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Matlock St Giles' Church Burials, 1668 - 1856
Matlock Parish Church was, for hundreds of years, the only burial place in the Matlocks

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  • Bernard Freeman of Manitoba, Canada worked on the burials for Matlock St Giles' that are presented on this website during 1999, with a few additions in 2001/2*. He completed the final section, the early burials from 1668 - 1692, during December 2004.

  • Whilst every effort has been made to be as accurate as possible, it is recognised that individual entries may be open to different interpretation. Please get in touch if your research does not agree with an entry published here as we would like to know.

Additional Entries : an extra section of names not included in the onsite records
Strays - Matlock people buried elsewhere

Memorial Inscriptions

Also see: About St Giles.

View even more about Matlock's oldest church by clicking on the images below:

Matlock Burials
1668-1680 1681-1698
1726-1735 1736-1751
1752-1776 1780-1791
1792-1801 1802-1812
1813-1824 1825-1835
1836-1846 1847-1856
Clerks Books, 1819, 1842
Additional Entries

Background info:
*The following films were used:
LDS #428924 (1662 -1812), LDS #498102 (1813 -1856)

The films may be viewed at LDS centres throughout the world and were filmed by the LDS Church from the Bishops Transcripts held at Staffordshire RO, England.
Bernie gave a copy of his work to the LDS Church in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

*Initially done for John Palmer's Wirksworth website, the information has subsequently been added to and is published here with Bernie's kind permission. Ann Andrews contributed amendments and additions to the original transcripts when they were first done, with further additions in 2010, 2011, 2015, 2016 and 2017 which have all been incorporated into the information on these pages. All information is held by Ann in a database of her own design but is presented here as close to Bernie's original work as possible.