Fiona at her graduation from the Royal Air Force College Cranwell in December 2008
Fiona's grandfather George Edwin Blaber served in the RAF during the Second World War
The cap badge left by George Edwin Blaber for his wife Molly and later passed down to Fiona
Blog | CWGC
For many, cemetery names are just something you watch out for on one of our green and white roadside signs, or that you enter into Google Maps on your way to see a particular grave. However, while many cemeteries are simply named after the village or town where they are sighted, others have a more interesting tale to tell. Here the CWGC's Peter Francis shares some of his favourites and the stories behind them.