Gildencroft Quaker Cemetery, Norwich
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Entrance to the cemetery
The Gildencroft Quaker Cemetery is a historic cemetery in Chatham Street, Norwich, Norfolk, England, where many of the city's Quakers were buried including the writer Amelia Opie. Many members of the Gurney family - who had a major influence on the development of Norwich - are buried here. The family founded Gurney's Bank.
As of 2009, access to the cemetery is limited.
- Gildencroft Cemetery Retrieved 10 September 2014
- Photograph of the Cemetery
- News report Retrieved 26 March 2009
- Quaker history in Norwich Retrieved 19 October 2009
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