Burial Records and Monumental Transcriptions

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 Books about Sheffield records and research, item SHE-G110.

Derbyshire Lane Cemetery Norton Burial Records 1869-1995

Transcription of the details of nearly 20,000 internments in the cemetery at Derbyshire Lane in Norton, south Sheffield that took place between 1869 and 1995. Includes internment of ashes as well as burials. Details are name, address and age of deceased and in some cases the occupation and the name of a relation. This cemetery was created originally as a burial ground for the parish of Norton when it was still part of the County of Derbyshire. Includes plot references.

Sheffield General Cemetery Grave Books: All Consecrated Section – Plots A-Z, A1-Z1 and A2-Z2

Transcriptions of Grave Records for the Consecrated Section of the Cemetery for Grave Plots A-Z, A1-Z1 and A2-Z2. The records cover all internments in individual graves made at various dates.  Some detail from monumental inscriptions is also included.  The MIs were transcribed by Sheffield City Council in 1988 when all the gravestones in this part of the cemetery were cleared. The information covers details of the names and dates on the gravestones only.