Kay Kendall Harrison

Born: 1927 | Died: 1959 | Grave: H 004 | Category: Arts

Film actress, notably in the 1953 film Geneveive. Wife of Rex Harrison. Her head stone has fine lettering and decoration by Reynolds Stone.

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James Redfern

Born: 1838 | Died: 1876 | Grave: B 014 | Category: Arts

Sculptor. His work included 60 statues for west front of Salisbury Cathedral, 8 Christian virtues in pinnacle of Albert Memorial, Christ in Majesty at Westminster Chapter House, and St George and Dragon on Crimea memorial outside Westminster Abbey.

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Martindale Sidwell

Born: 1916 | Died: 1998 | Grave: G Bay | Category: Arts

Organist and Music Director Hampstead Parish Church (1946 – 1992), and St Clement Danes (1957 – 1992),; founder, Hampstead Choral Society (1946 – 1981),, London Bach Orchestra (1967 – 1981),. Professor of Royal Society of Church Music (1958 – 1968),.Taught organ at Trinity College of Music and Royal Academy of Music (1963 – 1984), (Independent…

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Barbara (nee Hill), Sidwell

Born: 1920 | Died: 2008 | Grave: G Bay | Category: Arts

Pianist and harpsichordist. Taught first at Henrietta Barnet and Highgate Schools. Professor of Piano, Royal College of Music (1964 – 1990),. Wife of Martindale Sidwell for 54 years, and mother of two sons. Lived at 1 Frognal Gardens.

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Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree

Born: 1853 | Died: 1917 | Grave: G Bay | Category: Arts | Tags: Actor

Actor-manager, Haymarket Theatre (1887-1897),. Built Her Majesty’s theatre, founded RADA (1904),, knighted (1909),. He lodged in Haverstock Hill in the 1880s and lived grandly at The Grange, Branch Hill 1890-91. One of his 3 daughters, the actress Violet Parsons, who died in 1938is buried next to him in F 002. The film director Carol Reed…

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Ellen Gertrude Hill

Born: 1841 | Died: 1928 | Grave: E 089 | Category: Arts

Ellen and her sister Constance (1844 – 1929),, nieces of Sir Rowland Hill, lived for many years at 110 Frognal and previously with their father at 27 Thurlow Road. Ellen was a portrait painter, who also ran a servants’ home at No 1 New End Square. Constance was a writer.

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