Just after the kandyan kingdom signed off to the British in 1805, the east India company brought in people from the Britain to grow coffee in the hills. however most of the hills we covered with thick jungles and wildlife and so a lot of them died suffering from malaria or we killed by wild elephants. There are so many youth and infants buried in this cemetery which is saddening, The famous sir John D'oyly is also buried in this cemetery. The cemetery is very well maintained and looks really beautiful and peaceful. The caretaker Mr Charles knows a lot about the people buried here. Its definitely worth the visit.
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