Cemetery 70,78

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Gulsonside [70, 78]

St. John's Church
(Wray Heights)
the Brien Arms St. Francis's Church
a cemetery
(Wray Heights)
a cemetery the Creek Building
the Burdekin Building
(Wray Heights)
Gullifer Avenue a junkyard

Basic Info:

Description

Now overrun with weeds and chavs, this formerly well-tended Garden of Remembrance is the resting place of local hero and publican St. Frank, of blessed memory.

History

A graveyard has existed on this land since time immemorial. The grassy knolls are in fact Norse burial barrows from the time of Erik 'the Bear' Gulson. There is speculation that there is an Indian burial ground on the extensive site, given its proximity to the pre-Outbreak tribe of Creek American Indians, who had somehow strayed thousands of miles from their ancestral homelands to inhabit this quiet corner of Malton.

Current Status

January 1, 2015 - No longer a revive point. Cemetery 69,78, however, is.

July 24, 2007 - Status currently unknown -- goebi oo ooooooo 13:11, 24 July 2007 (BST)


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