|Includes: Note requesting investigation into Gunner Buckley's grave as he could not be identified, dated 20 February 1928. Copy letter from the Commission's Director of Records addressed to the Reverend G.W. Jones of South Shoebury Rectory explaining that Gunner Buckley appeared on a report for Shoeburyness (St Andrew) Churchyard and Extension, as well as a report for Halliwell (St. Peter) Churchyard, and that the Bolton burial was likely correct as the entry for St Andrew's Churchyard referred to a Memorial Cross erected by Gunner Buckley's comrades, dated 22 March 1928. Copy memorandum signed by P.H. Mayhew, reporting on Buckley's burial on 19 February 1917 and events regarding the marking of his grave in Halliwell (St. Peter) Churchyard, the erection of a Memorial Cross in Shoeburyness (St. Andrew) Churchyard, and the three possible explanations for these circumstances occurring, dated 17 October 1938.
|HALLIWELL (ST. PETER) CHURCHYARD