I've looked him up at www.deceasedonline.com where maybe she has a sub. I don't, but the free information there says there are 10 other burials at this plot, so it's probably a common grave, and thus most likely in C General (Consecrated cost more!) But Find A Grave isn't very happy about guessed locations, so if all else fails and he's important enough, you really need to grin and pay up! At least you'll be helping another 10 people. For an additional fee DoL offers a grave location map, which would be desirable, though I don't know how specific it will be – some of their maps aren't very detailed.
C Gen consists of an area of "normal" graves with headstones and kerbs about 5 rows deep next to the path, and further in a grassed area under trees with only a smattering of miniature headstones less than knee-high which are usually used for children or paupers. I suspect Harold is in this area. I didn't take any photos as it was getting dark by the time I'd given up searching C Gen.
Harold Holloway at Charlton Hi, Wendy. There are two Plot Cs at Charlton: Consected and General, both containing graves in the early 1900s. Do you know which Harold one is in? I managed to locate an unmarked grave at C(Con)403 with reasonable certainty this afternoon, but the numbering system (if there is one!) in C Gen defeated me. Regards, Chris.
DEath of Flora Beatrice (Nason) Dunn Hi I thought you may be interested re this death see Find A Grave#135173017, if you would like to have management of this memorial please let me know Best Wishes Vaughan