My father, uncle, aunts, grandfather and grandmother and various other
rellies are in Plascrug so I am pleased to see this resource on-line.
It has already added a few details to my records (including who
doesn't seem to be there!).
On 29/07/2011, at 6:43, Jennifer Cairns wrote:
By chance I came across this impressive site on line yesterday which
heard about before. I couldn't find any mention in the archives, so
might be useful.
Ceredigion own and maintain 5 cemeteries in Ceredigion, which are:-
Aberystwyth (Plascrug) - earliest recorded burials: 1860
Aberystwyth (Cefn Llan) - earliest recorded burials: 2006
New Quay - earliest recorded burials: 1925
Lledrod - earliest recorded burials: 1979
Cardigan - earliest recorded burials: 1876
Maps of cemeteries, aerial photographs, location maps
The page note says "Since the municipal cemeteries were opened in
1800's, burial records were traditionally kept in Burial Books with,
cases, an accompanying map of the layout of the cemetery. These
records have now been digitised along with new maps of the cemeteries"
You can search by name only, or dates only. If you find one name and
details it is possible to search for others in the same grave by
grave section and number etc etc.