EDMONTON CEMETERY, MIDDLESEX

Country United Kingdom
Region Middlesex
Total identified casualties 325 Find these records
Casualties from First & Second World War
GPS Coordinates Latitude: 51.6296
Longitude: -0.07988

History Information

Edmonton Cemetery contains burials of both wars. Most of the First World War graves are of servicemen who died in the North Middlesex Hospital, then the Edmonton Military Hospital. Nearly all are buried in the war plot behind the chapel. A small number of the Second World War burials form a separate plot, in the corner of which stands a small stone memorial commemorating six men whose graves could not be marked by headstones. The cemetery also contains a screen wall bearing the names of 39 casualties buried in Tottenham Park Cemetery whose graves could no longer be maintained. In all, 167 First World War and 156 Second World War casualties are now commemorated in this cemetery.

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