NEWQUAY NEW CEMETERY

Country United Kingdom
Region Cornwall
Total identified casualties 12 Find these records
Casualties from First World War
GPS Coordinates Latitude: 50.41305
Longitude: -5.09181

Location Information

This cemetery, on Crantock Street, was opened in 1896, and belongs to the Urban District Council.


History Information

The 12 Commonwealth burials of the 1914-18 war in this cemetery include those of the 5 men from the S.S. "War Grange", torpedoed in the Bristol Channel on 15 May 1918. There are also 2 unidentified Portuguese seamen of the S.S. Brava, torpedoed on 5th September, 1918.

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Number of casualties: 1

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Number of casualties: 5

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Number of casualties: 2