St Andrew’s and St Peter’s South Shoebury
St Andrew’s and St Peter’s         South Shoebury

Remembering the Fallen 1914 - 2020

St Andrew's church has long established connections with the Shoebury Garrison. Its large graveyard contains the resting place of several soldiers and their families who lived at the Shoebury Garrison.


The churchyard also has 66 graves of soldiers, sailors and airmen killed during and since the First World War and managed by the Commonwealth Graves Commission. Details of those soldiers, sailors and airmen who are laid to rest in the chuchyard can be found here

memorial Churchyard memorial to the dead of the Great War 1914-1918
graves A section of the graves of servicemen
History Of Shoebury Garrison
Click the link to download a history of Shoebury Garrison from Southend Borough Council
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