- Numerous graves associated with the Royal docks including memorial to 52 who died of yellow fever on HMS Firebrand in 1861
- Eltham Cemetery & Crematorium (aka Falconwood)
- Norwegian section
- Nikolai Ogarev, Russian dissident, intellectual, poet.
- Many graves and memorials to those killed at work in the Woolwich Royal Arsenal including one to the victims of the ‘Guncotton’ and ‘Lyddite’ explosions of 1913. A total of 16 men were killed and names are inscribed on the granite memorial by the chapel.
- Two former Mayors of Woolwich; Sir Edwin Hughes and Albert Gorman
- Woolwich Cemetery
- Memorial to 120 victims from the Princess Alice disaster which sank in a collision on the Thames in 1878. The disaster is the worst ever recorded on the Thames with over 600 victims. Those who died were mostly poisoned due to pollution rather than drowning!
havebeen scanned and are accessible to all on the Deceased Online website www.deceasedonline.com