Braywick Cemetery

Braywick Cemetery was opened in July 1953, the entire cemetery was set out as a ‘Lawn Cemetery’ with specific sections for different religious faiths.

Church of England, Non Conformist, Roman Catholic, Jewish, Muslim and a section for baby interments.

Sir Nicholas Winton is buried in here after he passed at the age of 106 on July 1st 2015. His Memorial ID is 148511249. He was responsible for the rescue of 669 mostly Jewish children via the so-called “Kindertransport” from the Nazis before World War II. To commemorate his work there is a memorial garden in Oaken Grove and a statue on Maidenhead railway station.

View of Braywick Cemetery from the entrance
View of Braywick Cemetery from the entrance
Braywick Cemetery plots
Braywick Cemetery plots
Braywick Cemetery - Wood Carving
Braywick Cemetery – Wood Carving near the entrance

Braywick Cemetery is located on the A308, Braywick Road Maidenhead SL6 1DH.

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