"Among the historically significant tombs is that of Dorothy Frances Victoria Burton (d. 1908), which was sculpted by Richard Goulden and cast by her father. A metal founder at Thames Ditton he was responsible for the Queen Alexandra Fountain outside Marlborough House (q.v.). Others buried here include Arthur Ranyard (d.1894) whose fine memorial has a female figure; Ranyard was Secretary of the Royal Astronomical Association and editor of 'Knowledge' from 1888-1894; Thomas Hansard (d.1891) who was the proprietor and editor of Hansard's Parliamentary Debates from 1833-1888; Joseph Moloney (d.1896), an explorer in the African Congo; William Young (d.1901), one-time Governor of the Gold Coast; and Alfred Lord Webb-Johnson of Stoke on Trent (d.1958) an eminent surgeon and the longest serving president of the Royal College of Surgeons from 1941-49 and President of the Royal Society of Medicine in 1950-52." — the Kingston on Thames section of the www.londongardensonline.org site

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The Cemetery

Tombs

Gravemarkers and memorials

References

Graves, Algernon. The Royal Academy of Arts: a complete dictionary of contributors. Volume 1. Google Books. Web. 13 September 2012.

Kingston Cemetery and Crematorium." London Gardens Online. Web. 13 September 2012.

Laxton, William. The Civil engineer and architect's journal. 18 (1855): 102. Google Books. Copy in the University of Virgina Library. Web. 13 September 2012.


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