The singer’s former partner, Jim Hutton, said in 1994 that his ashes may be buried at the Garden Lodge in Kensington, West London. He said: “It’s become a mystery, but I’m pretty sure his final resting place is at the foot of the weeping cherry tree that overlooks the whole place.”
FREDDIE MERCURY at Kensal Green Cemetery in West London. Located in Kensal Rise Cemetery, the plaque is dedicated to Farrokh Bulsara, Mercury’s birth name.
Austin dated Freddie Mercury for several years in the 1970s and left Mercury’s mansion in Kensington in his will. Austin is believed to be the only person who knows the whereabouts of Mercury’s ashes.
More than 21 years after the legendary Queen singer’s death, Freddie Mercury’s final resting place may have been discovered. Although it has long been known that his remains were cremated after his death in November 1991, the fate of his ashes was long unknown.
So much is known about the remains of Queen’s bombastic frontman: After his death in 1991, Freddie Mercury was cremated in Kensal Green Cemetery.
Freddie’s longtime assistant Peter Freestone says the last words Freddie ever said to him were “Thank you.”
The day after Lennon’s murder, his remains were cremated at Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, Westchester County, New York and his ashes were scattered in Central Park, within sight of their home.
Freddie didn’t leave. He was more interested in hanging out with friends backstage, talking to Elton John, hanging out with his people. His friends were always the most important thing to him.”
“Mother Love” was the last song written by Mercury and May together, and it was also Mercury’s last vocal performance. Mercury’s vocals were recorded between May 13th and 16th, 1991 after the Innuendo sessions.
Freddie left Jim Hutton, Joe and Peter £500,000 each. He left a quarter of his future Queen earnings to his parents and another quarter to his sister. Apart from a few smaller bequests, everything else went to Mary.
On January 12, 2016, Bowie was cremated in New Jersey according to his will and his ashes were scattered according to Buddhist rituals in Bali, Indonesia.
What happened to Jim Hutton? Sadly, Jim Hutton passed away on New Year’s Day in 2010 at the age of 60. While he suffered from HIV like Freddie, his death was actually caused by lung cancer.
The funeral was an extremely small and private affair with fewer than 40 people invited. Guests included the star’s bandmates and their wives, as well as Elton John, Mary Austin and Freddie’s partner Jim Hutton.
When did Freddie Mercury’s parents die? Freddie’s father Bomi died in 2003 at the age of 95. His mother Jer died in 2016 at the age of 94. Praising Queen’s Brian May at the time, she was “an avid follower of [their] progress as a band” and she came to see them perform whenever they were around.
“Terry carried him down the stairs but he walked around the living room and the Japanese room with one of us supporting him. “He commented on how and when he acquired a few of these pieces [at his house].
The real Mary Austin still lives in the west London villa where Freddie died in 1991 from an AIDS-related illness. It was only last year that she finally recorded her tribute to the late singer.
Did Paul McCartney attend John Lennon’s funeral? There was no funeral for John.
Yoko Ono didn’t say a word about where she scattered the ashes or if she scattered them at all. Some fan theories have it that she still has his ashes under her bed in the Dakota – the nine-bedroom apartment she shared with John.
John Lennon: After he was shot in 1980, there was no funeral for the legendary Beatle. Yoko Ono had Lennon’s body cremated in Ferncliff Cemetery and his ashes scattered in Central Park, within sight of their New York apartment.
The coffin then passed Buckingham Palace, where members of the royal family waited outside. Queen Elizabeth II bowed her head as it passed. More than a million people lined the streets of London and bystanders showered flowers on the funeral procession.