Re: Burial in Glasgow 1840 - where?


rjpaton
 

Glasgow Cathedral is the High Kirk or High Church (pedantically it hasn't been a Cathedral for centuries) - There used to be a burial ground associated with the Cathedral North of the building but that was built over during the Victorian era and is now under the Victorian end of the Royal Infirmary. As suggested by Fiona the Necropolis is another option as it opened for business in 1833.

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