All Saints Church and Churchyard
Located in Newton on Ouse.
The churchyard, which is the focus of this free-space page, has a number of war graves. Until the establishment of the Regional Cemetery at Harrogate in 1943, All Saints Churchyard was used for the burial of air casualties from the nearby R.A.F. Station at Linton-on-Ouse. This station became one of the main Canadian operational bases of No. 6 (R.C.A.F.) Bomber Group. For details of the war graves, visit the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.
The website for All Saints has information on the history of the church itself and the patronage of the church. There is a page on the churchyard, but no online information on the interments. Visitors to the church can borrow a list and map to locate a particular burial.
- For a short video showing the church and churchyard, see this YouTube clip
- For the official church website for All Saints see All Saints Newton on Ouse on Weebly