Notable burials at Newport Cemeteries.


Sir John BLACK - Carisbrooke Cemetery - Director General of Munitions Supply during the First World

Fred Cooper, Naval Architect - designer of Water World Record holder, Miss Englad II, driven by Sir Henry Segrave (1930) and Kaye Don (1931) - Carisbrooke

Admiral Sir Algernon Frederick Rous DeHORSEY - Carisbrooke Cemetery

Thomas HODGETTS - Carisbrooke Cemetery - London-based painter and mezzotint engraver (first interment at cemetery, 3 May 1858)

Albert MIDLANE - Carisbrooke Cemetery - poet who wrote several hundred hymns, most notably "There's a Friend for Little Children".

John MILNE - St Paul's old Cemetery - geologist and mining engineer who worked on a horizontal seismograph.

Sir Henry TOMBS V. C. - Carisbrooke Cemetery



Maps of CWGC, other war related and local ‘notables’ grave markers: