Bax, Clifford b. July 13, 1886 d. November 18, 1962 Author and playwright. Born in Knightsbridge, London, England. Educated at Slade and Heatherly Art School. Edited Orpheus, a theosophical magazine, and the Golden Hind, a literary magazine. He married twice. From his first marriage he had a daughter. From his second he had two stepsons, both killed in WWII. He published, edited or collaborated on 42 different works in his lifetime.
Bebb, Richard b. January 12, 1927 d. April 12, 2006 British Actor. A prolific performer in British theater, television, and radio, his career spanned five decades. He is probably best remembered for his many roles in the "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre" television series that aired from 1950 to 1952, as well as the 'Second Voice' in the original 1954 BBC Radio broadcast of Dylan Thomas's "Under Milk Wood," opposite actor Richard Burton's 'First Voice'. Born Richard Bebb Williams, his father was a physician. He received his education at Highgate...[Read More] (Bio by: William Bjornstad) Golders Green Crematorium, Golders Green, London Borough of Barnet, Greater London, England
Bennett, Arnold [cremation location] b. May 27, 1867 d. March 27, 1931 Novelist, short story writer, dramatist and journalist. Born in Hanley, Staffordshire, the son of a solicitor and the eldest of nine children. He went on to become Editor of "Woman", 1896. Amongst his written works were “Anna of the Five Towns”, “A Man from the North” and “These Twain”. Bennett was also a member of the War Propaganda’s Bureau’s and the British War Memorial Committee, which included many great British writers of the time. Following his cremation at Golders Green, the ashes were...[Read More] (Bio by: Kieran Smith) Golders Green Crematorium, Golders Green, London Borough of Barnet, Greater London, England Plot: Cremation location
Berkman, Louis b. August 6, 1934 d. June 29, 1993 A leading exponent of Jewish liturgical music in Britain. Studied at the Guildhall School of Music and the National School of Opera. He was the principal bariton of the Israeli National Opera.
Bingham, Edward Barry Stewart b. July 26, 1881 d. September 24, 1939 British Navy Rear Admiral, World War I Victoria Cross Recipient. He received the award from British King George V on December 13, 1918 at Buckingham Palace, London, England for his actions as a commander of a British Navy destroyer division on May 31, 1916 during the Battle of Jutland in the North Sea, off the western coast of Denmark. Born into a prestigious family, he was the 3rd son of John Bingham, the 5th Baron Clanmorris of Northern Ireland. In 1895 he joined the British Royal Navy as an...[Read More] (Bio by: William Bjornstad) Golders Green Crematorium, Golders Green, London Borough of Barnet, Greater London, England
Bloom, Enid Lillian b. February 21, 1924 d. November 9, 1996 Highly regarded British sculptor. Born in London, she lived and worked in Hampstead. After training at St. Martin’s School of Art, she became a commercial artist and later studied sculpture with the well known sculptress, Karin Jonzen. Inspired by the human form, her classical bronze and terra cotta figures were modelled in the contemporary fashion. She was influenced by many, Rodin to Dalou and her studio walls were hung with many of Mary Cassatt’s exquisite pictures of mothers and children...[Read More] (Bio by: Kieran Smith) Golders Green Crematorium, Golders Green, London Borough of Barnet, Greater London, England
Blumenfeld, Simon b. November 25, 1907 d. April 3, 2005 Author and Dramatist. Throughout his 20's and 30's Blumenfeld wrote plays, and published four novels, of which the best known was "Jew Boy", about the East End; it originally came out in the US as The Iron Garden in 1932, was published in Britain in 1935 and was republished over 50 years later. Simon's famed 1937 novel, "Phineas Kahn", was republished in 1988, with an introduction by Steven Berkoff. Little is known about his plays, except The Battle Of Cable Street, which surfaced at the...[Read More] (Bio by: Kieran Smith) Golders Green Crematorium, Golders Green, London Borough of Barnet, Greater London, England
Bolan, Marc Feld b. September 30, 1947 d. September 16, 1977 British musician, born in London and founder, along with Steve Took, of the famous 1970's group T-Rex. His songs included "Ride a White Swan" "21st Century Boy" and "Metal Guru." He was at the forefront of the Glam Rock era. Marc Bolan died following a car crash, in which his Mini hit a tree. The car was being driven by his girlfriend, American singer Gloria Jones. The plaque marking his grave is very often stolen by his fans, and is continuously being replaced. On the anniversary of his death...[Read More] (Bio by: Kieran Smith) Golders Green Crematorium, Golders Green, London Borough of Barnet, Greater London, England Plot: West Statue Rosebed, Section 5, Plot E 35979
Bosanquet, Bernard b. July 14, 1848 d. February 8, 1923 Leading philosopher and social reformer. One of the principal exponents of late nineteenth and early twentieth century ‘Absolute Idealism’, Bosanquet was the leading British philosopher of his generation. His 20 books and some 150 papers are still in regular use in Europe and America. Bosanquet was also one of the earliest philosophers in the Anglo-American world to appreciate the work of Edmund Husserl, Benedetto Croce, Giovanni Gentile and Emile Durkheim. (Bio by: Kieran Smith) Golders Green Crematorium, Golders Green, London Borough of Barnet, Greater London, England