Oban (Pennyfuir) Cemetery
Located half a mile northeast of Oban, Oban (Pennyfuir) Cemetery contains 23 Commonwealth burials of the First World War and a further 58 of the Second World War, including 8 unidentified seamen of the Merchant Navy and 4 unidentified sailors of the Royal Navy.
Four of the Second World War graves are of airmen who were killed in the same crash as HRH Prince George, Duke of Kent, on 25 August 1942. There are also 4 non-war burials here and the grave of Akram Mosumul Ali Hug, an Indonesian national who died whilst serving with the Dutch Merchant Navy in the Second World War. The Cross of Sacrifice stands in the centre of the cemetery and is constructed from white Portland stone.
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