They were buried in the cemetery between 1872 and 1917 and between them their lives spanned the 19th century.
The first was Mary Ann Chicken who was born in 1799 and that last was William who died in 1917.
And the historian in me wonders what events of that century and a bit impacted most on the family.
After all Mary Ann would have been sixteen when the news of Waterloo came through and just 38 when the old Queen ascended the throne.
I would like to know where they lived, how they made a living and their connection with Nunhead.
Pictures, Nunhead Cemetery, from the collection of Sue Simpson