Huguenot Burial Ground (also known as Mount Nod, Huguenot Cemetery)8774

Greater London, England, Greater London

Brief Description

The burial ground was closed in 1854 and later reopened as a public garden, and contains a number of historic monuments.

History

The Huguenot Burial Ground opened in c.1687 as the burial ground for the French Church, which was located opposite Wandsworth parish church of All Saints. The burial ground was used by the Huguenot refugees who settled in Wandsworth during the C16th and C17th, fleeing France after the Edict of Nantes in 1685. The burial ground later became know as Mount Nod; it was enlarged in 1700 and again in 1735.

Visitor Facilities

Opening is unrestricted.
Features
  • Tomb
  • Description: Paggen Table Tomb; Cotterell & Allen Table Tomb; Samuel John Table Tomb; John Gilham Table Tomb; Errington Ward Table Tomb.
Access & Directions

Access Contact Details

Opening is unrestricted.

Directions

Rail/London Overground: Clapham Junction. Bus: 37, 39, 77A, 156, 170, 219, 337
References

Contributors

  • London Parks and Gardens Trust