26 December 2019

News from Deceased Online and TheGenealogist

Boxing day news just in.

Salford records available on Deceased Online

Agecroft Cemetery, originally known as Salford Northern Cemetery has 51,282 records from 1903 to 2003.

Peel Green Cemetery, originally known as Eccles Cemetery has 44,276 records from 1879 to 2010.

Their records comprise digital scans of the original burial and cremation registers, cemetery maps showing the section in which the grave is located, and grave details for each of the graves and their occupants.

TheGenealogist has released colour tithe maps for Cumberland

Subscribers to TheGenealogist’s Diamond membership can now view the latest colour or grayscale maps when using the Tithe & Landowner records.

Colour maps now cover the counties of Warwickshire, Rutland, Huntingdonshire, Buckinghamshire, Middlesex, Northumberland, Surrey, Westmorland, the City, North and East Ridings of Yorkshire along with the newly launched Cumberland.

These highly detailed maps to the apportionment books provide researchers with the details of the plots, their owners and their occupiers at the time that the survey was taken in Victorian times, from large estate owners to occupiers of small plots such as a homestead or a cottage.

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