Friends of Belgrave Cemetery
Leicester, England.
Protecting the past and caring for the future since 2004.


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Restored KIA memorials Belgrave cemetery.
There are 148 family memorials in Belgrave Cemetery that bear the names of military casualties who were killed in WW1 and WW2 and are buried abroad, these are known as “Killed in Action” memorials. Many of these KIA headstones are neglected and in need of repair. It is an aim of the FoBC to restore as many of these headstones as we can. Shown below are the KIA memorials restored and in some cases replaced, by FoBC thanks to a generous donation from a local benefactor, a grant from the Yorkshire Building Society, fund raising by the FoBC, and contributions made by relatives of the war casualties.

Bailey J
Bailey J
Ballard_G
Ballard_G
Beaver_H
Beaver_H
Billington_E
Billington_E
Bowley_W
Bowley_W
Britt_E
Britt_E
Doody_G
Doody_G
Horner_B
Horner_B
Horner_T
Horner_T
Jesson_G
Jesson_G
Kirk_L
Kirk_L
Marsh_C
Marsh_C
Martin_A
Martin_A
Mason_B
Mason_B
Millington_G
Millington_G
Morgan_B
Morgan_B
Morris_D
Morris_D
Newby_J
Newby_J
Pole_F
Pole_F
Reeve_A
Reeve_A
Renwick_W
Renwick_W
Smith_J
Smith_J
Toon_H
Toon_H
Walker_J
Walker_J
Warburton_A
Warburton_A