Burial

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BURIAL. The act of interring the dead.
     2. No burial is lawful unless made in conformity with the local regulations; an when a dead body has been found, it cannot be lawfully buried until the coroner has holden an inquest over it. In England. it is the practice for coroners to issue warrants to bury, after a view. 2 Umf. Lex. Coron. 497, 498.

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Funeral service at the Church of St Mary Magdalene, Mitford, Northumberland on Monday 3rd December at 2.00pm, to which all friends are welcome, followed by private interment. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held early in 2019.
Funeral service, Monday June 4th, Middleton Parish Church at 1.30pm followed by interment at Middleton New (Boarshaw) Cemetery.
Army decision, that same year, to revoke the eligibility of WASPs for interment at Arlington.
Friends please meet for Funeral Service and interment at the West Road Cemetery on Friday 7th August at 12.00noon.
The family have been so upset by the rule they have decided to make other arrangements for the interment, meaning the couple will not be "reunited" as Natalie had hoped.
Funeral service at St Judes Church Maypole on Thursday 22nd August at 12 noon, followed by interment at Kings Norton Cemetery.
Interment Thursday 6th June at Forest Park Cemetery in London.
followed by Service and Interment at Southern Cemetery Chapel, Manchester on Monday, 10th September 2012 at 11.15 a.m.
f o l l o w e d b y interment at Rose Hill Natural Burial Ground, Fixby at 12.00 noon.
followed by interment. Family flowers only please donations if wished to Upper Churchyard at Hopesay.
In 1951, when Australian Anne Dangar died at age sixty-five, a speaker at her interment was moved to declare (pace Picasso): "We are attending the funeral of a potter, the greatest potter in France!" Dangar had devoted the last twenty-one years of her life to her pottery, to her "master," the Cubist Albert Gleizes, and to the work they shared with others at Moly-Sabata, the artists' colony on the Rhone, south of Lyons.
Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which provided the legal base for interment. It was met with opposition, its constitutionality was questioned, and there was no evidence that the West Coast Japanese were a danger to the nation.