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Norwich City Council

Norwich City Council manages two cemeteries, Earlham Rd and Rosary Rd.
Norwich City Council,
City Hall,
St Peter's Street,

website: Norwich City Council

Historic Norwich is the county town of Norfolk in the East of England and, until the Industrial Revolution, was the second largest city in England, and one of the most important. Norwich boasts two universities and two cathedrals, and much of the original medieval city still exists with cobbled streets and half timbered buildings. The city is historically known for the manufacture of shoes, clothing, joinery, aircraft design, and chocolates, and today is rich in culture with many museums, theatres, and galleries.

Records on Deceased Online

  • Earlham Road Cemetery, 170,930 records, from 1856 to 2008
  • Rosary Road Cemetery, 20,627 records, from 1821 to 2007

The records comprise digital scans of the burial and grave registers, maps showing the section in which the grave is located, and grave details for each of the graves and their occupants.

Note: to comply with UK data protection and GDPR, addresses of the deceased are masked in register scans for the last 15 years.

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