helloo . my name is wendy mortimer . i have a relative buried at netherne cemetery . after many years arguing with gleesons they finally decided to clear the cemetery . and my brother and i have a plan of the cemetery ,and we laid flowers near to my great aunt grave ,by measuring where the trees were . seems there was thousands buried there ,some 4 to one grave .gleesons were meant to clear the cemetry of brambles and plant wild flowers . my health didnt allow me to visit for a year ,but then when i was able covid happened .. so here i am stuck at home .when able i will visit the cemetery again , when we was there we had to cross a farmers field to get to the cemetery gates ....i do think the war office could have put a memorial there for the soldiers that are buried there . this is an ongoing argument with them also.but i am not one to give up. my relative was mabel frances mortimer she died at netherne age 19 in 1916 of epilepsy (termed as an idiot) that was when i saw the records at woking record centre.