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Alnwick Cemetery
Headstone Summaries

Alnwick Cememetry, South Road, AlnwickAlnwick Cemetery was opened in 1856, when the parish graveyard at St. Michael’s Church closed, for the people of Alnwick and Denwick to lay to rest their loved ones. The tree planting was on a grand scale, and the mature trees we see today lend an air of grace, dignity and serenity to the Cemetery. The architecture is by FR Wilson, there are two Chapels.

The Headstone Summaries are listed by location in the Area. Select an Area number:

You may have to wait for a moment until the file loads, particularly with the larger ones.

There are over three thousand monuments in the older part of the Cemetery. This work was done in connection with Commonwealth War Graves and is only a partial sample. Information is available from the Town Council or the Cemetery Superintendent on site. This is only a preliminary sample


If you would like any further information please contact the Secretary (see Contacts) who will pass your enquiry on.