City of Westminster (Paddington) Mill Hill Cemetery


During the Second World War, many of the Middlesex hospitals, including that at Mill Hill, became Stationary Military Hospitals. The City of Westminster (Paddington) Mill Hill Cemetery contains 53 Second World War Commonwealth war graves, mostly situated in the war graves plot in section C. There are also three special memorial headstones commemorating casualties whose graves could not be marked individually. This cemetery also contains The Netherlands Field of Honour, established in 1965. The plot contains the graves of more than 250 servicemen of the Netherlands, many of them having been brought to the cemetery from other United Kingdom burials grounds. The majority of the graves are those of Merchant seamen.

No. of identified casualties: 334


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