Came across this article today and, must admit that it showed up my ignorance on war graves. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/10/war-graves-lost-court-gives-council-permission-bury-civilians/ The heading is somewhat alarming, although the CWGC say that no burials will take place “directly on top of a war grave”. The CWGC site Camberwell Old Cemetery states that there are around 131 WW1 graves “scattered throughout the cemetery that could not be individually marked” (I wonder why?). I believe that a CWGC cemetery search does not return any unidentified graves so I assume that the 48 graves in the newspaper article are additional to the 305 that are recorded. What did surprise me was that if the graves are accepted to be war casualties and that their location is known, that they have not been commemorated (irrespective of whether a name is known or not).