burying ground


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Noun1.burying ground - a tract of land used for burialsburying ground - a tract of land used for burials  
potter's field - a cemetery for unknown or indigent people
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burying ground

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The dimensions of these, however, as well as of the stones composing them, are comparatively small: but there are other and larger erections of a similar description comprising the 'morais', or burying grounds, and festival-places, in nearly all the valleys of the island.
Today, it is the principal burying ground for the City of Kingston.
Next branch meeting, 30 April 2016 in Halifax should include a tour of Government House along with the Old Burying Ground.
He was an early supporter of Old Sturbridge Village, where a small cemetery bears headstones he rescued from an old New Hampshire burying ground that was being bulldozed to build a road.
Organizers of the African Burying Ground Memorial Park are planning a memorial at a rediscovered graveyard in Portsmouth.
5-mile walking trail that wends among 16 historic sites in downtown Boston, I entered the Granary Burying Ground, final resting place of Samuel Adams and Paul Revere, among other Revolutionary Era Who's Whos.
Other sights along the way include: the King's Chapel and Burying Ground (Boston's first Anglican church, built in 1688 by the Puritans, many of whom are buried in its graveyard), the house of Paul "I've got my horse right here" Revere and the USS Constitution - or "Old Ironsides" - which sank two British ships in the war of 1812 between the US and Britain.
October might be a good time to visit the Westminster Hall and Burying Ground in the city's Westside area.
Officials had to shut the 347 year-old Granary Burying Ground to avoid the desecration of graves after contestants turned up to claim the bounty.
He was Sampson Lloyd, he said, and had come about the burying ground.
He overhears the engineer and a local professor who has been sent to make sure the historic burying ground does not contain any contagious diseases.
It sits smack on the Freedom Trail, directly across the street from the picturesque Granary Burying Ground, where such patriots as Samuel Adams, John Hancock and Paul Revere are buried.