A long line of family tombs built into the hillside

Merridale Cemetery, Wolverhampton, West Midlands
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This was our first visit of the 2013 season. The cemetery is well maintained and despite being situated in a major town it was surprisingly quiet. The chapel and ground was consecrated May 23rd 1850 and the cemetery was officially opened June 10th 1850.
This was a curious section of the cemetery with what appeared to be family tombs built into a raised section of the site.

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