Virginia

There are 16 burials in Virginia, 12 of which are in Arlington National Cemetery.

Private Elmer Robert Darrock, Royal Marine Light Infantry, was serving on the armed yacht HMS Warrior. He died on 19 October 1918 at Washington DC during the influenza pandemic and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Dr Henry William Wilson Davie MRCVS, Army Veterinary Corps, drowned at Newport News between 10 and 23 November 1915 and is buried in Green Lawn Cemetery, Newport News. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class Harold Gurney Davis, Royal Naval Reserve, was serving on the armed yacht HMS Warrior. He died on 16 September 1918 at Washington DC during the influenza pandemic and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Cadet John Dunn IV, Royal Flying Corps, died on 26 March 1918 at No. 4 School of Military Aeronautics in Toronto and is buried in Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Captain Walter Frederick Fitch MC, The Suffolk Regiment, attached to the British War Mission, died on 1 November 1918 at Camp Lewis in Washington state during the influenza pandemic and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Private Charles Philip Gruchy, formerly 3rd Battalion (Toronto Regiment) Canadian Infantry, died on 5 July 1921 at United States Public Health Service Hospital No. 60 in Oteen, North Carolina and is buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Deck Hand William Kelly, Mercantile Marine Reserve, was serving on the armed yacht HMS Warrior. He died on 13 October 1918 at Washington DC during the influenza pandemic and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Major The Hon Charles Henry Lyell, Royal Garrison Artillery, was serving as the Assistant Military Attaché, Washington DC. He died on 18 October 1918 at Washington DC during the influenza pandemic and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Captain Angus Alexander Mackintosh, Royal Horse Guards, was serving as the Honorary Assistant Military Attaché, Washington DC. He died on 13 October 1918 at Washington DC during the influenza pandemic and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Private John Paul Mantell, Inns of Court Officer Training Corps, died on 9 June 1918 at Frensham Hill Military Hospital at Farnham, Surrey. He was buried at Bordon Military Cemetery. In 1920 his remains were repatriated and re-interred in Arlington National Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Deck Hand Joseph Prowse, Mercantile Marine Reserve, was serving on the armed yacht HMS Warrior. He died on 6 January 1919 at Washington DC during the influenza pandemic  and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Private James Schofield, Royal Marine Light Infantry, was serving on the armed yacht HMS Warrior. He died on 23 December 1918 at Washington DC during the influenza pandemic and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Lieutenant William Strong, Canadian Machine Gun Corps, served in France until he was evacuated sick in 1917. He died on 21 December 1919 of tuberculosis at Pasadena, California and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery in April 1920. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Warrant Officer Class 2, Company Serjeant Major, George Mayer Symons, was a regular soldier of The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment), who joined the Army Gymnastic Staff and was attached to the British War Mission as a bayonet fighting instructor. He died at Camp Lee, Virginia on 8 October 1918 and is buried in Poplar Grove National Cemetery, Petersburg. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Writer 3rd Class Thomas Henry Symons, Royal Navy, was serving on the armed yacht HMS Warrior. He died on 21 December 1918 at Washington DC during the influenza pandemic and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Deck Hand Herbert Thomas, Mercantile Marine Reserve, was serving on the armed yacht HMS Warrior. He died on 22 October 1918 at Washington DC during the influenza pandemic and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

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