North Sheen Cemetery
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The cemetery, which adjoins Mortlake Road (the A205 or South Circular Road) and Lower Richmond Road (the A316), opened in 1909 and is still in use. It is also known as Fulham New Cemetery as it provided burials for the then Metropolitan Borough of Fulham when the old Fulham Cemetery on Fulham Palace Road was full. It has a grid layout of paths and had a temporary chapel, which was replaced by a small red brick chapel in 1931.
- Gwyneth Dunwoody (née Phillips; 1930–2008), British Labour Party politician and the longest ever serving female MP in the UK Parliament
- Aleksandra Piłsudska (1882–1963), Polish political activist who was married to Polish leader Józef Piłsudski
- Józef Retinger (1888–1960), Polish political adviser. He was a founder of the European Movement that would lead to the founding of the European Union and was involved in founding the Bilderberg Group
- Tony Smith (GC) (1894–1964) who was awarded the George Cross for rescuing people from a bomb-damaged building in London in 1944
- Mortlake Cemetery (Hammersmith New Cemetery)
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- Find a Grave: North Sheen Cemetery
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