|All Saints Cemetery|
Also known as: Maidenhead, All Saints Cemetery, Maidenhead Cemetery
|All Saints Avenue|
Windsor and Maidenhead Royal Borough
Postal Code: SL6 6LU
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
The headquarters for the Air Transport Auxiliary was at nearby White Waltham Airfield. There is a special Commonwealth War Graves Commission plot at Maidenhead Cemetery for the majority of the A.T.A. burials at the far end of the cemetery, left of the main path, and the other burials are scattered throughout the cemetery, some of which are marked by private memorials other than the Commission design. There are 14 Commonwealth war casualties from World War I and 47 from World War II 1939-1945 commemorated at this site.
All Saints Cemetery was opened in 1888 and covers an area of approximately 5 acres. The cemetery was originally owned by The Maidenhead Cemetery Company and came into Council ownership during the 1950s.
There are over 10,000 grave spaces in the cemetery and there have been 14,600 interments to date.
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