Hop Store cemetery was begun in 1915 and named after the hop store which still stands nearby. Small and narrow, the cemetery was constrained by its location, between a hedge and the hop store itself. Among the graves are those of the spy Kim Philby's uncle, Major Harold Philby, and of Robert Lynn, one of five brothers to die in the war. The cemetery was designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield.
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