Most of the graves here received Christian burials; there are some Chinese graves, as well as the graves of some of Penang's early German residents. There are at least two Armenian graves. Many of the graves remaining today are no longer identifiable; this is attributed to vandalism and uncontrolled landscaping activities by ignorant contractors. A striking feature is the fact that a vast number of the ‘residents’ here are of a very young age; some headstones indicate men and women buried who were in their twenties and thirties.
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