Guildford Cemetery is surrounded by low-density houses with gardens and a covered reservoir beyond the east corner, immediately south of the successive residential streets of the Guildford Park and Farnham Road neighbourhoods west of Guildford, on the 'Guildown' or 'Mount' section of the western North Downs here forming the widest section of the Hog's Back.
Guildford Cemetery has in part views overlooking the town centre. Plots have been laid out to the maximum number its civic authority owner permits under rules set out in the 2000s. Burials are permitted in plots reserved or within an existing family grave to the deceased subject to a maximum of four related burials per plot.
- Edward Carpenter, the gay socialist poet and activist
- Charles Lutwidge Dodgson ("Lewis Carroll"), the author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
- Edwin Heron Dodgson, the younger brother of C. L. Dodgson, a missionary
- All five of Charles and Edwin Dodgson's sisters are also buried here
- Sir Alfred Gaselee, army general
- Sir John Rose, 1st Baronet, Canadian Finance Minister
Notes and references
- Guildford Borough Cemeteries website
-  CWGC Cemetery record, breakdown from casualty record.
- Mount Cemetery on Find A Grave website
- . . .and the Lord Taketh Away, by Roger Nicholas. ISBN 0-9543753-2-7
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