Native American and Canadian aboriginal veteran List. (cemetery site)



Le cimetiere est géré par le conseil de district de Chichester et est localisé sur la Church Road, entre la A285 et la A27.

Sur les 89 tombes du commonwealth de 1914-1918, la majorité se trouve dans les carrés militaires 121 et 126, le long d'un sentier sur le coté droit du cimetiere.

Il y a aussi 75 tombes de la 2nd guerre mondiale, dans les carrées militaire 115 et 159, dans la section sud ouest du cimetiere.

Dans la section nord, le carré 42 est résevé au catholique romain. il y a aussi 7 tombes etrangeres et 4 tombes civiles.




The cemetery is managed by Chichester District Council and is located on Church Road which runs between the A285 Westhampnett Road and the A27.

 Of the 89 Commonwealth burials of the 1914-1918 war, the majority are in a War Graves Plot in Squares 121 and 126 bordering a path on the far right hand side of the cemetery. 

There are also 75 Commonwealth burials of the 1939-1945 war here, mainly in two adjoining Church of England dedicated Squares, Nos. 115 and 159, in the south-western portion of the cemetery enclosed by a hedgerow on three sides, on the fourth side a wall bearing the inscription 1939-1945 THE MEN AND WOMEN BURIED IN THIS PLOT DIED IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE. In the northern section a further Square, No. 42, is dedicated to Roman Catholic burials, there is a metal plaque bearing a similar inscription.
There are also 7 non-Commonwealth war burials and 4 non World War burials in the care of C.W.G.C. within the cemetery.




- Caporal Suppleant DESJARLAIS Gilbert (234960) - 24 ans - 1ere guerre mondiale - mort de ses blessures - 134I.