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South Ealing Cemetery Plan

Thanks to Lynn Hayter for providing a copy of this plan published by London Borough of Ealing.

Lynn has a family grave with reference 5 Q D (James Pither was buried here in 1919: see memoriam card):

  • 5: grave number
  • Q: row letter
  • D: section in the cemetery
Lynn described the location of the grave 5QD: on the left hand side of the path coming from the South Ealing Road gate (on the left of the plan south of the Medical Centre). On the plan this is the area marked 'D Chapel'.

The plan shows some section letters have been re-used and Cemetery staff explained "If we are speaking to the public we use 'old cemetery' to describe from South Ealing Road to Roberts Alley (Roberts Alley runs north south down the centre of the plan). 'New cemetery' or 'nc' for the sections across Roberts Alley from Occupation Lane to the War memorial and the perimeter along Lionel Road as far as section S. From the War memorial to Popes Lane are the double sections from BB to NN.

The maps ... were not intended for public use. We know where in the cemetery the grave is because we know the order in which the sections were used."

Plan of South Ealing Cemetery

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Published April 2012