The first phase of Nottingham City burial records has been made available online.
Over 400,000 unique burial and cremation records from Nottingham City Council are now available on Deceased Online.
Deceased Online says: “The records are being introduced in two phases with the newer cemeteries’ and crematorium’s records available first. These are:
- High Wood Cemetery, opened 2006
- Northern Cemetery (Bulwell), opened 1903
- Southern Cemetery (Wilford Hill), opened 1919
- Wilford Hill Crematorium, opened 1931
“Records are available up until 2011 and comprise:
- Scans of original registers (until the 1990’s when replaced by computerised records, dates vary by site)
- Computerised register records (from the 1990s, dates vary by site)
- Grave details indicating all those buried within each grave
- Maps indicating the section of a cemetery where graves are located
- Maps indicating scattering locations of ashes in the crematorium
- A total of 400,000 individuals.
“In the locations above, there are approximately 180,000 burials and over 220,000 cremations records.
“The second phase of Nottingham City records on Deceased Online (which should be available in the next few months) will feature the following cemeteries:
- Basford Cemetery, opened 1871
- Church (aka Rock) Cemetery, opened 1850
- General Cemetery, opened 1836″