Saturday, 25 February 2017

Liverpool Cemeteries Online

Liverpool is the UK's seventh most populous community. The City Council manages the following area cemeteries and crematoria:

Allerton Cemetery (1909)
Anfield Cemetery and Crematorium (1863)
Bootle (1913)
Everton Cemetery(1880)
Kirkdale Cemetery (1881)
Springwood Crematorium (1975)
Toxteth Cemetery (1856)
West Derby Cemetery (1884)

About 4 Km from the terminal where many set off across the high seas for a new life lies the oldest, Toxteth Park Municipal Cemetery. Memorial inscriptions from 1856 to 2000, over 20,000 of them, have been transcribed by Robert and Rose Anderson and placed in a database. Check it out at

The Andersons have also contributed a listing of 50,784 surname entries for burials at Anfield Municipal Cemetery, the second oldest. Finding those MI transcriptions is a two step process, the first will find which transcription files have information for the surname. Start at

For Allerton Cemetery check out which also has a few records for other locations.

Ancestry has 502,518 records for burial at Ford Cemetery and 32,804 for Yew Tree Cemetery, both Catholic but without plot numbers.

Findmypast has 2,741 burial records for St Anne, Richmond.

Burials at All Saints, Childwall, 1557-1728 are at

The Commonwealth War Grave Commission records 992 burials at Anfield with another 47 cremated, 516 at Kirkdale, 436 at Ford, 419 at Allerton, 275 at Toxteth Park, 245 at West Derby, 199 at Bootle, 106 at Yew Tree and burials at seven other Liverpool cemeteries.

For information on Jewish cemeteries see

Map from Wikipedia

1 comment:

Helen said...

Hi John
Thank you for the information on the cemeteries that you are publishing. After finding my gg grandfather in the Birmingham cemeteries information you posted a week ago or so, I ordered his burial information. When I received that, I emailed your blog to my 3 third cousins in England, the US and Canada, and they were each inspired to search for their Brum relatives and expressed thanks to me. I am passing their thanks on to you.
I hope others have found this series of cemetery blogs equally useful.
Best wishes,