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Holywell Cemetery

Holywell Cemetery is the first cemetery that I visited in Oxford and is one of two that are within what I call “walking distance” of the town centre. There was no real compelling reason to visit it either, but from … Continue reading

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The Friends Burial Ground in Tewkesbury

Ever since my discovery of the Society of Friends Burial Ground in Southampton in 2013, I have kept an eye open for other locations that may have been used by the Society of Friends.  When I was in Basingstoke the Holy … Continue reading

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St Mary Magdalene Twyning.

With Winter on the go I have not been making too many excursions lately, I also have the added complication of back problems and a camera that seems to be on its last legs. However, this morning I departed on … Continue reading

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Finding the Fallen: Ryecroft Cemetery

This morning, after nearly two weeks of ugly weather I finally got a chance to head across to Rycroft Cemetery in Walsall. I had visited that town last month and had been really impressed by it, although the Queen Street … Continue reading

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Warstone Lane Cemetery Birmingham

One of the reasons for visiting Warstone Lane Cemetery in Birmingham was mention of catacombs, and possibly because it was within walking distance of the New Street Station. According to what I read, the catacombs were built into the sides of a gravel pit, … Continue reading

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