The elevated position of the eastern cemetery provides a sweeping view to the north and a view of the River Thames can be glimpsed from near the chapel. The eastern side is formally laid out and has a number of interesting monuments. The western side opened in the mid-1940s and this part of the site has little evidence of a designed layout, the area dotted about with flowering cherries.
C Webb revised ed. of P Wolfston 'Greater London Cemeteries and Crematoria', Society of Genealogists, 1994
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