Queensbury Municipal Cemetery, Bradford CD
Transcriptions of Monumental & Memorial Inscriptions 1905-2014
The municipal cemetery at Queensbury was opened in 1905 and the recording of the memorials by volunteers from Bradford Family History Society was completed in summer 2014. The adjacent graveyard of Holy Trinity Church was not recorded. Because the cemetery is still in use, the memorials may change.
This fully searchable CD-ROM is also available as a downloadable pdf file and includes:
a brief history of the cemetery,
plans and maps to aid searching,
and transcriptions of the following:
monumental inscriptions (sections A, B, H and I),
memorial plaques (central area and section J),
short supplement from earlier recordings where stones are no longer apparent ,
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There are also some photographs of headstones and of the cemetery.
We recommend that you use Adobe Reader to facilitate access to all the functionality of the data on this CD.
System requirements: Windows XP or later, Monitor display of 800x600 or higher.
Also usable on a Mac.
Surname search facility
Click here to see which surnames appear in the CD and over what period.
Price in POUNDS STERLING including postage and packing
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The CD is available for payment:
by STERLING CHEQUE from Publications Officer, Bradford FHS, 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.