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Boughton, Dunkirk & Hernhill
War Memorials



Dunkirk Churchyard

In the Churchyard of the former Christchurch, Dunkirk there are five Commonwealth War Graves, four from the First World War, and one from the second. There are also the grave of Norman Bones, and a special memorial by the church door to Sydney Marsh. You can click on the name to go to the page for each man:

WILLIAM BAKER

Private

London Regiment

who died on 21 June 1917

NORMAN BONES


Private   

6th Btn Queen's

(Royal West Surrey Regiment)

Who died on 19 June 1919

REGINALD GRAINGER

Gunner

Royal Garrison Artillery

who died on 28 September 1915



THOMAS GRAINGER

Cook’s Mate

H.M.S. Weymouth, Royal Navy

Who died on 6 March 1919




ROBERT HEAD


Gunner

Royal Field Artillery

who died on 27 January 1921



HERBERT BROOKS

Private

The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

who died on 4 June 1942


SYDNEY MARSH

Private

10th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

Who died on 11 August 1918 and is buried in France

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