Transcriptions of burials in the churchyard of Ecclesall parish church in south-west Sheffield. Transcriptions of entries in the baptism and marriage registers of this church are also available to download.
Sheffield Churchyard Burial Records
Transcriptions of entries in the 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. All information recorded in the register has been transcribed.
For a guide to Sheffield parishes see Books about Sheffield records and research item SHE-G110.
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.
Transcriptions of burials in the parish churchyard of Attercliffe, a populous area of east Sheffield. The church was 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 was not rebuilt.
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 entries in the baptism and marriage registers of Christ Church Heeley are also available for download.
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 beside the church 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 Brightside are also available for download.