Belgian Soldiers death at Patricroft The funeral took place at Moston Cemetery on Friday of a Belgium soldier who was one of the wounded men of the Allied Forces to arrive in Eccles. Dieudonne Boulanger, 8th Regimente de Ligne and he was one of four Belgium soldiers who were entertained during their convalescence by Mr. & Mrs.T.H. Gardner J.P. of Ellesmere Park. After his recovery Boulanger received his discharge from the Belgium Army and obtained employment at Nassan Mill in Cawdor Street, Patricroft. He contracted enteric fever and died in the hospital of the Patricroft Board of Guardians. The Belgium Consul arranged the funeral, and the mourners included M. Gallé, the Belgium Consul in Manchester, Mr. John H. Billinge, chancellor to the Consulate and M. Wauters. A large number of wounded Belgium soldiers, who are recovering from their injuries in various parts of this country, including 24 from Summer Hill in Pendleton, attended the funeral.