Commonwealth War Graves

There are more than 300,000 Commonwealth War Graves in the UK, in more than 13,000 locations around the country. I have always been intrigued by them, and these posts aim to give a bit of an insight into the people behind the names engraved on the marble headstones,

Click on the links below, to discover more about the lives of the person:


Great War

Andrews, Private Herbert (Gloucestershire Regiment)

Ashford, Private Arthur (Dorsetshire Regiment)

Burnett, Private James (Devonshire Regiment)

Counsell, Private Stanley (Worcestershire Regiment)

Dummett, Guardsman Harold (Coldstream Guards)

Drew, Private Gilbert (Somerset Light Infantry)

Edwards, Private Harry (Royal Warwickshire Regiment)

Hallett, Private Roberts (Royal Warwickshire Regiment)

Hann, Private Edwin (South African Infantry)

Hartnell, Private Walter (Machine Gun Corps Infantry)

Hayes, Gunner Samuel (Royal Marine Artillery)

Moody, Private Thomas (North Somerset Yeomanry)

Pople, Stoker Frederick (Royal Navy)

Prout, Serjeant Richard (Somerset Light Infantry)

Rawle, Private Ernest (West Somerset Yeomanry)

Rawle, Private Stephen (West Somerset Yeomanry)

Rawle, Private William (Somerset Light Infantry)

Stodgell, Private Charles (Devonshire Regiment)

Stone, Private George (Royal Army Service Corps)

Symons, Private George (Somerset Light Infantry)

Watts, Gunner Samuel (Royal Garrison Artillery)

Wyatt, Private Quinton (South Staffordshire Regiment)


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