The funeral of a woman who died nearly 200 years ago has been held in Plymouth.
The body of Elizabeth Cookworthy, who was 70, has now been placed at Efford Cemetery.
Her remains date back to 1833 and were discovered during the demolition of Bretonside bus station in 2017.
The site was originally a cemetery which was thought to have been cleared during building works in the 1950s. Mrs Cookworthy was one of two people who were buried much deeper than the others and their bodies were found during the more extensive works.
Mrs Cookworthy came from a prominent Quaker family and has now been reunited with the rest of the community.
- Watch: The second burial of Elizabeth Cookworthy