This is the monument for John William Fisher, where his widow, Lilias Stuart, is buried too.
This epigraph is written on it:
"THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED/ IN/ AFFECTIONATE MEMORY OF/ SIR WILLIAM FISHER F.R.C.S./ BORN JANUARY 30th 1788/ DIED MARCH 22nd 1876/ […] FORTY FOUR YEARS SURGEON IN CHIEF TO THE METROPOLITAN POLICE FORCE./ FOR WE KNOW THAT IF OUR EARTHLY HOUSE OF/ […] TABERNACLE WERE DISSOLVED. WE HAVE A/ […] OF GOD AN HOUSE NOT MADE WITH HANDS/ […] IN THE HEAVENS./ ALSO OF HIS WIDOW/ LILIAS STURT,/ DAUGTHER OF COLONEL MACKENZIE/ OF GRUINARD, ROSS-SHIRE, N.B./ BORN JULY 13th 1823/ DIED SEPTEMBER 12th 1892/ […] WILL BE DONE."
This image shows the entire monument .
The following image is a detail of the epigraph of Fishers' grave.
Location of the monument at Kensal Green Cemetery
- Main text and Photos by moc.liamg|89gadicnarf#onitsogA'd acsecnarF and moc.liamg|alleracsocailuig#alleracsoC ailuiG (January 2017)