Recent records exist of Burials dating back to 1847 and Parish records detail burials before that.
Before the 1850s the vast majority of burials were recorded in the registers of Anglican parish churches, although some non-conformist chapels had their own burial grounds. An act of Parliament in 1853 enabled local authorities or private companies to purchase and use land for the purpose of burial.
• Western (new), Chanterlands Ave 1889 – present
• Hedon Road (old) 1875 – present
• Hedon Road (new) 1897 – present
• Northern Cemetery, Chanterlands Ave 1915 – present
• Eastern Cemetery, Preston Road 1931 – present
• General Cemetery, Spring Bank West 1847 – 1972
This week, I shall visit each cemetery looking for burials connected to various family names but not only that I shall be looking for anything that can tell me a little more about the history of Hull; it’s wealth, it’s communities and it’s disasters.
I shall also be seeking out information of the German Church on Nile Street,Hull 1848-1872 as well as The Jewish cemetery on Delhi Street, Hedon Road, opened in June 1858.
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