Thousands of soldiers served at the camps in Sutton Mandeville over the course of the First World War. Two soldiers from the First World War are buried in the churchyard of All Saints Church, Sutton Mandeville. They may have been serving at the camps when they died. As well as hosting thousands of soldiers, people from Sutton Mandeville served as well. Several men from Sutton Mandeville who died in the First World War are commemorated on a memorial in All Saints Church. Also commemorated in All Saints Church are three men from Sutton Mandeville who died whilst serving in the Second World War. Another man who died whilst in military service is buried in Sutton Mandeville cemetery. If you have a family connection or some other association with people whose military service encompassed Sutton Mandeville then please contact us using the email address on our Home page.