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And so she said to me, did I know the way to the burying ground?
The church's burying ground is located on its right side.
He was buried in a private burying ground on that same island.
This burying ground became part of the national cemetery system in 1930.
The burying ground was out back, and she liked to go to the grave.
The burying ground has been maintained as a local historic site ever since.
With the meeting house in place by 1638, the burying ground came into use shortly thereafter.
The Micmac burying ground had brought it back to life.
An organization was formed in 1843 to manage and protect the family burying ground.
The town's first burying ground was located adjacent to the original meeting house.
Town officials realized that they would need a formal burying ground as it grew.
He was interred in the family burying ground on his estate.
However, there were no traces of the original burying ground, the priest's house, or the well.
There's a lot of work to keeping a burying ground looking trim and neat.
It served as the burying ground for many mill workers in the surrounding communities.
"Drink it quick because the folks are coming up from the burying ground.
His father's decision to "bury him where he lay" led to the families establishing a small burying ground.
The church's burying ground is adjacent to the building.
In that sense, it replaced the more prosaic term burying ground.
"The only place they'll be going is a burying ground," said Norwood.
Several people were killed, and some wounded, when a wall of the burned museum building collapsed into the burying ground next door.
Just off the green are three Colonial burying grounds.
He was struck and killed by lightning in 1921, right up around where that burying ground is."
The history of the burying ground as they always called it, was all the time connected with the business of the church.
Le Roy's first burying ground had been established in 1801, within three years of its settlement.
And Father sent me out to find a burying place.
The police figured that this was some kind of burying place.
Until the 1950's the burying place for a handful of local families, it has since filled with writers and artists.
Though her actual burying place is unknown, a memorial marks the general area.
It included "that little pasture called the burying place".
When she opened her tightly closed eyes, a granite pillar stood to mark the burying place.
It was also said to be the burying place of the giants Heracles slew.
How far is it to your burying place?"
Yonder, beneath us, at the burying place of kings, there is a hole.
The "rear of the present burying place" did not include the city cemetery (now the north churchyard).
John Jackson (the first settler in the area) donated an acre of land to be used as a burying place and for a meeting house.
The churchyard was the burying place of the Macgregors.
It also once served as the burying place for the Bentheim Counts.
For the full price let him give it to me in your presence as a possession for a burying place.'
And after they had consulted together, they bought with them the potter's field, to be a burying place for strangers.
He was buried without state in the old parish church of Marylebone, the burying place of his house.
Beginning in 1606, the church's crypt served as the burying place for the Grumbach feudal lords.
At the cemetery Bad Sassendorf a memorial plaque is installed on the burying place of the dead.
A short boat ride north along the coast, brings you to the former outport, Indian Burying Place.
Chapter 8 Oar is the city nearest the old battleground and burying place called the Barrowland.
Two of his wives were strangled at the Fiatooka, or burying place, at the time his body was deposited there.
Wither, garden, and be henceforth a burying place to all that do dwell in this house, because the unconquered soul of Cade is fled.
There was no point in flexing the muscles of his ego when he knew, as by now they must all know, that this was their burying place.
Prospect Cemetery was a burying place as early as 1668, 18 years before Jamaica was even chartered as a village.
The sky was leaden purple-grey, and rain poured ceaselessly as the procession of Redwallers marched solemnly to the burying place.