Arthur Luspin was born at Furfooz, Namur on 14 September 1890
Arthur was an officer of the reserve at the time of the outbreak of war.
Luit. Luspin was mobilised on 1 August 1914 and he saw action at the Battle of Halen on 12 August, and the Battle of the Yser before settling into the static warfare on the Yser front from the winter of 1914 through to 1916.
Arthur was killed in action after being fatally shot through the mouth, possibly by a German sniper, near Steenstraat, Flanders on 26 April 1916.
He was buried in the Belgian Military Cemetery at Hoogstade.
26 April 1916 killed in action.
Research by David O'Mara
Geschiedenis der Regimenten: Zwarte Duivels (Karabiniers-Wielrijders)
Belgian War Dead Register : ( http://www.wardeadregister.be/de/belgian-war-dead-datenbank )
Belgian War Graves (CD-ROM) : Patrick de Wolf
WW1 Cemeteries: A photographic guide to over 4000 Military Cemeteries and Memorials of the Great War