Twickenham Cemetery

Twickenham Cemetery is saved from flat dullness by a pair of Decorated chapels with porte cochere. The only memorial of note, to the author Francis Francis, was a large rough-hewn granite boulder: Meller shows this with fishing rod, basket and hat, but like so many memorial bronzes, the part of the sculpture that could be torn off and stolen, has been.

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St George’s Gardens

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East Sheen Cemetery

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Willesden Orthodox Jewish Cemetery

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Paddington New Cemetery

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