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Sydney burial ground 1819-1901 : Elizabeth and Devonshire streets and history of Sydney's early cemeteries from 1788 / by Keith A. Johnson and Malcolm R. Sainty
Bib ID 2348129
Format BookBook
Author
Johnson, Keith A
 
Description Sydney : Library of Australia History, 2001 
512 p. : ill., plans; 28 cm. 
ISBN 0908120982
Notes

Includes index.

"This commemorative volume is published to mark the Centenary of the resumption of the Sydney Burial Grounds and removal of remains between January - May 1901"--p. 8.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 54-55).

Subjects Cemeteries - New South Wales - Sydney.  |  Inscriptions - Sydney.  |  Sepulchral monuments - New South Wales - Sydney.  |  Old Sydney Burial Ground (N.S.W.)  |  Old Devonshire Street Ground (N.S.W.)  |  New South Wales - Genealogy.
Other authors/contributors Sainty, Malcolm R
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Sydney burial ground 1819-1901

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