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A brief article about the burial of still born children in Linwood Cemetery.
A description of some of the nature that thrives in Linwood Cemetery and brings it alive!
A description of the damaged caused to Linwood Cemetery by the 2010-2011 Christchurch, NZ earthquakes.
A description of the "ANZAC Project" carried out by the Friends of Linwood Cemetery to identify those who lost their youth or life during war service and are buried or
A commentary and list of pioneers, pilgrims and early settlers buried in Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, NZ
A description of the burial plots of the Sisters of the Anglican Community of the Sacred Name in Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, NZ.
A description of a project carried out 2015-16 where fragments of headstone were re-positioned onto their correct graves by the Friends of Linwood Cemetery.
Rotherham Street in  Riccarton, runs from Riccarton Road to Peverel Street with the Westfield Riccarton straddling the road
A community space that was established post-earthquake to give Cantabrians a site to run transitional activities and home for a number of post-quake organisations.
Formerly Sumner Road. Named after John Bird Sumner (1780-1862). Re-named Ferry Road. Named because it was the road leading to the ferry at the Heathcote River. From St Asaph Street
Key events in the history of Linwood Cemetery by date order.
A living history of Linwood Cemetery, updated as new information is discovered.
Introduction to Linwood Cemetery
Charles and Ann Gilberthorpe emigrated from England, arriving in Christchurch in 1859
Earthquake damage around the New Brighton end of Pages Road
Named Waltham Road about 1880.
´╗┐Redmund Spur is a new hillside development above Cashmere Road on the lower slopes of the Port Hills.