The cemetery contains 565 Commonwealth burials (481 United Kingdom soldiers, 69 Canadian soldiers, 14 South African soldiers and 1 Australian soldiers) and commemorations. 153 of the burials are unidentified but there are special memorials are erected to 13 casualties known or believed to be buried among them.
Other special memorials record the names of 117 casualties buried in Marchelepot British Cemetery and in three German cemeteries, whose graves could not be found. The cemetery also contains the graves of 43 Second World War airmen.
The relocation of the cemeteries:
CRESSY CHURCHYARD FRENCH EXTENSION, where 36 United Kingdom soldiers were reburied by the French authorities after the Armistice.
DANCOURT GERMAN CEMETERY No. 1,where two RAF officeres who fell in June, 1918, were buried.
DRESLINCOURT GERMAN CEMETERY, on the road to Potte, where four United Kingdom soldiers were buried.
FERME D'EREUSE FRENCH MILITARY CEMETERY, BERNY-SUR-NOYE, on the West side of the farm, where two men of the Tank Corps were buried in July, 1918, and one RAF officer in August.
GOYENCOURT GERMAN CEMETERY, on the road to Roye, where five United Kingdom soldiers and one RAF officers were buried in March-June, 1918.
HATTENCOURT FRENCH and GERMAN CEMETERIES, on the road to Fresnoy-les-Roye, where 14 United Kingdom soldiers and one airman were buried.
LE FOLOISE FRENCH MILITARY CEMETERY, near the road to Esclainvillers, where nine men of the Tank Corps were buried in July, 1918, and one RAF officer in August.
MARCHELEPOT BRITISH CEMETERY, on the North-East side of the village, used by the British in the early months of 1918 and by the Germans in March-August, 1918, and containing 115 British graves.
ROYE GERMAN CEMETERY, where 85 United Kingdom soldiers were buried by the enemy in March and April 1918.
SOLENTE COMMUNAL CEMETERY (Oise), where one United Kingdom Officer was buried in March, 1918.