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Oshogbo, in the Oyo Province of the Western Region, lies approximately 113 kilometres north-east of Ibadan. The cemetery is situated on the main road to Ikirun about 2 kilometres from Oshogbo railway station. Oshogbo became a military centre during the war and one section of the cemetery was used for war burials.
In addition to 1 Commonwealth burial of the 1914-1918 war, the cemetery contains 45 Commonwealth burials of the 1939-1945 war and one post-war grave - that of a civilian belonging to the Colonial Development Corporation. There are also 2 Polish Foreign National burials.
The war graves are located in the central section of the cemetery, and are on either side of a path leading from the middle entrance gate on the southern side; the war graves are marked by Commission headstones, while that of the civilian is privately marked.
Wheelchair access possible via main entrance.
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This cemetery contains one burial of the First World War and 47 burials of the Second World War.