This is a small neo-classical mausoleum of Portland stone with battered sides carrying a massive stone roof with acroteria. The stone is clean cut with very little moulding. The design is similar to that of the Beard Mausoleum.
Grade II (England and Wales)
Edith Harris died in 1867 but, as there were other interments in the mausoleum, it may have been built during her lifetime not after her death.
Geoffrey Manning, The Listed Structures in West Norwood Cemetery (1989).
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