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Heath Lane Cemetery

 

First World War

 

The cemetery contains sixteen graves:

J. Buckley

Ernest Henry Haswell Burke

Robert William Coxhill

Sydney Richard Elworthy

Henry George

Sidney Russell George

Helen Charlotte Harrold

Harry Ronald Hiscock

G.F. King

Stanley Watkins Lockyer

Edward Manning Oldring

William Simons

John Thomas Spurr

Herbert Sykes

E. or F. Wheeler

Charles Edgar Wykes

There is also one soldier who is buried elsewhere but mentioned on a family memorial in the cemetery:

Frederick Saunders

 

Second World War

 

The cemetery contains twenty graves:

Arthur George Aylott

David James Bates

Ronald Arthur Bentley

Stanley Reginald Chapman

Cyril Clement

Walter William Glover

Thomas Ernest Gurney

Goulder George Hamilton

Maurice James Hammond

John Edward Lane

Alfred Ronald Ling

Gilbert Kenneth Parsons

Frank William Pratt

John Reid

John Henry Riddle

Ronald Stephen Robbins

Ronald John Savage

Kenneth Edmund Selden

Lewis William Stubbington

John Christopher Taylor

There is also one soldier who is buried elsewhere but mentioned on a family memorial in the cemetery:

Frederick George Badcock

 

Other Conflicts

One grave, for Robert Ian Wallace-Bateman is possibly the result of military service but it has not yet been possible to find any information.

(Photo: Richard Grayson: 15th September 2014.)

Michael Percy Wareham DFC saw service during the Second World War in the RAF.  He died in a flying accident on 16th November 1949.

(Photo: Richard Grayson: 30th September 2010.)

 

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