Immingham Cemetery

St Andrew’s Churchyard

Immingham, Lincs

Location:  St Andrew’s Churchyard,  Immingham, Lincs
Visited:   6th April 2002 “Cheltonians” buried in the cemetery:   1

Copyright and source – Commonwealth War Graves Commission

“Cheltonians” buried in this Churchyard

On the right of the three CWGC headstones in St Andrew’s Churchyard, Immingham, is the stone of Stoker Petty Officer Edward ATTWOOD, HMS Meteor, who was killed in action whilst on board the ship during the Battle of the Dogger Bank on 24th January 1915.   His body, with the bodies of three other crew members also killed in the action, was brought back to shore for burial.   

He is commemorated on the Cheltenham War Memorial, the St Peter’s Church War Memorial, the Charlton Kings War Memorial and the Holy Apostles Church War Memorial.

His widow, Mrs Maria Attwood, resided at 1 Hamilton Street, Charlton King


Page last updated: 29th December 2008

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