Honor Oak Crematorium records have been made available on Deceased Online.
Deceased Online says: “Honor Oak Crematorium and its beautiful gardens were established in 1939, adjacent to Camberwell New Cemetery, and was opened by Lord Horder. The crematorium was designed by architects William Bell and Maurice Webb, whose father, Sir Aston Webb, owned the company which designed Camberwell New Cemetery.
“With the addition of all 150,000 names and records for Honor Oak Crematorium, Deceased Online now has over 1.5 million records for nearly 600,000 burial and cremations for the South London Borough of Southwark available through the website.
“The three cemeteries managed by the London Borough of Southwark – Camberwell Old, Camberwell New and Nunhead – have all records, dating back to 1840, on Deceased Online complete with register scans, grave details and cemetery grave section maps.”