Old Mortlake Burial Ground
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Old Mortlake Burial Ground, also known as Old Mortlake Cemetery, is a cemetery in Mortlake in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, at Avenue Gardens, London SW14 8BP. Established in 1854, and enlarged in 1877, it is now managed by Richmond upon Thames Borough Council.
Notable people buried in Old Mortlake Burial Ground include:
- Sir Arthur Bliss (1891–1975), composer and conductor
- Sir Edwin Chadwick (1800–1890), social reformer
- Henry Clutton (1819–1893), architect and designer
- Rear Admiral Lord William FitzRoy (1782–1857), Royal Navy officer and Member of Parliament. His grave is marked by an obelisk
- Charles Dickens, Jr. (1837–1896), writer, editor, and eldest son of the famous novelist
- Georgina Hogarth (1827–1917), sister-in-law, housekeeper, and adviser of novelist Charles Dickens and the editor of two volumes of his collected letters after his death
- Admiral Sir Erasmus Ommanney KCB, FRS, FRGS, JP (1814–1904), Royal Navy officer and Arctic explorer
- Thomas German Reed (1817–1888), theatrical manager, composer, musical director, actor and singer who, with his wife Priscilla Horton (1818–1895), created the German Reed Entertainments, family-friendly musical plays "of a refined nature"
- "Old Mortlake Burial Ground". London Gardens Online. London Parks and Gardens Trust. Retrieved 12 June 2016.
-  CWGC cemetery report, breakdown obtained from casualty record.
- "People of historical note buried in the borough A to L". London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. 21 June 2017. Retrieved 9 October 2020.