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The Gildencroft Quaker Cemetery is an historic cemetery in Chatham Street, Norwich, Norfolk 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.
Access to the cemetery is limited at the time of writing (October, 2009)
- Photograph of the Cemetery
- News report Retrieved 26 March, 2009
- Quaker history in Norwich Retrieved 19 October, 2009
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