Watford Cemetery, Somerset
- Last Updated: Thursday, 16 July 2015 16:01
Watford military cemetery contains memorials to soldiers and their families from 1853-1899. Here the Queen's Regiment honoured their comrades, who died of yellow fever in the 1864 epidemic. This cemetery became the final resting place of four Grenadier guardsmen who died when the 2nd Battalion was stationed in Bermuda in 1891. Here, in this place of serene beauty, lie the graves of soldiers from many different regiments. One memorial records the respect for a prisoner and nearby, in unconsecrated ground, convicts were buried from 1849.
Location: On the right going to Royal Naval Dockyard immediately after crossing Watford Bridge, hidden at end of footpath from car park
Phone: (441) 236-6483
Bus Routes: 7, 8
Hourse of Operation: Dawn to Dusk
Admission is free