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Skeletons, pottery and coins with Latin inscriptions were also discovered inside the burial grounds.
The natural burial ground was five years in the planning and the site takes up around seven acres.
Rather than emulating the actual burial ground, the show garden will mimic the ground's garden where friends, relatives and anyone in the community can go for peace and reflection.
Newcastle Council said the burial ground has been out of use for more than 150 years and planning permission for the Gurdwara was granted in 2010.
Another aspect that has often been put forward as a complementary chronological indicator is how and where the different burial grounds are located in the landscape.
Oxbridge Lane Cemetery is battling it out with burial grounds from across the UK in the 10th annual Cemetery of the Year Competition.
There are no natural burial grounds in the Merseyside area, although woodland burial facilities are available at Frankby and Eastham, as well as Allerton cemetery in Liverpool.
Last night, four Welsh burial grounds were reaching for the skies as they prepare to fight it out for the coveted title of Cemetery of the Year 2006.
It's become very clear that the burial grounds existed in the park, that they were brought to the attention of the senior provincial minister in 1937 at the formation of the park and that nothing was done about them.
Between the chapel and the burial grounds is a great bronze relief map recalling the military operations in the region.
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.
Expert archaeologist, fearless adventurer, and under-appreciated poet Cairo Jim (assisted by Doris the macaw and Brenda the Wonder Camel) are searching in Egypt's famous Valley of the Kings burial grounds for the lost tomb of Pharaoh Martenarten, Worshiper of the Moon and King of Ancient Egypt.
Volunteers were in good spirits when they arrived in traditional Muskegowuk territory to take part in the restoration of the ancestral burial grounds at Moose River Crossing.
It seems Edward Gracey (Nathaniel Parker) has found one of the Evers' fliers and wants them to handle the sale of his family estate, a dilapidated antebellum mansion situated on a remote bayou, complete with its own extensive burial grounds.
After that several families will be forced to go to outside burial grounds.