PDF format publications
Ceremony to mark the restoration of WWI Royal Flying Corps Officers - details and photographs of the Officers who are buried in the General Cemetery.
Ceremony to mark the installing of four Commonwealth War Graves Headstones. Details and photographs of the following servicemen - Private A E Farrow, Gunner J P Green, Private F Masters, Sgt. E J Whitney.
Commonwealth War Graves Booklets
Gunner James Percy Green, Royal Field Artillery, Private Albert Ernest Farrow, South Staffordshire Regiment, Private Frederick Masters, Royal Defence Corps, Sergeant Ernest John Whitney, Royal Engineers
Private Edwin Clarence Bennett, Sherwood Foresters, Lance Corporal John William Blow, Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders, Driver Albert Booth, Sherwood Rangers, Driver Jonathan Goulding, Royal Field Artillery, Private Harold Webster, 2/5th Lincolnshire Regiment
Gainsborough WWI Roll of Honour. We have a copy of the Roll of Honour which was compiled in the early 1980s by Mr R. H. Johnson. This has been expanded to include servicemen who are remembered on war memorials and who were listed in the Gainsborough News as ‘wounded’ and who subsequently died. The Roll of Honour is in PDF format.
List of Headstones that have WWI inscriptions. This is a list of the 66 headstones which have WWI inscriptions. The list includes the name, age, occupation, date of death, the memorial or cemetery they are remembered and the inscription from their headstone.
The Friends of Gainsborough Cemeteries and Chapel are a small charity run by volunteers.
Contact: Susan Edlington