The cemetery was quite extensive, on quite hilly ground, neatly mown, and still in use for new burials.
These gravestones are in memory of men of the Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers who died in the early 20th century.
Joseph Dance was a Malster in Monmouth.
There is no obvious maritime connection for the inclusion of the lovely anchor and rope on this memorial.
The memorial to John Vaughan was erected by his comrades in No. 1 Company, R.M.R.E.(M)
Sgt. Charlesworth, Permanent Staff, R.M.R.E.
Died from injuries received at Bridgewater Station on May 3rd, 1892, aged 38 years.
Two sons, William and Sidney were killed in action in WWI, Bertie drowned at Symonds Yat aged 9 years, and three sons and a daughter died as babies and toddlers.
Aged 108 years.
A missionary in Bolivia for 29 years.
The signature of F.J. Hayes has been used on the gravestone.
John Gordon was born in the U.S.A. and was attendant of this cemetery for 25 years.