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Prescot Cemetery burial register

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Hello All,

I know that Ned has been working on plotting the graves in St Mary's churchyard, but I was wondering if anyone knows how to go about accessing the burial register for the adjoining Prescot Cemetery? I have several ancestors buried there - buried in the 1920s, 1930s and 1960s - and I would like to copy the relevant pages from the burial register to add to my family history research file. I know where the ancestors are buried in the cemetery, but I would like details like the date of burial and section/grave numbers. 

I have just telephoned Huyton Library and was told that they don't have the burial registers on microfilm. Does anyone know where these registers are held - if indeed they exist at all?

Many thanks in advance for any help you are able to offer.

Best wishes,

Rob

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Not noticed this until now, new layout be damned, hope I've not missed you.

Try this, only a few listed yet though 

https://billiongraves.com/cemetery/Prescot-Cemetery--St-Marys-Churchyard/189264

If not 

Knowsley Bereavement Services retains records of all burials, graves and memorials currently within the borough’s cemeteries.

If you are carrying out a genealogy study or require information covering a large period of time a charge may be made.

Not sure if this is correct but try emailing to

 knowsley.bereavement.services@knowsley.gov.uk

Or phone 0151 443 5321 

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Find My Past now has Prescot Burial Register from 1921 to 2003.

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The records do not appear to be searchable

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Use the search tab on the top menu, search for parish records> parish burials> then ask for

no name, Prescot burials,  1920 and =/- 40 years

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