Commonwealth War Graves in Bangor New Cemetery
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission lists 40 grave plots in Bangor New Cemetery on Newtownards Road, Bangor, Co. Down.
|Last Name||First Name(s)||Date of Death||Grave|
|Ahmed||Shief||20th July 1940||Section 5X, Grave 23B|
|Beckett||Thomas Smith||20th July 1940||Section 5X, Grave 21|
|Bowman||Eric Ritchie||24th December 1941||Section 4V, Grave 82|
|Cameron||Cyril Charles||22nd October 1944||Section 4V, Grave 86|
|Coffin||William||8th September 1945||Section 5W, Grave 95|
|Conway||Robert||25th December 1941||Section 6P, Grave 21C|
|Cook||Derek Alfred||17th March 1942||Section 3L, Grave 1B|
|Darragh||James||27th June 1945||Section 5X, Grave 9|
|Deville||Thomas Charles||6th May 1943||Section 5X, Grave 1|
|Dickson||Thomas||25th September 1943||Section 5W, Grave 79|
|Duff||Robert||20th August 1946||Section 5X, Grave 35|
|Ellis||George||7th May 1945||Section 4U, Grave 112|
|King||Arthur James||23rd April 1941||Section 4V, Grave 20|
|Lamb||Harold||18th June 1944||Section 5X, Grave 2|
|Morrison||William John||12th April 1944||Section 4U, Grave 24|
|Fraser||William Elliot||15th September 1946||Section 4R, Grave 158|
|Gault||William Francis Ernest||4th April 1941||Section 4V, Grave 39|
|Kennedy||Hugh||16th December 1940||Section 5W, Grave 37|
|Lee||Edward||19th December 1946||Section 1A, Grave 124|
|MacCallum||John Evelyn Matier||16th October 1943||Section 2G, Grave 76|
|MacDonald||William Moody||28th August 1941||Section 3K, Grave 160|
|MacFarlane||Albert George||29th January 1942||Section 5Q, Grave 181|
|Martin||Edward||20th June 1945||Section 3K, Grave 26|
|Megarry||Herbert Reginald||18th May 1940||Section 4V, Grave 175|
|Miley||Frederick James||26th January 1942||Section 1C, Grave 86|
|Miller||William Watson||24th February 1945||Section 4U, Grave 113|
|Owen||Edward Francis||19th February 1941||Section 5X, Grave 1A|
|Reuben||Albert Edward||10th June 1945||Section 5W, Grave 90|
|Rutherford||Robert Henry||22nd July 1943||Section 2H, Grave 166|
|Sloss||Francis Neville||18th June 1943||Section 1D, Grave 17|
|Smith||Nathaniel Robert||14th June 1942||Section 4V, Grave 27|
|Stewart||Thomas||16th December 1944||Section 4V, Grave 151A|
|Stubbings||Barry John||14th March 1942||Section 5X, Grave 20|
|Thompson||Ernest Oscar||17th November 1943||Section 4U, Grave 25|
|Watson||Ernest||15th September 1942||Section 5O, Grave 82|
|Wilson||Robert Logan||28th June 1942||Section 4R, Grave 147|
|Woods||Morrison||19th August 1946||Section Wall, Grave 369|
|Hamilton||John Nelson||5th May 1941||Section 4V, Grave 41|
|Hollywood||David Francis Apperson||15th September 1943||Section 7Q, Grave 25|
|Maugher||Leslie Henry Willis||5th April 1941||Section V, Grave 3|
Aircraftman 2nd Class
Cyril Charles Cameron
Aircraftman 2nd Class Cyril Charles Cameron was a 19 year old trainee pilot when he died as a result of a bomb-loading accident at RAF Kirmington in 1944.
Sapper William Coffin served in the Royal Engineers during World War Two, He died on 8th September 1945 and is buried in Bangor Cemetery, Bangor, Co. Down.
Lance Corporal Thomas Dickson served with the Royal Ulster Rifles. He died on 25th September 1943 and is buried in Bangor New Cemetery, Bangor, Co. Down.
William Elliot Fraser
Surgeon William Elliot Fraser was born in London, Ontario, Canada but came to reside in Bangor, Co. Down. He died soon after the end of World War Two.
David Francis Apperson Hollywood
Sub-Lieutenant David Francis Apperson Hollywood served in the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm during the Second World War. His grave is in Bangor, Co. Down.
Corporal Hugh Kennedy served with North Irish Horse, Royal Armoured Corps when he died on 16th December 1941. The unit was based in Wiltshire, England.
Albert George MacFarlane
Bangor-born Telegraphist Albert George MacFarlane served at the naval base HMS Drake at Devonport, Plymouth at the time of his death on 29th January 1942.
Private Thomas Stewart died on 16th December 1944. The Bangor, Co. Down man served with the Corps of Military Police during the Second World War.
Barry John Stubbings
Private Barry John Stubbings was only 16 years old when he died on 14th March 1942. The young English soldier's grave is in Bangor New Cemetery, Co. Down.
Victims of the Belfast Blitz
Five people who died as a result of enemy action on 16th April 1941 are buried in unmarked graves in Bangor New Cemetery.
|First Name(s)||Last Name||Date of Death||Grave|
|Matilda Lillian||Grattan||16th April 1941||Unmarked|
|Margret Byers||Watt||16th April 1941||Unmarked|
|Robert||Wright||17th April 1941||Unmarked|
|Angeline||Grattan||16th April 1941||Unmarked|
|Shelagh||Grattan||16th April 1941||Unmarked|
Matilda Lillian Grattan
Matilda Lillian Grattan lived in Bangor, Co. Down with her family when she died as a result of enemy action on 16th April 1941 during the Belfast Blitz.
Shelagh Grattan lived in Bangor, Co. Down with her mother and sister when she died as a result of enemy action on 16th April 1941 during the Belfast Blitz.