Honor Oak Crematorium

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Honor Oak Crematorium

The address is Honor Oak Crematorium, Brenchley Gardens, Brockley Way Forest Hill, London
Southwark, London Borough of Southwark, Greater London, SE23 3RD England Add to Map
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This location at HONOR OAK CREMATORIUM is for ashes that have been buried either in the memorial gardens or in wall niches.

Ashes that have been scattered at Honor Oak should not be added to this location but should be added to Find A Grave under the burial tab marked Other, and then Ashes Scattered. Please check before adding an ashes burial to this location. This can be done by checking the cremation register at Honor Oak. Each entry will give details of what has happened to the ashes. Most ashes are scattered, but some are removed by relatives or friends, some are moved elsewhere for reburial, and the registers will usually indicate where and when this has happened.

Honor Oak was built in 1939 and was designed by William Ball and Maurice Webb, son of Sir Aston Webb, designer of the nearby Camberwell New Cemetery. It has in it's registers over 150,000 names, including physician Dr. Harold Arundel Moody, who founded the British civil rights movement The League Of Coloured People in 1931. It is part of the complex that includes Camberwell New Cemetery and the local authority Bereavement Services are also located there.

Telephone 020 7639 3121

Fax 020 7732 3557


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  • Added: 24 Aug 2016
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2621090