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St Sepulchre's Cemetery, Jericho, Oxford, Oxfordshire. This cemetery chapel in a Norman style was built in 1848 by H. J. Underwood. It served the new St Sepulchre's Cemetery. The chapel was demolished in the late 20th century.

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Reference:POX0087579
Internal reference:NMR:CC51/00465
Collection:Taunt
Title:St Sepulchre's Cemetery, Jericho, Oxford, Oxfordshire. This cemetery chapel in a Norman style was built in 1848 by H. J. Underwood. It served the new St Sepulchre's Cemetery. The chapel was demolished in the late 20th century.
Alternative references:HWT:2652
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St Sepulchre's Cemetery, Jericho, Oxford, Oxfordshire. This cemetery chapel in a Norman style was built in 1848 by H. J. Underwood. It served the new St Sepulchre's Cemetery. The chapel was demolished in the late 20th century.

Corporate name:St Sepulchre's Cemetery
Place:Jericho - Oxford - Oxfordshire - England
Original:photograph
Image asset:digital image
Creator:Henry W. Taunt
Production date:1860-1922
Digitisation reference:CC51_465
Hi-res image link:View higher resolution image cc51_00465.jpg
Recorder note:Original image held by Historic England Archive, Swindon

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