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  1. Baby remains found in mass grave at ex-Irish orphanage
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2017
    Remains of children ranging from new-born to three-years-old discovered in the sewers of a former children's home run by the Roman Catholic Church.
  2. Cape Town's death industry: 'If you’re buried here, it's as if they threw you away'
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2015
    The Xhosa people make up the vast majority of Cape Town's black population, spending most or all of their lives in the South African city. Saverin narrates why the people living there don't want to be buried there.
  3. Humphrey Funeral Home -- A.W. Miles Chapel
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    Resource Type: Organization
  4. Hundreds of Scottish Orphanage Children Allegedly Buried in Mass Grave
    High infant mortality rate and allegations of abuse raise suspicions of Smyllum Park in Lanark, once run by Catholic nuns

    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2017
    The Scottish child abuse inquiry is to investigate claims that the bodies of at least 400 children from an orphanage once run by Catholic nuns are buried in an unmarked mass grave.The Smyllum Park orphanage in Lanark operated from 1864 to 1981.
  5. St. James Cemetery (Toronto)
    Wikipedia article

    Resource Type: Article
    The Anglican St. James Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Toronto still in operation, being opened in 1844 as the burial ground for St. James Cathedral. The cemetery was opened in July 1844 for the burial of people professing the Anglican faith.

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