'Bury' can also refer to...

Arthur Bury (1624—1713) college head and writer on theology

Between The Buried And Me

Buried Alive: A Tale of These Days

Buried Child

buried position

buried soil

buried topography



Bury Bible

Bury St Edmunds

Bury the Dead

Bury Your Dead


Charles Kenneth Howard Bury (1883—1963) mountaineer and army officer

Charles Rugeley Bury (1890—1968) chemist

château of Bury

diocese of Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich

Dirk Bury

Edward Bury (1794—1858) engineer

Edward Bury (1616—1700) clergyman and ejected minister

Elizabeth Bury (c. 1644—1720) diarist

Fanny Bury Palliser (1805—1878) writer on art

Hugo of Bury St Edmunds (fl. c. 1120—1160) artist

Indian Burying Ground

John Bagnell Bury (1861—1927) classical scholar and historian

John Bury (1925—2000) theatre designer

John Bury (1580—1667) Church of England clergyman

John Bury (1535—1571) translator


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N Manchester town between Bolton and Rochdale. Richmal Crompton, creator of the William books for children, was born on Manchester Road on 15 November 1890; her father was a teacher at Bury Grammar School.


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