I'm delighted to inform you that we've just added more burial records new to the Deceased Online website for Scotland's third city, Aberdeen. The key features are:
- A little under 33,000 burial records dating between January 1830 and November 1904 for St Peter's Churchyard in Aberdeen.
- We already have 105,000 burial records for this old Aberdeen churchyard (and later cemetery) so the total number of records available is now approximately 156,000. We estimate that there at least 10,000 more burial records for St Peter's and we hope to have these on Deceased Online soon.
- There are now nearly 232,000 burial records for Aberdeen City on Deceased Online
- The latest records comprise burial register scans and grave details.
- Within the next 2-3 months, we will be adding cemetery section maps for St Peter's which indicate the section of the cemetery where graves are located
NB: Please note that these records are due to be available on the Deceased Online website from approximately 14.00 on Friday 4th May.
(With thanks to Richard Gray)
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