Kurt Richter
* 24 November 1900 Berlin, Germany 
† 29 December 1969 Berlin-Karlshorst
Buried in the Protestant Cemetery of Karlshorst.
[Source: DSZ 2/1970, p.33-36]

© Photograph taken by Michael Dombrowsky, Hamburg.






Rudolf Teschner
* 16 February 1922 Potsdam, Germany 
† 23 July 2006 Berlin-Steglitz
Buried in the Cemetery of Steglitz.

© Photograph taken by Michael Dombrowsky, Hamburg.




Jørgen Bent Larsen
* 4 March 1935 Tilsted, Thisted, Denmark 
† 9 September 2010, Buenos Aires, Argentina

© Photographs: Skakhuset/Stellan Persson, Vaerlose, Denmark.

Stellan Persson wrote:
The Cementerio Jardin, Pablo Nogués, Av. Samuel Morse 303, Provincia de Buenos Aires became the last resting-place of the Danish GM Bent Larsen. A beautiful park, no large building or mausoleum, about 30 km away from Buenos Aires and not far away from Martinez, his home.
A small office informs about the place of the grave. The cemetery was opened in May, 1971. (There is an older British Cemetery on Plaza 1 de Mayo, in the centre of Buenos Aires.) 










Joseph Henry Blackburne
* 10 December 1841 Manchester, England
† 1 September 1924 London
Buried (he and his third wife Mary Jane) in Ladywell and Brockwell Cemetery, Lewisham, south London.

Samuel Tinsley
* 13 January 1847 South Mimms, England
† 26 February 1903 London
Buried in Ladywell and Brockwell Cemetery, Lewisham, south London.

Both graves (of Blackburne and Tinsley) were located a couple of years ago by Geoffrey Thurley, see Martin Smith' entry in the excellent Streatham & Brixton Chess Club blog where you will also find photos.
(Information by our member Tim Harding)



Another page which deals with gravesites of chess masters is Edward Winter's compilation Chess Explorations (8) - Graves of Chess Masters.

A nice booklet on "chess graves" was published 5 years ago in the Netherlands:
Rob Bijpost, Fred van der Vliet: Schaakgraven. Schaakkoerier no. 82. Motiefgroep Schaken (ed./publ.), 2006, 44 pp.
Here the cover of the booklet as PDF. The contents is also given on http://www.euwe.nl/koerier82-thema.htm.

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