|Remembering The Dead Of World War 1.||
Boulogne Eastern Cemetery,
Son of Mary Ann & the late Eustace Stevens of Great Wolford, Shipston-on-Stour, Worcestershire, UK. Born at Bleddington, Worcester. He is also commemorated on the Bleddington War Memorial. Formerly a Lance Corporal with the Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment & The Gloucestershire Regiment, Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant 'for service in the field'.
On 25th August 2015, his citation for the award of the Military Cross was published in The London Gazette: Second Lieutenant Arthur Eustace Stevens, 2nd Battalion, The Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment), attached 1st Battalion, The Hampshire Regiment. For conspicuous gallantry in the operations south of Pilkem, on 6th July 1915, when in charge of the Grenadier platoon of the Hampshire Regiment, he led his men with the greatest courage, was the first man into the German trenches, and used his grenades with deadly effect until he was wounded.
Stone Inscription :- "To Memory Ever Daer".