Isaac's Regimental number is in the left hand column.
Along with a soldier's rank and regiment, this is
very helpful when tracing someone. If you are tracing
an ancestor who died in either of the two World Wars,
you can search the 'Debt of Honour Register' on the
Commonwealth War Graves
Isaac's body was left in a mass grave
until 1926, when his body was identified and reburied
at Bailleul Road East Cemetery, St. Laurent-Blangy,
Pas de Calais, France.
On Isaac's tombstone (see right), the badge of the King's Own Royal Lancashire Regiment is engraved, along with the star of David in accordance with the Hebrew
Beneath are engraved the words 'Artist and Poet'.