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Mill Hill Cemetery, Milespit Hill, London

Mill Hill Cemetery, Milespit Hill, London


Tree: 1. Essex Ennevers

In 1923 the Metropolitan Borough of Paddington resolved to aquire land for a new cemetery as its cemetery in Willesden Lane NW2 was rapidly becoming filled. Advertisements were not placed until 1929, seeking offers of land which had to be within 8 miles of Paddington Town Hall.

The Borough Council appointed Mr. E. E. Lofting as architect in 1933 and the 26 acres that became the New Paddington Cemetery were opened in 1936.

The Cemetery Committee approved the estimated costs of £5,945 for the Chapel. Internally the apse and the altar were to be capable of screening off with curtains to enable the chapel to be used for non denominational services.

The foundation stone for the brick chapel was laid on 27th October 1936. The chapel came into use in May 1937 when the apse of the chapel and part of the burial land were consecrated by the Rt. Rev. Lord Bishop of Kensington. The first private burial took place on 22nd February 1938.


Latitude: 51.6131220, Longitude: -0.2377996


Mill Hill Cemetery
Mill Hill Cemetery


   Name   Location 
1.Mill Hill CemeteryEngland


Matches 1 to 3 of 3

   Last name, First name(s)    Buried    Person ID   Tree 
1 BRAIN, Elizabeth May  Mill Hill Cemetery, Milespit Hill, London I777 1. Essex Ennevers 
2 ENNEVER, Joseph Aloysius  Mill Hill Cemetery, Milespit Hill, London I142 1. Essex Ennevers 
3 ENNEVER, Joseph Harvey Grahame  Mill Hill Cemetery, Milespit Hill, London I778 1. Essex Ennevers 
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