The Commonwealth War Graves Commission cares for 42 graves, including four personal memorials and two with personal and CWGC headstones. Most are Hopton Wood stone. There are 35 for WWI and 7 for WWII. The eldest is 51, the first date is April 1916 and the last date is April 1921.


J T Spooner HMS Powerful died 24 March 1918 aged 17. He is the youngest to be buried in a war grave and the only sailor.


Memorial to two brothers killed within 24 hours of each other – rare for this to have happened. Joseph and Benjamin Goddard died on 24/25 June 1917 serving with the Sherwood Foresters. Both were employed at Barlborough Colliery and their parents lived at Lower Hipper St Chesterfield.