TOTTENHAM CEMETERY

 

 

Middlesex

 

 

Pictures used with the permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Visiting Information

A Visitor Information Panel has recently been installed at Tottenham Cemetery to provide information about the war casualties buried here. This is one of many panels being erected to help raise awareness of First and Second World War graves in the UK (Oct 2013)



Historical Information

Tottenham Cemetery contains burials of both wars. Most of the 291 First World War graves are in a plot on the western side of the cemetery, backed by a Screen Wall bearing the names of those buried both there and elsewhere in the cemetery, whose graves could not be individually marked.

There are 211 burials of the Second World War, mostly scattered, but 30 graves form a small plot facing the First World War plot. Again, some graves could not be individually marked and these casualties are commemorated on supplementary panels to the Screen Wall.

 

 

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