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Commonwealth War Graves

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) ensures that 1.7 million people who died in the two world wars will never be forgotten. The CWGC cares for cemeteries and memorials at 23,000 locations, in 154 countries. Our values and aims, laid out in 1917, are as relevant now as they were almost 100 years ago. There are 43 CWGs in the old cemetery, 22 of these are named on the Folkestone War Memorial. 95 names mentioned on the Folkestone War Memorial are either buried in family graves in the old cemetery or commemorated in the old cemetery and buried elsewhere. There are 3 Canadian CWGs in the old cemetery 1 of which is named on the Folkestone War Memorial. There are 25 Canadians mentioned on the Folkestone War Memorial, 5 of these Canadians are buried in the old cemetery (1 CWG and 4 mentioned on family graves).

43 CWG’s in the old Folkestone Cemetery

 

Ames, A.R, Barron, L Blackford, H Campbell, J.E Champion, A Cocks, T.F Cullen, J.A Curtis, A.R Ellender, R.H Ellis. A.V Finn, F.W Goff, R.W Grace, W.G Harris, W.J Haydon, T Hayde, G.W.C Holliday, T Jordon, R Kingsbury, J.H Mant, W.J.J Marshall, F Millen, L.F Milton, H.T Mochrie, J Noyes, C.H.C Ollivant, A.H Oxford, C.J Page, W.H Parks, G.C.C Paterson, W.E.W Robus, F.J Sackree, A Sackville-West, K.F Shipp, H Solomon, R Standing, G.T Steels, T.E.J Taylor, F.J Tiddy, J Tull, W.S.P Upton, W.G Welsh, F.A.M  Wraight, L.C

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Commonwealth War Graves

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission  (CWGC) ensures that 1.7 million people who died in the two world wars will never be forgotten. The CWGC cares for cemeteries and memorials at 23,000 locations, in 154 countries. Our values and aims, laid out in 1917, are as relevant now as they were almost 100 years ago. There are 43 CWGs in the old cemetery, 22 of these are named on the Folkestone War Memorial. 95 names mentioned on the Folkestone War Memorial are either buried in family graves in the old cemetery or commemorated in the old cemetery and buried elsewhere. There are 3 Canadian CWGs in the old cemetery 1 of which is named on the Folkestone War Memorial. There are 25 Canadians mentioned on the Folkestone War Memorial, 5 of these Canadians are buried in the old cemetery (1 CWG and 4 mentioned on family graves).

43 CWG’s in the old Folkestone Cemetery

 

Ames, A.R, Barron, L Blackford, H Campbell, J.E Champion, A Cocks, T.F Cullen, J.A Curtis, A.R Ellender, R.H Ellis. A.V Finn, F.W Goff, R.W Grace, W.G Harris, W.J Haydon, T Hayde, G.W.C Holliday, T Jordon, R Kingsbury, J.H Mant, W.J.J Marshall, F Millen, L.F Milton, H.T Mochrie, J Noyes, C.H.C Ollivant, A.H Oxford, C.J Page, W.H Parks, G.C.C Paterson, W.E.W Robus, F.J Sackree, A Sackville-West, K.F Shipp, H Solomon, R Standing, G.T Steels, T.E.J Taylor, F.J Tiddy, J Tull, W.S.P Upton, W.G Welsh, F.A.M  Wraight, L.C

A | B | C | E | F | G | H | J | K | M | N | O | P | R | S | T | U | W 

Click on initial letter (^above^) to go directly to CWG’s you wish to view
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