|Dumfries and Galloway Scotland|
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
Troqueer is 1 mile south-west of Dumfries railway station.
There are 8 Commonwealth burials from World War I and 34 (including 1 unidentified airman of the R.A.F. from World War II in this cemetery. Most burials are in a Service Plot but there are a few in other parts of the cemetery.
There are also 17 Foreign National burials and 1 non-World War burial here. Most of the foreign burials are Norwegian. During World War II, Dumfries was host to the the Norwegian Military High Command in exile. Their headquarters was located in a building in the centre of town, and a derelict textile mill near the graveyard was turned over to them and served as barracks.