Following his death, Henry Nicholas was buried in the French cemetery at Beaudignies. However, as the battalion wished to show greater respect, his body was exhumed and reinterred, with full military honours, in the Vertigneul churchyard in northern France.
Along with other surviving veterans of the Western Front, Curly Blyth was made a chevalier de la Légion d'honneur by France in 1998, and a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit three years later 'for services to war veterans and the community'.
This map of Le Quesnoy shows the front line immediately before the attack that liberated the town and the objective lines for the attack. H. Stewart, The New Zealand Division 1916–1919, Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland, 1921