Helensburgh Cemetery

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Helensburgh Cemetery is a 19th-century burial ground on the Old Luss Road in Helensburgh, Argyll, Scotland. Together with its boundary walls, lodge, gatepiers and gates it is designated as a Category B listed building by Historic Scotland.

The graveyard contains several fine monuments, including one to Bonar Law, the former Prime Minister, whose ashes are buried at Westminster Abbey.

Notable burials[edit]

War graves[edit]

There are 40 Commonwealth service personnel buried here whose graves are registered and maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, 21 from the First World War and 19 from the Second World War.[1]

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Coordinates: 56°00′07″N 4°42′47″W / 56.002°N 4.713°W / 56.002; -4.713