Scholemoor Cemetery, Bradford
Scholemoor Cemetery was the first municipal cemetery opened in Bradford, after the Bradford Cemetery Company private burial ground at Undercliffe.
This fully searchable CD-ROM, which is alternatively available as a File Download from the GENFAIR site , contains transcriptions of all readable Gentile, Jewish and Muslim memorial inscriptions in the cemetery as follows:-
- The interment memorials 1860-1994
- The Crematorium and Columbarium memorials 1905-2005, and
- The Garden of Remembrance memorials 1969-2009.
Over 18,500 memorials have been recorded with an estimate of over 90,000 people mentioned therein, several from places outside Bradford including overseas. Many refer to deaths during the 1st and 2nd World Wars.
The CD-ROM also contains a history of the cemetery, maps showing the areas transcribed and several photographs.
All the data is in PDF format which is fully searchable. PDF files require Adobe Reader to be installed on the users computer and a copy of Adobe Reader Version 6 for Windows is included on the CD.
System requirements: Windows 95 or later, Monitor display of 800x600 or higher. Also usable on a Mac.
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Price in POUNDS STERLING including postage and packing
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The CD is available for payment:
by STERLING CHEQUE from Publications Officer, 209 Bierley Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD4 6DN, England. Please make cheques payable in STERLING to "Bradford Family History Society", or
by CREDIT CARD at the GENfair website, however prices from GENfair may differ slightly because postage charges are separately calculated by weight.
It is also available from GENfair as a File Download.
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