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Puttenham cemetery is managed by Puttenham (civil) parisha Civil Parish is the bottom most tier of local government in England Sometimes called Town Councils in urban areas
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Friends of Surrey Cemeteries (Surrey Cemeteries: a survey, 2012):
Puttenham Heath Road B3000. Opened 1883. ¼ acre. Extended 1950s. Chapel now destroyed.
SHC 8180/1 plan of cemetery 1950 spaces 1-400 with names.
Now situated in the middle of a golf course, behind the clubhouse on a slope surrounded by a low wire fence. The parish sold land for £68 6/-2d in August 1882 and used these funds to purchase the plot for the cemetery. The total cost of the ¼ acre cemetery and mortuary chapel was £450.
Visited 2005 - Hidden in trees across fairway (but footpath signed from road). Fenced area with old section nearest to road. Middle somewhat raised with seats – possibly location of original chapel. Beyond this higher section extended into in 1950s. Paths grassed over. Generally very ordinary memorials but quite a homely feel – a couple of terra-cotta memorials.
Puttenham Cemetery is in the Ancient Parishan Ancient Parish is a Church of England parish which, until the 19th century, had both ecclesiastical and civil functions of St John the Baptist, Puttenham
WSFHS CD10 (The Surrey Burial Index) has burial records for St John the Baptist, Puttenham from 1562 to 1865. For a full list of parishes covered click here (opens in a new page). or see our sales page for more information (opens in a new page).
WSFHS CD42(Ancient Parishes in the Farnham District) has Baptismal records for St John the Baptist, Puttenham from 1562 to 1840, marriages from 1562 to 1837 and burials from 1562 to 1840; see our sales page for more information (opens in a new page).
Puttenham is a (civil) parisha Civil Parish is the bottom most tier of local government in England Sometimes called Town Councils in urban areas
[NB Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have different systems of local government] in the Guildford District of Surrey
Unless otherwise stated the dates for the creation of parishes are taken from Youngs, Frederick. A., Guide to the Administrative Units of England; Royal Historical Society: London, 1979 volume 1 Southern England.
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