Martin Nicholson's Cemetery Project

Waterside Cemetery, Evesham, Worcestershire

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Two general views

A modern statue of a mother and child as part of a memorial.

.An angel looking at a picture of the deceased.

Aged 101.

Aged 100.

A modern design incorporating three horse heads

"We look for you in rainbows".

The picture of a horse-drawn caravan is an unusual part of the design.

Ron was a Writer, Composer and Musician.

A modern grave that includes a large model of a truck.

Philip was killed "whilst carrying out his duty".

A brother and sister who died on the same day - "who died in their innocence".

"Answered the last roll call".

"Granny Grey".

Aged 102.

David was "tragically killed whilst flying".

An all -metal gravestone.

John was a Medical Oficer of Health.

Lillian died aged 105 having been a widow for over 70 years.

A curious design that reminds me of a birdbath.

Joan Mary Lord served in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force and was accidentally killed in 1943 aged 19.

Frank was killed on the railway at Birmingham New Street Station.

A memorial in the shape of a chair.

James Robbins was a Clerk and Sexton for "upwards of 60 years".

An angel stands guard over the grave of Mary who died aged 6.

Fred Jones died at Fenham Barracks in 1926 - he was only 23 years old.

Claire Christine Nicholson and Martin Piers Nicholson - Ticklerton (Shropshire) and Daventry (Northhamptonshire), United Kingdom.

This page was last updated on June 6th 2016.