4 edition of Old Sydney burial ground 1974 found in the catalog.
Old Sydney burial ground 1974
|Statement||by Judy Birmingham and Carol Liston.|
|Series||Studies in historical archaeology ;, no. 5|
|Contributions||Liston, Carol, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||DU178 .B53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 40 p.,  leaves (1 fold.) of plates :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||79321405|
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Old Sydney burial ground (Studies in historical archaeology) [Birmingham, Judy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Old Sydney burial ground (Studies in historical archaeology). Get this from a library. Old Sydney burial ground [Judy Birmingham; Carol Liston]. This was to be the Old Burial Ground which was to serve as Sydney's official cemetery from until Januwhen it too was closed, and superseded by the New Burial Ground at the Brickfield, subsequently known as the Sandhills Cemetery or Old Devonshire Street Ground.
The Old Burial Ground was an area of about two acres, sit. Sydney’s first official cemetery. Sydney Town Hall sits on the site of what was once the principal cemetery of NSW. Dating back to the s, the site is commonly called the Old Sydney Burial Ground. It is also known as the George Street Burial Ground, the Cathedral Close Cemetery and, retrospectively, the Town Hall Cemetery.
Birmingham, Judy & Carol Liston, Old Sydney Burial Ground emergency excavation in the City of Sydney, Studies in Historical Archaeology No. 5, Sydney, A short but excellent history of the Old Sydney Burial Ground (Town Hall site) and description of archaeological finds uncovered inwhich includes references to some individual burials.
An Excellent Book on Devonshire St (Sandhills) Cemetery An excellent resource is Keith A Johnson & Malcolm R Sainty, Gravestone Inscriptions NSW Vol.I, Sydney Burial Ground, Genealogical Publications of Australia, The Introduction to this book gives a quite detailed account of the career of the cemetery, the records which have survived.
Dating back to the s, the site is commonly called the Old Sydney Burial Ground. It is also known as the George Street Burial Ground, the Cathedral Close Cemetery and, retrospectively, the Town Hall Cemetery.
Sydney Town Hall now sits on the site of what was once the principal cemetery of on: Sydney, City of Sydney, New South. The Old Sydney Burial Ground (now occupied by the Sydney Town Hall) was used for burials from September to the end Jan Their situation (new officer’s barrack) being directly in the neighbourhood of the ground appropriated to the burial of the dead, it became necessary to choose another spot for the latter purpose; and the governor, in company with the Rev.
Johnson, set apart. Sydney Burial Ground – Re-interment Register The Title page from the following book reads: Sydney Burial Ground (E lizabeth and Devonshire Streets) and History of Sydney’s Early Cemeteries from by Keith A.
Johnson and Malcolm R. Sainty. published by the Library of Australian History, Sydney File Size: 74KB. The Australian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA) was founded in to promote the study of historical archaeology in Australia.
In the Society was expanded to include New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region generally, and its name was changed to the .