Cardonald Cemetery contains 161 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War, including 2 unidentified seamen, a number of them forming a war graves plot. This plot also contains one non-war service burial and 38 war graves of other nationalities, many of them German soldiers from the prisoner-of-war camp at Johnstone Castle, just outside Glasgow.
The main cemetery entrance is on the corner of Mosspark Boulevard and Corkerhill Road. Cardonald cemetery is also used by the Glasgow Reform Synagogue where it contains over 190 burials. The grounds are set within a peaceful environment with many burials taking place from the 1920s and upwards.
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547 Mosspark Blvd, Glasgow, Glasgow G52 1SB