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Am unbricked grave means the ground is solid , and it does not need to be
bricked up , when you brick up a grave the ground is soft and will collapse
if not supported ,
Christina Wadsworth wrote:
> Hi Everyone
> Do any of you know the significance of being buried in unconsecrated ground?
> There's no reason I can tell why my Greatgrandparents would be so buried at
> Driffield.They were married at the parish church. Could be they were
> Also, they were interred in an unbricked grave. Any ideas?
> Best Wishes
> Christina Wadsworth
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