12 December 2013, The Tablet

In good company

I read with interest Terry Philpot’s article (“From NW10 to eternity”, 23 November). Some of your readers might like to know that the Congregation of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God founded in London by Mother Magdalen Taylor in 1872 had 173 sisters buried in St Mary’s, Kensal Green between 1872 and 1978 – a period of over 100 years.We had 55 sisters buried between 1872 and 1915 in St Rita’s, the southern area of the cemetery where the ground level was
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