Discover your ancestors in burial records between 1538 and 2006 in 112 parishes in Kent. You may uncover their age, date and place of burial, and possibly some interesting details, such as whether they were foundlings, like one-year-old Charles Young who was buried in 1867 in East Peckham St Michael.
Each record comprises a transcript of the original parish register of the burial. The amount of information listed varies, but the records usually include a combination of the following information about your ancestor:
• First name
• Last name
• Burial day
• Burial month
• Burial year
• Burial place
Some records provide further details about your ancestor. These additional details may include:
• Notes (on marital status, parents’ names, if foundling)
• Job title
The record set comprises over 395,000 burial records from 112 parishes in Kent.
These records date from 1538 to 2006.
Kent is a county in the southeast of England. It borders London, Essex, Surrey, and Sussex, and nominally France, midway through the Channel Tunnel. Maidstone is the county town of Kent.
For a full list of the parishes available in Kent Burials, consult Kent parish lists in the Useful Links and Resources section.
Note: there are no images accompanying these transcripts.