In the churchyard are the tombs of two members of the Levy-Lawson family, father and son, who owned and ran the Daily Telegraph in the latter part of the nineteenth and early part of the twentieth century.
|Tomb of the first Baron Burnham, Edward Levy-Lawson who ran the Daily Telegraph. |
Note the Gothic Typeface imitating the masthead of the newspaper.
The tomb of his son, Henry Lawson Webster Lawson, who died in 1933 bears the inscription:
'In his direction of the Daily Telegraph he accepted the high responsibility which the power of publicity entailed and ever maintained the high standards of the British Press.'
So now you know.