Jarrow Cemetery
#11
No, one got burnt down about 15 years ago by vandals.
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#12
One is still there.on the right hand side from the cemetary gates.The window from the other one is set in a flower bed on the site of it.
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#13
1869 March 7th the first internment in Jarrow Cemetery took place this day in the unconsecrated plot of ground the corpse being that of an infant 2 weeks old named Isabella Moore daughter of William Moore plater1869
March 9th The second internment in the cemetery was that of a child in the consecrated ground. Her name was Margaret Chrisp aged 6 years a daughter of Mr. Chrisp a fruiter in Jarrow. The consecration in the Jarrow Cemetery by the Bishop of Durham took place this day. There are 15 acres of land 6 of which are set apart for the internment of members of the Church of England and the remainder being for Dissenters and Roman Catholics.
There were a large number of people present amongst whom were
Mr. Ingledew (deputy registrar) Rev. W. Philip Rector of
Jarrow; Rev John Bee Incumbent of Christ Church, Mr. Thos
Braban, chairman of the Burial Board; Messrs M. Nixon, George
Riddle, John Stead, Thos. Sheldon, Thos Gray; G. Wallace and Thos
Robson members of the Burial Board. Dr. Thompson, Dr. Huntley, Messrs William Todd and W.H. Dickinson church wardens and a number of spectators.
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#14
got B&W test prints circa 1980.
which was catholic/protestant?
see jpeg attached


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#15
Some very good information in this thread, cheers Cait
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#16
I hate going there because its always a sad occasion. Sad
One who asks a question is a fool for five minutes; one who does not ask a question remains a fool forever
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#17
time to worry is when its your last journey. Arh but then you'll be past worrying.
which was the catholic and protestant church--see my two photos on previous thread
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#18
taken 30sep09. see thread 12 and 14( to compare church)
church hasn't changed much.


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#19
The third photo is of the Cross of Sacrifice. Found in any cemetery with more than 40 CWGC graves.
See my web site for more info on graves and gravestones:

http://stmaryschurchheworth.com/
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#20
hartman045 Wrote:The third photo is of the Cross of Sacrifice. Found in any cemetery with more than 40 CWGC graves.
See my web site for more info on graves and gravestones:

http://stmaryschurchheworth.com/


Thats one great website you have, I have saved it in my favs..wow!! lots of smashing info...and the background music and chants..excellent....thank you for posting link..cheers CaitSmile
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