|Quaker Burial Ground|
Also known as: Lamas, Quaker Burial Ground, Lammas, Quaker Burial Ground
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Lammas (also spelled Lamas) is a village in Broadland, Norfolk, England. Administratively it falls within the civil parish of Buxton with Lammas.
The writer Anna Sewell is buried in the graveyard of the old Quaker Meeting-House on The Street. The meeting house itself has now been converted into a house, but Anna Sewell's gravestone is set in a wall fronting the Street The other stones commemorate local benefactors John Wright and Phillip Sewell, of Dudwick Park, Buxton. The burial ground was partially destroyed in 1984, when a large part was bulldozed without permission! [text by Geoffrey Gillon]
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