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Lossiemouth Cemetery Table Of Graves

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Lossiemouth Cemetery

Cemetery name: Lossiemouth Cemetery

Address: Inchbroom Road Lossiemouth, Moray, IV31 Scotland

Lossiemouth Burial Ground is a large cemetery located in a wooded area to the south of Lossiemouth, which is five miles north of Elgin. The entrance to the cemetery is on the B9103 Inchbroom Road.

Visiting Information There is a car park in the cemetery. History Information There was a Royal Air Force Station at Lossiemouth and when war broke out in 1939 there was already an Air Force plot in the burial ground. This was used for the majority of the service war burials, and only 23 are elsewhere in the cemetery. This plot lies to the right of the main entrance; the Cross of Sacrifice stands at the summit of a slope facing the graves. The Commission maintains 11 Commonwealth burials of the 1914-18 war, 110 of the 1939-45 war (of which 6 are unidentified seamen of the Merchant Navy, 8 are German Airmen and 1 is Polish) and 67 non-war graves (mostly Royal Navy burials post-1947 on behalf of the Ministry of Defence).


Lossiemouth Cemetery

Photograph Name Transcription
Alexander Lindsay Cameron 902597 Sergeant A. L. Cameron Wireless Operator/ Air Gunner Royal Air Force 19th September 1940 Aged 23 IN LOVING MEMORY. DEARLY LOVED ONLY SON OF ALEX. AND BERTHA CAMERON HESWALL, CHESHIRE.
Arthur Frederick C Carson Pilot Officer A. F. C. Carson Pilot Royal Air Force 16th September 1940 age 19 TO THEE, MY COUNTRY.... THE DEAREST AND THE BEST
Alfred Dandridge 900593 Sergeant A.C. Dandridge. Wireless Operator/ Air Gunner Royal Air Force 19th September 1940 aged 25
Alan Fleming Davidson 1550371 Sergeant A.F. Davidson, Bomb Aimer Royal Air Force, 4th April 1943 aged 21AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING WE WILL REMEMBER HIM
Allan Joseph Grigg 427901 Flight Sergeant A. J. Grigg. Royal Australian Air Force 22 July 1944 Aged 32 It Is Brave To Die For One's Native Land
John Flett, Mary McIntosh,Andrew Flett, Joseph M Flett, Isabella Flett Sacred to the Memory of John Flett who died 20th March 1948 aged 81 years, Beloved Husband of Mary McIntosh. Also their two children who died in infancy. And of the said Mary McIntosh Who died 18th January 1951 aged 82 Years. Andrew Flett Who was lost off S.S. Lisbon Maru, while a Prisoner of War in the Far East on 2nd October 1942 aged 44 years. Beloved Husband of Isabella Murray. Also their son Joseph M Flett who dies 14th October 1939 aged 16 years, And the said Isabella Flett who died 23rd July 1996 aged 98 years. Thy Will Be Done. Until The Day Dawn
Alexander Lobban 2927665 L.Cpl A Lobban Royal Engineers 23rd June 1940 Aged 29, Remembered Always
Adam Main Leading Deck Hand RNR 3211/B HMS" Vivid" 22nd October 1917 Aged 41
Anthony Arthur Pardoe 2220654 Sergeant A.A. Pardoe Wireless Operator/ Air Gunner, Royal Air Force. 27th February 1945 Age 20 At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember thee, Tony
Basil Read Flying Officer B.A. Read DFC Pilot Royal Air Force 10th January 1945 Age 23 An Old Monovian Of Walthamstow, London, A Brave Pilot, We Salute His Memory
Alexander Reid A Reid Engineer. RNR 3693/ES H.M. Drifter Northesk II 2nd November 1916 Aged 23 Son of George Reid Fondly Remembered
Alexander Simpson A Simpson Deck Hand RNR 5635/DA HMS "Attentive II" 28th October 1918 Age 42 Ever Remembered also his beloved wife Maggie Jane Hall Died 23rd December 1959 Aged 82

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