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St Michael's Anglican Cemetery, Mitcham, South Australia

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St Michael's Anglican Cemetery, Mitcham, South Australia

St Michael's Anglican Cemetery also known as the Mitcham Anglican Cemetery is the most easterly of the three cemeteries on Blythewood Road. It is one of the oldest in this State and is of great historic significance. Its 19th century character and aesthetic charm are still very much in evidence. The formal layout and lack of flamboyant headstones seem to reflect the social values of the colonists buried here - practical, hard working people who prospered by their own efforts, and in return gave generously to found many of our great institutions.

Many of the early pioneering families were buried in this cemetery, some more well-known than others, but all made their contribution to the growth and prosperity of this State. City of Mitcham Council PDF


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