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The Service or Military graves are listed by their pre-1974 counties or perhaps a better way to explain would be the counties thay were in at the end of World War Two, this is how the Commonwealth War Graves Commission have them recorded.

Dates for clarification of dying in:

World War One - 4 August 1914 to 31 August 1921
World War Two - 3 September 1939 to 31 December 1947

Black headstones do not mark the grave of a coloured person, some of the headstones, especially before the Commission came to be in 1917, would have been made from different materials, until a more unified way of marking the soldiers was agreed. So many headstones before 1917 look very different, particularly in the UK compared to abroad.

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