There are four Graves here for British seamen whose bodies were recovered after a British ship was sunk by a U-Boat during World War II. It's a nice Monument and it explains the brief story of what happened. I enjoyed seeing it. Its worth passing by if you're on the island anyways.
This little cemetery is tucked near a residential area/campground. It is surrounded by a fence so that you can't walk among the stones, but it's small enough that you can see everything from the outside anyway. There isn't a lot to see, but the history is really interesting. Definitely worth a drive by if you are in the area.
My friends and I made a point to walk by and visit this monument. It is a touching memoiral to those lost off the NC shores during WWII.
A testament to the kindness of the Ocracoke people: several British soldiers are buried in this small cemetery. A good stop to view a bit of local history.
Interesting from a historical standpoint with graves dating back to tthe 1800's. 15-20 minutes and you have seen and read everything. Had hoped for me.
We had a few minutes to kill before the ferry left. We found our way to the British cemetery and it was most interesting and some historical significance because the British sailors buried there were defending this country during World War II