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Ashover Cemetery



Pictures courtesy of Barry Cuttell


Location Information

Ashover is a Derbyshire village, 4.6 miles west of the A61 Alfreton to Clay Cross road.
The cemetery contains 1 burial of the Great War and 4 of WW2:

WW1 burial

Leading Seaman W. ADLINGTON. Bristol Z/6497. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. S.S. "Princess Dragmar" 7th May 1918, aged 22. Son of Jethro & Lucy Jane Adlington of Main Street, Danesmoor, Chesterfield. Born at Ashover. Grave D.287.











WW2 burials


Driver William Ernest BOOKER, T/262003. Royal Army Service Corps. 8th Ambulance Car Coy. 8th Oct. 1942, aged 21. Son of Edwin & Gertrude Booker of Ashover. Sec. E, Grave 169

Air Mechanic (L) 2nd Class Jim BUNTING. FX104568. Royal Navy, H.M.S. Vulture. 18th Oct. 1943, aged 19. Son of James & Nellie Bunting of Ashover. Sec. C, Grave 44

Pte. Joseph Harold KING. 4986655. Pioneer Corps. 31st July 1943, aged 31. Son of Joseph Harold & Alice King: husband of Jessie King of Old Tupton, Derbyshire. Sec. A, Grave 207

Signalman John Alan MILLWARD. 14447149. Royal Corps of Signals, 8th Div. Signals. 30th March 1945, aged 17. Son of Robert & Eliza Ann Millward of Ashover. Sec. F, Grave 216