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LISTED MONUMENTS AT BROMPTON CEMETERY

Brompton Cemetery is a Grade I Listed site in the national Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.
The Chapel, the colonnades, and the gate and screens on Old Brompton Road are all Grade II* Listed,
while the gates and screen on Fulham Road at Grade II.

The Chelsea Pensioners' Monument, the Guards' Memorial and 25 individual monuments are Grade II and one,
the chest tomb of the ship builder and art patron Frederick Leyland, by Edward Burne-Jones, is Grade II*.

Chelsea Pensioners
List monuments at Brompton Cemetery
Guards Monument
Chelsea Pensioners' Monument (Grade II)
Guards' Memorial (Grade II)
Bonomi

Brass monument

Burnside
Joseph Bonomi (Grade II)
Brass family (Grade II)
Burnside (Grade II)
Bond monument
Borthwick
Emily Adney Bond (Grade II)
Peter Borthwick (Grade II)
Clement monument
Coombes monument
Fitch monument
Clement family (Grade II)
Robert Coombes (Grade II)
Herbert Fitch (Grade II)
Godwin Golding
Jackson
George Godwin (Grade II)
Benjamin Golding (Grade II)
John Jackson (Grade II)
Lambert
Macchetta
Percy Lambert (Grade II)
Harvey Lewis (Grade II)
Blanche Roosevelt Macchetta (Grade II)
Leyland
McDonald
Frederick R. Leyland (Grade II*)
James McDonald (Grade II)
Meyrick
Colonel William Meyrick (Grade II)
Elizabeth Moffat (Grade II)
Nowell
Princep
Philip Nowell (Grade II)
Valentine Cameron Prinsep (Grade II)
Mellon
Pankhurst
Alfred Mellon (Grade II)
Emmeline Pankhurst (Grade II)
Henry Pettit (Grade II)
Sangiorgi
Sotheby
Warneford
Barbe Maria Theresa Sangiorgi (Grade II)
Samuel Leigh Sotheby (Grade II)
Flight Sub Lieutenant Reginald Warneford VC
(Grade II)

All photographs © Robert Stephenson

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