Grave Locator

The information in this database is based on a survey undertaken by the North-West Kent Family History Society some years ago.  With the Search facility (accessed via the middle button below - looks like binoculars), you can look for entries which contain a certain string of characters.  In the 'element' drop-down box select 'Name' and in the 'condition' drop-down select 'CONTAINS' Then, for example, searching for AMHE in 'the 'value' box, and clicking the 'Apply' button, should find five records relating to the Amherst family.  You can also re-order the list by clicking on one of the three main column headings.  The 'Location Code' in the listings can be used to find the actual location by referring to the appropriate Diagram. An entry 'y' in the 'move' column indicates that remains were removed and re-buried in Area J.

An overall diagram of the Churchyard, and more detailed diagrams of specific Areas A to L, can be accessed via the following links:

Main Diagram   A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L

Please see the separate page about the two designated Commonwealth War Graves (identified as B2 and I29 on the Grave Locator plan), and a civilian grave (B4) for an entire family killed by a V2 rocket.

1 Abbott Jessie May B1
2 Adam K127
3 Akhurst K126
4 Akhurst Ellen Brittian,Ernest and Alice Jane I17
5 Allen Albert Murrell and Esther F30
6 Allen Edward Frank and Edward George A6
7 Allen Emmie J27
8 Allen Hugh and Helen E33
9 Allin Douglas K37
10 Allwork Mary Ann,James,Harriot A15 y