Brighton General Cemetery, Victoria

Cemetery Details

Location Cnr. North Road & Hawthorn Road, Caulfield, Glen Eira - Victoria, Australia
Co‑ordinates S37.899735, E145.021333
Description

Established in 1854, Brighton General Cemetery is one of Melbourne’s oldest and most significant cemeteries. The classic garden style-grounds offer a quiet sanctuary for families to reflect on the lives of their loved ones. Amongst the manicured gardens, many adorned monuments lay proudly across the 12 hectares (30 acres), all contained within Brighton General Cemeteries iconic red brick walls.

Names

Showing 8 people of interest from cemetery

PEELER, Walter

Service number VX8345
Warrant Officer Class 2
2nd/2nd Pioneer Battalion
Australian Military Forces (Army WW2)
Born 9 Aug 1887

BERTOTTO, William Thomas

Service number 49
Able Seaman
Victorian Naval Contingent
Australian and Colonial Military Forces - Boer War Contingents
Born 2 Aug 1874

TULLOCH, Eric William

Service number OFFICER
Major
12th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 16 Apr 1883

REID, Leonard Ross

Service number 7949
Second Lieutenant
Born Apr 1886

BUCKLEY, Maurice Vincent

Service number 6594
Sergeant
13th Infantry Battalion
AIF WW1
Born 13 Apr 1891

FENTON, Cyril Boyd

Service number 9228
Private
1st Dermatological Hospital
AIF WW1
Born 11 Apr 1897

TIVEY, Edwin

Service number OFFICER
Major General
Born 19 Sep 1866

ARBUTHNOT, John

Service number 6911
Sergeant
4th Field Artillery Brigade
AIF WW1
Born 20 Aug 1886

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