John Ryalls and nanny Bertha McIntyre were killed in the German bombardment of Scarborough
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Scarborough WW1 graves restored to mark centenary

Graves have been restored at the final resting place of people killed in a World War One raid in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.

The Friends of Dean and Manor Road Cemetery has found the graves of every bombardment victim.

The work was carried out to mark the centenary of the start of the conflict.

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