Tintagel Churchyard contains three burials from World War One. Boy Sailor Charles Henry Hancock and J. Tom's headstones are made from the locally sourced Delabole slate and Corporal Teague is buried in a family plot. Charles Henry Hancock was only 15 when he was killed. The Churchyard is located on the cliffs, close to Tintagel castle.
Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery, designed by Philip Hepworth, was the first new cemetery of the 1939-45 war to be completed in 1949. There are 948 burials in the cemetery, of which 187 are unidentified.
Flushing (Vlissingen) Northern Cemetery in the Netherlands contains 36 Commonwealth burials of the 1914-1918 war, 11 of which are unidentified. There are also 200 Commonwealth burials of the 1939-1945 war, 24 of which are unidentified. Cemetery Pictures © Johan Pauwels.
Colijnsplaat General Cemetery in the Netherlands contains the graves of Flight Sergeant John Parr Ion and one unknown burial. It also contains the graves of Navigator Ian Jacob Havelaar who was reburied in this cemetery on the 19th May 2017 and Abraham Van Gilst who was a forced labourer who died in 1945.
11 pictures added to Les Moëres Communal Cemetery in France, courtesy of Werner Van Caneghem.
Picture of Flight Lieutenant Victor George Brewis who is one of 4 Airmen who are buried in Hoorn General Cemetery.
St. Enodoc Churchyard in Cornwall contains two British War Graves, including that of an unidentified seaman of the "Armenian." from the 1914-18 war and 1 burial of the 1939-45 war.
The Poet-Laureate Sir John Betjaman is also buried in the Churchyard.
Pictures of Barsingerhorn (Kolhorn) General Cemetery in the Netherlands, courtesy of Frits Leenders. There are seven World War Two Airmen commemorated here, all killed on the 30th January 1944.
Schoondijke General Cemetery contains One New Zealand Airman (George James Roney), killed 6th October 1944, aged 22.
Six of the seven members of the crew killed at Cugny 9th August 1944 and buried at Cugny Communal Cemetery. (Courtesy of John Grady)