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Teddington Cemetery

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Teddington Cemetery

Teddington Cemetery
The chapel, Teddington Cemetery
Established 1879
Location Teddington, London
Country England
Type Active
Owned by Richmond upon Thames Council
Website Official website: Teddington Cemetery
Find a Grave Teddington Cemetery

Teddington Cemetery is a Grade II listed[1] cemetery in Teddington in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

The cemetery, which opened in 1879, is located at Shacklegate Lane, Teddington TW11 8SF.[2]

Notable burials

Blackmore family grave in Teddington Cemetery


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  2. ^ "Teddington Cemetery". Cemeteries.  
  3. ^ Singh, Anita (8 April 2008). "Yoko Ono and Stella McCartney attend 'fifth Beatle' Neil Aspinall's funeral".  
  4. ^ "People of historical note buried in the borough A to L". Local Studies Library.  
  5. ^ Sharp, Barry (1 November 2008). "John Sleeper Clarke".  
  6. ^ "Burial Registers Search: London Borough of Richmond on Thames". Retrieved 1 August 2010. 

External links

  • Official website: Teddington Cemetery
  • Teddington Cemetery map
  • Find a Grave: Teddington Cemetery
  • London Gardens Online: Teddington Cemetery
  • Parks & Gardens UK: Teddington Cemetery
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