This cemetery is in Grange Road, 800 yards South of Plaistow railway station. It contains 244 burials of the 1914-1918 war; 97 are in the sailors and Soldiers plot, which is marked by a war cross and a stone Kerb Wall bearing the names. A Screen Wall memorial, close to the main drive, bears the names of those whose graves, elsewhere in the cemetery, are not marked by headstones. There are 132 Commonwealth burials of the 1939-1945 war here. Some of these buy ambien in india were casualties of the “Blitz” air raids and are buried in a collective grave alongside civillian casualties. The names of the war dead in this collective grave are recorded on a panel over the graves. A further 1939-1945 Screen Wall memorial bears the names of those whose graves, elsewhere in the cemetery, are not marked by headstones.
Photographs kindly taken by Lorna LEADBETTER (06343)
CauseAircraft hit high ground at three miles south of Gilfich Goch, Wales
InterredEast London Cemetery
Parish War MemorialCoastal Command WM
Role of HonorSt Eval BoR
Remembered On Memorial
Other MemorialRAF Memorial. East London Cem.
Place Of Birth
SpouseMary E WHEATLEY
Spouse ResidenceWilliton, Somerset
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Coastal Command War MemorialCoastal Command War Memorial - FaceRoyal Air Force Memorial London
Died on This Day: 25th Sep
1914 - STILLWELL William John 1915 - ATKINS Reinfred 1915 - BRAY Edwin 1915 - CAMPBELL Kenneth Grodon 1915 - CARVER Frank Maitland 1915 - GEAKE Lawrence Ching 1915 - GERMAN Theodore 1915 - HOCKING Samuel 1915 - INCH Harry 1915 - JOHNSTON Alexander Downing