Cemetery Archives: Chiswick New Cemetery

Chiswick New Cemetery

Chiswick New Cemetery is dull and unimaginative: squeezed in between the A40 and a railway line, beneath the Heathrow flight path, it's also the noisiest cemetery I've visited. The monuments are uniformly uninspired twentieth century slabs, and the chapel is unmistakably municipal in origin. My one pleasing find was the grave of the Body family.

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