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Ringmer: St Mary the Virgin Church Cricketers WW1 Plaque

Identifier: 17175 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

A First World War memorial to the fallen members of Ringmer cricket club, in St Mary the Virgin church.

Send, St Mary’s, R R Skene

Identifier: SHMEM_W_M_2366 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Addition to family gravestone

Sidcup Cemetery

Identifier: SHMEM_W_M_6222 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Seven First and 21 Second World War Commonwealth War Graves Commission burials.

Bells Hill Burial Ground, Curtis Memorial

Identifier: SHMEM_W_M_6212 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Gravestone

Kemmel No.1 French Cemetery, France

Identifier: SHMEM_W_M_6210 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

41 First World War Commonwealth War Graves Commission burials.

Edinburgh, Grange Cemetery

Identifier: SHMEM_W_M_6201 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

30 First and 10 Second World War Commonwealth War Graves Commission burials.

Savona Town Cemetery, Italy

Identifier: SHMEM_W_M_6200 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

From the Summer of 1917 until late 1918, the Mediterranean lines of communication for the British Salonika Force ran the length of Italy from Taranto in the south-east, to Turin in the north-west. ...

Leatherhead, SS. Mary and Nicholas, Yardley Memorial

Identifier: SHMEM_W_M_6198 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Addition to family gravestone.

Drummond Cemetery, Raillencourt, France

Identifier: SHMEM_W_M_6197 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Drummond Cemetery was made by the Canadian Corps in October 1918. The cemetery was named from Lieut. J R Drummond, R.A.F., who was the first to be buried in it. The cemetery contains 88 Commonwealt...

Chelsfield, St Martin of Tours, Asprey Memorial

Identifier: 41829 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Addition to grave. Gravestone shaped stone of remembrance placed within the family plot latin cross at the top centre of the headstone