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Caption for Bristol, Arnos Vale Cemetery 1887: Opened in 1836 by the Bristol General Cemetery Co, Arnos Vale became the city's main burial ground until augmented by the opening of Greenbank Cemetery during the 1870s. Arnos Vale was laid out in terraces, and Charles Underwood designed its Doric lodges and classical chapels.

An extract from Around Bristol Photographic Memories.

Memories of Bristol, Arnos Vale Cemetery 1887

Arnos Vale Cemetery is the location of the tomb of Raja Ram Mohun Roy - 'The Father of Modern India'. He died when on a visit to Bristol in 1833. This gentleman left home and 'sought knowledge by his extensive travels'. He mastered ten languages, encouraged the study of English in early 19th century India and (...Read full memory)

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