Birth and Life
The second links explains about the grave.
Approximate GPS coordinates of the grave are 51.523694, -0.088367. It is close to the small office in the middle of the cemetery.
Summary from Wikipedia
It was in use as a burial ground from 1665 until 1854, by which date approximately 123,000 interments were estimated to have taken place. Over 2,000 monuments remain. It was nondenominational, and in practice was particularly favoured by nonconformists. It contains the graves of many notable people, including John Bunyan (died 1688), author of The Pilgrim's Progress; Daniel Defoe (died 1731), author of Robinson Crusoe; William Blake (died 1827), artist, poet, and mystic; Susanna Wesley (died 1742), known as the "Mother of Methodism" through her education of sons John and Charles; Th ...
Author of contribution: Janez, published 13. 2. 2017