St Botolph's Church burial ground, Carlton in Cleveland, Yorkshire, England

St Botolph's Church burial ground
Carlton in Cleveland
Yorkshire, England

photo of St Botolph's Church burial ground

St Botolph's Church burial ground, Carlton in Cleveland


St. Botolph's Church, completed in 1897 replaced a old church subject to flooding, is believed to be the most northerly of all his churches and was designed by the nationally famous architect, Temple Moore. It is built in Gothic style with local sandstone.


The GPR holds 262 grave and 561 person records for the burial ground.

The status of the photographing of the burial ground is believed to be complete.

The quality of the photographs of the burial ground is excellent.

There have been 156 requests for photographs from the burial ground.

The latest details for the burial ground were added on 30 June 2013

Cemetery Plan

Cemetery Plan

No cemetery plan is currently available on the GPR.

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