My second visit to Brookwood Commonwealth war cemetery was to find the grave of J A Wilding who was the pilot of a Halifax Bomber that crashed near Wallingford killing him and his Copilot J F Andrews. This time I had a better look around and am still amazed at the number of graves there which a lot seem to be from the first war. These are some of the photo's I took.
The RAF memorial
RAF Emblem on the memorial top.
In the cemetery you can see Polish and Czechoslovakian graves.
The American with it's impressive chapel. Nearer the cemetery entrance you can see the memorial to those who have no known grave.
The grave of Sargent K.H.Vaughan with a family photo left beside it
Never knew the Chelsea pensioners were buried here but there is a plot for them as well
These four graves to
are close together and the date of
04/07/1944 on all the graves so I can only assume they all died in the same plane .