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Help and advice for Burton Agnes: Burton Agnes Cemetery General.

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Burton Agnes: Burton Agnes Cemetery General.

PHOTOGRAPHS OF BURTON AGNES CEMETERY GENERAL.

Introduction

These photographs were taken by Lisa Blosfelds and Doreen Laycock in June 2016. We may be glimpsed in some of them. Burton Agnes cemetery stands on the outskirts of the village on the road which leads from it towards Rudston. It is practically opposite the entrance to Burton Agnes Hall car park and faces roughly east north east. From the cemetery there are views over fields to the north and west, and towards the village and hall to the south and east. It is rectangular with a central path and is surrounded by fences and hedges. There are several trees bordering the path and a very fine old one in the northern boundary (picture 27). The first three photographs are taken of the cemetery from the road travelling north while the rest take a route up and down the central path and then anticlockwise around the edges. We hope that they will enable anyone to locate the place of a particular grave in the cemetery.

Lisa Blosfelds
Hunmanby
February 2017


These photos of the Burton Agnes cemetery were taken in 2016 and consequently no graves after this date appear here.

The links given below take you to the first photo of the grave of the relevant name.

The number for the photograph is given in the caption below the photograph.

There are three sizes of photos: the thumbnail images which link to a page containing a larger image (640 by 480 pixels), and then a full size image which is linked from the previously mentioned larger image. The full size image can of course be saved for your own personal use.

The list of photographs gives the Forenames and some other details where relevant.

The photographs:

Big_tree_in_northern_boundary  Cemetery_from_the_road_looking_north  Cemetery_from_the_road_looking_south 
Cemetery_gate_from_the_road  From_the_NE_corner_looking_SE  From_the_NE_corner_looking_south 
From_the_NE_corner_looking_SW  From_the_NW_corner_looking_east  From_the_NW_corner_looking_SE 
From_the_NW_corner_looking_south_  From_the_SE_corner_looking_north  From_the_SE_corner_looking_NW 
From_the_SE_corner_looking_west  From_the_SW_corner_looking_NE  From_the_top_of_the_path_looking_east 
Further_up_the_path_looking_east  Further_up_the_path_looking_NE  Further_up_the_path_looking_NW 
Further_up_the_path_looking_SW  Gate_from_inside_the_cemetery  Half_way_down_the_path_looking_west 
Half_way_up_the_path_looking_NW  Half_way_up_the_path_looking_SW  View_from_the_gate_looking_NW 
View_from_the_gate_looking_SW  View_from_the_gate_looking_west     

Happy hunting!

Doreen Laycock and Lisa Blosfelds