This page looks at the GUEST
Elizabeth Muir BOWLER was born 8th
July 1896 in Falkirk, Scotland and was the youngest daughter of 10 children.
Elizabeth Muir BOWLER married Frank Alfred
GUEST in 1918. Frank was born in Gillingham, Kent on the 28th December
1896 and was the second son of Joseph Guest and Elizabeth Munford.
Frank Guest had two brothers, Charles
Guest born about 1895 and Alfred Guest born about 1898 - see
Children of Frank Guest and Elizabeth
Isabella Spiers Munford Guest
born 28th April 1920
Frank Alfred Guest
born 3rd September 1922
Jack Anthony Guest
born 3rd July 1925 died Sept. 1947
Eric George Guest
born 19th September 1929
Mabel Helen Guest
born 16th May 1936
Jack Anthony GUEST
3rd July 1925 - 24th Sept 1947
JACK ANTHONY GUEST
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
who died on
Wednesday, 24th September 1947. Age 22.
Additional Information: Son of Frank Alfred and Elizabeth Muir Guest of Edinburgh.
Cemetery: GREAT YARMOUTH (CAISTER) CEMETERY, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Panel Number: Sec. M. Grave 889.
For many years Great Yarmouth was a naval base, containing a Royal Naval Hospital and there are three naval plots in the burial ground which contains war graves of both World Wars, as well as other Naval graves dating from 1906 onwards. Some of the 1914-1918 graves are in groups to the west of the entrance, while others are scattered. After the 1914-1918 War, a Cross of Sacrifice was erected near the mortuary chapel. During the early months of the 1939-1945 War, ground in plot M in the eastern part of the cemetery, north-east of the mortuary chapel, was set aside for service war graves, and this is now the War Graves Plot. It was used for Army, Air Force, Merchant Navy and Allied casualties, and the Naval plot A was used for Royal Naval casualties and for some of the Merchant Navy men; but there are a number of scattered war graves in the cemetery. There are now nearly 200, 1914-1918 and over 100, 1939-1945 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these, nearly 20 from the 1939-1945 War are unidentified.