ST. CHRISTOPHER NEVIS IN ANGUIL
OFFIC IL GAZETT ,5
Published by Authority.
VOL. XLIX WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1ST, 1954 No. 29.
Saint Christopher Nevis and
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS
1954, No. 18.
Burial Ground. (The Christian Missions in
Many Lands Anguilla).
By the Governor of the Leeward Islands.
K. W. BLACKBURNE,
WHEREAS by section 3 subsection (I) of the
Private Burial Grounds Ordinance, 1927, (No. 16 of
1927), it is provided that the Governor in Conncil
may by Proclamation license as a private Burial
Ground any parcel of land, not being within the lim-
its of the towns of Basseterre, Sandy Point or Charles-
town which may be required for that purpose:
AND WHEREAS a certain piece or parcel of
land situate at the Valley in the island of Anguilla
and bounded on the North by the Methodist Ceme-
tery, 105 feet, On the South by lands of Charles Carty,
105 feet, On the East by Government lands, 71 feet,
an On the West by lands of The Stewards Company
Limited, 71 feet is required by the religious organisa-
tion known as "The Christian Missions in Many
Lands" for the purpose of a Burial Ground:
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1ST 1954.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor in Council
doth hereby license the said piece or parcel of land
siiuate at the Valley in the island of Anguilla as a
private Burial Ground and the same is hereby pro-
claimed to be licensed accordingly and all Her
Majesty's loving subjects in the said Presidency and
all others whom it may concern are hereby required
to take due notice hereof and to govern themselves
GIVEN at the Government House, Saint
Christopher, this Ist day of December,
1954, and in the third year of Her Majes-
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
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