Toxteth Park Cemetery

ANFIELD CEMETERY

rED bUTTON CONSECRATED PART, 1873 UPLOADED SUNDAY 23rd MARCH 2014

CONSECRATED PART TRANSCRIBED FOR YEARS

1863 1864 1865 1866 1867 1868 1869

1870 1871 1872 rED bUTTON1873

rED bUTTONUN-CONSECRATED PART, 1885, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889 & 1890 UPLOADED TUESDAY 1st OCTOBER 2013

UNCONSECRATED PART TRANSCRIBED FOR YEARS

1863 1864 1865 1866 1867 1868 1869

1870 1871 1872 1873 1874 1875 1876 1877 1878 1879

1880 1881 1882 1883 1884 rED bUTTON 1885 rED bUTTON 1886 rED bUTTON 1887 rED bUTTON 1888 rED bUTTON 1889

rED bUTTON 1890

rED bUTTONROMAN CATHOLIC PART, 1871 & 1872 UPLOADED TUESDAY 1st OCTOBER 2013

ROMAN CATHOLIC PART TRANSCRIBED FOR YEARS

1863 1864 1865 1866 1867 1868 1869

1870 rED bUTTON1871 rED bUTTON1872

This will be a long process and I hope you will bear with, as with Toxteth Park we will add years as they are transcribed.

Click on ANFIELD CEMETERY link above to go to the home page.

 

TOXTETH PARK CEMETERY INDEXES can still be accessed as normal below
Have you located a long lost relative on our site and would you like to donate and keep our site free in the future?. All donations will be used for the upkeep of our site, and shall be used to purchase more web space for future ventures.
"Search The Data Base" gives you the ability to access the names of particular individuals you are searching for. The search engine will give all the people interred within that particular grave. My thanks go to John Marsden for his time and effort in producing this fabulous resource.

Some of the churches, churchyards and headstones are long since gone. so I have compiled a list of all Municipal Cemeteries, Churchyards and Burial Grounds within the Liverpool area where burials have taken place. So if you are unsuccessful in locating the burial of an individual in Toxteth Park Cemetery, try an alternative churchyard or cemetery as they may be interred there.

By law, as each graveyard or cemetery were closed and the headstones, etc, removed they were obliged to transcribe all inscriptions on each relevant memorial. These are lists of Inscriptions, Epitaphs & Memorials transcribe by James Turner & David Ensign Gardner in the 1800's and 1930's. A brief outline on each person and all relative Liverpool library references numbers are given.

List of Cemeteries within the Liverpool area

The Cemetery is divided into 57 different sections, 38 Consecrated or C of E, (coloured Yellow) and 19 Un-Consecrated or General Section (coloured Blue,) The plan on the left is coloured yellow for Consecrated, and blue for Un-Consecrated sections. The colours are my own way of identifying each section. The plan on the right was the original drawn up by Liverpool City council.

If an individual is found within the main indexes, the Section and Grave Number will be shown. The Section and Grave Number can then be located within the cemetery by on the use of "Grave Maps". The cemetery is divided into two sections, Consecrated and Un-Consecrated are coloured yellow and blue respectively.

Tell at a glance if a plot in Toxteth Park Cemetery has a headstone by using "Is There A Headstone?". (This is an ongoing project and more will be added at a later dates)
Photographs of Headstones in the Consecrated section. If the letters (HS) appear next to an individuals name within the main Consecrated indexes, this designates there is a photograph of that persons headstone. These are in alphabetical order and in some cases sub divided again for ease of access.
Photographs of Headstones in the Un-Consecrated section. If the letters (HS) appear next to an individuals name within the main Un-Consecrated indexes, this designates there is a photograph of that persons headstone. These are in alphabetical order and in some cases sub divided again for easier access.
This gives a brief history of Toxteth Park Cemetery. Why it's inception was so vitally important for the health of the people of Liverpool .

All aspects of Liverpool life have found their resting place in Toxteth Park Cemetery. Rich and poor, to scientists, chemists and doctors, victims of the Liverpool Blitz in WWII, (the most heavily bombed city out side of London) and the most famous maritime disaster of all time, Titanic. Some notable people are interred here.

A collection of contemporary Newspaper Articles relating to Toxteth Park Cemetery.
Photographs of notices around the cemetery relating to pricing and monumental masons. Also, a copy of an original receipt for a burial from 1883.

 

I have removed the records for The Necropolis, as they are already being transcribed by "Lancashire OnLine Parish Clerks"

To access "Lancashire OnLine Parish Clerks" click on the link http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/