Bombardment memorial cairn

Manor Road cemetery was opened in 1872 as an enlargement of the earlier Dean Road cemetery. The path going between the retaining walls runs into an area known as the Secret Garden.

In the image below, on the right, is the new cairn built to commemorate those who lost their lives during the German bombardment of Scarborough on 16 December 1914.

Please also see the article about the restoration of the victims’ graves and a cemetery guide.

Memorial cairn

Image © Copyright Christopher Hall and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

We will remember them ….

The victims of the bombardment of 16 December 1914.

Leonard Ellis, back of Londesborough Road.
Harry Harland (30).
Harry Frith (45) 1 Bedford Street.
Alfred Beal(41) 50 Raleigh Street, killed Dunollie.
Margaret Briggs (29) Filey Road.
John Shields Ryalls (14 Months) 22 Westbourne Park.
Miss Bertha McIntyre (42) 22 Westbourne Park.
Mrs Johanna Bennett (58) 2 Wykeham Street.
Albert Bennett (22) 2 Wykeham Street.
John Christopher H Ward (9) 2 Wykeham Street.
George James Barnes (9) 2 Wykeham Street.
John Hall (65) 28 Westbourne Park.
Mrs Emily Lois Merryweather (30) 43 Prospect Road.
George Harland Taylor (15) 45 North Street.
Mrs Mary Prew (60) 17a Belle Vue Street.
Mrs Ada Crow (28) 124 Falsgrave Road.
Miss Edith Crosby (39) 1 Belvedere Road.
Mrs Duffield (38) Esplanade.

In Whitby:

Mrs Miller, of Springhill Terrace
Fredrick Randall, a coastguard, who lived in one of the Admiralty cottages
Wiliam H Tunmore (61), a railwayman, of Grey St

Castle barracks