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(lost) Christ Church burial ground

Christchurch - Greyfriars Christ Church burial ground

Erection date: 10/9/1882

Inscription

Christ Church, Newgate Street
This burial ground was laid out by order of the Vestry, Sept. 10th 1882.
Rev. T. D. C. Morse, MA - Vicar
John Mixer, William Pitman - Churchwardens

We came across a 2007 photo of this plaque on Alamy but, try as we might, we cannot find it at the site. There is not a lot of red brick there so it ought to be easy to find but it has defeated us, so, 2022, we have marked it as 'Lost'. If you find it please let us know where, exactly, it is.

Site: Christchurch - Greyfriars (4 memorials)

EC1, Newgate Street

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Christ Church burial ground

Subjects commemorated Information

John Mixer

Co-churchwarden at Christ Church, Newgate Street in 1882.

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Rev. T. D. C. Morse

Vicar at Christ Church, Newgate Street in 1882. Wikisource gives: Thomas Dan...

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William Pitman

Co-churchwarden at Christ Church, Newgate Street in 1882.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Christ Church burial ground

Also at this site Information

Christchurch - Greyfriars Church

Christchurch - Greyfriars This Wren church was destroyed by fire-bombs in De...

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Christchurch - Greyfriars Vestry

Vestry House Originally built 1760, partially destroyed 1940, rebuilt in 1981.

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Leslie Marler

Erected by Marler Estates plc. Chairman Leslie Sydney Marler, OBE, TD, 1900 ...

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