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Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: tomb of Sir James Law Lushington (died 1859)

RIBA152270
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: a sarcophagus shaped tomb George Bellas Greenough

RIBA152271
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. George Bellas Greenough (1778-1855) was the first president of the Geological Society of London and a founder of University College London. His tomb is made of Peterhead granite.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London:detail of the monument to Ninon Michaelis by Henry Alfred Pegram

RIBA152272
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: monument to the architect Henry Edward Kendall, designed by him as his family tomb

RIBA152273
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. See RIBA158394 for a colour version of this image.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: mausoleum to Lieutenant-General James Perry and Sir Patrick O'Brian

RIBA152274
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: tomb of Major General Sir William Casement

RIBA152275
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. See RIBA158395 for a colour version of this image.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: tomb of William Mulready, painter by Godfrey Sykes

RIBA152276
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. William Mulready, Irish painter (1765-1863).

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: tomb of William Mulready, painter by Godfrey Sykes

RIBA152277
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. William Mulready, Irish painter (1765-1863).

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: tomb of William Mulready, painter by Godfrey Sykes

RIBA152278
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. William Mulready, Irish painter (1765-1863).

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: tomb of Mary Gibson by J. S Farley

RIBA152279
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: tomb of Mary Gibson by J. S Farley

RIBA152280
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: mausoleum to the Molyneaux family by John Gibson

RIBA152281
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. See RIBA158397 for a colour version of this image.
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