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Boston War Memorials

There are 30 Commonwealth burials (graves) from World War II in a plot in the churchyard and 30 war graves from World War I scattered throughout the cemetery.

Bridge Street Memorial

This is the Bridge Street Memorial. The inscription at the top reads "Erected by the Boston M.U.I.O.O.F. in memory of brothers who fell in the Great War". Click HERE for a text list of the names.
Bridge Street Plaque
Bridge Street Building

Centenary Church Memorial

This is the Centenary Church Memorial at Centenary Methodist Church at Red Lion Street, Boston. Click HERE for a text list of the names.
Centenary Plaque WWI
Centenary Plaque WWII

Holy Trinity Church Memorial

Click HERE for a text list of the names.

St. Thomas Church Memorial

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Simon MEEDS notes: "There may be a name missing... It seems that a Major Davidson may have died, probably in Boston, in the first days of WWI. He was a veterinary surgeon in the Territorial Army, and seems to have died while selecting horses to go to the front."

All photographs supplied by John EMERSON.