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To prove I'm not forgot: living and dying in a Victorian city

To prove I'm not forgot: living and dying in a Victorian city

Barnard, Sylvia M., 1942-

With the growth of English cities during the Industrial Revolution came a booming population too vast for churchyards. Beckett Street Cemetry in Leeds was to become the first municipal cemetry in the country. This study relates how the cemetry was started & run, & describes the developing feuds between denominations

Paperback, Book. English.
Published Stroud: History, 2008

Available at several branches, see below.

  • Bramley – One available in Leeds 942.819

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  • Compton Road – One available in Leeds 942.819

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  • Crossgates – One available in Leeds 942.819

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  • Hunslet – One available in Leeds 942.819

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  • Local History Library – Two available in Leeds 942.819/BAR

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  • Middleton – One available in Leeds 942.819

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Details

Statement of responsibility: Sylvia M. Barnard
ISBN: 0750950609, 9780750950602
Physical Description: 256 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Subject: Leek (England) History 19th century Biography.; Leeds (England) Social life and customs 19th century.; Death England Leeds History 19th century.; Beckett Street Cemetry (Leeds, England) History.