And so the field became the first burial ground
This, it appeared, was the Indian burial ground
, and had been used for generations.
Jago in the Cape de Verd Islands, I remember having seen in a ravine a retired corner covered with bones of the goat; we at the time exclaimed that it was the burial ground
of all the goats in the island.
Only three months before he was brought here, it struck him that it was a very bad arrangement to have the churchyard round the church; so, in order to carry out the law, which prescribes that burial grounds
should be removed a stated distance from human dwellings, he himself gave this piece of land to the commune.
For more information about Greenhaven Woodland Burial Ground
in Lilbourne, Warwickshire call 01788 860604.
A PREHISTORIC burial ground
has been discovered by archaeologists excavating the site of a lost abbey in Cheshire.
Nearby residents have used the desert as a burial ground
for thousands of years.
The vineyard takes its name from nearby Devil's Lair cave - an ancient, mysterious burial ground
thought to have been inhabited 7,000 years ago.
Tees Archeology's Rachel Grahame said: "We have maps dating back to 1856 which show where the boundaries of the Quaker burial ground
As a girl, Lasagna was a friend of the castle caretaker's daughter, and the girls rode horses around the property, which contains an American-Indian burial ground
WEST Lancs could have a new crematorium and burial ground
within 18 months, if planners give it the go-ahead.
Limerick County Council's Michael Griffin said: "Permission was given to a local resident to erect a headstone at the burial ground