In Loving Memory Of Lt. H.V. LEWIS R.A. Died 2nd January 1934 Age 47

In Loving Memory Of


Late A.H.C.

Died 13th January 1886

Age 57

22430138 Private


Royal Army Ordnance Corps.

Died 22nd May 1951 Age 18


Anthony was living in Swansea at the time of his death.

In Memory Of George Douglas LISTER

Lt. Colonel The Royal West Kent Regiment

Husband of Frances Lister

Born 6th September 1874

Died 23rd November 1921



More here:


Pte. James LISTER Falkirk Herald 27th May 1903.

5210 Sergeant Samuel LITTLE

The epitaph on this gravestone is so moving. I have found it to be used on other graves too, substituting the “husband” for friend, sister, brother etc.

In Memory of Samuel LITTLE

Sergeant C 11th Royal Artillery

Who Departed This Life At Netley Hospital

June 20th 1877 Aged 37 Years

May He Rest In Peace

Passing stranger call not this

A place of dreary gloom

Love to linger near this spot

It is my husband’s tomb

Above this verse is a hand holding a heart apparently a symbol used by the Independent Order Of Oddfellows and Masons. It symbolizes charity.

Burial no 466 Church of England.

Eric Arthur Lister LOWE (no headstone) Burial no 962 Catholic

The Yorkshire Post September 2nd 1926

Sweet Memories of

 My Darling Son

Pte Kenneth Edward LYES

Passed To The Higher Life

 19th April 1938 aged 18


In God's Keeping

In Loving Memory Of Our Son Arthur James MacKEEG

Died 8th July 1947 Aged 20 Years.


Arthur was living at 15 Married Quarters at the time of his death.

Captain Donald Charles Hugh MacLEAN D.S.O.

See Burials with Medals and Awards tab

In Memoriam

John Mackenzie


Surgeon Major A.M.D.

Died 19th December 1882

Aged 42 Years


My Flesh Shall Rest In Hope



Brother Charles Smith MacLean 1836 - 1921 and nephew Donald Charles Hugh MacLean 1875 - 1909 are buried in Netley as well.

1834 Pte. Patrick MADDEN died 31st May 1879 at 11.30am in ward 16a from Cirrhosis of the Liver. He was aged 43.

Burial record no. 358 Roman Catholic. No headstone.


In Loving Memory Of


Sgt. King's Royal Rifles

Died At Netley February 6th 1901

Aged 32

Erected By His Widow

4112 Pte. John James MANSFIELD 2nd Battalion Leinster Regiment died on the 15th September 1899 age 19 after serving in Barbados and contracting TB which he suffered from for 101 days. He is buried in the Catholic section.


Thank you to Andrew Overton who asked me to check the burial records. John is his Great Uncle.



In Loving Memory of


Corporal A.S.C.

Who died from fever contracted in South Africa

May 14th 1900 aged 28 years

Gone but not forgotten

Burial record no.1172 Church of England




In Loving Memory of

Gunner Thomas Edgar MARKHAM R.A

Son of Arthur Edgar and Gladys Markham

Who died 25th Nov 1937 aged 23

Richard MARKS Hampshire Advertiser November 1st 1899

In Loving Memory Of

Pte. Henry Robert


1st. East Surrey Regt.

Who Died May 6th 1894

Aged 25 Years

Mrs Margaret MARSHALL wife of Sgt Marshall was buried on the 5th May 1871 age 32 years. CofE.


Wife of Pte. MARSHALL was buried 29th December 1874.                           Burial no. 72 Non Conformist.

Jane wife of Sgt. R MAYBERRY buried on 3rd May 1868. CofE.

Mrs MAYES wife of Sgt. George Mayes was buried on the 28th April 1868. R.C.


Mrs Margaret McCARTHY was buried on the 16th July 1870. CofE.

1645 Pte. Patrick McCORMICK died 18th May 1879 at 10am in ward 27a aged 26 of Bronchitis and Phthisis.

Burial record no. 358 Roman Catholic. No headstone


Print | Sitemap
© Julie Green

This website was created using IONOS MyWebsite.