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Shepherds Lane Cemetery Beaconsfield

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The grave of the writer GK Chesterton (died 1936) and his wife Frances (died 1939) with headstone carved by Eric Gill.

On this occasion, I was gathering information for friends, but I have been myself several times. A... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2018
william585
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Kingston upon Thames, United Kingdom
Appreciating the history

We did not know this small cemetery existed. Tucked away amongst the houses down this lane. 30... read more

Reviewed 3 August 2017
Elisa F
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Beaconsfield, United Kingdom
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11 Apr 2018
“The grave of the writer GK Chesterton (died 1936) and his wife Frances (died 1939) with headstone carved by Eric Gill.”
2 Aug 2017
“Appreciating the history”
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Reviewed 12 April 2018

On this occasion, I was gathering information for friends, but I have been myself several times. A peaceful spot commemorating great people. My friends were 3 members of the GK Chesterton Society of Croatia.

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Reviewed 3 August 2017

We did not know this small cemetery existed. Tucked away amongst the houses down this lane. 30 minutes of reading headstones and acknowledging the past lives of those that lived in Beaconsfield. Only comment is that the some older graves have been overtaken by trees...More

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