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UK Cemetary websites

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George Report 24 Apr 2004 22:40

This is for Cemetary/Churchyard transcription sites only

see below


George Report 24 Apr 2004 22:41 - Several main Cheshire Cemetaries http://www(.)communigate(.) - West Cemetary, Darlington http://www(.)g0ifk(.)u-net(.)com/stjames.htm - St James Cemetary, Liverpool http://www(.)rydecemetery(.)org(.)uk/ - Ryde Cemetary, Isle of Wight http://freepages(.)genealogy(.)rootsweb(.)com/~abneypark/abneyy(.)html - Abney Park Cemetary, London http://mysite(.)freeserve(.)com/allertoncemetery - Allerton Cemetary, Lancashire http://www(.)liverpoolcemetery(.)co(.)uk/ - Anfield Cemetary Feel free to add more


Mary Report 24 Apr 2004 23:58

Quite a lot of the burial records for several Manchester cemeteries are held at Blackley cemetery. they will answer e mail requests from researchers as well as phone requests. They will even allow you to go to the offices there and search through their record books yourself. Their web pag is: Mary


Lorraine Report 25 Apr 2004 01:20

There's a list with links to churchyard monumental inscriptions in Kent (and a couple in Sussex) between 1890s and 1923. This includes some South London cemeteries which presumably would have been part of Kent at the time.


Lorraine Report 25 Apr 2004 01:29

I should clarify that the Kent inscriptions were collected between 1890s-1923 - the inscriptions themselves were a fair bit older in many cases.


Sandi Report 25 Apr 2004 09:30

British War Memorial Project A Volunteer Project to build an online National War Memorial of British Service Personnel from 1914 to the present day. Including those killed in recent conflicts and peacekeeping operations. http://www(.)britishwargraves(.)org(.)uk/ This project exists to create a photo archive of the graves and memorials to British Servicemen who have fallen in service since the beginning of World War One to the present day.

Helen in Kent

Helen in Kent Report 25 Apr 2004 09:35



George Report 25 Apr 2004 10:53 covers Twickenham Cemetary, East Sheen Cem, Hampton Cem, Richmond Cem, Teddington Cem and Old Mortlake Burial Ground.


George Report 25 Apr 2004 13:03 Sheffield General Cemetary


Patricia Report 25 Apr 2004 17:07

Thank you George for including the Abney Park Cemetery, I have just found 6 of my family on their website.


George Report 25 Apr 2004 18:06

http://freepages(.)genealogy(.)rootsweb(.)com/~chrisu/cemeteries(.)htm some cornwall cemetaries http://www(.)sunnyfields(.)freeserve(.)co(.)uk/church/ - Little Crosby Church, Lancashire http://mysite(.)reeserve(.)com/longtown20/index.html - churches in the longtown area of cumberland http://www(.)oldroots(.)co(.)uk/inscriptions/ - Cemetaries/Churches up and down the country


Debbie Report 25 Apr 2004 18:18

am now in the process of indexing north cornelly cemetery, CAPEL -Y -PIL,, CHURCH,, thats bridgend area , mid glamorgan. from 1927-2005 so if any one needs anything please just e-mail me. deb


Lorraine Report 25 Apr 2004 21:02

Just happened upon this while searching for something else - Waveney District Council in Suffolk has a list of names copied from cemeteries in Beccles, Royal Navy Patrol Cemetery - Belle Vue Park, Bungay,Halesworth, Kirkley, Lowestoft, Southwold, Wrentham.


Barbara Report 26 Apr 2004 17:52

http://www.islandnet(.)com/ocfa/ Above is the Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid site for any of you with folks that emmigrated to Ontario Canada, I think they have over 2 million graves listed. Barbara

Helen in Kent

Helen in Kent Report 26 Apr 2004 20:24

What a brilliant thread, George! I didn't have time to type anything the other day. I have used (a lot) this Lancashire site: www(.)cemsearch(.)com


George Report 26 Apr 2004 20:33 Rochdale Cemetary Office will do free checks if you email them. They send you full plot details giving info on all occupants.


Shelli4 Report 26 Apr 2004 20:47

george thanks for this thread, but i just tried to get on to the site for richmond/ twickenham site but get the following message... Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a01a8' Object required: 'Session(...)' /burials/regenq.asp, line 12 does anyone know what' i've done wrong?? Shelli


George Report 27 Apr 2004 21:21 Stoney Middleton Cemetery,Derby


David Report 30 Apr 2004 18:03

I have just come across this site in the local paper i've had a quick look it seems quite promising it's called Ancestor Gateway. http://www(.)ancestorgateway(.)com/gateway(.)cfm Hope it's of use David

 Sue In Yorkshire.

Sue In Yorkshire. Report 30 Apr 2004 19:31