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Sutton Bonington Churchyard, Nottinghamshire, contains 2 Commonwealth War Graves from the First World War.

The churchyard is a separate extension to the main churchyard, situated about a third of a mile from St. Michael's Church
itself, and marked as a cemetery on the OS map.

The view of the cemetery through the lych gate has the grave marker for Private Hart (of the Yorkshire Regiment) positioned centrally over the right hand gate.

The Lych Gate for Sutton Bonington Churchyard, Nottinghamshire
The Lych Gate for Sutton Bonington Churchyard, Nottinghamshire
(Photo : Richard Roberts <richard@nosnailshere.co.uk>)

 


Private J Hart,
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  Private J Hart. 5083. 4th (Reserve) Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment, attached (42214) to the Royal Defence Corps). Died at home 25 November 1918.

Served as "J Hart" but his real family name was "Thomas".



(Photo : Richard Roberts <richard@nosnailshere.co.uk>)