The Friends
History of Cemetery
Cemetery Plan
The Chapel
War Memorials
One of the Few
Local Sea Disasters
Captain Turner
Captain Lord
Agnes Ethel Dinwoodie
Captain Johnson
The Lighthouse Keeper
The Wallasey Hermit
The Staps
Anderson Vault

The Blitz

Wallasey endured its first  bombing attack on August 10th, 1940.  The 35th and last raid on Wallasey took place on November 1st, 1941.  In the raids of Christmas week, 1940, 119 people lost their lives and 91 were seriously injured.  One of the most sustained periods of bombing, when parachute mines were used extensively, was during the March blitz, 1941.  In three days of continuous bombing, 186 people were killed and 196 seriously injured.  Thus, most of the total non-combatant deaths, recorded on the memorial plaque, occurred during these two bombardments.





War Graves & Memorials

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has listed the war graves in Wallasey Cemetery, with individual locations.  See www.cwgc.org and go 'Find a Cemetery'. 













The cemetery's War Memorial