St Martin's Burials May 1695 to April 1913
The following information was compiled from existing transcripts of parish records by the volunteers of Epsom & Ewell Local And Family History Centre
. The records were incomplete with gaps ranging from a few months to a few years between. The entries from 23rd November 1703 to 27th May 1705 were written in a careless hand and re-written on the following pages but with many variations. The Vicar, the Rev. Ludgater, had died a few weeks previously. Then a pencil note follows 'Burials 27th June 1705 to 11th December 1719 missing'
. Many of the early entries were also out of order, others were incomplete and some in 1773 were entered in two books. Spelling variations are shown in brackets and to aid finding records we have repeated the entry for each variation.
Every effort has been taken to ensure that this alphabetical list is as accurate as possible but some errors are inevitable. If you think that an error has occurred then you can inspect the microfiche copies of the original documents at both the Epsom and Ewell Local and Family History Centre and at the Surrey History Centre in Woking. If you want someone to carry out this research on your behalf contact the relevant Centre but you may have to pay for the time it takes.
For monumental inscriptions please see the The Graveyard & Church Monuments Of Epsom
page. A plan for St Martin's graveyard has been drawn up and is reproduced here in four overlapping sections. Some of the grave numbers are not very clear but in most cases it is possible to work out exactly where the grave is.
Overlapping sections of St Martin's Graveyard - click on an image to enlarge.
Images courtesy of St Martin's Church Epsom © 2011
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