Warwick Cemetery Index. Solihull, England: Midlands Historical Data, 2005.
This database contains burial slips and some accompanying documents recording death and interment details from Warwick Cemetery in England.
Warwick Cemetery, a municipal cemetery outside of Warwick, England, opened in 1859, at a time when church burial grounds in urban areas had gotten full. The bulk of this database is made up of burial slips created to record details of the interments in the cemetery. The slips were sometimes accompanied by other documents; for example, starting in the 1920s, a notice that a death certificate had been issued was filed with the slips, and after 1923, Certificates of Disposal, which confirmed that a death had been registered were often included.
What You Can Find in These Records
The burial slips and related documents in this database can provide the following details:
- date of death
- place of death
- date of burial
- name of minister officiating at burial
- grave details
- from what parish removed
Most of the information for this description comes from Midlands Historical Data’s description of these records.