Plymouth – Ford Park Cemetery Part Three

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The grave of Captain Andrew Henry, Royal Garrison Artillery, who won the Victoria Cross defending his guns at the Battle of Inkerman in the Crimea in November 1854, and who died in Plymouth in 1870.

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And that is that.  A look, hardly comprehensive, I admit, but the best I could do in the time available, around the military graves in these three Plymouth cemeteries.  If you ever get the chance to visit, particularly if you happen to get a day as glorious as the one I chose, I urge you to do so.  They really are the most fascinating places to explore.

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