Manor Park Cemetery Records now complete

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<script type=text/javascript src=http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show ads.js></script></div></p>DeceasedOnline has announced the completion of the Manor Park Cemetery & Crematorium records. The records span the time period 25th March 1875 to January 2010. Manor Park is unusual in the fact that it has been owned and run by the same family since it establishment in 1875. This cemetery is well cared for and is still in  operation, making it easy for those whose ancestors are buried there.

Annie Chapman one of Jack the Ripper’s victims is buried here along with Winston Churchill’s nanny showing that the cemetery was open for all regardless of social standing.

DeceasedOnline are currently digitising 2.6 million burial and cremation records to add to their database, from 16 burial and cremation authorities around the UK. 1.7 million further records have been digitised from another 18 authorities and are due to be added this year. Plus they are in serious talks with a further 94 authorities about bringing nearly 12 million more records to the website. So lots to look forward to !

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New additions to Manor Park Cemetery database

New additions to Manor Park Cemetery database

DeceasedOnline have added a further 130,000 entries to their Manor Park Cemetery database, there are now almost 275,000 burial & cremation records for this East London cemetery. The time period now spans 1898 to 2010, the final 160,000 records covering 1875 – 1898 will be added very soon.

The records available include burial registers, grave books and grave section maps.

DeceasedOnline tells me that amongst the inhabitants of Manor Park is the World’s 2nd heaviest man, a young Victoria Cross awardee and a royal nanny, you never know your ancestors may have famous neighbours in death!

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Manor Park Crematorium Records Online

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<script type=text/javascript src=http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show ads.js></script></div></p>The records for Manor Park Crematorium in Forest Gate, East London are now all online at DeceasedOnline. The registers date from 1955 through to 1991 and computerised records 1991 – 2010 so quite a recent run of records.

At the present time there are a total of 145,000 individual records online for Manor Park, and the balance for the cemetery will go online within the next few weeks. The total number of records for the cemetery & crematorium will be 420,000 so a significant set of records.

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More Cemetery Records Online

More Cemetery Records OnlineI’m playing catch-up with all the family history news that happened whilst I was away floating around the pacific on the Unlock The Past Genealogy cruise. I see that DeceasedOnline have released news about several more cemetery collection due to go online soon or are online now.

West Yorkshire. The registers of 18 cemeteries, some quite large, and 2 crematoria are due online in March. No word where they are situated in West Yorkshire as yet.

Manor Park, East London. 420,000 records from the Manor Park Cemetery & Crematoria in East London have started to go online, the complete upload will be finished early March. The records comprise Burial Registers, Grave Registers, Maps and some photographs. Manor Park Cemetery is a significantly large London cemetery, it opened in 1875 with the first interment taking place in March of that year. Set on 43 acres it is run by the great grandchildren of the original founder of the cemetery.

The cemetery has an interesting website which you might want to view if you find you have ancestors resident there.

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Manor Park Cemetery, London Records go online

Manor Park Cemetery, London Records go onlineThe first batch of records for Manor Park Cemetery have gone online at Deceasedonline. They are the more recent records 1931 – 2010, but the earlier ones will be following shortly.

Manor Park Cemetery & Crematorium is situated in East London and with 420,000 records is one of the larger London cemeteries. The cemetery is run by a private company and opened in 1875. The cemetery has an interesting website which will give researchers a feel for the place.

So if you have East London ancestors this is dataset will be great interest to you.

 

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