|Welcome to the website for the Friends of Online order prescription viagra Linwood Cemetery Charitable Trust. You are invited to browse through the relics of the past. We hope that you will be inspired to come back and Amoxil for sale perhaps even become involved. Your interest and participation is welcome. Many of the headstones in the cemetery reveal stories about people who formed and developed Christchurch – from artisan to engineer, and there are many fine examples of the work of local monumental masons.Those buried at Linwood Cemetery include explorer Arthur Dudley Dobson (of Arthur’s Pass fame); at least twelve Christchurch mayors, several Members of Parliament, bishops and ministers; the Peacock family whose philanthropy included the iconic Peacock Fountain in the Botanical Gardens and Thomas John Edmonds the No prescription cialis founder of the ‘Sure to Rise’ Edmonds Flour Factory. The cemetery also contains the graves resited from the 19th century Jewish Cemetery in Hereford Street, original settlers from the ‘First Four Ships’, the highest number of WW1 memorials in any cemetery in Christchurch, 450 people who signed the NZ suffrage petition and many ‘first generation’ New Zealanders. Two of the sextons who looked after the cemetery are also buried within it.
Linwood Cemetery is important not only for its ‘notable person’ graves, but that everyone buried there is significant to the development of the Christchurch and New Zealand we know today.
Prior to the formation of the Friends of the Linwood Cemetery Charitable Trust, the cemetery had fallen into disrepair through neglect and vandalism. Today a small group of volunteers maintain and Viagra online without prescription care for the headstones, garden and paths by doing grave and landscape plantings, weeding and facilitating headstone restoration and work to raise the profile of this important heritage site and greenspace.
Our vision is to conserve and maintain the heritage of Linwood Cemetery for future generations.