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Gravestone photographic resource England page Cambridgeshire (England ) grave monument locations

Cambridgeshire locations that have been photographed and indexed by the GPR

city / town / villagechurch graveyard /
cemetery / memorial name
grave
records
namesrequestsstatuspending notesdate added
BurwellSt Mary the Virgin2384434 10 January 2018
CambridgeSt Botolph31852inside church only 25 September 2015
St Clement2139090% complete 09 October 2015
Castle CampAll Saints361 06 April 2011
ChatterisSt Peter and St Paul8521435 24 May 2015
War Memorial37371 24 May 2015
CoatesHoly Trinity8501,661146believed to be complete 23 December 2012
CoveneySt Peters ad Vincula1312193 24 May 2015
War Memorial14141 24 May 2015
Methodist41711 24 May 2015
ElyBeech Lane1182245850% complete 02 June 2013
War Memorial000pending November 2019
EynesburySt Mary the Virgin1292341170% complete 09 October 2014
GrafhamAll Saints891791 22 November 2018
Guilden MordenSt Mary10717630believed to be complete 12 January 2013
Higham FerrersSt Mary the Virgin5110 04 January 2017
HoughtonBaptist41995 02 April 2015
HuntingdonNorth Street Lawn Cemetery000pending April 2019
Hartford Church Cemetery000pending January 2019
Priory Road Cemetery000pending Started photographing. Although not particularly old, many of the memorials are illegible due to extreme fading and frost damage. This Cemetery was first established in the 1850s and was originally laid out by Robert Hutchinson, a well known Architect at the time. It is dominated by a Victorian Chapel. This Cemetery is predominately the old 'traditional' type, which contains memorials of all shapes, sizes and conditions and also has an lawn area where the memorials comprise solely of a headstone.April 2019
Primrose Lane Lawn Cemetery000pending April 2019
IslehamWar Memorial59590 22 May 2019
KeystonSt John the Baptist1262460 21 December 2018
Little DownhamSt Leonard511107 24 May 2015
War Memorial11111 24 May 2015
MarchWar Memorial3323323 27 March 2016
Oundle and AshtonWar Memorial92920 07 May 2015
PeterboroughCathedral7812832 before 2010
SnailwellSt Peter1061944 04 January 2017
St IvesWar Memorial1051051believed to be complete 30 July 2015
St NeotsNew Street Baptist Church and Rotary Garden438614believed to be complete except inside church 15 September 2014
Swaffham PriorSt Mary10920578 29 September 2014
Thorney AbbeySt Mary and St Botolph89190141only pre 1901 before 2010
West WrattingSt Andrew252 06 April 2011
Weston ColvilleSt Mary9135 06 April 2011
WisbechFriends Meeting House26294 12 September 2012
General27460613470% complete 03 October 2013
WooddittonSt Mary the Virgin9216647 before 2010

The Cambridgeshire area list

The grave monument sites within Cambridgeshire listed above (with links) are ones that have been photographed and indexed by the GPR.The ones in red (without links) are pending and will be added once they have been photographed and indexed.

To see details of a particular church, cemetery or other memorial sites, click its name link. To see details of all the churches, cemeteries and war memorials in a particular location (city / town / village), click on the location name.

Cemetery, churchyard and memorial names that are listed in RED are ones which volunteers are currently photographing and indexing and are therefore not yet available.

The list below gives the complete list of pending locations within Cambridgeshire.

Cambridgeshire grave monument locations scheduled to be photographed and indexed by the GPR

Below are the grave monument sites that are going to be added to Cambridgeshire.
city / town / villagecemetery namevolunteerstatusexpected date to
be added to GPR
notes

Ely

War MemorialStephen StriplingpendingNovember 2019

Huntingdon

Hartford Church CemeteryPaul DonohoependingJanuary 2019
North Street Lawn CemeteryPaul DonohoependingApril 2019
Primrose Lane Lawn CemeteryPaul DonohoependingApril 2019
Priory Road CemeteryPaul Donohoescheduled to be photographedApril 2019Started photographing. Although not particularly old, many of the memorials are illegible due to extreme fading and frost damage. This Cemetery was first established in the 1850s and was originally laid out by Robert Hutchinson, a well known Architect at the time. It is dominated by a Victorian Chapel. This Cemetery is predominately the old 'traditional' type, which contains memorials of all shapes, sizes and conditions and also has an lawn area where the memorials comprise solely of a headstone.



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