16 Church St
During both World Wars, Perth Infirmary, containing 100 beds, became Perth War Hospital. The 1914-1918 burials are located in many different parts of the cemetery. In the early months of the 1939-1945 War the local authorities set aside a special section in the Jeanfield Division, opposite the Jeanfield Road entrance, for Commonwealth and Allied war graves, and in this section there is a small group of Commonwealth graves. The other Commonwealth graves are in various parts of the cemetery, in situations chosen by those who arranged the interments. During the 1939-1945 war this cemetery was one of those selected for use as a Polish cemetery when Scotland became the base for the Polish Armed Forces in the United Kingdom. This is at the southern end of the Jeanfield Division and contains over 350 burials. In a commanding position in the cemetery, and north of the Commonwealth 1939-1945 War graves, stands a granite Cross of Sacrifice.