Tomb of Mary Jane Seacole (23 November 1805 – 14 May 1881), St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cemetery, London
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cemetery is located at Kensal Green in London, next to the famous and more celebrated Kensal Green Cemetery
It has its own Catholic Chapel
It was established in 1858, and is the final resting place for more than 165,000 individuals of the Roman Catholic faith
During the first eight years of its existence some 12,500 burials took place, many of the Irish migrants of the Great Famine years finding their last resting place there
Mary Jane Seacole (23 November 1805 – 14 May 1881), is buried there,
She was a Jamaican-born woman of Scottish and Creole descent who set up a "British Hotel" behind the lines during the Crimean War. She provided succour for wounded servicemen on the battlefield.
She was posthumously awarded the Jamaican Order of Merit in 1991. In 2004 she was voted the greatest black Briton
She converted to Catholicism about 1860
Prince Louis Lucien Bonaparte (1813-1881) – Fourth son of Napoleon Bonaparte’s brother Lucien, philologist and politician
James Burns (1808–1871) Catholic publisher
Father Frederick Charles Copleston, SJ, CBE (10 April 1907 – 3 February 1994) Jesuit priest, philosopher, and historian of philosophy
Fr. Martin Cyril D'Arcy S.J. (1888–1976) Roman Catholic priest, philosopher of love, and a correspondent, friend, and adviser of a range of literary figures including Evelyn Waugh, Dorothy L. Sayers and W. H. Auden
Gilbert Charles Harding (5 June 1907 – 16 November 1960, Marylebone, London), English journalist and radio and television personality
Andrea Carlo Lucchesi, 1860-1925 sculptor
Fr Cyril Charles Martindale S.J. (1879 – 1963) – Jesuit priest, scholar & writer
John Hungerford Pollen (1820-1902) English writer on crafts and furniture.
Alexander Mark Rossi (1840 – 9 January 1916) British artist
Fr. Herbert Henry Charles Thurston, S.J. (15 November 1856 – 3 November 1939) Jesuit writer and historian
Francis Sylvester Walker (1848–1916) Irish painter, illustrator and etcher.