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Seaford's War Memorials


Seaford Cemetery - War Grave Pictures

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Cross of Sacrifice, with bronze sword
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Front of the base
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The Imperial War Graves Commission cross
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Reverse of the base


The Cross of Sacrifice
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1917 Picture of newly dug graves

The second grave from right is that of Pt Barcroft, as seen here.
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The view today over Section C, Blocks 6 & 5
Freshly dug and filled, mainly Canadian, graves in 1917 - and Section C today.
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Section A, Block 4, looking towards the entrance gate
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Section A, Block 4, looking up the slope


Section A, Block 4
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Section B, Block 4, looking towards the cemetery gate


Section B, Block 4
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Section B, Block 4
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Section C looking North


Section C, Blocks 5 & 6
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Section C looking North
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From C6 towards the Cross, Gatekeeper's Cottage & Alfriston Road
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Block C6 looking South-West
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Section E, Block 5 - WWII war graves

Section E5 - British WWII graves

  • Where available, individual pictures of the graves of war victims are with their memorial inscriptions.
  • A number of graves in the Main Area commemorate relatives who died in war overseas, but whose remains were not repatriated for burial.
  • There are, additionally, graves of servicemen killed in action which are not the CWGC's responsibility (see separate note).
  • While the WWI plot numbers recorded by the CWGC remain largely correct, the letters (A or B) indicate types rather than locations. If looking for a grave location, the Names Index or Plots Guide may be helpful.
  • Black & white photos and some of the individual war grave photos, are courtesy of historian Kevin Gordon & Seaford Museum & Heritage Society.

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