When in London this September I visited Highgate Cemetery, the last resting place of some 170,000 people. Of course the cemetery’s most famous grave is that of Karl Marx. But Robert Cesar Childers’ (died 1876) who compiled the first Pali English dictionary is there somewhere too although I could not find it. Parts of the cemetery are well maintained but most if it is overgrown and rather spooky. While walking through an overgrown and dark section my eye was caught by the word Nirvana on one of the partly obscured moss-covered tombstones. Perhaps Calbe Pink (died 1907) was an early Buddhist or Theosophist.