A present day reproduction of an early photograph taken by a well known Brighton Photographer, Edward Fox. This shows the memorial stone to Revd. FW Robertson, who died in 1853, and who was interred here. There is no need for me to enlarge upon this man’s reputation. Concentrating on the photograph, this looks slightly south-west over the Kemp Town Railway Viaduct (seen just over the trees) to the Round Hill. I cannot identify the few houses in the distance. These may have been in Richmond Road and Princes Road (possibly connected with Round Hill Mill, which is hidden from view). Similarly, the photograph cannot be positively dated. My guess would be about 1870. For a recent view of the tomb, see the following page. [not found.Ed.]

Image Reference: JG_28_043.tif
Date: c.1870
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 209x108
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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