Beckenham Crematorium and Cemetery
Beckenham Crematorium and Cemetery is a cemetery in the London Borough of Bromley
Location and History
Beckenham Crematorium and Cemetery is located between South Norwood Country Park and Birkbeck. The cemetery was opened in 1876  although it is often erroneously reported as 1880 and was initially known as the Crystal Palace District Cemetery. It is often referred to today as the Elmers End Cemetery due to its location within Beckenham and proximity to Elmers End station. Beckenham Crematorium opened on the site in 1956.
- 128 World War I graves, including a number of casualties from the Royal Naval Depot at Crystal Palace Park and the Army Services Corp Motor Transport Depot at Grove Park .
- There is a memorial to 21 members of the Beckenham Auxiliary Fire Service who were killed in the course of a single night (19–20 April 1941) during a German raid on the East End of London in World War II. Many of the firemen were buried in the cemetery, some others in nearby West Wickham.
- W.G. Grace
- Frank Bourne
- Thomas Crapper
- George Evans (VC)
- Josiah Stamp, 1st Baron Stamp, his wife, and son the 2nd Baron (died together in air raid 16 April 1941).
- William Walker
- Frederick Wolseley
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