Kensal Green is the first of seven cemeteries around the edge of London known as the Magnificent Seven, which were built to accommodate London’s growing population in the 1800s. Kensal Green, established in 1832, hosts three chapels catering to all faiths and a range of memorials stretching over 72 acres. Among the 250,000 increments at Kensal Green are W.H. Smith of newsagent fame, tea tycoon Richard Twining, and journalist John Diamond. One of the cemetery’s more curious residents is James Barry, a surgeon in the British Army, who was discovered after his death in 1865 to be a woman.