I thought you might be interested in a little more information regarding some of the burials. Amongst them is the grave I went to visit, that of Solomon Joseph. He was a councillor in Folkestone, and sadly was killed in the Dover Tram accident (the worst in the UK) on 20 August 1917. Even more poignantly, he died on a day of celebration in his family, having come to help celebrate the golden wedding of his brother-in-law, Rabbi Bernstein.
This link to our website gives more details about the accident and other victims:
Also buried in the cemetery are two casualties from war-time, Philip Myers, who served in the Canadian Infantry and died in 1917 (he was, however, a sailor before he joined up on 12 June 1915), and Jack Barnston of the Rifle Brigade, who died in 1940. They are both marked by Commonwealth War Graves headstones; there is a third casualty there also, whose headstone I have asked a Dutch friend to translate - I am not yet certain of the words. However, the casualty is named L. Zwartser and his dates are 2 August 1908 to 25 June 1944.
With best wishes, Marilyn Stephenson-Knight
Founder, The Dover War memorial Project