This small area of ground just north of the original burial ground of this Church was the first detached addition, just across Church Street. First used for burials in the early 1820’s it was soon filled up and the further land became necessary. The adjoining house is 40 Church Street. Until about twenty years ago the year of the inauguration of this burial ground, which was inscribed on the white stone above the entrance was still legible. From memory I think it was 1820, but I may be wrong. The ground is now used as a children’s play area.

Image Reference: JG_31_100.tif
Date: c.1950-1960
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 80x117
Place: Brighton
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