St. Martins (Birmingham) Churchyard Act 1831

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Citation1831 c. xx
ANNO PRIMO
GULIELMI IV. REGIS.
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Cap.
xx.
An Act to amend an Act of the Forty-seventh Year
of King George the Third, for enlarging the
Churchyard belonging to the Parish of Saint
Martin in the Town of Birmingham in the County
of Warwick, and for providing an additional Ceme-
tery or Burial Ground for the Use of the said
Parish. [30th March 1831.]
HEREAS an Act was passed in the Forty-seventh Year of
the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third,
intituled An Act for enlarging
"the
Churchyard
belonging
47G.3.sess.l.
to the Parish of Saint Martin in the Town of Birmingham in the
c.
15.
County of Warwick, and for providing an additional Cemetery or
Burial Ground for the Use of the said Parish
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And whereas by the
said Act certain Persons therein named, and their respective Succes-
sors,
were empowered to enlarge the Churchyard belonging to tlhe
Parish of Saint Martin in the Town of Birmingham aforesaid, and to
take down certain Houses and Buildings surrounding the same, and
to provide an additional Cemetery or Burial Ground for the Use of
the said Parish, and otherwise to carry the said Act into execution,
for which Purposes they were empowered to make an Assessment or
Assessments, Rate or Rates, in addition to the Rates and Levies the
Churchwardens were empowered to make, in any Sum of Money not
exceeding Three-pence in the Pound ; and the said Trustees were
also empowered to raise any Sum or Sums of Money, not exceeding
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