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In Victorian times a host of leading journalists and businessmen were interred in Friar’s Bush including the Read Brothers, the founders of the .
In 1869 Friar’s Bush, then dangerously overcrowded, was replaced by Milltown Cemetery as the city's main Catholic cemetary.
This practice, which gave Friar’s Bush its modern name, continued until 1769 when the Penal Laws began to ease.
There is a strong tradition that a friar was hanged there in the 1720s.
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With the foundation of Belfast in 1610, the site became a graveyard for people of all denominations, but especially for the increasing Catholic population drawn to the rising industrial city from all parts of the north and west of Ireland.
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The ‘Plaguey Hill’, were the bodies were buried just inside the gates, now stands as a grim memento of that period.