Cremation in Great Britain: The Modern Cremation Movement, Description of British Crematories, Etc., Illustrated with Numerous Views, Together with the Cremation Act, 1902, and Regulations for Carrying Out Cremation
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ADVERTISEMENTS allow the cremation Antoinette Sterling appointed ashes attended the deceased Bart Birmingham Bishop of Manchester Britain building burial authority Burial Board burning carriage CASKET catafalque cause of death certiﬁcate given certiﬁcate in Form chapel City cofﬁn coﬁin columbarium coroner in Form Corporation Council Cremation Act CREMATION ARRANGED CREMATION AUTHORITY Cremation Society Crematorium CROUCH END deﬁnitely desired DISPOSAL Duke of Westminster EMBALMING erected executor Finchley Road ﬁrst cremation ﬁve ﬁxed Funeral Furnisher Government Board grounds Hall Harlesden Headingley High Street Home Secretary human remains incinerating chamber inquest interment James Nasmyth late Sir HENRY Lawnswood Leeds Manchester marble medical certiﬁcate Medical Referee moderate charges niche oﬁice Oﬂicer person post-mortem examination PURNELL qualiﬁcations Regent Street regulations residing sanitary satisﬁed Secretary seen and questioned Sir Henry Thompson Society of England t/ze take place Telegrams Telephone Terra-Cotta tion Undertaker Woking