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St James' Cemetery ยป History

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St James' Cemetery, 1831

A picture dated 1831 showing the water flowing from the Spring.
The artist, T. T. Bury, has the gentleman in the centre pointing out the grave of William Huskisson.
The mausoleum was not built until 1836.