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View of the numerous tombs in the circle of Brompton Cemetery, London, England, with the colonnades in the background.  Below the colonnades are catacombs which were originally conceived as a cheaper alternative burial to having a plot in the grounds of the cemetery. Unfortunately, the catacombs were not a success and only about 500 of the many thousands of places in them were sold.

View of the numerous tombs in the circle of Brompton Cemetery, London, England, with the colonnades in the background. Below the colonnades are catacombs which were originally conceived as a cheaper alternative burial to having a plot in the grounds of the cemetery. Unfortunately, the catacombs were not a success and only about 500 of the many thousands of places in them were sold.

View of the numerous tombs along Center Avenue leading to the central roundrel of Brompton Cemetery, London, England, near the Chapel close to the south end.  Below the colonnades are catacombs which were originally conceived as a cheaper alternative burial to having a plot in the grounds of the cemetery. Unfortunately, the catacombs were not a success and only about 500 of the many thousands of places in them were sold.

View of the numerous tombs along Center Avenue leading to the central roundrel of Brompton Cemetery, London, England, near the Chapel close to the south end. Below the colonnades are catacombs which were originally conceived as a cheaper alternative burial to having a plot in the grounds of the cemetery. Unfortunately, the catacombs were not a success and only about 500 of the many thousands of places in them were sold.

Rare study of early German Stormtroopers and kit- commander, bomber and two 'assaulters' March 1916. via History Hit

Rare study of early German Stormtroopers and kit - commander, bomber and two 'assaulters' (Stürmer) March 1916

View of the numerous tombs in the central roundrel of Brompton Cemetery, London, England, near the Chapel close to the south end.  Below the colonnades are catacombs which were originally conceived as a cheaper alternative burial to having a plot in the grounds of the cemetery. Unfortunately, the catacombs were not a success and only about 500 of the many thousands of places in them were sold.

View of the numerous tombs in the central roundrel of Brompton Cemetery, London, England, near the Chapel close to the south end. Below the colonnades are catacombs which were originally conceived as a cheaper alternative burial to having a plot in the grounds of the cemetery. Unfortunately, the catacombs were not a success and only about 500 of the many thousands of places in them were sold.

Knife thrower Signor Arcaris & sister Miss Rose Arcaris, 1900.  Job description: that would be knife thrower for him, risk taker for her, and together Entertainers and Performers

Title: Untitled (knife thrower Signor Arcaris & sister Miss Rose Arcaris) Artist: Gardner Artist Bio: American photography studio, active late - early century Creation Date: c.

Indian Cavalry awaiting commands to advance, 1916.

The Deccan Horse, part of the Indian Cavalry Division, in Carnoy Valley shortly before their unsuccessful attack at High Wood on the evening of 14 July. Together with the Dragoon Guards, they suffered 102 casualties and lost 130 horses.

View of the numerous tombs in the circle of Brompton Cemetery, London, England, near the Chapel close to the south end.  Below the colonnades (seen in the background here) are catacombs which were originally conceived as a cheaper alternative burial to having a plot in the grounds of the cemetery. Unfortunately, the catacombs were not a success and only about 500 of the many thousands of places in them were sold.

View of the numerous tombs in the circle of Brompton Cemetery, London, England, near the Chapel close to the south end. Below the colonnades (seen in the background here) are catacombs which were originally conceived as a cheaper alternative burial to having a plot in the grounds of the cemetery. Unfortunately, the catacombs were not a success and only about 500 of the many thousands of places in them were sold.

View of the main entry gate to Brompton Cemetery off Old Brompton Road.  Opened in 1839 as the West of London and Westminster Cemetery, its founder was the architect, inventor and entrepreneur Stephen Geary (1797 – 28 Aug 1854), who had previously created cemeteries at Highgate and Nunhead. His best known work was Highgate Cemetery, opened in 1839 where he designed the Egyptian Avenue and the Terrace Catacombs: he was also a founding member of the cemetery company.

View of the main entry gate to Brompton Cemetery off Old Brompton Road. Opened in 1839 as the West of London and Westminster Cemetery, its founder was the architect, inventor and entrepreneur Stephen Geary (1797 – 28 Aug 1854), who had previously created cemeteries at Highgate and Nunhead. His best known work was Highgate Cemetery, opened in 1839 where he designed the Egyptian Avenue and the Terrace Catacombs: he was also a founding member of the cemetery company.

The Pontius United Methodist Church Cemetery preservation project will take Smith more than a year to achieve. Even if all of the gravestones are not found, preserving as many as possible and recording that information will give a visually historic record for Washington Township and Pickaway County. It will also help future generations learn about their ancestors.

Gravestone Transformations Offers A Convenient Way To Donate To A Cemetery Project Or An Ancestor's Gravestone Project. Gravestone Transformations now offers a

The place in which General Neil was killed in the Chinese Bazaar, Indian Mutiny, Lucknow, 1858 | Online Collection | National Army Museum, London

The place in which General Neil was killed in the Chinese Bazaar, Indian Mutiny, Lucknow, 1858

View of numerous tombs in Brompton Cemetery, London, England, with unreadable inscriptions.   There is a 'military section' in the cemetery, however we could not locate it due to the excessive weed growth in most of the cemetery.

View of numerous tombs in Brompton Cemetery, London, England, with unreadable inscriptions. There is a 'military section' in the cemetery, however we could not locate it due to the excessive weed growth in most of the cemetery.

View of the numerous tombs along Center Avenue leading to the central roundrel of Brompton Cemetery, London, England.  Below the colonnades are catacombs which were originally conceived as a cheaper alternative burial to having a plot in the grounds of the cemetery. Unfortunately, the catacombs were not a success and only about 500 of the many thousands of places in them were sold.

View of the numerous tombs along Center Avenue leading to the central roundrel of Brompton Cemetery, London, England. Below the colonnades are catacombs which were originally conceived as a cheaper alternative burial to having a plot in the grounds of the cemetery. Unfortunately, the catacombs were not a success and only about 500 of the many thousands of places in them were sold.

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Prince Awrangzeb facing a maddened elephant named Sudhakar 17th

Prince Aurangzeb Alamgir RA facing a maddened elephant, Sudhakar.

View of the numerous tombs in the central roundrel of Brompton Cemetery, London, England, near the Chapel close to the south end.  No burials were permitted in the central roundrel of the cemetery for 50 years until Queen Victoria intervened in 1889 forcing a change in policy per the request of a close friend who requested to be buried in the roundrel.

View of the numerous tombs in the central roundrel of Brompton Cemetery, London, England, near the Chapel close to the south end. No burials were permitted in the central roundrel of the cemetery for 50 years until Queen Victoria intervened in 1889 forcing a change in policy per the request of a close friend who requested to be buried in the roundrel.

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