burial ground


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NICK HARGREAVES and his mother Christine Atkin set up the first private green burial ground in the UK eight years ago.
Archaeologists estimate the burial ground is about 22 metres in diameter and have excavated one third so far.
The Atacama burial grounds have provided researchers with a medical treasure trove.
Children helped archeologists search for a former 17th century Quaker burial ground at a Teesside cemetery.
Director Julian Hobbs said three companies had expressed an interest in running the proposed crematorium and burial ground.
Officials in Limerick are targeting over-sized statues and tacky trinkets in a bid to enforce burial ground policy.
St Marylebone Church and burial ground in the 18th to 19th centuries; excavations at St Marylebone School, 1992 and 2004-6.
Typically, Blakey puts in grueling hours as scientific director of the African Burial Ground Project and the W.
A wealthy laird has refused to sell a tiny fraction of his land for a burial ground.
4 at the African Burial Ground Memorial Site in New York City.
Dail deputy, Denis Naughten, says a shortage of burial ground space is posing a serious problem for several close-knit families.
But plans for the burial ground have run into objections from more than 1,000 residents.
Go As you Please, which has funeral premises in Wallsend and Whitley Bay, works with the Natural Death Centre in London to bring new alternatives to people other than the local authority burial sites, such as privately-owned burial grounds on land such as gardens owned by friends or family, in a woodland or meadow burial ground or even at sea.
Some say it's a desecration that this historical burial ground is being used as a park, and would like to see it closed and restored to its former cemetery status.