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1. He was buried in the churchyard of St Mary's.
2. She was laid to rest in the churchyard.
3. The small churchyard was surrounded by a rusted wrought-iron fence.
4. They buried the corpse in the churchyard.
5. His mortal remains are buried in the churchyard.
6. The churchyard is consecrated ground.
7. His grandfather lies in the churchyard.
8. Her remains lie at rest in St Andrew's churchyard.
9. The churchyard was thickly carpeted with snowdrops and primroses.
10. He asked to be laid down in the churchyard.
11. The little porch marked the entrance to a churchyard.
12. She now lies at rest in the churchyard.
13. The body of her grandmother reposes in the churchyard.
14. His last/final resting place was in the churchyard in the village where he was born.
15. In the little churchyard in Sasbach, by contrast, two inconspicuous marble tablets are set into a wall.
16. They buried him in the churchyard here.
17. Adjoining the churchyard is the Buttermarket, but only in name now.
18. The hearse took her to St Paul's churchyard where the service was to be held.
19. He was buried in Greyfriars Churchyard.
20. In the Churchyard you will find the tomb of his employer William Sanderson.
21. Go right into the churchyard, follow the path to the arched exit and on to the field.
22. He might rise from the grave in the churchyard and appear in this room!
23. Across the street from where we're standing, you can see the old churchyard.
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24. The parson, heading the procession, had just turned right towards the churchyard.
25. Nevertheless, the case of a 13-year-old being raped at knife-point in a Coventry churchyard received the most sustained coverage.
26. In recent decades, the Severn has been steadily undercutting the riverside churchyard at Newnham.
27. Inside the church, the earliest feature is an Anglo-Saxon carved stone cross head which was found in the churchyard in 1934.
28. That meant he could live in a cottage with a view of the churchyard - like Dymlight has.
29. Did I deserve to die, and be buried in the churchyard like my uncle Reed?
30. It can be approached from a path made of gravestones laid end to end through the churchyard and over a brick-built bridge.
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