For all of the following burial indexes there will be a £4.00 non-
returnable search fee per surname for up to three entries from each index. Additional entries are 25p each.
The Black Country Burial Index covers the period 1838 to about 1920.
This index contains the names of 458,000 individuals buried in numerous churchyards in and around the Black Country. The index also includes cemeteries at Bloxwich, Darlaston, Oldbury, Smethwick, Tipton, Walsall Queen Street, Wednesbury, West Bromwich and Willenhall Wood Street.
The Greater Birmingham Burial Index covers the period from 1701 to 1837. This index covers all areas of Birmingham and the surrounding districts that were previously in the counties of Staffordshire and Worcestershire, such as Harborne, Handsworth, Kings Norton, Yardley and others. It also includes churches in the northern part of Warwickshire.
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The Warwickshire Burial Index (Excluding Birmingham) covers the period from 1701 to 1837.
This index covers most of Warwickshire, predominantly in the north of the county, and may include parishes not covered by the index referred to below.
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The Warwickshire Burial Index (Excluding Birmingham) up to 20th century
This index covers most parishes in Warwickshire, and may include parishes not covered by the index referred to above. Nearly all of the parishes have burial records into the 20th century, the most recent being 1997. You can access the parish list, complete with year range and number of burials indexed, and also pay for your enquiry via our online shop
Worcestershire Burial Index
This index covers most parishes in Worcestershire, some from as early as 1538 and some as recent as the mid-20th century. More details here.
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