Wilstone Cemetery :: Shared Description

This rural cemetery was opened in a former field at the beginning of the 20th century as the churchyard of St Cross LinkExternal link , Wilstone, is so low-lying that any graves dug there would immediately fill with water. It is still in active use
by Chris Reynolds
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9 images use this description:

SP9113 : Cemetery Corner on the Lower Icknield Way, near Tring by Chris Reynolds
SP9113 : Clouds over Wilstone Cemetery by Chris Reynolds
SP9113 : Wilstone Cemetery, near Tring by Chris Reynolds
SP9113 : Hawthorn in bloom in Wilstone Cemetery by Chris Reynolds
SP9113 : Lych Gate and Yew Tunnel, Wilstone Cemetery by Chris Reynolds
SP9113 : Cemetery Corner on the Lower Icknield Way, near Tring by Chris Reynolds
SP9113 : War Grave, Wilstone Cemetery by Chris Reynolds
SP9113 : Cold Comfort at Wilstone Cemetery by Chris Reynolds
SP9113 : Rabbits take up home in a grave by Chris Reynolds


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Created: Thu, 26 Apr 2012, Updated: Fri, 27 Apr 2012

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