reinterment


Also found in: Wikipedia.
Related to reinterment: exhuming

reinterment

(ˌriːɪnˈtɜːmənt)
n
a second or further interment or burial
References in periodicals archive ?
Reinterment was voluntary and by request of the Methodist Church; free alternative plots were offered at the new Edmonton Cemetery.
Following Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana, FEMA Reinterment Assistance was established to make available FEMA disaster assistance for reinterment efforts in Louisiana cemeteries, where floodwaters dislodged or destroyed caskets, vaults, and mausoleums.
30pm, there'll be a church service, followed by the reinterment of the remains in the churchyard.
It was to this cemetery, in what was then known as Fort William McKinley, that Magsaysay, in October 1954, ordered the transfer and reinterment of all the war dead in Bataan Memorial Cemetery and other places.
The reinterment of Richard Ill's remains in Leicester Cathedral on March 26, 2015, opened deep historical rifts in the UK over the cultural and political ownership of the king's dead body.
Reinterment services will then take place in every State and Territory, except Tasmania, over the following weeks, in accordance with the families wishes.
Some Leicester fans believe the upturn in their club's fortunes coincides with his reinterment in the city.
47) They also pointed to the fact that consent for the excavation had been given by Leicester City Council (the owner of the car park) in the expectation that the remains, if found, would be reburied at Leicester Cathedral, and that the Chapter of York Minster had supported reinterment there.
A NEW history play marking the one year anniversary of King Richard III's reinterment is set to be performed at two destinations in Warwickshire this week.
The notice asked relatives of those buried at the site to make contact with Manchester-based Phoenix Exhumation Ltd by October 7 this year to inspect the list, and it gave a further two weeks to make their own reinterment arrangements.
Interest in King Richard III has spiralled since his remains were found and soared even more since his globally feted reinterment this spring.
The disinterment and reinterment of the dead was a particularly angst-ridden affair, and in their account of the TVA's Norris Dam during the 1930s, McDonald and Muldowny argue that at the outset the TYA took "a rather unilateral and high-handed position on grave removal" (122).