Pembroke Military Cemetery Malta is a burial ground for military personnel and their dependants. It is located close by the former St Patrick's Barracks (now St Clare's College) in the Pembroke Council area, on a minor road (Triq Adrian Dingli).
The first soldier buried at the cemetery was Sapper F Jarvis of 28 Company the Royal Engineers, who died on 5 May 1908. The majority of those interred and remembered at the cemetery are casualties of the two World Wars (but mainly the Second World War), many in communal graves. The last person buried at the site was a civilian Maria A Sammut who died on 15 September 2003. There are a total of 424 war graves associated with First and Second World Wars; the CWGC also maintains 273 non-war graves.
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