St Nicholas Gardens are the burial grounds which surround the ancient mother church of Brighton St Nicholas. A site of pre christian importance, a church has been present since at least the 11th century. The gardens formed the main burial grounds for Brighton residents until the 1850′s. The details and stories of those interred at the site have been lost over the ages.
In recent years effort has been made to rediscover the detail of those remembered and the tales which accompany them. The Brighton Mortiquarian will log and publish this detail.
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