Nottingham General Cemetery
Nottinghamshire

Picture used with the permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Historical Information

Many of the 332 First World War burials in Nottingham General Cemetery were made from the Bagthorpe War Hospital and other war hospitals in the city. More than 100 of these graves form a war plot, with the names of the dead inscribed on an adjoining Screen Wall. There are also ten Second World War burials in the cemetery, and one Belgian grave.

17964 Corporal

James Gascoyne

9th Bn. Yorkshire Regiment

18th June 1917, aged 27.

 

Husband of Sarah Ann Gascoyne, of 33, Virginia St., Nottingham.

 

 

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