The Mausolea & Monuments Trust

Pocklington Mausoleum

Classical mausoleum of polished Peterhead granite, with a pediment supported by four detached columns.

Architect

Not known

Year Built

1920

Style

Neo-Classical

History

Thomas Pocklington (1860-1935) left a substantial sum in his will for the care, welfare and education of blind people. This is now administered by the Pocklington Trust, a registered charity. His mausoleum stands on the site of the cemetery's former conservatory.

Condition

Good (2002)

Sources

BoE: London 4 (1998) 354;

Jean Pateman: In Highgate Cemetery (Friends of Highgate Cemetery, 1992)

Links

Highgate Cemetery website

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Location

Highgate East Cemetery (Section III),
Swains Lane,
London

N6 6PJ


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