London Borough of Sutton cemetery records now online

DeceasedOnline has added all the burial records for the following two cemeteries in the London Borough of Sutton.

  • Sutton Cemetery, off Oldfields Road. Records start 1889
  • Cuddington Cemetery, Worcester Park. Records date from 1902

Burial registers and grave details (names of other also buried in the same plot) are now online. A map showing the plots will be available later.

Merton & Sutton Joint Cemetery in Garth Road is already online.Bandon Hill Cemetery, Wallington will be ready for launching online in early 2014.

So if you have ancestors from London it is worthwhile running their names through the DeceasedOnline search engine. Searches are free, charges are only made for scans of the original registers, grave books, maps and photographs.

Cotswold Cemetery records

If you have Ancestors in the Cirencester area of the Cotswolds then pencil in a few hours into your diaries for next week. Not sure exactly when they are going online, but watch this space for the latest news !! 


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Scottish Burials


More cemetery records have been added to the Deceased Online website. Below is the Press Release….. Note these records go live early evening on Friday.

Edinburgh: 300,000+ burial and cremation
records added to Deceased Online
Nearly 1 million Scottish burial and cremation records now available
• 313,000 records for Edinburgh’s Seafield Cemetery and Crematorium and for Warriston
Crematorium are now on
• Nearly 39,000 burial records dating from 1888 to the present day for Seafield Cemetery
feature scans of mortality registers (with many of them including details of the type of
hearse used!).
• Over 49,500 records from 1939 for Seafield Crematorium are available as scans of
cremation register pages.
• Records for Warriston Crematorium, numbering nearly 225,000 and dating back to 1929,
are available as scans of cremation registers. Please note: records up to 1991 are immediately
available – records after this date are still being uploaded but will be available shortly.
• The combined Edinburgh dataset of 313,000 means that the total Deceased Online
database for Scotland now numbers just under 1 million burial and cremation records

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Romford Cemetery Records now online.


The good people at have just announced clip_image002the following ……..

39,000+ records for Romford Cemetery, Essex

Historic Essex town’s burial records date back to 1871

• All 39,400 burial records for Romford Cemetery, are now available on the Deceased Online website.

• Digitised burial register scans for the period 27 October 1871 to 15 August 1994, and computerised records thereafter, include a range of details such as description of occupation and/or marital status, age, place of death and grave number.

• Grave details for all interments are also available.

• Romford Cemetery is managed by the London Borough of Havering and joins Hornchurch, Rainham and Upminster cemeteries which have their full range of records on

• Deceased Online now has well over 1 million burial and cremation records for the Greater London area and this will increase by a further 200,000 over the next few months.

Love this website !!

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Northamptonshire burial and cremation records

Press release from Deceased Online ….

175,000 Northamptonshire burial and cremation records added to Deceased Online

Data for 7 town cemeteries available now
All records to be online by early July

  • The first data release comprises burial records for seven towns in the English East Midlands area of north/northeast Northamptonshire: Broughton, Burton Latimer, Cransley, Desborough, Pytchley, Rothwell and Rushden.
  • In all, there are approximately 24,000 records in the first batch of data, dating back to 1888, the largest of which is Rushden.
  • The data comprises register scans and grave details for all 24,000 burials
  • Photos of all memorials in Broughton, Cransley and Pytchley cemeteries are also included and there are some photos for memorials in other cemeteries.
  • The remaining 151,000 records are from Kettering’s two cemeteries, London Rd and Rothwell Rd, and the town’s Crematorium which serves a large area stretching across much of north Northamptonshire and into the neighbouring west Cambridgeshire and south Leicestershire. These are expected to be added to the Deceased Online database in early July so keep checking the website.

Wiltshire update – Trowbridge records now live
Further to recently published datasets for cemeteries in Wiltshire, records for Trowbridge, the 7th and largest, are now available Register scans and grave details for all 20,666 burials back to 1856 are included.