Sheffield & District Family History Society

Downloadable Burial Records and Monumental Transcriptions / Sheffield Churchyard Burial Records

Transcriptions of burial registers of a wide range of Sheffield parish churches. Detail varies between records depending upon what was recorded at the time. At a minimum this covers name, age and date of burial but may also include address, occupation, name of relative and even, occasionally, cause of death. For a guide to Sheffield parishes see Section 1: Books about Sheffield records and research, item SHE-G110.

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All Saints Ecclesall 1789-1903 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials in the churchyard of Ecclesall parish church in south-west Sheffield. Transcriptions of baptisms and marriages at this church are also available for download....

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All Saints Rotherham 1813-1854 and St Mary Greasbrough 1813-1858 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials at the churchyard of the main central parish church of the South Yorkshire town of Rotherham and the outlying village of Greasbrough....

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Beauchief Abbey 1813-1898, Christ Church Dore 1829-1967, Christ Church Fulwood 1839-1908 and St. James Norton 1813-1947 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials in four parish churchyards serving the far south and south west of Sheffield - With the exception of Fulwood these parishes were part of North-east Derbyshire until a boundary reorganisation in 1934. The Monumental Inscriptions of the gravestones in the churchyard of Christ Church Dore are also available for download....

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Christ Church Attercliffe 1813-1902 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials in the parish church of Attercliffe, a populous area of east Sheffield. A million pound church built to serve the working class area that grew up around the industry of the lower Don valley during the nineteenth century. The church was destroyed by bombing during the Second World War and not rebuilt....

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Christ Church Gleadless 1839-1953, Christ Church Heeley 1848-1906 and St John Park 1840-1906 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials in the churchyards of three parish churches built in the nineteenth century to accommodate the needs of Sheffield's expanding population. Files include monumental inscriptions at Christ Church Heeley. Transcriptions of baptisms and marriages at Christ Church Heeley are also available for download....

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Christ Church Pitsmoor 1850-1931, Holy Trinity Darnall 1846-1866, Holy Trinity Wicker 1859, St Lawrence Tinsley 1813-1901 and St Thomas Brightside 1854-1901 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials in five parish churchyards in north and east Sheffield. The graveyard at Holy Trinity opened and closed after 9 burials because it was decided to use the land for a school building. St Thomas served a working class area in the east end of the city, the heartland of the steel manufacturing industry. The Memorial Inscriptions of the extant gravestones at St Thomas Brightsid...

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Christ Church Stannington 1830-1931, Church of the Ascension Oughtibridge 1843-1942, St Mary Bolsterstone 1813-1856 and St Nicholas Bradfield 1813-1899 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials in the churchyards of four parishes located in countryside to the north and west of Sheffield. Bradfield originated as a daughter church of the parish of Ecclesfield in the middle ages. Transcriptions of baptisms and marriages at the Church of the Ascension Oughtibridge church and the Memorial Inscriptions at St Nicholas Bradfield are also available for download....

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Special price for all Sheffield churchyard burial records listed here SHE-G602 to SHE-G617

Transcriptions of burials in churchyards of a wide range of Sheffield parish churches from the sixteenth to the twentieth century....

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St George Portobello 1830-1899 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials in the churchyard of this Million-pound church built to serve the populous area to the immediate west of the city centre....

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St John Chapeltown 1860-1971, St Mary Ecclesfield 1813-1909 and St Peter Tankersley 1598-1840 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials in the churchyards of three parishes in the north of Sheffield. The growth of Chapeltown in the far north of Sheffield during the nineteenth century was stimulated by the establishment of the company of Newton Chambers, while the village of Ecclesfield to the north of Sheffield boasts a fine medieval building known as the 'minster of the moors'. This parish covered a larg...

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St Mary Bramall Lane 1830-1908 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials in the churchyard of this parish church that served the populous area to immediate south of the city centre....

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St Mary Handsworth 1558-1932 Burial Records

Transcriptions of the burial records of this medieval parish church in the south east of Sheffield. Transcriptions of baptisms and marriages at this church are also available for download....

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St Paul's Church (City Centre) 1813-1861 and the Cholera Burial Ground 1832 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burial records of St Paul's in central Sheffield and the common burial ground at Norfolk Park that was created especially for mass burials in the year of the great cholera epidemic....

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St Peter & St Paul (Cathedral) and St James (City Centre) Burial Records 1813-1855

Transcriptions of burials at what is now Sheffield Cathedral and the nearby daughter church of St James. Transcriptions of baptisms and an index of marriages at this church are also available for download....

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St Peter and St Paul (Cathedral) with St James, St Paul, Attercliffe Hill Top Chapel and Ecclesall All Saints1767-1812 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials at the parish church of St Peter and St Paul (Sheffield Cathedral) and its chapels of ease:St James,St Paul's, Attercliffe Hill Top Chapel and Ecclesall All Saints. Transcriptions of baptisms and marriages at the Cathedral church are also available for download....

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St Thomas Brightside Burial Records 1854-1977

Full transcription of burial records of nearly 10,000 burials that took place at this parish church after it opened in the mid-nineteenth century. The church, which is now closed, served a populous working class district in east Sheffield. Data are split between two Excel files....

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St Thomas, Crookes 1859-1973, St Mary Walkley 1880-1901 and Wadsley Church 1835-1903 (7th May 1891 to 11th January 1895 missing) Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials in three parish churchyards in north west Sheffield. The Wadsley records contain a number of burials of patients of the nearby South Yorkshire Lunatic Asylum (later Middlewood Hospital). Burials between 7th May 1891 and 11th January 1895 have not been transcribed because the register cannot be located....

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St. Philip Shalesmoor 1829-1905 & 1918 and Wardsend Cemetery 1857-1905 Burial Records

Transcriptions of burials in the churchyard of St. Philip's and its cemetery at Wardsend. This parish church served a large working class community to the north west of the city centre. Wardsend Cemetery in the Upper Don Valley was opened in 1857 to cater for parish burials when the small churchyard became full. Includes some military bruials from Hillsborough Barracks....

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