In Memory of Private F. O .BRYANT
741256, 25th Bn., London Regiment (Cyclists)
who died on 04 March 1919
Son of Mr. F. W. Bryant, of 66, Brainfield Rd., Wandsworth, London.
Remembered with honour Wandsworth (Earlsfield) Cemetery. Grave Ref. H. 5. 6702.
Commemorated in perpetuity by
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Many of the 1914-1918 burials are from the 3rd
which was at Wandsworth. There are 477 Commonwealth burials of the
1914-1918 war and 115 of the 1939-1945 war here.
- This is to the North-East of Earlsfield Station
and is bounded by the
on the East and the main railway line on the West. It contains five
1914-1918 War Plots, (the general Military Plot, the Australian, the
and the South African plots. These are on the main path leading West from
and there are also over 200 burials in other parts of the cemetery. The
Military Plot contains a Screen Wall bearing the names of those buried in
it and those in unmarked graves in other parts of the cemetery.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission]