KINLOSS ABBEY BURIAL GROUND
|Total identified casualties||73 Find these records|
|Casualties from||First & Second World War|
Kinloss Abbey Burial Ground is at the south-west end of Kinloss. The entrance to the site is off the B9089. The site contains the ruins of an ancient abbey, founded by David I in 1150 or 1151, which can be seen from the main road.
There was a Royal Air Force Training Station at Kinloss aerodrome during the 1939-1945 War. During the early part of the 1939-1945 War a special plot was set aside for service war burials, and all but three of the war graves are in this plot. Elsewhere in the burial ground there is one 1914-1918 War grave. A Cross of Sacrifice is erected at the far end of the plot overlooking the graves.