Sheffield is the UK's fifth most populous community.
The City Council is responsible for the following 16 cemeteries.
Sheffield General Cemetery, opened in 1836 as a nonconformist cemetery, is owned by the City and operated by Sheffield General Cemetery Trust.
Search under Burial Records at the Sheffield Indexers for an index containing records for Abbey Lane (24,445), Burngreave (160,204), City Road (144,982), Crookes (22,066), Darnall (16,225), Handsworth (7,369), Intake (6,557), Norton (19,166), Shiregreen (17,508) and, Stocksbridge (1,009).
City Road and Burngreave Cemeteries have the most Commonwealth War Graves Commission burials.
The National Burial Index on Findmypast has 202,882 results for Sheffield including 37,465 for Tinsley Cemetery, 13,199 for Attercliffe and 1,013 for Woodhouse.
For Jewish burials consult www.jewishgen.org/jcr-uk/Community/Sheffield.htm