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A rectangular Byzantine style mausoleum with a central dome and windows to the north and south in the form of a stylised cross. The interior is decorated with gold mosaic. Edmund Chaplin Baldwin OBE was a Chartered Accountant and lived at 9 Windlesham Avenue, Brighton. There is a stained-glass window dedicated to Baldwin in St. Peter’s Church, Brighton. The Extra-Mural Cemetery covers land formerly the open arable field of Scabes Castle, a late eighteenth-century farm with buildings in Hartington Road.
stone & black marble
H 300 x W 200 x D 300 cm
commissioned by Baldwin family
Tomb or mausoleum
Grade II (England and Wales)
time restrictions apply
October–March 9am–4pm, Sunday 11am–4pm, April–September 9am–5.30pm, Sunday 11am–5.30pm