National Field of Honour
1 Once at the cemetery, make your way to the section in which the veteran is located.
2 Along the road, there will be a stone marker with the section letters engraved in red.
3 Next to the stone marker will be a tombstone. The name on this tombstone is given by the map.
4 The map will also give you 2 numbers that indicate the veterans position relative to the tombstone identified in step 3.
a -First, the number of rows (horizontal) to cross
b -Second, the number of columns (vertical) to cross
Veteran: Léo Major
Marker Stone: Franz F. Laizner
In this example:
1 You would go to the back of the cemetary where section PC is.
2 Once there, along the edge of the road, you will find a stone with the letters PC engraved in red.
3 Next to it will be the tombstone belonging to Franz F. Laizner.
4 From there, count 29 tombstones down the row.
5 Then, count 6 tombstones up, towards the Water Garden.