Pamela Colman Smith was buried in St. Michael & All Angels Churchyard on 25th September 1951 by a well-regarded Roman Catholic Priest, Joseph Henry du Moulin-Browne.
Whilst her marker (likely wooden) has long-since been lost, and the original record of plots was lost to a fire, the dates and names of surrounding markers compared to the Parish record suggests her most likely resting place.
This area contains at least three unmarked plots and was proposed by ourselves on a site visit and then independently validated the following day by a local historian who first researched the site thirty years ago.
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