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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.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: monument to the architect John Gibson, designed by himself

RIBA152282
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.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: Durcrow Mausoleum

RIBA152283
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. The mausoleum was erected for Andrew Ducrow's wife in 1837, and was designed by George Danson and built by John Cusworth, mason. See RIBA158399 for a colour version of this image.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: Durcrow Mausoleum

RIBA152284
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. The mausoleum was erected for Andrew Ducrow's wife in 1837, and was designed by George Danson and built by John Cusworth, mason. See RIBA158400 for a colour version of this image.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: monument to H. R. H. Princess Sophia, daughter of King George III

RIBA152289
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. Princess Sophia (1777-1848) was the fifth daughter and eighth child of George III. The sarcophagus was designed by Professor Ludwig Gruner, artistic adviser to Prince Albert and carved by Signor Bardi. See RIBA158401 for a colour version of this image.
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