Southgate Cemetery, sometimes known as Edmonton and Southgate Cemetery or Old Southgate Cemetery, is a cemetery in Waterfall Road, Southgate, London, run by the London Borough of Enfield. The cemetery was established by the Southgate Burial Board in 1880. There is no chapel at the cemetery but Christ Church, Southgate, Church of England church is adjacent on the other side of Waterfall Road. The cemetery contains the war graves of 92 Commonwealth service personnel, 20 from World War I and 72 from World War II.
- William Samuel Glyn-Jones, Politician and pharmacist.
- Thomas Melville, chairman of Southgate Urban District Council.
- Charles Frederick Peploe, vicar of Christ Church, Southgate.
- Lionel Keir Robinson, CBE, MC.
- Rev. William H.I. Simpson of St Andrew's Southgate.
- George Albert Watts, mayor of St Pancras 1938-39.
- Herbert Francis Wauthier, mayor of Southgate 1936-37.
- James Edwin Williams, first general secretary of the National Union of Railwaymen.
- Southgate Cemetery. London Gardens Online. Retrieved 6 August 2016.
- Meller, Hugh, & Brian Parsons. (2011). London cemeteries: An illustrated guide & gazetteer (5th ed.). Stroud: History Press. p. 244. ISBN 978-0-7524-9690-0.
- "Southgate Cemetery, with list of casualties". Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Retrieved 29 April 2018.
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