BURIAL AND CREMATION REGISTERS
We are pleased to include here a consolidated index of burials derived from our records for burials and cremations. These now include all burials from 1885 onward, plus burials from 1775 that were marked by a surviving gravestone.
Click here to view the register summary Burial Records
Click here to view the key to codes used. Key to codes used
See also the website of the Kent Archaeology Society for a map and index to graves in the old part of the St. Giles graveyard.
For queries and further information please contact the Parish Office in the first instance.
Burial RegistersBurial Registers document services held at St. Giles church, including services that are to be followed by burials of Ashes in the Garden of Remembrance.
The Records of burials prior to 1885 are contained in Burial Registers that are archived in Bromley public library in the 'Local History' section. Also there are the first four volumes of Burial Registers for Farnborough Parish, covering the period from 1885 to 1990.
The volume numbers are P144/1/9,10,42,43,44,46
Registers for burials and cremations from 1990 onward are still held in the church.
Grave RegistersThe parish has also maintained 'Grave Registers' since 1885, which unlike the Burial Registers, are sequenced by grave number, and are therefore still active documents. These will remain in the Church archives, and are contained in three volumes. These only include burials in the 'New' graveyard.
You may be researching your family history or have other reasons for tracing a record of someone’s burial.
If you would like further
information and/or wish to inspect either the record in the Grave
Registers or the grave itself, you may make an appointment to visit
the Church - preferably on a Tuesday morning - by telephoning or
emailing the Parish Office
by HENRY WILSON. Farnborough, 1903
From a publication entitled
"THE PARISH REGISTERS OF FARNBOROUGH, IN THE COUNTY OF KENT, From 1338 TO 1812.", EDITED BY HENRY WILSON, M.A., F.S.A. FARNBOROUGH LODGE, KENT.1904.
The Farnborough registers which begin in 1558 are contained, so far as they have been printed, in three volumes.
The first volume consists of 92 parchment pages, bound in vellum, 14.3 inches by 6, containing the entries from 1558 to 1747. There is a blank from 1624 to 1660.
The second volume has 168 parchment pages, 12 inches by 7, bound in rough calf. It has marriages from 1752 to 1791, christenings from 1749 to 1812, burials from 1752 to 1812, and beginning at the other end, marriages from 1792 to 1800.
The third volume is of paper printed forms, 14.2 inches by 9, bound in rough calf. It contains marriages from, 1793 to 1812. Only 11 pages are used, the rest are blank.
These will be found on pages 152 to 163, and the index to them on pages 164 to 173
|Henry Wilson’s Grave c.1908|