St Mary's C.of E. Graveyard, Bootle

 

WWI Memorials  

 

 

 

 

 

CWGC CEMETERY REPORT
 
Screen Wall (North)  at Anfield Cemetery
 
St.Mary's C.of E Church, Bootle was destroyed during World War Two.
 
The graves of the seven casualties of World War who are buried in the graveyard could no longer be maintained and they are now commemorated by name on the Screen Wall (North)  at Anfield Cemetery.
 
High quality photos of memorials can be obtained from The War Graves Photographic Project
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bootle graves
Burials in the graveyard
BIOGRAPHY RANK FORENAME SURNAME REGIMENT & (Number) MEDAL DATE of DEATH and AGE
Merseyside Roll of Honour


Private George HenryBOURNEThe King's Liverpool Regiment (5713)Died 10-Jan-17 Age 20
Merseyside Roll of Honour


Private GeorgeJACKSONRoyal Fusiliers (G/110594)Died 01-Feb-19 Age 32
Merseyside Roll of Honour


Private DMCKENZIEManchester Regiment (3514283)Died 25-Jun-21
Merseyside Roll of Honour


Private John JamesPARKERThe King's Liverpool Regiment (55700)Died 30-Jan-20 Age 22
Merseyside Roll of Honour


Private George ThomasSCOTTCheshire Yeomanry (1985)Died 13-Mar-16
Merseyside Roll of Honour


Driver JSIMPSONRoyal Field Artillery (67251)Died 08-Nov-18 Age 27
Merseyside Roll of Honour


Private John HenrySMITHRoyal Defence Corps (25454)Died 12-Sep-17 Age 49