Bram Stoker

















































Abraham (Bram) Stoker 1847-1912

Born in Dublin. He joined the Civil Service where he wrote a standard work on Duties of the Clerks of Petty Sessions in Ireland. He was manager for the American actor Henry Irvine 1878-1905. He also wrote short stories and over a dozen novels. His most famous story is Dracula which was translated into many languages and has spawned many films. Other works include The Lair of the White Worm and Personal Reminiscences of Henry Irving.

            His remains were cremated at Golders Green, London. 

            Bram Stokerís wife, Florence Stoker, instructed that her ashes be scattered in the Garden of Rest in front of the Ernest George Columbarium. Bramís father, Abraham Stoker, is buried in the English Cemetery, in Naples and his mother, Charlotte Stoker, is buried in the vaults of St Michanís in Dublin.

Further information, location and directions to the grave are to be found in "The End - An Illustrated Guide to the Graves of Irish Writers".  Click here to order a copy of this book