Hampton Cemetery, London
|Owned by||Richmond upon Thames Borough Council|
Hampton Cemetery is a cemetery on Hollybush Lane in Hampton in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. It was opened in 1879 and is now managed by Richmond upon Thames London Borough Council.
There is a memorial to William Hodson (1821–1858) who was a British leader of irregular light cavalry during the Indian Mutiny; he is buried in Lucknow. His widow, Susan Annette Hodson (died 4 November 1884), who had a grace-and-favour apartment at Hampton Court Palace, is buried here.
- Sir Francis Mark Farmer (1866–1922) was a dental surgeon and lecturer on dental surgery and pathology at the London Hospital who made contributions on facial restoration.
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