In the Borough Cemeteries there are 109 Commonwealth burials of the First World War, including 1 unidentified burial. There are a further 83 burials of the Second World War, 5 of which are unidentified. There are also 5 Foreign National war burials. The nationalities of the war casualties commemorated in the cemetery are wide-ranging and include Australians, Canadians, New Zealanders, a member of the Indian Medical Corps, four members of the Polish Air Force, and one member of the Netherlands Merchant Navy. The Cross of Sacrifice stands in Barrow Cemetery next to the path near the entrance and was unveiled on 26 April 1925 by the Mayor of Barrow Alderman C.G.B. Ellison J.P.
Learn more about the Commonwealth War Graves Commission: http://cwgc.org