Richard, who died in battle 1485, will be reinterred in Leicester Cathedral.
On the 18th of October, in the same year, the relics were reinterred in the same spot with great solemnities.
His body was taken to Paris for burial, but in 1908 was reinterred at Algiers.
The remains of the bodies were reinterred, and after six months, on a fresh suspicion of poisoning arising, again exhumed.
When the Indians had gone a second time, the grief-stricken Mr. Wood returned and reinterred the remains of his wife and child.
A century later the body was removed from Liège and reinterred in the abbey church of the Benedictine monks of Ardennes.
As soon as the French could land, they again set up the cross, and reinterred the dead.
In it were discovered a number of human bones, which were reinterred in the churchyard.
Are bones collected and reinterred; describe ceremonies, if any, whether modern or ancient.
His amputated foot was dug up and reinterred with extraordinary pomp.