The Mausolea & Monuments Trust

De Vezlo Mausoleum

The mausoleum is a small apsed chapel with square windows, a cross over the gable, and low fancy iron railings. A marble coffin can be seen within.

Architect

Not known

Year Built

1901

History

Built to commemorate Guilaume [sic] Henri Comte de Vezlo (1894-1901) who died aged seven. Beside his plaque is another referring to Annette Rosamonde Bosio, Comtesse de Vezlo (d.1938) presumably the mother.

Condition

Poor, a large sheet of plastic has been thrown over the roof to keep the rain out and the railings are in a bad state (2006).

Sources

H Meller, London Cemeteries: An Illustrated Guide and Gazetteer (1985) 209.

Links

St Mary Magdalen's church, Mortlake website

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Location

Churchyard of St Mary Magdalen (RC),
61 North Worple Way,
Mortlake,
London

SW14 8PR

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