200-Year-Old Quaker Burial Site Discovered on Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Estate, England

Posted by Jean-Yves on Jul 25, 2017
 

The historic site has been discovered during redevelopment work at Brighton Dome Corn Exchange.

Skeletons have been uncovered on-site and are in the process of being exhumed respectfully and sensitively from underneath the area that was formerly the venue’s mini conference room. The remains are thought to be from ‘Quakers Croft’ a Quaker burial ground that existed before the Royal Pavilion Estate was built.

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