Molyneux, Edmund

BORN 6 Sep 1791, Liverpool, Merseyside - DIED 19 Nov 1864, Paris: Montmartre
GRAVE LOCATION London: Kensal Green Cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensal Green (056/RS (19419), mausoleum)

Edmund Molyneux was the son of William Molyneux. He was British consul in Savannah, Georgia from 1831 until June 1863. In 1835 he married in Georgia. Apart from consul was also an active businessman and he gained significant wealth. During the civil War he left his post and he returned to Europe. He died in Paris and was initially buried at the Montmartre Cemetery. Later he his remains were transferred to a mausoleum at Kensal Green Cemetery in London.

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The grave of Edmund Molyneux at Kensal Green Cemetery, London.
Picture by Androom (02 Aug 2019)


Paths of Glory, The Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 1997

Mommsen, Theodor

Published: 11 Jan 2022
Last update: 11 Jan 2022