Cemetery 33,20

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Eastonwood [33, 20]

Fishwick Park
Obern Towers
Tennear Lane
St. Chad's Church a cemetery a warehouse
Troman Lane St. Simon's Hospital St. Anselm's Hospital

Basic Info:

Cemetery 33,20


A small, picturesque plot on the northern edge of Eastonwood, this burial ground was used for parishioners of St Chad's Church until it fell into disrepair following the death of Father Frank Montag in 1985. With broken gravestones strewn among the weeds, the only clearing is the revive point maintained by the locals.

Current Status

Currently clear. St Simon's Hospital held at VSB to allow the newly revived to enter. Failing that, St Chad's church should be open. --Sherry talk MCM 15:48, 21 November 2009 (UTC)

Currently 4 waiting. --Sherry talk MCM 18:39, 28 October 2009 (UTC)

MCM has returned to Eastonwood and the cemetery revive point is up and running once more. Sherry Stringfield 01:08, 13 October 2009 (BST)

Cemetery revive point open for business. Currently maintained by Malton College of Medicine while on their summer field trip.--Violet Begonia Dean MCM MOB 20:00, 21 June 2009 (BST)


The cemetery was once governed according to the policy of the Republican Guard of ZRO!, who rejected the Sacred Ground Policy. Zombies waiting for revivification would be killed and/or used as a source to heal wounded guardians. No longer.

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