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The tomb of Captain George Chapman, late 2nd Battalion Royal Fusiliers of 9 Cathcart Road, South Kensington, born 13 Dec 1814, died 22 Mar 1897.  Also of Fitz Roy George Westmacott Chapman, son, born 29 Jul 1843, died 13 Dec 1894.  Also of Mary Ann Chapman wife of Captain George Chapman and mother of Fitz Roy George Westmacott Chapman, born 29 Oct 1808, died 6 Feb 1896.

The tomb of Captain George Chapman, late 2nd Battalion Royal Fusiliers of 9 Cathcart Road, South Kensington, born 13 Dec 1814, died 22 Mar 1897. Also of Fitz Roy George Westmacott Chapman, son, born 29 Jul 1843, died 13 Dec 1894. Also of Mary Ann Chapman wife of Captain George Chapman and mother of Fitz Roy George Westmacott Chapman, born 29 Oct 1808, died 6 Feb 1896.

Close-up of the family tomb of Bishop George Crey Wilkirson, M.A., Priest Inordinary to His Majesty the King Captain ICB, the Queens Regiment, born 30 Oct 1861, died 15 May 1915.  Also Major Henry Frederick Wilkirson, CB, late 3rd Battalion the Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment, and second in command of the Metropolitan Special Constabulary during the Great War (1914-1918) son of the late Bishop, born 14 Jul 1863, died 17 Aug 1918.  “A very perfect gentleman, he lived and died for his…

Close-up of the family tomb of Bishop George Crey Wilkirson, M.A., Priest Inordinary to His Majesty the King Captain ICB, the Queens Regiment, born 30 Oct 1861, died 15 May 1915. Also Major Henry Frederick Wilkirson, CB, late 3rd Battalion the Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment, and second in command of the Metropolitan Special Constabulary during the Great War (1914-1918) son of the late Bishop, born 14 Jul 1863, died 17 Aug 1918. “A very perfect gentleman, he lived and died for his…

Layout Plan of Brompton Cemetery, which covers of an area 39 acres within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, in West London.  Some 35,000 monuments, from simple headstones to substantial mausolea, mark the resting place of more than 205,000 burials. The site includes large plots for family mausolea, and common graves where coffins are piled deep into the earth, as well as a small columbarium. There is also a secluded Garden of Remembrance at the northern end, for cremated remains.

Layout Plan of Brompton Cemetery, which covers of an area 39 acres within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, in West London. Some 35,000 monuments, from simple headstones to substantial mausolea, mark the resting place of more than 205,000 burials. The site includes large plots for family mausolea, and common graves where coffins are piled deep into the earth, as well as a small columbarium. There is also a secluded Garden of Remembrance at the northern end, for cremated remains.

The family tomb of Major General Sir George Hutt, LCB (left side NFI) and his widow Adela Hutt, born 22 June 1835, died 29 Sep 1905.

The family tomb of Major General Sir George Hutt, LCB (left side NFI) and his widow Adela Hutt, born 22 June 1835, died 29 Sep 1905.

Royal Garrison Artillery 9.2" Howitzer of 91st Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery in position under camouflage netting in readiness for the opening barrage of Arras, 1 April 1917".   The Royal Garrison Artillery (RGA) was an arm of the British Army's Royal Artillery that was originally tasked with manning the guns of the British Empire's forts and fortresses, including coastal artillery batteries, the heavy gun batteries attached to each infantry division, and the guns of the siege artillery.

Royal Garrison Artillery 9.2" Howitzer of 91st Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery in position under camouflage netting in readiness for the opening barrage of Arras, 1 April 1917". The Royal Garrison Artillery (RGA) was an arm of the British Army's Royal Artillery that was originally tasked with manning the guns of the British Empire's forts and fortresses, including coastal artillery batteries, the heavy gun batteries attached to each infantry division, and the guns of the siege artillery.

Tomb of Colonel Sir Edward Willis Duncan Ward, Baronet, GBE, KCB, KCVO (17 Dec 1853-11 Sep 1928), notable reformer of army administration, improving efficiency of mobilization, medical services and supplies. Also of his son, Sir Edward Simons Ward, Baronet, late Grenadier Guards (11 Jul 1882-21 Jul 1930) as a result of an airplane accident.  Also Florence Caroline Ward wife of Sir Edward Willis Duncan Ward and mother.

Tomb of Colonel Sir Edward Willis Duncan Ward, Baronet, GBE, KCB, KCVO (17 Dec 1853-11 Sep 1928), notable reformer of army administration, improving efficiency of mobilization, medical services and supplies. Also of his son, Sir Edward Simons Ward, Baronet, late Grenadier Guards (11 Jul 1882-21 Jul 1930) as a result of an airplane accident. Also Florence Caroline Ward wife of Sir Edward Willis Duncan Ward and mother.

View of numerous tombs in Brompton Cemetery, London, England, with unreadable inscriptions.   While we were there, we asked the gardening folks (who were in the process of trimming back the weeds in the northern section of the cemetery) when they would cut back this vegetation. They told us they would cut it back during the winter months.   There is a 'military section' in the cemetery, however we could not locate it due to the excessive weed growth in most of the cemetery.

View of numerous tombs in Brompton Cemetery, London, England, with unreadable inscriptions. While we were there, we asked the gardening folks (who were in the process of trimming back the weeds in the northern section of the cemetery) when they would cut back this vegetation. They told us they would cut it back during the winter months. There is a 'military section' in the cemetery, however we could not locate it due to the excessive weed growth in most of the cemetery.

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