers carry the casket of a World War One soldier during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Relatives of British World War One solider Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard sing together during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. At left is great niece Janet Shell and second right is great niece Jennifer Sutton. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Relatives of British World War One solider Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard sing together during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. At left is great niece Janet Shell and second right is great niece Jennifer Sutton. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Relatives of British World War One solider Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard sing together during a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. At left is great niece Janet Shell and second right is great niece Jennifer Sutton. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Relatives of British World War One solider Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard are seen in front of the soldiers headstone after a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Relatives of British World War One solider Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard are seen in front of the soldiers headstone after a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
Relatives of British World War One solider Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard are seen in front of the soldiers headstone after a ceremony at the H.A.C. cemetery in Ecoust-St-Mein, France on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Almost 100 years after they were killed in action, Lieutenant John Harold Pritchard and Private Christopher Douglas Elphick were re-interred with full military honors in a private ceremony. Lieutenant Pritchard was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a silver bracelet with his name engraved on it. Private Elphick was born in Dulwich, South London in 1889. He was killed in action on May 15, 1917 during an enemy attack near Bullecourt, France and his remains were found in a field near the site in 2009. His body was eventually identified by a signet ring bearing his initials. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

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