Plymouth – Ford Park Cemetery Part One

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Ford Park Cemetery (formerly known as Pennycomequick or Plymouth Old Cemetery), is the third of the three vast cemeteries we are visiting in Plymouth, and contains 752 burials of the First World War, more than 200 of them in a naval plot, with the rest scattered throughout the cemetery grounds.  There are also 198 Second World War burials scattered across the cemetery.

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Which is where we shall end Part One.  A place this size requires more than one post.

Ford Park Cemetery Part Two

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