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The London Dead

Stories from our cemeteries, crypts and churchyards.

  • By David Bingham
  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly one post per month
  • First post on

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Feb 2022 2
Mar 2022 2
Apr 2022 1
May 2022 2
Jun 2022 4
Jul 2022 4
Aug 2022 1
Sep 2022 4
Oct 2022 2
Nov 2022 4
Dec 2022 1
Jan 2023 4
Feb 2023 2
Mar 2023 3
Apr 2023 3
May 2023 4
Jun 2023 4
Jul 2023 1
Aug 2023 0
Sep 2023 4
Oct 2023 4
Nov 2023 3
Dec 2023 1
Jan 2024 0
Feb 2024 4
Mar 2024 0

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Most recent posts

When figures from the past stand tall; Ian Curtis (1956-1980) Macclesfield Cemetery & Crematorium
My father lay dying in Macclesfield, an unknown town to us but the District General there was the nearest hospital to his care home. Network Rail had closed the entire West Coast Main Line down …
On , by David Bingham, 1,620 words
A Winter Afternoon in Brompton Cemetery; 10 January 2024
I’ve strolled through cemeteries around the world, like everyone who is deathly afraid of death and dying (actually, which are we more afraid of —death or dying?) who wants to see his fear's lair, to …
On , by David Bingham, 97 words
Every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way; Joseph Bonomi (1796-1878), Brompton Cemetery
There are eight people buried in the private grave of Joseph Bonomi in Brompton Cemetery, five of his children, his wife and his mother-in-law. The first four of his children predeceased him, all dying within …
On , by David Bingham, 1,841 words