WSFHS holds no records for this cemetery.
It is in the ecclesiastical parishan ecclesiastical parish is an administrative area within the Church of England or Roman Catholic church. It is distinct from the civil parish, a local government unit in England of Haslemere St Bartholomew. Until 1838 Haslemere was part of the Ancient Parishan Ancient Parish is a Church of England parish which, until the 19th century, had both ecclesiastical and civil functions of Chiddingfold
There are over 1,800 names for Haslemere St Bartholomew in the Surrey Monumental Inscriptions Index. We also have just over 450 names in the Surrey MI Index for Chiddingfold.
The Chiddingfold inscriptions were copied in 1980 and 1982 by Cliff and Diana Webb. A large number of the older stones in the Churchyard were completely illegible and were ignored. Many of those partially readable were incomplete.
We also have copies of Cookayne's extracts of Haslemere MIs and Alfred Bax's survey ca 1908. Neither of these latter two have yet been transcribed.
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WSFHS CD10(Surrey Burial Index) has burial records for
WSFHS CD15(Surrey Baptisms Not in the IGI) has Baptismal records for
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Friends of Surrey Cemeteries (Surrey Cemeteries: a survey, 2012):
Weycombe Road, Haslemere. Opened 1943, closed to new burials but family graves still being used at end of 20thC. Haslemere Town Council
Visited 2009 and found to be a site of c 1 acre between houses along Weycombe Road. New metal fence around it, Several mature oak trees and a small number of bushes. Wooden gates and metalled parking circle. Ordinary memorials including a number of CWGC. Very friendly ginger cat came in to see us and posed on memorials (as well as jumping up to have head stroked). Why was such a small cemetery opened?
Haslemere 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 Waverley 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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